Dogs & Open Space
Providing suitable on and off-leash activity areas is vital to the success of animal management in our Council area. Dog owners must have suitable areas to exercise their dogs safely. Equally, other members of the community must have the ability to use open space and recreation amenities without the fear of harassment by uncontrolled dogs, and without having their enjoyment of an area impacted by dog faeces and other nuisances.
Dogs must be on leash on all roads, streets and footways. Council has a dog friendly park where owners can exercise their dogs off leash. Some reserves may have restrictions, to meet the needs of other users. Please check the signage at each park or reserve to view any restrictions, hours of operation, and your responsibilities as a dog owner.
Frank Green Park – Dog Exercise Area
This fenced dog park is located at the corner of Halliday Street and Senate Road, Port Pirie and is provided by the Port Pirie Regional Council for the enjoyment of both dogs and people.
The dog park is an area that dog owners can take their dogs and exercise them off leash, however please ensure your dog remains under effective control at all times.
Please note that the park will not be available for off leash access between 4pm and 7:30pm Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday between September and March due to standing commitment with sporting bodies.
Please consider others in the community when using the facility and ensure dogs remain under effective control at all times.