Bungarribee Park

Doonside Rd Doonside NSW 2767

Facilities
  • Water
  • Bins
  • Fenced
  • Seating

Western Sydney Parklands has now opened a dog off-leash area at Bungarribee Park, Doonside Road, Doonside.

Entrance to Bungarribee Park and the dog off-leash area is 200 metres north of the traffic lights at the intersection of Holbeche Road and Doonside Road.

Doggo user Sasha has provided the following information about this park:

Football sized fenced off area for the dogs to run around. A couple of seats for people to sit on. There is also a tap with a perminent drinking bowl.

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For additional information please visit the Western Sydney Parklands 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: March 21, 2014 - Does this listing need updating? Let us know

44 Comments

  1. Cara
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    Went there today for a lunch time walk-et with Mum. It was a tad warm so was very grateful of the drinking fountain, although I was a bit high off the ground for doglets such as myself. The area is concreted, so no worries about mud.

    There wasn’t any shade, so no sticks to play with, but I did find three of four old tennis balls lying around, which will be handy to remember if we’re ever without throwing objects.

    While it was dry today, I would imagine this park gets very muddy when the weather is inclement. There were several patches of soft ground with clear doggie foot prints moulded into it. Gumboots and raincoats required on wet days.

    The grass was patchy and long, great for long legged puppies. I’ll be looking for them to put the mower over it soon, as much longer and I won’t be able to see over the seed buds.

    We didn’t stumble upon any ‘left overs’, so it appears the other bipeds are very good at clearing up after the kids.

    Car parking, benches and water are supplied for the bipeds, and if you’re feeling like a gentle trot instead of a mad run, you can go into the park as long as you stay on-leash.

    My Mum took some pictures (I was too busy sniffing and enjoying myself), I’ve posted them in an open album on Facebook (http://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.173320679431045.38313.100002593433229&type=3).

    Overall, I’d give this park **** out of 5 (purely because of lack of shade).

    Stay furry!

    Cara

    30/11/11

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  2. Bellacks
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    It has shade now. I love this dog park!

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  3. Clare
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    The inaugural Woof Fest will be held at Bungaribee Park, Doonside, on Sunday, March 4 2012. The free event will include competitions for dogs, face painting for dogs and their owners, agility demonstrations, obedience displays, stalls filled with canine products, mobile dog grooming services, a sausage sizzle and an ice cream van.

    More details are available at http://blacktown-advocate.whereilive.com.au/news/story/doonside-it-will-be-a-dogs-day-at-bungaribee-park/

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    1. vic
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      is this event going to be held again in 2013 ?

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  4. Joseph Magno
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    This dog park is awesome but they have to have a separate area for small dogs. I took my dog there once and freakin big dogs tried to attack my dog. Some of the big dog owners don’t care and they just watch my dog get attack. Bloody idiots Council please have a small area for small dogs. You have a huge dog park

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  5. Joseph Magno
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    Blacktonw council can afford to have a small fenced area for small dogs. Before someone gets hurt

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  6. Clare
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    i love this dog park, if only there was a nice cafe next to it and Blacktown would be rockin the vide of inner city pooch friendly culture.

    Some uneducated dog users still don’t know dog park etiquette yet (yes, you have to pooper scoop!) so a witty dog park etiquette sign placed in a few places would go down well.

    I appreciate the new sun shelters too, thanks for that guys.

    Over all a really great dog park with lots of room. And paths to take leashed walks.

    This reserve also connects to the western Sydney bike ways and if you adventure far enough you meet. Up on the track. Me and my pooch just love adventuring in this park. But snakes are around so have your wits about you, wear long trousers, sturdy foot wear and don’t wade into deep grass.

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  7. Julie
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    I am a regular user of this dog park and it’s a great facility. The trees are starting to grow nicely so there will be more shade soon but there are 2 covered areas with seats as well as other seats around.

    My biggest problem with this park is the amount of people that don’t pick up after their dogs. If I see this happen I offer them a baggie to take care of it.

    I contacted the council recently but they don’t actually look after it, and suggested they need more bins with signs reminding people to pick up and I think another water fountain at the other end would be handy.
    Great place though.

