Presidents Park

Heaths Rd & McGrath Rd Wyndham Vale VIC 3024

Dogs are permitted off-lead from the dog obedience building east to the riverbank & north to the parks boundary.

More Information

For additional information please visit the Wyndham City Council website.

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Last Updated: January 3, 2009 - Does this listing need updating? Let us know

5 Comments

  1. Laura
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    HUGE park with lots of room to move! Unfortunately it’s unfenced but the park is so huge you can stay away from the road. There’s a duck pond in the middle, and a creek nearby that my dogs love to swim or wade in but beware of snakes by the creek in Summer.

    There’s not a lot of shade though and I believe you need to take your own water bowls/water.

    Nearby there is also the Werribee Dog Obedience Club which operates on the weekend and are a fantastic club.

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    1. Stuart Allen
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      Theres a fenced off area near the carpark especially for dogs. Bins, Water and benches available. No Shade or shelter.

      What a fantastic park though!

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  2. Dom
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    The only thing that could improve this park is if people cleaned up after there dog and if the council actually had poo bag stands available. I for one always bring my own poo bags, but it would be convenient for other dog owners who forget, which also includes forgetting to pick up there dogs poo’s. Otherwise the bush trail is awesome separates you and your dog from the city life for a while and the caged off area is great for socialising your dog :)

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  3. Karen
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    Agreed!
    Also, some people become annoyed when they walk their leashed dogs in the unleashed areas and peoples’ dogs approach them.
    If you want your dog to be on a leash, stay in the fenced in area or go to a park where dogs must be leashed. Otherwise, enjoy!

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  4. Lisa Tatnell
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    Can someone plse give me a number so I can find info on puppy training plse

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