Surf Coast Dog Friendly Beaches
Need to know the Surf Coast dog regulations?
To protect our local fauna, flora, pets – and humans too – check the Surf Coast Shire regulations.
Dogs: Surf Coast dog regulations are strict and enforced by local rangers. On the spot fines may be issued for non-compliance.
As a general rule, all dogs are required to be on a leash in all public places in township areas unless it is a designated off leash area.
Surf Coast Shire Dog Regulations map
To view all the locations you can and can’t walk your dog around the Surf Coast Shire, visit the website here and download the Dog Regulations map.
Find out more about pet registration laws, cat curfews, barking dog laws, dog friendly beaches, wandering livestock, injured wildlife and infringements here.
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