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Dog Park at Clonlea Reserve

The Town of Gawler is embarking on an exciting new initiative with the construction of Gawler’s first Dog Park at Clonlea Reserve.
Consultation Dates:
Opens 07 Feb 2018 — Closes 18 Mar 2018
Consultation closed.

Overview

The Town of Gawler is embarking on an exciting new initiative with the development of Gawler's first Dog Park at Clonlea Reserve.

You can view the Dog Park Concept Plan for the proposed dog park below. Council welcomes any feedback regarding the proposed plan.

You can make an online submission or ask a question via the tabs below. Alternatively, written submissions can be sent to: Team Leader Environment and Regulatory Services, Town of Gawler, PO Box 130, Gawler SA 5118.

Hard copies of the concept plan are available at the Council Customer Service points and the Library. For further information please contact: Jack Darzanos, Team Leader Environment and Regulatory Services on 8522 9211 or council@gawler.sa.gov.au

Consultation closes 5pm on 18 March 2018.

Hi Martin,as this is still in consultation phase any proposed time shared use has not been determined as yet.
Hi Caitlin, Thank you for your questions. 1. In line with most dog parks throughout South Australia, "policing" would normally occur in part by the people that use the facility. Council is also seeking to support and encourage a "Friends of the Dog Park Group". We would love to see dog owners come together and help coordinate the dog park with Council. 2. The dog park will be separated into two areas one for small and one for large dogs. If you are unsure what breed your dog is or if you are unsure if your dog is a small or a large dog please ask your vet when you next visit or call council. We can advise based on your breed of dog. 3. Council suggests that your dog is unwell it is not taken to a dog park. If your dog happens to be on heat we suggest that you refrain from using the dog park. This could prevent unwarranted attention from other dogs and their owners. 4. The maintenance of the dog park is most likely to be maintained by Council's horticulture team. 5. At this stage the park will not be available for use by trainers.