Dogs in Open Space Strategy

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Balancing the open space needs of dog owners and the general community is important.

That’s why we’re testing proposed changes to some of our dog off-leash areas with the community. New dog off-leash areas are also proposed, as well as the potential relocation of two dog off-leash spaces. See our discussion paper for a full overview.

Whether you own a dog or not, you are invited to participate. Your feedback will shape our Dogs in Open Space Strategy to ensure that our public open spaces can be enjoyed by everyone.

How to give feedback

Click on the map below to see the proposed dog off-leash changes, relocations and potential new additions.

Provide your feedback via our online survey.

You can also attend a drop-in session and speak with Council staff.

Feedback closes 22 August 2022.


Balancing the open space needs of dog owners and the general community is important.

That’s why we’re testing proposed changes to some of our dog off-leash areas with the community. New dog off-leash areas are also proposed, as well as the potential relocation of two dog off-leash spaces. See our discussion paper for a full overview.

Whether you own a dog or not, you are invited to participate. Your feedback will shape our Dogs in Open Space Strategy to ensure that our public open spaces can be enjoyed by everyone.

How to give feedback

Click on the map below to see the proposed dog off-leash changes, relocations and potential new additions.

Provide your feedback via our online survey.

You can also attend a drop-in session and speak with Council staff.

Feedback closes 22 August 2022.


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Map of proposed changes and additions for off-leash areas

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You're encouraged to share your feedback via our online survey by August 2022.

Page last updated: 03 Aug 2022, 08:31 AM