Golden retriever with two adults sitting on a bench seat at Calamvale District Park, Calamvale.
Calamvale District Park, Calamvale

Dogs are important four-legged members of many Brisbane households.  Brisbane City Council maintains dog off-leash areas (also known as dog parks) in parks all over the city – over 150 in total.  Most dog off-leash areas include fencing, water, bins, shaded areas and seating.  Dog parks are a great place for dogs to run off-leash and socialise with other dogs, and for their owners to meet fellow dog lovers.

All dog off-leash areas (fenced dog parks) temporarily closed

The personal safety of Brisbane residents and visitors is our top priority. Due to coronavirus, some of our events, facilities, services and venues may have been impacted. 

Council’s park barbecues, basketball and netball facilities, BMX tracks, dog off-leash areas (fenced dog parks), exercise equipment (outdoor gyms), multi-use games arenas, playgrounds, rebound walls, skate parks, table tennis facilities and tennis courts are temporarily closed until further notice. 

Check our Coronavirus: Council updates and impacts page for latest updates, cancelled events and venue closures. Protect yourself and others by practicing social distancing in our parks.

View our map or list (you choose your view type) of some of Brisbane’s favourite dog off-leash areas.

Search for other dog parks across Brisbane, by using our dog parks by suburb search.

Read about your obligations as a pet owner when using dog parks.

 
Last updated:6 April 2020
Topics: dog park