Kevin Flint Memorial Reserve will soon include an enclosed off-leash dog park as part of Council’s commitment to providing quality parks and open spaces for the whole community.

The Dog Park will provide an attractive and inviting place where the community are drawn together thanks to their love of dogs, contributing to community health and wellbeing. We have completed a draft concept design for the dog park and asking the community for their feedback.

The dog park will be fully fenced and include;

  • large run-about area
  • natural rummaging areas
  • dry creek and sand pit areas
  • separate area for old and shy dogs
  • drinking fountain with dog bowl
  • double gated entries, dog waste dispensers, bins and signage.

Other elements will include agility equipment, new pathways, seating, landscaping and tree plantings for biodiversity and shade.

Since 2008, Council has upgraded 111 parks and spent around $35 million transforming the park network through the continued implementation of Brimbank’s award winning Creating Better Parks Policy and Plan (2016). The Kevin Flint Memorial Reserve Dog Park, Cairnlea is supported by the Victorian Government through the Local Parks Program (DELWP). As part of funding agreement council is committed to complete the project by August 2021.


The consultation period has closed. Thank you for providing your feedback on this project. We are now reviewing all feedback and look forward to sharing the outcomes with you.

Explore our draft concept plan

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Kevin Flint Memorial Reserve Enclosed Dog Off-leash Park Concept Plan
Play Equipment - Tunnel
Play Equipment - Hoops
Play Equipment - Stepper
Play Equipment - Weave Post
Drinking Fountain
Double Gated Entry
Granitic Path
Boulders as Space Breaker
Sand Pit / Digging Area
Dry Creek Area
Sensory Element - Log
Sensory Elements - Rock
Granitic Circular Path
Granitic Path
Granitic Path
Double Gated Entry
Double Gated Entry
Drinking Fountain
Boulders as Space Breaker
Boulders as Space Breaker
Sand Pit / Digging Area
Dry Creek Area
Sensory Element - Log
Sensory Elements - Rock