Off-Leash Dog Parks

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Designated off-leash or free run areas are located at the following reserves:

In all other parks and public places dogs must be on-leash at all times.

Coming Soon: New Dog Off-leash Areas

Colbarra Place Reserve in West Pennant Hills and Indwarra Avenue Reserve in North Kellyville have recently been selected as new dog off-leash areas. 

The design of the off-leash area is in the process of being completed, which will enable the project to be included in the 2022/23 Capital Works Program, or to potentially be funded earlier through government grant programs that may become available during the current financial year.

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Some free run areas may have time restrictions in place to protect the amenity of adjoining residences.

All dogs within a designated off-leash area must be supervised.

This person MUST:

  • Be a competent person over 16 years of age
  • Be able to control the dog/s by voice command
  • Remove and dispose of all dog waste
  • Have no more than four dogs under their control
  • Not allow restricted breeds or dogs declared as dangerous to use off-leash areas


Under the terms of the Companion Animals Act (s14) the following public places are prohibited for dogs off OR on-leash:

  • Within 10 metres of children's playground equipment
  • Within 10 metres of food preparation areas such as public barbeques and kiosks
  • Active recreation areas such as sports fields, ovals and courts (during the playing of organised sport)
  • Public bathing areas
  • School grounds unless with the permission of the principal
  • Child care centres unless with the permission of the director
  • Shopping areas unless with permission

Council has also resolved to monitor the presence of dogs in bushland reserves and report any affects upon biodiversity.