Banksia Park

Templestowe Rd Bulleen VIC 3105

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The open space, playgrounds and picnic areas of Banksia Park make it a popular location with visitors of all ages. The park is open every day from 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM. Hours are exended to 8:00 PM during daylight saving. Dogs must be on a leash at all times in Banksia Park.

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For additional information please visit the Parks Victoria website.

Note: While Doggo aims to provide the most up-to-date information, councils and/or park authorities may change their regulations regarding dog exercise areas at any time. We suggest checking with the relevant park management for the latest information.

Last Updated: January 11, 2009 - Does this listing need updating? Let us know


  1. Doug McNaughton
    Doug McNaughton

    Dogs must be on a leash at all times in Banksia Park EXCEPT in the totally enclosed dog off-leash area (Taps & waterbowls provided).

  2. Brian Durrant
    Brian Durrant

    Excellent facility, my dog had a great time , plenty of space to run

  3. Maureen Greene
    Maureen Greene

    What an awesome off lead area for dogs !!! Took my gorgeous Mr Darcy today – lots of room to run, lots of things to sniff and plenty of furry friends to play with – he has had a ball. We will definitely be regulars ….

  4. JS

    One of the nicest dog parks I’ve been to… Is a bit of a drive from where I live but I’d go again as there is plenty of room for my dog to run & explore, & a nice area for me to be in too! And after his run there are gorgeous grounds & walks where we can then walk with him on a lead… Highly recommend!

  5. john

    What are the rules for this enclosed
    off lead dog park

  6. Andy

    I loved taking my dogs to Banksia Park. It was a great place for my leggy dogs to get a good run in. Recently however, there has been an upsurge of people bringing their kids on bikes inside the off leash dog area. My dogs are still learning to break their habit of chasing which is why I do not let them off the lead when there are cyclists or kids around. This is because I don’t want my dogs frightening or accidentally knocking kids over. Why can’t parents teach their kids to ride their bikes in the kilometres of safe, quiet bike paths throughout the rest of the park?


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