Best Brisbane Dog Parks

Here's 10 of Brisbane's best dog parks for pooches to let their fur down:

A large, hilly and at times windy expanse at the far end of Victoria Park, this off leash area is tucked behind the retro Centenary Pool complex.
Riverside Dog Park is one of South Brisbane’s hidden gems - a long narrow offleash park that stretches along the riverfront
One of the largest fenced spaces in the west, coupled with the scenic forested backdrop of Enoggera Hill makes this is a park worth travelling a bit further for.
This small but lovely treed dog park, complete with benches for owners and water for dogs is tucked away on the cusp of Grange Forest.
Make no bones about it, this has to be the most carefree dog off-leash area in Brisbane.
Urban dogs and their owners love this one – a lovely oval of space flanked by the Powerhouse, the river and Cutters landing boardwalk.
The only dog off leash area with sweeping city and district views, this unfenced reserve is dominated by the gargantuan fortress-like hulk of the 1968 built reservoir.
Aquatic Paradise is a unique non-enclosed sea front expanse for dogs.
Another doggy gem in an out of the way place - this is one of Brisbane's largest off-leash areas (4 hectares), dotted with shady trees and the odd picnic shelter.
Decker Park is one of those rare all-in-one parks that suit just about everyone.

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