Enjoy a walk with your dog on the lead at one of these beautiful Perth parks or locations. Parks are often deemed on the lead to protect wildlife in the area. These areas are usually rich in flora and fauna and are beautiful locations to enjoy a long walk. Please abide by on the lead signage as there requirements are in place to protect the natural environment.
Koondoola Regional Bushland Sensory Walk Trail
137 hectares of limestone and sand tracks to explore plus a short pave Sensory Walk Trail.
Star Swamp Busland North Beach
Explore all of the 96 hectares of Star Swamp Busland or walk the 1.4km Heritage Trail through stunning dense convservation bushland on this on the lead suburban bushland walk
Lake Monger Wembley
Lake Monger is a 3.5km beautiful round the lake walk on a shared path and is designated as on the lead due to the abundance of water birds and other wildlife in the area.
5.1km round on the lead nature walk with shorter walk trail options and amazing city and ocean views along the way.
A walk around Lake Claremont is just under 3kms. It's on the lead but there is an off the lead exercise area on the Lake Claremont Golf Course side - as indicated on signage.
Banks Reserve Mount Lawley to Bardon Park Maylands
Enjoy a 2.4km round walk from Banks Reserve to Bardon Park and back. Both parks have off the lead exercise areas and you can find a woodfired pizza truck at Bardon Park during the warmer months.
Sunset Heritage Precinct Dalkeith
Wander through the historical building site, before exploring the walk train and Swan River foreshore.
Sir Frederick Samson Park
Explore the three walk trails through this beautiful suburban piece of bushland.
Wireless Hill Park Ardross
Enjoy a choice of two 1.5km return on the walks on a sealed path, with amazing views of the city and Swan River and beautiful wildflowers when they are in season.
Centennial Pioneer Park
Walk through the treetops and alongside the creek to the beautiful Civic Centre gardens and lake and back on this leisurely ~2km round walk.
EAST / HILLS
Enjoy a short walk to the waterfall viewing platforms at the top or take on a more challenging walk from the top to the bottom or the bottom to the top, either way the view are breathtaking.
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