Brisbane City Council provides over 160 dog off-leash areas (commonly known as 'dog parks') in parks across Brisbane. Off-leash areas are generally fenced. Dogs can run, exercise, and socialise leash-free with other dogs and dog park visitors.

Dog off-leash areas include facilities such as seating, water, dog waste bins, and some shaded areas.

Some dog parks also include agility equipment for agility drills and shelters for dog park visitors.

Find out about current dog off-leash area projects across Brisbane.

Search for a dog park

Use the location and region search boxes to help you search for a dog off-leash area. You can select to view all dog off-leash areas or those with areas for small dogs. You can view the results in a map, list or table by selecting your chosen option from the dropdown box.

Fairfield Park, Fairfield

Council is upgrading the dog off-leash area by installing a new small dog off-leash area with new equipment, as well as upgrading the existing entrances to the area including concreting, fencing, landscaping and new bins. 

This project will start on Monday 23 May and is scheduled to be completed by late-July 2022 (weather permitting).

There will be no public access to the dog off-leash area while the construction is taking place. 

Evans Road Park, Moorooka

Council is constructing two adjoining dog off leash areas (one for small dogs) in Evans Road Park including fencing, gates, shelters and furniture with concrete slabs. The project will start on Monday 18 July and is scheduled to be completed on approx. 5 September (weather permitting). Part of the open space parkland will be closed off during the works. 

Check the map on this page to find your nearest dog-off leash area while these parks are being upgraded.

Check out our favourite dog park list.

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Your obligations as a dog park user

When using dog parks, make sure your dog:

  • is under your control (e.g. your dog will return to you when called)
  • is not a nuisance to other dogs and their owners
  • droppings are disposed of in the bins provided
  • is registered with Council, wormed regularly and its vaccinations are up to date.

Suspected dog baiting

Should you find a suspected dog bait in a dog park, contact the RSPCA by:

  • email 
  • making an online report
  • phoning Animal Cruelty Complaints on 1300 264 625
  • phoning the Animal Ambulance on 1300 852 188 where an animal is seriously injured, ill or trapped and requires urgent attention.


Contact Council to report maintenance issues in dog parks.

Photo gallery

View photos of some of our dog off-leash areas as a slideshow or view photos individually in our dog off-leash areas album in Council's Flickr account.

Dog off-leash areas (DOLAs)
Last updated: 19 July 2022
Topics: dog

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