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  8. Brendan
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    Great off leash park – our little ones loved their first visit to a big city style park (country bumpkins from the Southern Highlands – wish we had parks like this.

    Owners we witnessed picked up after their pooches – and the bigger dog owners were courteous enough to let us know if their dogs were not good with little ones.

    Would recommend this park to any dog lover

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  9. natalie
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    we r regulars at this park and absolutely love it. but id really love if the council could put in a female toilet and some agility thing for the dogs would be great to….
    over all very happy and would highly recommend

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  10. Sharon Jackson
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    We love this park and use it regularly – great to see the trees growing and more work being done to improve it – we will also be going to the next Woof-fest which I believe will be in March 2013. A small problem is the poop bins. The Parklands were great for the first year or so and there were always poobags available but it has steadily dropped off and 4 times out of 5 there are no bags there anymore. I pretty much carry my own bags most times but I have had to walk back to the car to get them several times. When there are no bags I notice owners are much less conscientious about pooper scoopering and there are far more piles than normally. There are some great ideas about signage in the comments above as well. Thanks

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  11. Dog owner
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    Lot’s of dogs here.

    A lot of friendly dog owners who do supervise their dogs play.

    Fence is about 1m, but my 4 month old Husky hasn’t even thought about jumping it.

    Will visit again.

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  12. michael
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    brilliant park love taking the dog. my problem is people that make their dogs not run like maniacs. we were young and dumb once and used to have a load of fun. all dogs want to do is wrestle and play. some owners dog try to dominate which is wrong the other dogs are to soft and scared. when my staffy is there i push him to wrestke with other staffies or bigger dogs so the other people dont whinge. the look at staffies as dangerous and be careful because mine might lick you to death

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    1. Diana and Koda
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      when we were at the park today, there were a couple of staffies and they were the most gorgeous dogs. very playful and good natured. i’m glad Koda and I got to meet them. As for dogs running like maniacs………..isn’t that what that park is for.

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  13. Diana and Koda
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    I;ve been to the Bungarribee Park twice now and I think it is great. the first time there were about 30-40 dogs and the second time about a dozen so I had plenty of play mates. I was lucky to be rescued and i have not had any dog socialising previously but found all the other dogs and puppies to be very friendly at the park and I had a great time. The park is big enough for all of us dogs to have a good run. The water was plentiful. and there is a good shaded area with seats. When the trees that have been planted grow, it will be even better. I really hope I get to go back.
    woof woof
    koda

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  14. Ally
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    Visited this dog park recently, if your dog likes to mingle then this is the spot! I’ve only been going there on weekends so not sure about how much dogs there are on weekdays. Overall it’s a nice park catering the basic needs of a dog park (water/shade/seating area/fenced area).

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  15. sharon brunetti
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    we love the dog park and have been taking our 10 year old little girl and our 9 month old rotti cross there.
    they both are very friendly but just yesterday afternoon some one took there staffy there for the first time. our boy was playing with the dogs and we were sitting on a seat and our little girl was underneath having some time out. our boy came over with some other dogs including the staffy who was trying to get to our girl under the seat. it all happened sooo fast before we knew it the staffy had our girl by the neck…
    i don’t know how willie did it but he prised the dogs jaw open thank god. she is not physically hurt which is a miracle but in great shock!! she LOVED the park, big dogs and small dogs, what do we do now???

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    1. Deb
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      Sorry to hear about your little girl and hope she is okay BUT it is a dog park and not a kid park and a lot of us dog owners that are there EVERY week believe that kids should not be allowed as your dog/s might be used to your kids but when kids run I have seen dogs knock them over and then the parents have a go at the owner of the dog which is WRONG – we aren’t allowed to be within 15-20 metres of kids play areas so kids shouldn’t be allowed in dog parks

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    2. Deb
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      I go to this dog park every weekend and have had no problems as all dogs are friendly and the people are wonderful, however we all tend to agree that kids SHOULD NOT BE ALLOWED IN DOG PARKS ESPECIALLY WITH TOYS OR STROLLERS AS IT’S A DOGPARK NOT A KIDS PARK !!!

