Best Dog parks in Sydney

Do you live in Sydney? Want to find the best places to take your dog for a walk? Dog parks are a great way to socialise your pup or dogs and stay active – regular exercise is a major contributor to your dog’s health. Here’s a roundup of dog parks in Sydney.


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Centennial Park, NSW 2021

Located in the Sydney city centre, this park has plenty of open space for your pooch to freely run around. The park has off lead areas and it’s the perfect spot to exercise and socialise your fur babies, however your dogs must be under control at all times. Also according to the Centennial Parkland guide for dogs, “dogs should be kept away from ponds, pond banks, long grass and shrubs, which are sensitive areas and home to native fauna”. Don’t forget to pick up after your dogs, and keep them away from the horses.


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Bicentennial Park, Glebe Foreshore

This dog friendly park with panoramic views of Rozelle Bay is a safe haven for your fur babies. The off leash area is towards the western part of the park; however remember that dogs need to be on a leash on the eastern side of the park. It’s a great place for your pooch to run around and meet new friends.


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Connie Lowe Reserve, Rouse Hill

There’s a fully fenced area where your pooch can run freely and have the time of their life. Connie Lowe Reserve supplies doggy waste bags and there’s a tap to fill up water buckets for dogs.  Just make sure that you pick up after your dog.


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Blenheim Park, North Ryde 2113

This is a fantastic park for your dogs with a fenced off-leash area and plenty of friendly and happy pooches. There is a shaded seating area and a dog fountain within the off-leash area and BBQ, picnic shelters in the park making it a great place for a family outing.


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Blenheim Park, North Ryde 2113

This is a fantastic park for your dogs with a fenced off-leash area and plenty of friendly and happy pooches. There is a shaded seating area and a dog fountain within the off-leash area and BBQ, picnic shelters in the park making it a great place for a family outing.


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Sources:
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