Over 250 off-leash dog parks can be found across Brisbane, Logan, Moreton and Redland Bay. Find an area near you, where your best friend can run, exercise and socialise with other dogs.

Brisbane

Over 110 off-leash areas can be found across Brisbane. Some sites include seating, water, dog waste bins, agility equipment and shaded areas. Find for the perfect park for your furry friend through the Council’s postcode search. Sites include:

  • Booker Place Park – Bellbowrie
  • Decker Park – Brighton
  • Beryl Roberts Park – Coopers Plains
  • Real Park – East Brisbane
  • Tuckeroo Park – Nudgee Beach
  • Faulkner Park – Graceville
  • Hercules Street Park – Hamilton
  • Victoria Park – Herston
  • Raymond Park – Kangaroo Point
  • Nixon Park – Oxley
  • Neal Macrossan Park – Paddington
  • Gilbert Park – Red Hill
  • Fauna Parade Park – Rocklea
  • Grey Gum Park – Stafford Heights
  • Turquoise Place Park – Wavell Heights
  • Elanora Park – Wynnum

 

Logan

Logan City Council has listed over 40 off-leash areas for dogs, including specific parks for smaller dogs. Sites include:

  • Logan River Parklands – Beenleigh
  • Federation Drive Reserve – Bethania
  • Highland Park – Boronia Heights
  • Crestmead Park – Crestmead
  • Village Park – Daisy Hill
  • Bega Park – Kingston
  • Bayes Park – Logan Reserve
  • Brandon Park – Marsden
  • Underwood Park – Priestdale
  • Baroona Park – Rochedale South
  • Bangalla Park – Springwood
  • Turnock Park – Underwood

For more sites and off-leash requirements, visit Logan City Council.

 

Moreton

Over 100 on-leash and off-leash dog parks can be found in the Moreton Bay region. The Council requires that a maximum of two dogs can be walked at a time. Visit the council website for more requirements. Moreton sites include:

  • Bleakley Park – Albany Creek
  • William Scott Park – Arana Hills
  • Les Hughes Reserve – Bray Park
  • Centenary Lakes – Caboolture
  • Carramar Reserve – Dakabin
  • Windless Park – Deception Bay
  • Sargent Reserve – Draper
  • Ultramarine Parade Park – Griffin
  • Freshwater Reserve – Kallangur
  • Sunstone Circuit Park – Mango Hill
  • Grogan Road Parkland – Morayfield

 

Redlands

There are 30 off-leash dog parks in Redlands. The areas are signed, fully fenced and have dog bag dispensers in most areas. Sites include:

  • George Street Park – Alexandra Hills
  • Aquatic Paradise Park West – Birkdale
  • Capalaba Regional Park – Capalaba
  • G.J Walter Park – Cleveland
  • Charlie Buckler Sportsfield – Redland Bay
  • Manning Esplanade Park – Thornlands
  • Les Moore Park – Victoria Point
  • Main Beach – Coochiemudlo Island

For the remaining sites, visit Redland City Council.

 

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