Dog Exercise Areas

The Town of Mosman Park Dog Exercise Areas are listed below:

Minim Cove Park

The parklands and foreshore area only from the walkway starting at Downey Drive to the City of Fremantle boundary at Edwards Parade Roundabout.

Genders Park

The park area bordered by Beagle Street, McCabe Street, Briggs Street and Glenn Avenue.

Bayview Park

The park area bordered by Chine Place, Bayview Terrace and the southern boundary of the Mosman Park Bowling Club.

Dogs must be restrained on a leash in Jabe Dodd Park at all times. Please refer to map.

Mosman Beach

Dogs must be restrained on a leash whilst in carparks or on walkways.

EG Smith Field

The park area bordered by Wellington Street, Owston Street and Mosman Park Golf Club.

Stringfellow Park

The park area bordered by Read Avenue and Hayes Terrace.

Rope Works Park

The park area bordered by The Rope Walk and Kinnear Ramble.

Davis Oval

The park area bordered by Lochee Street, Hope Street, Solomon Street, the Mosman Park Pre-Primary School and Nash Field.

Memorial Park

The park area borderd by Palmerston Street, Memorial Drive, Bayview Terrace and Iona Presentation College.

 

Dogs are PROHIBITED in these areas:

Chidley Point Reserve
Jabe Dodd Park
The park areas bordered by Johnston Street, Johnson Parade and the southern boundary of the Mosman Park Bowling Club including the Mosman Bay Foreshore area
A theatre, picture garden or recreational hall
A house of worship
Any shop (excluding a pet shop or veterinary clinic)
A construction, building or demolition site
 

Dog Exercise Area Maps

Dog exercise areas are clearly marked on the 'Community Map' which is available from the Council offices (charges apply) or download one for free here.

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