Narromine’s Pooch Park on all Paws

Narromine Shire Council’s four legged friends can wag their tails in delight as the dedicated dog area at Rotary Park is now completed.

The upgrade to Rotary Park is equipped with fencing, a dog bubbler and water bowl, seated picnic area, waste bag dispenser and bins and some additional trees for shade. There is also a series of dog agility equipment with hoops, ramps, jumps and weave poles for the canine athletes.

Narromine Shire Council Mayor Clr Craig Davies said that dog parks bring many benefits to the community, they encourage dog owners to exercise their pets and themselves, meet fellow dog walkers and be part of the Narromine community. At the same time the dedicated area prevents dogs interfering with other activities and events at Rotary Park.

Narromine’s canine residents and their human owners now have additional fun places to explore beyond their home, where they can expend pent up energy and have fun with friends, added Clr Davies.

The upgrade to Rotary Park was funded with grant money received from the Federal Government’s Drought Communities Programme.

Additional improvements to Parks in Narromine include replacing playground equipment at Dundas Park and upgrades to the surface of the basketball/multi court, netball club amenities, 2 additional netball courts, play area and landscaping at Apex Park. All work is expected to get underway by January 2021. 

Photo: Dog Park bubbler and water bowl and dog park agility equipment.


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