Off leash areas

Your dog may run off the leash in designated off leash areas in selected reserves around the city, but it must still be under your control (e.g. obey voice commands).

All areas are signposted to designate the off leash area within a reserve. Dogs declared as dangerous or restricted breed type dogs are prohibited from off leash areas.

Enjoy our off leash areas:  

  • Bungarribee Creek Reserve - Andrew Lloyd Drive, Blacktown

  • Alwyn Lindfield Reserve - Glenwood Park Drive, Glenwood (fenced)

  • Endeavour Park, Sporing Avenue, Kings Langley (fenced)

  • Faulkland Crescent Reserve - Faulkland Crescent, Kings Park (fenced)

  • Wheeler Park - between Wheeler Street and Leichhardt Street, Lalor Park (fenced)

  • Everton Park - Cobbler Crescent, Minchinbury

  • Reserve 644 - between Bungalow Road and Woodstock Avenue, Plumpton

  • Sherwood Park - corner Hambledon Road and Quakers Hill Parkway, Quakers Hill

  • Elara Boulevard, Marsden Park (fenced)

  • Ridgeview Reserve - Oleander Crescent, Riverstone (fenced)

  • May Cowpe Reserve - Francis Road, Rooty Hill

  • Gilroy and Cawley Streets, Ropes Crossing (fenced)

  • Orana Park - Orana Avenue, Seven Hills (fenced)

  • Reserve 794 - corner Stanhope Parkway and Sunnyholt Road, Stanhope Gardens

  • Tregear Reserve - Wilkes Crescent, Tregear.

 It is required by law that dog droppings must be removed and disposed of correctly.

There is also a fenced off leash area at Bungarribee Park, Doonside Road, Doonside, operated by the Western Sydney Parklands Trust.