Glen Eira City Council Install Dog Agility Track At Paw-field Park In Caulfield East

Glen Eira City Council has one dog park, and it's filled with recycled plastic dog agility! Paw-field Park located at 'The Wedge' in Caulfield East, is a puppy play space featuring turfed areas for exercise, socialisation and obedience training, as well as natural elements like rocks and plantings for 'sniffing investigations' and recycled plastic dog [...]

City of Cockburn’s Sustainable Procurement Leads To Recycled Plastic Dog Agility Park

City of Cockburn in Western Australia have recently installed recycled plastic dog agility equipment at the new dog park on Briggs Street in South Lake. "This is a lovely facility for residents to safely exercise their dogs off the lead in one of two fully fenced exercise areas. The exercise areas are grassed with doggy [...]

Second Instalment of Dog Agility Equipment Lands in Sydney CBD

  The Cumberland Council (formally known as Auburn Council) situated just south of the busy CBD of Sydney, has incorporated the happiness of playing pups and Eco-friendly Replas Recycled Dog Agility Equipment. Being the second agility equipment installed in the city of Sydney, dog owners are able to give their dogs a multi-purpose park, making [...]

Adelaide’s Denis Morrissey Park a Hit with Local Dogs

With installation of a Dog Agility Track using components made from recycled plastic, Denis Morrissey Dog Park in Adelaide has grown in public popularity.  Dog owners and their pets coming to play and train have added a new dimension to the multi-purpose park, and are keeping it busy all day. The dog park offers a [...]

Canine delight

While in Forster Tuncurry, which is on the New South Wales north coast, an original pooch post was noticed at a popular off-leash dog park. For many years the pooch post has provided much needed water for our canine friends who enjoy the outdoor spaces that the council has provided.

A park for pooches

A newly constructed off-leash dog park in South Wentworthville, NSW is making the residents’ four legged friends very happy. Holroyd Council chose the recycled-plastic dog agility equipment from Replas as it is strong, durable and most importantly there won’t be any splinters to injure precious pets.