Princess Park
Princess Park

The dog park was identified as an action in the Princess Park Future Directions Plan, adopted by Council in February 2019. In line with the Future Directions Plan for Princess Park, the new off-leash dog park will be located in the bushland north of the Shepparton Runners Club building.

Centrally located in Shepparton, the dog park will provide a safe and enjoyable space for people to get active with their dogs in a beautiful bush setting.

The dog park will be separated into two sections being: large dog and small dog areas. The large dog area provides a total available space of 3,413m2 whilst the small dog area provides a total available space of 1,652m2.

What facilities will be available at the dog park?

The works associated with the Princess Park off-leash dog park will include:

  • 1.8m high perimeter fencing and gates
  • Dual gated entrance with solar lighting
  • Concrete path to a central shade structure with park furniture seating
  • Dog waste bin
  • Water fountain with dog bowl
  • Dog agility equipment
  • Irrigation of select area

For further information please contact the Project Management Office, Greater Shepparton City Council on 5832 9700 or email projects@shepparton.vic.gov.au


The Princess Park Off-Leash Dog Park is supported by the Victorian Government through the Building Works package.

 

  • December 2020Council will commence minor plumbing works for water connections. Community Consultation Event.
  • January 2021 Remaining scope of work to be delivered.
  • June 2021 Construction due for completion this financial year.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where will the off leash dog park be located at Princess Park?

The Princess Park Dog Park is located at Princess Park at the west end of Nixon Street in bushland north of the Runners Club building.

Why was Princess Park chosen as a location?

The dog park was identified as an action in the Princess Park Future Directions Plan, adopted by Council in February 2019. Centrally located in Shepparton, the dog park will provide a safe and enjoyable space for people to get active with their dogs in a natural bush setting.

How big will the dog park be?

The dog park will be divided into two sections - large dog and small dog areas. The large dog area provides a total available space of 3,413m2 whilst the small dog area provides a total available space of 1,652m2.

What facilities will be available at the dog park?

Princess Park off-leash dog park will include:

  • 1.8m high perimeter fencing and gates
  • Dual gated entrance with solar lighting
  • Concrete path to a central shade structure with park furniture seating
  • Dog waste bin
  • Water fountain with dog bowl
  • Dog agility equipment
  • Irrigation

What parking will be available?

A DDA parking bay will be located adjacent the front entrance of the dog park. The DDA parking bay will have a concrete path to the dog park entrance for accessibility.

Who will maintain the dog park?

The dog park will be regularly maintained by the Parks, Sport and Recreation Department as part of the scheduled maintenance for parks and gardens.

When will the works begin?

Council will commence minor plumbing works for water connections from December 2020 with the remaining scope of work to be delivered from January 2021. The works will be completed this financial year.

If I have a question or concern, who do I contact?

For further information please contact the Project Management Office, Greater Shepparton City Council on 5832 9700 or email projects@shepparton.vic.gov.au