      It might be alright for people that have kids with their OWN dogs but dogs that have never been around kids which is a lot of them – they see a kid running pushing toys or throwing things and so the dogs chase them and when they get knocked over the parents abuse the dog owners

      Dogs are not allowed near kids playgrounds so kids shouldn’t be allowed in dog parks

      I have been to the Jamieson Park dog park and this guy said to me “hey lady can you take your dog away as my son doesn’t like your dog” so he got a gob full from me and I actually had people come up to me to thank me for telling him off as they have wanted to say something to him for ages

      So if you take kids to off leash dog parks just be prepared for your kid to be knocked over or possibly even bitten

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  16. Anne
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    Had a very enjoyable time this afternoon, my humans took me for the first time and I was a little scared, but after a few dogs came up to say hello, we ran off and had a great time.

    Will definitely go back again with my “mum” who we left at home :( she’ll love it and I can show her around the water fountains, the shelter shade that my human mum sat under and how the grass goes on forever, lots of room to run and play

    There were quite a few dogs there today coming and going so we might go on a weekday but we’re definitely going again!

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  17. Lisa
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    we had the same problem sharon brunette

    some people go to dog parks with unsocialised dogs or dogs they don’t know how to control and makes it hard for others..

    my dogs have been attacked at this dog park..and now I have a dog who is anxious and costing me a fortune to try and fix the damage that has been done..

    I wont go to offleash areas any more…well I cant as my dog is anxious and bites now before he gets bitten…but also as some people have no idea what temprement their dog has :(

    good luck

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  18. Kelly
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    I have only been to this dog park once, I don’t like that there is hardly any shade..I know tree’s take time to grow but there is only trees along the fences…none in the center of the very BIG park.
    Also with such a massive park maybe the council could put in some things for the dogs to do in there…for e.g Tunnel’s, Jumps etc.
    I did notice when we went there that hardly anyone was picking up after their dogs.
    I think a toilet would be good but then it would just be another thing the council would have to look after, Also in that area you could possibly get snakes in there.
    I think a playground for kids would be great just outside the dog park, We have the same problem when we go to our fave off leash dog park (Jamison Dog Park) the kids get bored, So something for them to do while the dogs are playing would be great. I don’t know why the council hasn’t thought of that.

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    1. Deb
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      It is a dog park !! not a kids park – a lot of dog owners are getting sick of kids coming in running around and some with food and push toys !! and when the dogs see them and start chasing them the kids scream which makes it worst and makes the dogs get excited and knock them over and to make it worst then the parents have a go at the dog owners – just so wrong !! as there isn’t many off leash dog parks around for the dogs to run free like they do but there is heaps of kids park which dogs are not allowed within 15-20 metres of – so leave the kids at home

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    2. Deb
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      It is a dogpark not a KID PARK !!! leave the kids AT HOME !! as a lot of dogs aren’t used to being around kids so when they start running the dogs chase them knock them down and the parents have a go at the dog owner – dogs aren’t allowed near kids park – so kids shouldn’t be allowed in dog parks !!!!

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  19. scrappy doo
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    Have had no problems at this dog park, people are generally friendly and majority of dogs there are playfull and not aggressive in any way, have seen all types of breeds here from big to small, stocky to thin they all get on well tried a few different dog parks in western Sydney keep coming back to bungaribee but have found a dog park in castle hill to be decent where it has been divided for big dogs and small dogs

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  20. West Syd Parklands
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    Hi all,

    Western Sydney Parklands Trust is hosting its third festival for dogs and their humans called Woof-fest at Bungarribee.

    DATE: Sunday 9 March 2014
    TIME: 9 am to 1 pm
    PLACE: Bungarribee Park, Doonside Road, Doonside
    (nearest cross street is Holbeche Road)

    Entry to Woof-fest is FREE for dogs and their humans. Parking is available on site.

    There will be a whole kennel full of doggy activities and attractions, including:
    Celebrity Dog act Loretta & Jackson, finalists on Australia’s Got Talent
    Huge doggy shaped jumping castle
    Dog Caricature Artist
    Celebrity Vet
    Roving Balloon Twister (shaping lots of cute canine characters)
    Dog Competitions
    Face painting for dogs and their humans
    Dog agility demonstrations
    Dog obedience displays
    Stalls with doggy products
    Mobile dog wash/groomer
    Sausage sizzles
    Food & ice cream vans
    Coffee/cake carts
    Doggy give-aways!

