The 'Cobb Road Dog Park'
Our best - kept secret?
No mention of Rotary Mount Eliza, our Club and Members?
Ex Google © with Editorial notes
.. 'grassy fenced area with two big shady gum trees and eight smaller trees which don't really offer much shade'. [We could not afford mature ones @ $5,000 + each] .

There is no water tap and to compensate dog owners have provided some metal water bowls for the dogs and replenish a milk grate [sic] which is full of plastic bottles with water. It's good manners to help to keep these bottles full of water. There is a seat someone has brought along and a bin in the north-east corner. No doggy bags are provided. [!!] The area outside the fenced area is not leash-free. [It is not part of the Park and is on COBB ROAD!!]. indecision
We are delighted by the efforts of our Members [and MPSC] to achieve such progress ... especially during the perpetual lockdown?... and being appreciated for what it is. A few months back there was no facility. YOUR local Club is a key participant in this development.
We agree / admit The Park [being a Work -in - Progress] is not easy to find, but it is utilised greatly. Rotary and MPSC have not finished YET? No! Rotary is a Service Club, and like ROME, this long - needed facility will not be built in a Day. We jest that Rotary Mount Eliza 'could have' provided all the trees, waited FIFTEEN Years, then discovered that the land had dog - free housing on it. wink
The ROTARY contributions have reduced costs and the lead -  laugh time for our Community. Daily we see this 'new' dedicated green space and Community gathering place, with dogs, adults and children. We do admit, that as well as not always providing the comforts expected by dogs.... the name 'COBB ROAD DOG PARK' may be unintentionally misleading; dogs aren't supplied either crying
These projects are like Hungarian Goulash: FIRST, steal one chicken, [just don't give the bones to the dogs].