Ironbark Dog Cafe

Victoria Point

Ironbark Dog Café in Victoria Point is Brisbane’s only offleash dog park where pooches can lap up a puppycino whilst owners enjoy a coffee.

Located within the grounds of an historic white cottage that is home to a number of local businesses, Ironbark consists of a shady tropical garden with tables and chairs, a loveseat for dogs, and coffee kombi with toy dog ‘driver’.

Ironbark Dog Café Victoria Point

The back gate opens to a path leading to local walks and an offleash council dog park with agility equipment.

Ironbark Dog Café Victoria Point

Within Ironbark garden there’s also a water station for thirsty pups and a basket of toys for all sized dogs.

Ironbark Dog Café Victoria Point

Coffee and puppycinos are ordered from the attached Whitehouse Blend café (through the gate and up the ramp) , which also serves toasties, sweet and savoury  baked goodies and a fantastic range of doggie treats.

Ironbark Dog Café Victoria Point

Need to know – There is free parking available onsite. You'll find Ironbark Dog Cafe down the back ramp of the white cottage which houses Whitehouse Blend cafe.

Ironbark Dog Café

312 Colburn Ave

Victoria Park


312 Colburn Ave Victoria Point

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