    So don’t spend another Sunday thinking up ways to annoy the cat – have a Dog Day Out West and bring your humans to Woof-fest, you’d be barking mad if you missed this one! 😉

    Check out the website or like us on facebook to keep up to date: http://www.facebook.com/westernsydneypark

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  21. Dianne Walsh
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    I took my rescue grayhound Harry to the off leash dog park yesterday and I was very nervous. Our boy hasn’t been off leash before and I wasn’t sure how he’d handle it but I want him to have as many different experiences as possible. No need for nerves the other dogs, Angel and Belle and owners were very friendly and after the dogs gave each other an introductory sniff they were off and running. Harry is still muzzled when out until he becomes a “greenhound” and that puts him at a disadvantage if any dogs become nasty and target him so I will be very wary. The park is great, sheltered, well fenced and gated and the grass is short. Fresh cool water is available too and if the pet owners are considerate of the other dogs and owners it will continue to be a wonderful facility for the people of Blacktown. Thank you Blacktown council.

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  22. Colleen Lynch
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    We love taking our 2 Great Danes here. Nice big park, shaded seating & fresh water. Lots of friendly owners & dogs, we generally go in the morning on weekends & have made some fast friends. I do wish there was “big” & “small” dog areas as some ppl with smaller dogs get nervous when their dogs play with our Danes (although they love the little friends they make.
    We did have one negative experience today, as we were taking our leashed dogs into the park (a lot of other dogs were waiting at the gate, & ours were very excited) another dog owner admonished us to let the dogs off the leash as their dog was jumping all over them, & making them feel anxious. This is not the correct way to advise someone, we had them on the leash so as to keep them under control until they had calmed down. If you don’t know anything about dogs, pls don’t force your ill-advised training advice on ppl coming into the park.
    Otherwise, we love this park – clueless owners aside :)

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  23. Sam and Irina
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    We’ve been frequent visitors to this park for the last two years and like others loved it, until recently. Our dog has been attacked twice in a row and their owners did nothing about it. We had to fall into arguments with the dog owners asking them to restrain their dogs and keep them under control to which they had no interest to respond except being rude to us and blaming us instead when it is clearly their dogs are the ones showing aggression. The rangers are never there when you need them.
    We have reported incidents to the council who advised us to inform the ranger. When we called the ranger, he had no interest in dealing with this, and instead started lecturing us about the difference between unsocialised dogs and aggressive dogs. What a joke, just do your job properly. We do not enjoy this park anymore and found other parks that are more sociable and friendly. If you are worried about your dog’s safety and your dog is not the one that enjoys fighting, please avoid this park at all costs.

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  24. frankie
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    Awesome dog park, some owners tend to pick there dogs up if other dogs are coming around to sniff it. I don’t know if they are paranoid or if they have had a bad experience but was told that is the worst thing someone could do. I have been there with big dogs and small dogs and besides the little yelps nothing serious has occurred. Would give it a high rating wish we had one in ropes crossing

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  25. Chip and Stef
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    I like this dog park and so does my staffy. Unfortunately there are a great deal of “do gooder” dog owners that treat this park like they own it! We were there today and I had two dog owners and friends complaining about my stef, who was excited, friendly and jumping to greet these owners and dogs, when one prick decided to boot my stef… he was intimidated as were others, by her excitement and treated it as if she was being aggressive… wich was far from the case!

    These people are weak and judgemental and have no right to come to a community park where ALL dogs are welcome and respected, unless they are aggressive and violent. To make it worse, one of these cowards brought a baby in a stroller to the park which is irresponsible and MORONIC!

    If you can’t handle excited dogs, then stay out of this park!

