Enclosed Dog Park

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With nearly 15,000 dogs registered in the City of Mandurah, responsible dog ownership is so important for our community.

An enclosed park will help to contribute to happier, healthier, better socialised dogs, and create a community space for dog owners to socialise.

Did you know that responsible dog off-lead exercise is already allowed within designated areas including over 17kms of coastline and 26 reserves throughout Mandurah?

In addition to these off-lead areas, the proposed park will provide an alternative environment to cater for dogs of all sizes and their owners, where dogs can play off lead with owner supervision.

Enclosed dog parks are particularly beneficial for those who may find it difficult to exercise their dog by walking extended distances.

We know a lot of our community want an enclosed dog park and the construction of the park will be considered in future budgets and subject to Council approval.

So where should Mandurah’s enclosed dog park go?

Eight potential sites have been identified:

  • Acheron Road, San Remo (R42764)
  • 34-38 Karinga Road, San Remo
  • Leslie Street, Dudley Park (R40075)
  • Melaleuca Terrace, Halls Head (R42306)
  • Mary Street, Halls Head (R41925)
  • Fairbridge Road, Halls Head (R21231)
  • Steerforth Avenue, Coodanup (R42173)
  • Cambridge Drive, Greenfields (R43799)

The potential sites are being considered as they are large enough to include an enclosed dog park, easy to access, are City-owned or managed reserves and, in most cases, are areas dog owners are currently using.

UPDATE: 10 May 2019 - the survey has now closed

Thank you to everyone who participated in the consultation phase.
The survey has now closed and the feedback has been reviewed.

UPDATE: 21 November 2019 - Council consideration

The feedback has been reviewed and a report will be considered by Council on November 26. This report includes the community engagement outcomes, feedback review, recommended location and proposed next steps.

With nearly 15,000 dogs registered in the City of Mandurah, responsible dog ownership is so important for our community.

An enclosed park will help to contribute to happier, healthier, better socialised dogs, and create a community space for dog owners to socialise.

Did you know that responsible dog off-lead exercise is already allowed within designated areas including over 17kms of coastline and 26 reserves throughout Mandurah?

In addition to these off-lead areas, the proposed park will provide an alternative environment to cater for dogs of all sizes and their owners, where dogs can play off lead with owner supervision.

Enclosed dog parks are particularly beneficial for those who may find it difficult to exercise their dog by walking extended distances.

We know a lot of our community want an enclosed dog park and the construction of the park will be considered in future budgets and subject to Council approval.

So where should Mandurah’s enclosed dog park go?

Eight potential sites have been identified:

  • Acheron Road, San Remo (R42764)
  • 34-38 Karinga Road, San Remo
  • Leslie Street, Dudley Park (R40075)
  • Melaleuca Terrace, Halls Head (R42306)
  • Mary Street, Halls Head (R41925)
  • Fairbridge Road, Halls Head (R21231)
  • Steerforth Avenue, Coodanup (R42173)
  • Cambridge Drive, Greenfields (R43799)

The potential sites are being considered as they are large enough to include an enclosed dog park, easy to access, are City-owned or managed reserves and, in most cases, are areas dog owners are currently using.

UPDATE: 10 May 2019 - the survey has now closed

Thank you to everyone who participated in the consultation phase.
The survey has now closed and the feedback has been reviewed.

UPDATE: 21 November 2019 - Council consideration

The feedback has been reviewed and a report will be considered by Council on November 26. This report includes the community engagement outcomes, feedback review, recommended location and proposed next steps.

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Where is your enclosed dog park choice?

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Use the 'Add pin' option to drag a pin to one of the eight potential sites shown on the map. The pin will represent your enclosed dog park preference.

You will be able to move the pin after an initial placement, but you cannot have more than one pin.

You can use your mousewheel or the +/- to zoom in and view the areas in more detail.

Use the 'Add pin' option to drag a pin to one of the eight potential sites shown on the map. The pin will represent your enclosed dog park preference.

You will be able to move the pin after an initial placement, but you cannot have more than one pin.

You can use your mousewheel or the +/- to zoom in and view the areas in more detail.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded