Millett Park Innaloo is beautiful shady off the lead park that has it all. Not only does it have large open green spaces for some ball chasing action, it has a litle nature area where dogs can climb rocks, sniff out some bushes - even wonder amongst some totem poles.
The nature area is located at one end of the park. It features a balancing log, rocks, totem poles, and native scrubs. It's a great spot for dogs to explore and is a unique feature of this park but it is also a popular spot for kids to play too with a popular playground located at this park so keep a close eye on your dog.
The whole park is an L shape so at one end is lots of shady grassed area and the nature area and at the other end is a big open grassed area with less trees around. This part of the park is bordered by the busy Huntriss Rd but is set well back from the road and is blocked with plenty of vegetation. The surrounding streets are very quiet.
You'll also find a few exercise stations alongside the grassed area so it's a great place to walk or run a few laps and work out at the stations for some exercise for both dog and onwer.
If you have kids there is a very popular playground located here. It's often referred to as Spiderman playground because of the super large "spider web" climbing frame. Even though this is an off the lead park please ensure you keep your dog out of the playground area.
If you want to stay awhile Millett Park has toilets and bbqs and there is plenty of street parking around the park which is a popular spot for meeting with friends and family too. A water fountai and dog bowl is located near the toilet bock. If it's coffee you are after the dog friendly Cup & Co is located just a short walk 1-2min up King George St so you can grab a coffee and something to eat before or after your walk. If it's later in the day Cup & Co tranforms into Pizza & Co, so you dine in and enjoy a wood fired pizza or two, or grab some pizza to take to the park to enjoy.
Millet Park combined with a coffee from Cup & Co is one of our favourite local coffee & walk combos. Dogs can run and explore at Millett Park and owners can enjoy getting some exercise wandering the park or using the exercise stations.
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Review by Dogs Around Perth Reporter Lauren, 2nd June 2016
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