Project update - 28 October 2022
Thank you for your feedback on this project. The consultation has closed.
As part of our commitment to providing quality parks and open spaces for the whole community, we’re planning to replace the existing dog park with an enclosed off-leash dog park at the corner of Goldsmith Avenue and Coleridge Drive in Delahey.
This location has been carefully selected as it has two street frontages, which is important for access and visibility.
About the concept plan
The concept has been designed to ensure the dog park is an attractive and inviting place for pets and their owners, with plenty of open space and better facilities. It includes:
- A larger run-about area with a separate space for small and shy dogs
- Natural rummaging areas
- Dog waste dispensers, bins
- All weather surfacing
- Drinking fountain
- New landscaping with tree plantings for biodiversity and more shade.
There are underground services in the parklands that limit the location of park infrastructure such as fencing, shelters and seating that are required for fenced off-leash dog parks.
We want to know what you think about the design. Does it have everything you and your dog need? Did we miss anything?
Draft concept plan
Does it have everything you and your dog need? Did we miss anything?