    Anyways, they left quickly and me and my stef had the park to ourselves, until another dog owner showed up… we had a great experience with our dogs :)

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    1. Deb
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      Well said and some dog owners just don’t get it as all dogs that come into the park are excited to start with until they settle down and I would of hit the bloke if he had kicked my dog and your right there is quite a lot of people that they think they own the park and with regards to the kids – TOTALLY AGREE – it’s a dog park not a kids park !!! hope you keep going to the park

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    2. Imogen and Rambo
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      I LOVE this comment, me and my boy have so many issues like this.
      People shouldn’t come to a dog park if they don’t respect all dogs. They often find themselves judging before they get to know.
      NO dog should be judged by its breed just as a book should not be judged by its cover or the next 3 chapters !
      We love this dog park and my staffy Rambo loves it to. Hes a puppy and still training! who cares if a dog jumps occasionally! :)

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  26. Joe
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    Hi All,
    Have recently started attending this park, aswell as other dog parks, with our 9 month old beagle x JRT- she’s around 10-12kg and 50cm tall.
    I can understand some of the comments on here about some dogs being poorly controlled, the sheer size of this park means that it makes it very difficult for some owners of the dogs to stay within controlling distance of their dogs. There is an issue with a few regulars to the park who have large and not-particularly-friendly dogs, many of whom are elderly/require mobility devices to get around, this is a significant issue because they are lovely dogs with their owners and they need socialising, however when they’re around the other dogs they tend to bite quite a bit and the owners have NO realistic chance of controlling them.
    We have had some bad experiences with aggressive dogs (I was bitten on the hand and my dog has received some stitches from a ridgeback x bite- I was pulling my dog out from under the larger dog), however this can be encountered anywhere and its the risk you take with ANY dog park. Owners are, generally, quite proud of their dogs and don’t tend to think of them as aggressive, so we always get the ‘Oh, she’s never done that before, she’s not like this normally’. In my case, when I was bitten, the owner accepted responsibility and has stayed in contact to ensure that myself and my dog are doing well, aswell as putting her dog into training to avoid similar incidents (she’s coming along well, too).
    I also agree that many owners have a misguided idea of what aggression is and are not motivated to keep control of their dogs, even if they are physically capable of doing so. Again, though, this is part of going to a dog park, you’re going to get those issues anywhere. I’ve certainly encountered them everywhere I’ve been.
    For what it’s worth, there is a sign on the front of the dog park stating that any aggressive dog must be removed immediately, and that all dogs must be under control at all times. I agree that a ranger could certainly attend more often (I’ve never seen one there- I’m there twice a day in the morning and again after work, and for at least an hour Saturdays and Sundays) to enforce this a little more.
    In defence of the larger dogs, when they are given that much space to run around and a smaller dog comes toward them and then runs away, to them that’s an invitation to play. You can always expect some yelping and worry from smaller dogs in these circumstances (that’s how they learn, too), aswell as them getting bowled over quite a bit. My dog was hopeless with this when she first attended this park, but now she knows that if the bigger dogs come toward her that if she walks, rather than runs, towards them, they’ll receive her far more gently.

    I think the council should certainly do more to maintain the culture of ‘controlled, non-aggressive dogs only’ at this park, however I also understand that the council has a lot on their plate just controlling the truly ferocious neighbourhood dogs which they’re receiving complaints about, and all the other animal related issues in a MASSIVE geographical area. I hope they find a way to ensure rangers attend the park more often, that would be wonderful.

    At the end of the day, if you really want your dog socialising with ONLY a particular size/type/nature of dog, perhaps look into social media groups/internet forums and make contacts that way, there are regular doggy play days organised in private locations for small dogs through Facebook groups and internet forum discussions. This type of level playing field would, I’m sure, be wonderful for the confidence of many dogs/owners who have been mentioned above.
    Otherwise, you get the issues associated with all kinds of dogs, with all kinds of obedience, and all kinds of owners! That’s part of the fun of the dog park!

    Cheers,
    Joe B- Arndell Park

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    1. Catherine
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      Wow, great comment! Very thoughtful and clearly stated with useful suggestions, rather than just pointing the finger.

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  27. Rosemary
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    my comment is this , owners need to be aware if their bitch is on heat. I have had to explain and ask these people to leave.. As the dog is constantly harressed by male dogs. Signs need to be put up explain that if your dog is on heat don’t enter the park.. I have a few dogs and they are all really good, but in saying that their are fights , I don’t blame all owners sometimes to dogs will clash ( no difference two people not liking each other). But over all dogs and humans get along fine.. As for kids , if parents wish to bring them in its at their own risk..

