Dog walking in Albert Park

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Dog Walking at Albert Park

Albert Park

With over 226 hectares, Albert Park offers plenty of space for you to walk, play and relax with your dog.
Albert Park is mainly an on-lead park but there are some designated off-lead areas where you can give your dog a good run. Dogs are permitted in most of the park, but must be kept on a lead in some areas and kept out of dog exclusion areas (including the lake and the playgrounds). 

 

How to get there

Dog Walking at Albert Park

When to go

Enjoy the warm weather with a barbecue or picnic. Hire a boat and explore the lake. Walk, cycle or jog around the track, past green lawns and playing fields.

Need to know

Dog Walking at Albert Park

Change of Conditions

Nature being nature, sometimes conditions can change at short notice. It’s a good idea to check this page ahead of your visit for any updates.

  • Notices Affecting Multiple Sites

    Albert Park Parking November Update

    Due to the lift in Stage 4 restrictions by the Victorian Government the parking machines have been turned on from Monday 2 November where car parking restrictions and fees at Albert Park Reserve apply. If you have parked in a pay-for-parking area, please purchase a ticket from a ticket machine and display the ticket on your dashboard to avoid a fine.

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