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Another Dog Off-leash Park Opens in Werribee

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Werribee's Newest Canine Haven Welcomes Dogs and Owners with Exciting Amenities

In Werribee, dogs and their owners have a new park they can call their own, Levittown Rise Dog Off-leash Park (formerly Bulban Road). The dog park, which can be accessed via Levittown Rise, features two separate fenced areas with large open lawns and various play zones for dogs to exercise and have fun, as well as trees, soft landscaping, seating, drink fountains, and circuit paths.

Wyndham City’s Climate Futures and Environment Portfolio holder Cr Robert Szatkowski said the park provides a large open space for dogs to play, exercise and socialise. “The Levittown Rise Dog Off-leash Park gives Werribee dog owners more choice when taking their beloved pooches out to play,” Cr Szatkowski said. “A further five dog off-leash parks are either under construction or in planning across Wyndham in line with the Wyndham Dog Off-Leash Plan 2022 and Wyndham’s Open Space Strategy, both of which strive to provide accessible and well-connected open spaces for families and their pets.”

Werribee Dog Park

“There are currently 21,030 registered dogs across Wyndham, with Werribee, Point Cook and Hoppers Crossing the suburbs with the highest ownership of dogs within our City.”
“New spaces like the Levittown Rise Dog Off-leash Park add to the existing 21 dog off-leash areas located across Wyndham and provide tailored spaces for the various breeds of dogs that call our City home.”
This project has been jointly funded by Wyndham City and the Victorian Government’s Suburban Parks Program.
To find out more about Wyndham City’s off-leash areas, visit www.wyndham.vic.gov.au/services/pets-animals/caring-your-pets/dog-lead-areas.

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