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Leash-Free Areas in the Wingecarribee Shire

Leash free areas

Council provides three leash-free parks to enable your dog to run freely off the lead.


Rules


The following rules applying to leash-free areas.


  • Dogs are to be under effective control by a competent person at all times. Ensure that when your dog is off lead it is not a nuisance or a threat to other dogs or park users.
  • Children should be accompanied by an adult.
  • Dog faeces must be collected immediately and disposed of in a proper manner.
  • Female dogs on heat should be left at home.
  • Dog owners need to be aware that the parks are to be shared and enjoyed with other persons and dogs.
  • No more than four dogs should be under the control of any one person at any time.

  • All dogs apart from genuine assistance dogs are not allowed within 10 metres of a children's play area.


Overview Map of Dog off Leash Areas



Bowral


Centennial Park, Centennial Road, Bowral (fenced)


Centennial Park, Bowral


Bundanoon


Jordan's Crossing, Bundanoon (un-fenced)


Jordan's Crossing off-leash area, Bundanoon


Mittagong


Alexandra Square, Edward Street, Mittagong (fenced)

Alexandra Square, Mittagong


Moss Vale


Seymour Park, Spencer Street, Moss Vale (fenced)

Seymour Park, Moss Vale

Moss Vale Dog Park


Masterplan for Seymour Park


Moss Vale's well-loved Seymour Park is the focus of a new Masterplan and input from the community is being sought to finalise the plan as well as gather support for grant applications.


Seymour Park is a popular location for picnics, off-leash dog fun and other recreational pursuits but its playground is 23 years old! Set on over 5 hectares on the corner of Spencer and Lovelle Streets in Moss Vale, many residents travel across the Shire to enjoy its established trees and expansive spaces.


The Masterplan outlines a number of staged improvements including formalisation of the existing car parking area, two accessible parking spaces, a new playground, nature play area, picnic tables, new amenities building with one accessible and one ambulant cubicle, the removal of the existing playground, demolition of existing amenities block and expansion of the off-leash dog area.


Visit www.yoursaywingecarribee.com.au/parks to learn more about the proposal, share feedback and lend your support by 9am, Tuesday 28 January 2020.


Last Updated: December 10th, 2019
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