Dog Friendly: Balmoral & Clontarf Beach

Carla June 8, 2014 Comments Off on Dog Friendly: Balmoral & Clontarf Beach
Dog Friendly: Balmoral & Clontarf Beach

Dog Friendly: Balmoral & Clontarf Beach

Heading along Military Road you can’t help but notice an army of cute pets trotting beside their owners, which makes me think the rules for dogs on Balmoral Beach might be more relaxed than they are elsewhere in Sydney.

dog friendly Mosman

Sadly the thought doesn’t last long, Balmoral is another beach where dogs are not allowed, yet this doesn’t seem to stop an abundance of them enjoying walks with their owner on The Esplanade.

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As soon as you arrive you are struck by the natural beauty of Balmoral Beach with its luxurious houses and scenic views.

Sydney dog friendly

Although dogs aren’t allowed on the beach at Balmoral, it is a great place for a stroll allow the Esplanade. Many families like to picnic along the side of the beach where many pets have been known to join them.

Dog Friendly Balmoral

4 The Esplanade, Balmoral New South Wales 2088

Statue of Billy the Dog

One dog that is a permanent fixture at Balmoral is the statue of Billy. For 17 years Billy was a familiar figure in Mosman as he went on the daily rounds beside his master (a street sweeper with Mosman Council).  When he died dog lovers decided to make his memory last forever with this statue.

Billy Dog

This statue is a gift to the people of Mosman as a reminder of the reliance of animals on man and the debt mankind owes to animals.

Clontarf Reserve

Clontarf beach dogs

Clontarf Reserve is an on-leash area and dogs are allowed between the hours of 10am and 6pm (eastern standard time) and 10am and 8pm eastern summer time) on weekends, school holidays and public holidays.

The signage at Clontarf states that dogs are allowed off leash if:

1. The dog is under effective control

2. There is no conflict or interference with an event

3. Dog poo is immediately removed

pet friendly Clontarf

For more information on dog-friendly walks, beaches and reserves visit the Mosman Council website.

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