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EVERY DOG HAS ITS DAY: The city’s first fenced dog park opens to the public

The new fenced dog park at Acacia Avenue Reserve, North Lambton is now open! A first for the city, the park allows local pooches to roam about off-leash.

Lord Mayor Nuatali Nelmes said the new park was a premier facility for dog owners wanting their pets to enjoy time off-leash and socialising in a contained environment. 

“The dog park is encircled by a 1.5 metre-high chain-mesh fence and contains 452 metres of accessible pathway throughout,” the Lord Mayor said. 

“The park is now equipped with two shelters and tables, two dog bubblers and dog dispenser bags, ensuring comfort for dogs and their owners.  

“A unique and popular feature of the park is the dedicated areas for small and large dogs to enjoy. The 1.5 hectare fenced area is the ultimate space for pet owners to bring their dogs without the worry of them wandering off into traffic.” 

 The City of Newcastle has one of the highest rates of dog ownership in the State with more than 44,300 registered dogs calling the city home.  

The existing off-leash area at the reserve’s lower level will be retained providing an overflow from the fenced area. 

Written by Newcastle Live

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