Mark Wadsley Posted: 12:48 PM January 26, 2016 |
Visited the other day, people parking in the 10 min drop off for hours and people walking around with dogs. Can the idiots not read the signs. Why do they think the signs refer to them. Needs more policing for the people who do the right thing.
Pat McGaw Posted: 11:23 AM December 14, 2013 |
You can't bring dogs, but motorbikes are okay, some of us prefer dogs to kids,
Just Me Posted: 9:00 AM November 5, 2013 |
Regarding everyone's "why no dogs?" question...it's a national park. Dogs aren't permitted in any national park in Victoria. Sure, your little furbaby might be quiet & would never be taken off-lead to chase animals & you might pick their excrement up responsibly...but the next dog might not have responsible owners. There's no way to monitor it & the risk to the flora & fauna is significant enough that it's easier & worthwhile to place a blanket ban on all dogs. Lots of beautiful parks & beaches allow dogs - a quick search on Google will bring them up. But unfortunately, if you want to enjoy a national park, you'll have to leave them at home. Yes, I have a dog too. She's just fine out in the back yard at home while I spend a morning enjoying the wildlife here.
lilly Posted: 9:31 AM September 1, 2013 |
Why are people so rude when explaining that dogs are not allowed in the park... lol take a breather, calm down...
CJ Posted: 9:07 PM August 26, 2013 |
Oh my god take your freaking feral dogs to a dog friendly park and stop complaining, enough with the bloody whinging!!! The park is not for dogs, suck it up.
Rhi Posted: 9:50 AM July 3, 2013 |
It's disappointing that no dogs are allowed yet horses and motorbikes which damage the flora and scare the fauna are. My dog is never off leash, doesn't chase wildlife and also cannot bark yet she isn't allowed up there. She's not going to damage anything or chase anyone but I still can't walk her there so there's no point going up there.
Dave Posted: 9:30 AM April 7, 2013 |
It's great that the park is dog free. There's plenty of other places for dog owners to go to terrorise children and wildlife.
Lindell Posted: 2:01 PM March 8, 2013 |
Who cares about the dogs. Dogs don't belong in the bush and there are so many irresponsible owners it's too risky. I love dogs too, but soon learned that travelling with one is not easy. Kids generally don't chase the wildlife and poo everywhere if they get loose. Dogs are often noisy at the worst of times...like the middle of the night, barking at nothing much
Cindy Posted: 9:18 AM February 23, 2013 |
Think its is disgraceful that well behaved dogs on leases are not allowed. There isnt even an explanation as to why.
crusader Posted: 1:22 AM January 9, 2013 |
Again dog owners are penalized (& their dogs). Because I cannot have human children my dog & I are unable to enjoy a swim in any body of water in the area. My mistake-some beaches allow us to go there sometimes, in certain areas at certain times(usually not during the day). And there are also no restrictions in any area on non dog people & children sharing these areas but so many great areas for family and children. But we still pay rates and pet registration & if we live near someone who complains if our dog barks-a lot or a little-I still have to listen & put up with their loud/crying kids. I can hear the parents now-they're only kids , oh it's not the same thing, blah blah blah. Discrimination at the very least.....
Jeff Keane Posted: 11:21 AM October 29, 2012 |
Why are there so many motor bike riders in the park? Today on the boundry track near Hallam North road, there was another one. A young guy on a mini bike, travelling very fast. He could easily injure or kill somebody....
And why are there no direct telephone contacts with the park office to report such issues?
Conor Posted: 4:31 PM July 6, 2012 |
What's the best time to see Kangaroos?
Admin - It won't be easy to find them, but early and late in the day are ususually the best.
NIcky Ogilvie Posted: 8:12 AM June 30, 2012 |
Why no dogs? Such a disappointment. Now we cannot visit this seamingly beautiful park. I think as long as they are on leads and are well behaved, I don't see a problem. Any feedback?
nicko Posted: 12:35 PM February 26, 2012 |
Are you allowed to water ski on this lake?
Admin - No, powered boating is not allowed.
Leanne Posted: 11:25 PM February 3, 2012 |
I visited today and my son enjoyed his swim but there was also a dog swimming nearby and as we walked along the foreshore we noticed all the rubbish including a nappy left at the water's edge. As it says above ***Look after the Park*** - take your rubbish home & no dogs allowed!! Maybe Lysterfield Lake Park can be added to www.cleanup.org.au and we can all go & clean the Park on Sunday 4 March 2012.
B Posted: 12:11 PM January 20, 2012 |
B-e-a-u-t-i-f-u-l!! it is totally nice and calm with loads of fun thins to do! biking, swimming (which is my favourite)botin walking it is totally the best park in the history of the world and I am totally happy that the biking tracks are back!
bro Posted: 6:21 PM October 29, 2011 |
Choice park bro! Bring your jandles and chilli bin.
Abi V Posted: 11:22 AM January 29, 2011 |
I love this park. It's a great place to get together and hang out.