Nortons Park

Nortons Lane Wantirna South VIC 3152

Facilities
  • Bins
  • Toilets
  • Seating

Nortons Park, part of a chain of parks in the Dandenong Valley, boasts rolling grassed lawns that give the park a definite European feel. The land was once an orchard, and still contains a number of remnant fruit trees that burst into bloom in springtime. It is a great place to picnic with friends or, for the more energetic, work out on the cross country running track.

Dogs are permitted in the park provided they are on a leash and under control of their owners at all times. Please note that dogs are not permitted in the adjoining Shepherds Bush conservation area.

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More Information

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: March 21, 2014 - Does this listing need updating? Let us know

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  1. Bridges
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    Calling out to all animal lovers to help support the local community and join us for a fantastic family day at the Paws for a Cause Dog Walk at Nortons Park, Wantirna, Melways 72A2, 20 November 2011.
    Register early and online at http://www.bridgescc.com.au to receive a FREE showbag! For more information please phone 9729 9499 or email paws@bridgescc.com.au

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  2. Col
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    From 25/01/12 – Paks Vic Website – http://bit.ly/x6kbmL

    Parks Victoria is trialling Nortons Park, in Wantirna South, as a new dog-friendly area where visitors can have their dogs off lead. The whole park area of fifteen hectares, including the barbecue and picnic area, will be one of the biggest play spaces for dogs and their owners in the metro area.

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  3. Justine
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    Might have to try this one out!
    Are there many other dogs there?

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  4. Nat
    Nat
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    Fantastic Park! Not too many dogs around. Be careful during summer for snakes.

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  5. Hannah
    Hannah
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    this park is fabulous to play in! there is heaps of space for your dog to run about in and my dog loves it!
    i’m going here again today!

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  6. Lesley
    Lesley
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    This is a fantastic park to take a dog to. Big enough for our dog, who is easily intimidated by other dogs, can run around on her own.

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