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  28. Kieran
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    When I originally left a comment I appear to
    have clicked on the -Notify me when new comments are
    added- checkbox and now every time a comment
    is added I receive four emails with the exact same comment.
    Is there a way you are able to remove me from that service?
    Appreciate it!

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  29. Mal
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    I find this park is OK
    It does have a rather lager open area for all dogs to roam free.

    But , then you have your day ruined by certain dog owners that have no clue at all.
    i.e. small to medium dogs with lots of fluff, and the playful nature of Staffies.

    It seems people are still under this notion portrayed by MEDIA that a Staffy is a pit bull & is instantly going to attack and mame their dogs.
    If these owners fail to allow their dogs to mingle and socialise with all breeds they will never enjoy the park like the rest of us.

    P.S. to the lady that decided it was a good idea to poke a Staffy X pup, with her umbrella, think twice next time ’cause I’m sure the next owner is going to be less than forgiving as the one I witnessed today.

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    1. mase
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      Well said! My staffy is super playfull and I have had issues with other owners that cannot handle her personality… along with the stigma that’s wrongfully attached to staffies. I can promise any other owners out there that if my staffy is mistreated at this park, I will be far from forgiving! If you can’t handle excited dogs… don’t come to this park!

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      1. Debbie
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        Don’t worry your Staffy isn’t the only dog that cops it as I own an English Mastiff and he is 18 mths old and he is playful as well but people freak out from the size of him but believe it or not he got attacked last week by a Husky who had attitude and ripped my dogs mouth with blood everywhere and he just put his dogs on a lead and walked away – no sorry or nothing.
        I’ve had discussions with quite a few people there as have been going for quite some time now and everyone agrees that the park should be split in half as I always take him up the top end of the park and he plays with all the other regular dogs which is about 5 of them and they enjoy themselves then small dogs in particular come up our end and our dogs get excited so when they go up to these dogs the dog cowers because they have 5 dogs around them and unfortunately this makes it worst and our dogs bark at them but all it is, our dogs want to play but because they are all big the other dogs and owners freak out and that is the reason we stay up that end but people just don’t get it

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  30. Carolyn
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    I have a 10month old black lab and would like to take him to this park to socialise him more than what he has at the moment and after best times to go to see how he goes. I am also wondering for his first visit should i take him on a long lead. This is the first dog I have had for years want him to be happy around other dogs

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    1. Joe
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      Hi Carolyn,
      Sounds like you’ve got an ideal dog for a large park like this one!
      If you’re worried about a younger dog, perhaps take him during the day on weekdays initially to test the waters. If you go on a weekend, especially a sunny weekend, the park is understandably very full of dogs and owners and an energetic puppy like a lab could, if they were a little nervous or nippy initially, get itself a bit anxious or over-excited.
      I’m not sure what others think, but I would tend to advise against keeping your pup on a long lead while at the park. It happens frequently that a dog on a lead will, when the other dogs come around to play, feel threatened because it doesn’t have the freedom to move around as it would like, and things can get a bit tricky. I would try to stay very close and in constant verbal contact with your dog initially if you dont want it to get too far from you, and try to visit the park on quieter days. Perhaps this is another reason that during the day on weekdays would be a good start. The park is big enough that if there are only 2 or 3 other dogs there, you have a decent chance of finding a corner to yourselves too, which is nice for getting your dog used to the off-leash commands.
      There is also an off-leash area (large, but unfenced) close by to Bungarribee, off Andrew Lloyd Dr (which is off Douglas Rd). I rarely see any other dogs here and it has proven a great place to practice off leash obedience with our dog. You can see it on Google Maps, about 300m east of Doonside Rd near the Bungaribee park.
      Let us know how you go!

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  31. Western Sydney Parklands Trust
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    Just another call out for our next fun and friendly Dog Day Out West – Woof-fest on Sunday 8th March 2015 (9am – 1pm). Lots of fun to be had with great obedience displays, doggy treat stalls, food vans and fun for the kids (human and the fur variety :P)! This year we have a new Dog Talent Show called The Woof Factor and we looking for Western Sydney’s most talented pooch. Enter yours today to be in the chance to win great prizes thanks to our sponsor Petbarn! Free entry and parking on site – you’d be BARKING MAD to miss!

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