7 Fully Fenced Dog Parks in Brisbane to Run Wild! (Options for Small Dogs and Large Dogs)

Bulimba Riverside Dog Park


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7 Fully Fenced Dog Parks in Brisbane

There are plenty of fenced dog parks around Brisbane’s inner and outer suburbs where dogs of all sizes can go for a run and burn off some energy.

While there are plenty more off-leash dog parks in Brisbane, in this article we will just focus on the off leash dog parks. Some are nicely grassed while others quickly turn to a mud wrestling pit after a bit of rain.

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Wembley Park

📍 Coorparoo

Tucked away in suburban Coorparoo Wembley Dog Park is somewhat of a local secret. The fenced dog park is located on the eastern side of Wembley Park with an entrance and carpark just off Robinson Road.

With lots of trees there is plenty of shade for you and your dog to escape to on a hot summer day. Inside the park there are water stations and even a ramp where your dog can practice agility skills.

Tuckeroo Park

📍 Nudgee Beach

Tuckeroo Park has a huge fully fenced dog park covering almost 2 acres. Inside you will find ramps, tunnels, and an agility training obstacle course to mentally engage and tire out your dog. This is a well grassed park with water fountains, poop bins available, and seating available.

The fenced dog park is also right next to the water at Nudgee Beach which is a perfect option for your dog to swim on a hot day! Your dog can explore the tidal flats outside the fenced dog park, however, a leash will be required. This is a complete adventure park for Brisbane’s dogs.

Dutton Park Dog Park

📍 Dutton Park

Dutton Park located just to the west of Brisbane’s CBD has two great dog parks both a short walk from Harmony Gardens and the Brisbane River.

Dutton Park Dog Park as you will find as named the map is located just off the main road TJ Doyle Memorial Drive. Here you will find a half-acre sized fully fenced dog park with water fountains, dog bowls, and poop bins. This park is best suited to medium and larger breeds.

For smaller dogs, you’ll probably want to head a little further south crossing over the Eleanor Schoell Bridge overpass and towards the cemetery. It’s just a short walk. Here you will find another fully fenced dog park which is labelled on Google Maps as the “Secret Dog Park” because it is hidden by the many surrounding trees.

Shaftesbury Street Dog Park

📍 Tarragindi

Shaftesbury Street Dog Park is located just a few kilometres south of Brisbane’s CBD in the inner-city suburb of Tarragindi. This fully fenced dog park which covers a bit of a half-acre is split into two separate sections for small dogs and medium to larger dogs.

This dog park is generally quite busy and provides a great social environment for your dog. Inside the park you will find lots of facilities including a picnic shelter, seating, water fountains poop bin and lighting for night playtime. There is plenty of parking available next to the park on Shaftesbury Street making it quite easy to access.

Victoria Dog Park

📍 Spring Hill/Herston

Victoria Dog Park is tucked away behind Spring Hill’s Centenary Pool complex just to the north of Brisbane’s CBD. This large fully fenced dog park covers over one acre providing plenty of room for your dog to stretch their legs with a big run. Being located on a hillside is an added bonus as your dog will hopefully get extra tired!

This dog park is offers plenty of shade, a picnic shelter and seating for the hoomans to rest while dogs run wild. For the dogs there is plenty of play equipment including pipes, ramps, and obstacles to test agility along with useful water fountains and poop bins. For the smaller timid dogs there is even a separate fenced off play section.

Bulimba Riverside Park

📍 Bulimba

Bulimba Riverside Park is a smaller dog park located alongside the Brisbane River just to the east of the CBD. Best suited for smaller apartment friendly dogs, this park offers seating for the hoomans, along with useful water fountains and poop bins. Larger breeds looking for agility equipment are best to head elsewhere like the nearby Powerhouse Dog Park in New Farm.

Powerhouse Dog Park

📍 New Farm

Powerhouse Park is a great fully fenced dog park near Brisbane’s CBD alongside the Brisbane River. The almost always busy fenced area covers about one acre providing plenty of room for dogs to stretch their legs and socialise.

This well grassed dog park is offers plenty of shade, an undercover area, water fountains and poop bins. While there are quite often medium to larger breeds here, there is also a separate play section for the smaller timid dogs.

There is a large (non-fenced) grassy area next to the dog park which is perfect for picnics, and is only a few hundred metres away from a great little bar called Mary Mae’s where you can get some food, beers and cocktails on hot summer arvo.

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