Spend a Carefree Doggy Day Out at Kedron Brook Floodway Dog Park

Photo Credit: Kedron Brook Off Leash Dog Park / Facebook

Considered as one of the most carefree dog off-leash areas in Brisbane, the Kedron Brook Floodway Dog Park is a long stretch of unfenced grassy land where dogs could run, play, explore, swim, and socialise.

Beginning from Gilbert Road bridge and walking downstream to the east, just before reaching Lutwyche Road, Kedron Brook Floodway Dog Park spans about a couple of kilometres.

The whole northern side of the creek is declared off-leash by the Council and is one of the most popular spots and a great place for dog-walking and catching up with other dog lovers.

Weekdays are not as crowded during weekends, so if you want to meet and chat with other paw-rents who usually gather around Montrose St Bridge, the best times to drop by with your furry friend are evenings and Sunday nights.

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Scattered along the 2-km path are doggy bags and water tap/bowls, so your dog will have a spot to get rehydrated as you walk along. There are picnic shelters along the way too, for you to rest and enjoy barbecuing.

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Dog Park Courtesy

  • Pick up after your dog. Make sure to have bags to dispose off in the designated bins.
  • Make sure that your furkid is up to date on vaccinations.
  • Don’t bring a female dog in heat.
  • Always keep an eye on your dog and make sure he/she is well-mannered at all times.
  • If you have a small dog, find a suitable area where your dog can interact with similar-sized pets.
  • It is advisable not to bring a puppy that is less than four months old.

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