Iluka Reserve off-lead dog area improvements


Kingston Council is continuing its investment in local parks and is seeking to improve the off-lead dog area in Iluka Reserve. Council is seeking community feedback on a proposal to fence-off the existing off-lead area to provide greater separation between off-lead dogs and other park users.

What is proposed?
Council is proposing to install a fence on the southern side of the pathway in Iluka Reserve to separate the off-lead dog area from other park users. The dotted green line indicates the location of the proposed fence. Note – the existing dog off-lead area currently crosses the pathway (indicated by the orange dotted line), this area would no longer be included in the off-lead area.



Have your say:

Please fill out the short survey below to share your views on the proposal.


Kingston Council is continuing its investment in local parks and is seeking to improve the off-lead dog area in Iluka Reserve. Council is seeking community feedback on a proposal to fence-off the existing off-lead area to provide greater separation between off-lead dogs and other park users.

What is proposed?
Council is proposing to install a fence on the southern side of the pathway in Iluka Reserve to separate the off-lead dog area from other park users. The dotted green line indicates the location of the proposed fence. Note – the existing dog off-lead area currently crosses the pathway (indicated by the orange dotted line), this area would no longer be included in the off-lead area.



Have your say:

Please fill out the short survey below to share your views on the proposal.