Brentwood Forest to become home to Bellbird Park’s first off-lead dog park

Brentwood Forest to become home to Bellbird Park’s first off-lead dog park
Brentwood Forest to become home to Bellbird Park’s first off-lead dog park

Newly unveiled plans for Bellbird Park’s first off-lead dog park in AVID Property Group’s Brentwood Forest will have tails unanimously wagging across the Greater Springfield and Ipswich regions.

The 1,600 square metre, fully-fenced puppy friendly space, to be completed late-2017, will form part of the new 1.3 hectare park being delivered by AVID Property Group and will be one of the largest off-lead dog parks in the Greater Springfield and Ipswich regions.

AVID general manager Bruce Harper said Ipswich City Council was supportive of AVID’s plans for the park.

“Council has been extremely supportive of our plans for the park as they understand the significant health, social and economic benefits dog parks like this one bring,” he said.

“The park will help cater for the needs of the more than 28,000 registered dogs in the region, and with only 14 other off-lead dog parks in the Ipswich local government area, we expect the park will be welcomed by pet loving locals.”

Brentwood Forest to become home to Bellbird Park’s first off-lead dog park

“The community will also be able to access a range of sports, fitness and kids play facilities that will form part of the new broader $1.2 million dollar park planned for Brentwood Forest.”

The park will be located on the doorstep of approximately 1,200 residents already living at Brentwood Forest.

Brentwood Forest’s latest Magpie land release includes blocks with sizes ranging from an easy care 250 square metre to 563 square metre family sized blocks.

The latest Tempo Living house and land release offers architecturally designed homes as turnkey packages at fixed prices.

Land prices at Brentwood start from just $169,000 while Tempo Living house and land packages start from just $302,215.

Brentwood Forest is also home to newly opened high school - Bellbird Park State Secondary College - and has also welcomed plans for a proposed new child care centre within the community, expected to open in late-2017.

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