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Unleash the Excitement: New Dog Off-Leash Park Coming to Williams Landing!

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Wyndham City has awarded the construction contract for the new Williams Landing dog off-leash park, with work set to begin in the coming weeks. The park will be located within Williams Landing Boulevard Reserve and will feature a fenced-off dog off-leash area with three distinct zones. These zones will include a large lawn area for dogs to run around, an activity space equipped with agility equipment, and a quiet area suitable for smaller and older dogs.

In addition to the off-leash areas, the park will offer amenities such as a drinking fountain, seating, a dog litter bag dispenser, and waste bins. The construction of the Williams Landing dog off-leash park is part of the Wyndham Dog Off-Leash Plan 2022 and Wyndham’s Open Space Strategy, which aim to provide accessible and well-connected open spaces for families and their pets.

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According to Cr Robert Szatkowski, Wyndham City’s Climate Futures and Environment Portfolio holder, the Williams Landing park is one of five projects currently being constructed or planned across Wyndham. The Bulban Road dog off-leash park in Werribee is already well underway and expected to open to the public in the coming months. Furthermore, plans are in motion for new dog off-leash parks at The Strand Park in Point Cook, Cambridge Reserve in Hoppers Crossing, and Alcock Road Reserve in Truganina. These initiatives will contribute to the existing 18 dog off-leash areas in Wyndham, bringing the city closer to its goal of establishing a network of off-leash parks within walking distance for most residents.

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