Brisbane’s Best Dog-Friendly Activities

by PetCloud / Pet Owner Advice / 14 Aug 2018

Brisbane’s Best Dog-Friendly Activities

If you’re looking for some of the best dog-friendly venues and activities to do with your dog on the weekend, here is some of the best we've found!

GO ON A DOG-FRIENDLY WALK
Mt Coot-tha Walk, Mt Coot-tha (Go from 7am in the morning while the day is cool).
Or do the River Loop from Kangaroo Point Cliffs, down the stairs, then from Kangaroo Point to Southbank, over the Good Will bridge, then through the Botanical Gardens, up Ivory Street's short Steep Hill, then over the Story Bridge to Bar Spritz for a cool down. There are dog water bowls there too.

BRUNCH WITH YOUR DOG
Brunch at Cafe 63 New Farm.

VISIT DOG FRIENDLY MARKETS

Then wander over to the dog-friendly Powerhouse Markets on a Saturday. You can even let them off for a play in the off-leash fenced dog park near the River Boardwalk.
Or brunch and wander through Milton Markets, Milton.

 


Or brunch at Alcove Cafe in Windsor. Start your morning in Windsor with the boys at Alcove Cafe with coffees and breakfast. Then jump in the car and head to Gordon Park near Montrose Street (across from Kedron Brook Bike Track) known as "Keddy Brook" to the locals which is an off-leash dog park with a creek running through it so your pup can enjoy a fun swim. The Kedron Brook Bike Track on the other side of the brook stretches over 10kms from Nundah to Mitchelton. 
Or brunch and wander through Jan Powers Manly Markets, in Manly Qld.

 

Or brunch at Ollie's Cafe in Bulimba next to Bulimba Memorial Park.

 

The Lazy Dog Cafe in Newstead is dog friendly

Or at the Lazy Dog Cafe in Newstead 27 Cunningham St, Newstead. Can you believe they even have a menu just for dogs!

PICNIC WITH YOUR DOG
Round up your friends and BYO dog to enjoy a picnic in New Farm Park. You will need to keep your dog tethered/ on a lead out in the open park at all times though.

SEE A MOVIE WITH YOUR DOG 

You can bring your dog to Yatala Drive-Ins?

Yatala Drive-Ins is a favourite.  Brisbane Open Air Cinemas annually put some movies on when the weather is good and is located at Rainforest Green, South Bank Parklands, opposite the city and near the Wheel of Brisbane.

 

GO TO DINNER WITH YOUR DOG
Eat Street Night Markets, Hamilton. Fri.-Sat. 4–10pm Sun. 12–8pm

Photo credit: Meda

KAYAK WITH YOUR DOG
Make sure your doggo is wearing a life vest. Take your kayak and enter at the Colmslie Boat Ramp. (Wouldn't recommend letting them swim in the water there, it's been said bull sharks like that spot).


Sometimes Riverlife at Kangaroo Point have dog-friendly kayak hire events too if you don't own a kayak.

EXPLORE KEDRON BROOK OFF LEASH DOG PARK, GORDON PARK

Start your morning in Windsor with the boys at Alcove Cafe with coffees and breakfast.

   

They even gave us bacon for Milly!

Then jump in the car and head to Gordon Park near Montrose Street (across from Kedron Brook Bike Track) known as "Keddy Brook" to the locals which is an off-leash dog park with a creek running through it so your pup can enjoy a fun swim. The Kedron Brook Bike Track on the other side of the brook stretches over 10kms from Nundah to Mitchelton. 

This doggo was having a swim in the brook when we arrived, with his owners watching close by

The view walking back to the main road, on the left is Kedron Brook bike path

DRINK BEER OR WINE AT A SUNDAY AFTERNOON SESSION
 

Harness up your furry mate and your human buddies for Sunday Sessions at South Bank’s River Quay Green South Bank every Sunday. Overlook the city while you relax and enjoy free live music with your dog. 

Or at WATT Bar, out the back of the Powerhouse in NEW FARM - Have a few cold beverages at WATT, a pet-friendly bar on the river.

FUNDRAISE WITH YOUR DOG AT MILLION PAWS WALK, SOUTH BANK
Fight animal cruelty while taking your dog for a stroll aong the Brisbane River at South Bank. The annual Million Paws Walk helps raise money for helpless, neglected, abused and homeless animals to give them a second chance at finding a new home. Proceeds go to providing essential care and shelter for more than 15,000 dogs each year. Plus, there are plenty of stalls, activities and competitions!

RSPCA BIG ADOPT OUT
BYO Dog or adopt one. Royal Exibition (EKKA) Showgrounds - This is the most adorable free event in all of Australia! Bringing together over 20 rescue groups, 8,000 people and finding homes for over 300 animals. Normally on around mid September every year.

 

Sherwood Forest Park, Sherwood (Also known as Sherwood Arboretum)

 

DOG-FRIENDLY WALKS
Mt Coot-tha Walk, Mt Coot-tha (Go from 7am in the morning while the day is cool).
Toohey Forest, Tarrigindi to Mt Gravatt
Sherwood Forest Park, Sherwood (Also known as Sherwood Arboretum)
Eprapah Conservation Reserve, Victoria Point
Riverwalk, Brisbane to New Farm to Teneriffe
Clontarf Redcliffe Walk, Clontarf
Raven Street Reserve, Chermside
Wynnum-Manly Walk, Wynnum
Boondall Wetlands, Boondall

DOG-FRIENDLY MARKETS
Jan Powers Farmers Markets, Brisbane Powerhouse, New Farm
Milton Markets, Milton
Eat Street Markets, Hamilton
The Collective Markets, South Bank
Jan Powers Farmers Markets, Everton Hills
Carseldine Farmers & Artisan Markets, Carseldine
Manly Markets, Manly
Village Markets, Kelvin Grove
Riverside Gardens Market, Brisbane
Boundary Street Markets, West End
Jan Powers Farmers Mrkets, Hawthorne Twilight Markets, Hawthorne
Davies Park Market, West End
Downey Park Food Trucks, Windsor
Northey Street Organic Market, Windsor

DOG-FRIENDLY BEACHES
Stumers Creek, Coolum Beach
Point Cartwright, Buddina
Wurtulla Beach, Wurtulla
North Shore Off-Leash Dog Beach, Mudjimba
The Southport Spit, Southport
Tallebudgera Dog Off-leash Beach, Palm Beach
Home Beach, North Stradbroke Island
Nudgee Beach, Nudgee
Sandgate Waterfront, Sandgate
Colmslie Beach Reserve, Morningside 
Decker Park, Brighton
Deception Bay Off-Leash Beach, Deception Bay
Red Beach, Bribie Island
Moffat Beach, Caloundra
Currimundi Off-Leash Beach, Currimundi
Sunshine Beach Dog Off-Leash Beach, Sunshine Beach

 

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