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best place to walk your dog in sydney


Even one year old pups love a great walk in Sydney. Where do you think is the best place to take your dog/s for a walk in Sydney, and why? Is it because your dog/s can socialise with other dogs? Or because the space you use is quite spacious and peaceful? Looking forward to your responses on this one.

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Dan Mahoney Reserve in North Parramatta is one of my favourites because my dog is able to run around freely in the fenced area and socialise with other dogs (which he loves). However, for leashed walks I love to visit Parramatta Park or Parramatta Lake Reserve, simply because they are such enjoyable walks.
Sydney Park near Newtown is a great versatile park, with plenty to do for the kids as well, and a great cafe as well as heaps of space for the pups to run and play. A lot of dogs love walking near the beaches too - though if you leave it til later in the day they can get a little crowded. The atmosphere at Coogee and Bondi is always great with all the dogs having fun in the nearby parks though, and there is the stunning Coogee to Bondi walk you can do part of too.
Any parks that have off leash allowances are what I look for, so my dog can have a really good run around. Rawson Park in Mosman, Primrose Park in Cremorne, St Leonard's Park in North Sydney and Sirius Cove in Mosman are all favourites with me (and my dog).
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