Road Closure

Due to railway crossing maintenance works, Gilmore Avenue will be closed between Mandurah Road and Wellard Road, Leda from 12am Saturday, 18 February to 6pm Sunday, 19 February.

During this time, detours will be in place via Wellard Road, Mandurah Road and Millar Road West.

The works are being conducted by Arc Infrastructure, for any enquiries please contact (08) 9212 2800 or We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

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Dog Exercise Areas

When taking your dog into a public area, it is important that the dog is on a lead at all times. Failure to do so may result in a fine as defined by the legislation.​

Responsible dog owners also ensure any dog droppings are picked up immediately. The City has placed 'dog poo' bags at many convenient locations, but we suggest that you carry your own bags for this purpose. Failure to do so may result in a fine as defined by the legislation.

Within authorised dog exercise areas, owners can exercise their dogs without a lead, provided the dog is under supervision and effective control. Several areas around Kwinana have been set aside as dog exercise areas. ​

Dog exercise areas in the City

  • ​​Harry McGuigan Park, Medina Avenue, Medina;
  • Littlemore Park, Littlemore Road, Orelia;
  • Skottowe Parkway, Cromer Gardens, Parmelia;
  • Fenced Park, Peace Park Reserve, Parmelia Avenue, Parmelia;
  • Sloans Reserve, Wellard Road, Leda;
  • Daintree Loop Reserve, Centennial Avenue, Bertram;
  • Harrison Way Reserve, Harrison Way, Calista;
  • Djilba Reserve, Djilba View, Leda; 
  • Whyatt Park, Dalrymple Drive, Leda;
  • Riley Park, Robbins Retreat, Leda;
  • Rogan Park, Prockter Gardens, Leda;
  • Hennessy Park Reserve, Hennessy Avenue, Orelia;
  • Seabrook Way Reserve, Seabrook Way, Medina;
  • Wellard Reserve, Wellard Road, Wellard;
  • Fenced Park, corner Darling Chase and Turnix Street, Wandi; and
  • Corner Bindarri Grove and Honeywood Avenue, Wandi.

Prohibited areas

  • Kwinana Golf Course;
  • all beaches within the City of Kwinana’s boundaries;
  • children’s play areas including Kwinana Adventure Park and The Edge Skatepark;
  • shops and shopping precincts; and
  • private property without permission.

While dogs are not permitted on any beaches within the City of Kwinana boundaries, there are several dog beaches located nearby and areas within the City that residents can exercise their dogs off a lead.

Discover the dog exercise areas in the City of Kwinana. 

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