Dog walking prohibited
Parks and locations where dog walking is prohibited.
Parks where this activity is available
Dogs are prohibited from the park and adjoining foreshore areas but are allowed under control on a leash on Loop Road linking Ambury Road and Kiwi Esplanade.
Dog Walking Prohibited - Anawhata Beach Track.
In parkland and adjoining beaches, no dogs at all times - including in vehicles.
Dogs are prohibited from the park and adjoining beaches but are allowed under control on a leash on the Esplanade Reserve at the end of Brook Road.
Dogs are prohibited from the following tracks
Auckland City Walk
Lower Kauri Track
Upper Kauri Track
Robinson Ridge Track
Waitakere Tramline Walk
West Tunnel Mouth Track
Fence Line Track
Whatitiri Track (Ark in the Park SMZ)
Lake Wainamu Track (Lake Wainamu SMZ)
Part of the Waitakere Ranges, Cornwallis is a popular, safe spot for family picnics and swimming. Be sure to visit the 200m long restored Cornwallis wharf, the last of the Manukau's 16 ferry wharves.
Dogs are prohibited from the park and adjoining foreshore areas.
Regional parkland at Pakiri: No dogs at all times
Adjoining beaches: Dogs are allowed off leash and must be under continuous control at all times
Park land and associated beaches, no dogs at all times, including in vehicles.
No dogs at all time (including dogs in vehicles) are not allowed within the Shakespear Open Sanctuary which is the entire area inside of the pest proof fence, Te Haruhi Bay, farmland and adjoining beaches.
Open Sanctuary, all parkland, access roads & adjoining beaches, council land at the park entrance: No dog at all times, including dogs in vehicles.
Te Rau Puriri
Dogs are allowed under control on leash, but are prohibited from the associated beach and foreshore area.
Temporary restrictions may apply during seasonal farming operations (lambing and calving) under Clause 10 of Dog management Bylaw.