Looking for that paw-fect seaside getaway where you and your furry friend can enjoy the sun, sea, and sand? Discover the joys of Seaford Dog Beach, a 24/7 Off-Leash Dog Beach at Keast Park, where every day is an adventure for your canine companion.

Path Endtrance to dog off-leash area at Keast Park in Seaford

Around 7,000 square meters of untouched beachfront, stretching over 200 meters, where your furry friend can splash, play, and run freely with the breeze in their fur. Notably, it's the only 24/7 dog-friendly beach in Frankston City Council, available for off-leash fun all year round. A perfect, endless beach party destination for your four-legged friend!

Though compact in size, this gem is packed with features. Generally kept clean, the sands beckon for a day of fun and relaxation. The waters are shallow, making it perfect for the little fur-babies who aren’t Olympic swimmers just yet, or for those who prefer just dipping their paws.

Seaford Keast Park Dog Beach off-leash area map

And once playtime is over, a mere hop, skip, and jump will land you at Keast Park, a welcoming on-lead area. Here, amidst BBQs and playgrounds, plan an entire day of fun with your entire family, two-legged and four.

Speaking of sun-soaked adventures, since our furry friends don't come with in-built sunglasses, do pack some shade, sun hats, and sunscreen. As they say, fun in the sun is only fun when it’s safe!

After a fun day at Seaford Dog Beach, visit the nearby Crackerjack Cafe for a rejuvenating cup of coffee.

Seaford Dog Beach Amenities

While Seaford Dog Beach offers a straightforward area for your dog to enjoy, the nearby Keast Park Seaford provides a range of amenities for a convenient and enjoyable visit.

  • On-Lead Park: Featuring BBQs and playgrounds for family entertainment.
  • Dog Bag Stations: Conveniently located for easy cleanup.
  • Fresh Water Stations: Ensuring your pet stays hydrated during your visit.
  • Public Toilets: Available for visitor convenience

Dog bag station at off-leash Keast Park in Seaford

History & Culture

As you lounge on the sands or take a leisurely stroll, you're on grounds that are soaked in rich cultural history. These lands have stories whispered by the winds and told through the gentle waves, belonging to the traditional Boon Wurrung (Bunurong) people of the Kulin nation. While basking in the beach's natural beauty, take a moment to acknowledge and respect its deep-rooted heritage.

Location & Visiting Seaford Dog Beach

Located conveniently off the bustling Nepean Highway in Seaford and near Carrum, Keast Park Seaford Dog Beach is easily accessible and a popular spot. There's 4-hour paid parking right at Keast Park. However, a tip for visitors: summer weekends at this City of Frankston dog beach can get as busy as a group of excited pups chasing a squirrel! It's wise to plan your visits and parking with this in mind.