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  1. Could you tell me where we can take dogs for walks in and around Albany. We know about the dog beach on Middleton but not sure if other beaches like wzterfall or little beach etc are ok? Thanks. Also any other places to walk with well behaved large dogs.

    • Hello Ruth,

      Unfortunately you can’t take dogs into the Two Peoples Bay nature reserve, so Little Beach and Waterfall Beach are out. But there are many other beautiful beaches in Albany though where you can take dogs, including Ledge Beach and the northern end of Goode Beach. As a general rule, most beaches away from populated areas that are not part of a national park or reserve are fine to take dogs to.

      A really nice walk you can do with a dog on a lead is the one around headland at Point King between Middleton Beach and the port. Walks around the shorelines of Oyster Harbour and Princess Royal Harbour are nice too, and the walk along the Kalgan River.

      You can click here to download a map from the council detailing dog exercise areas in and around the town centre.

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