Dog Friendly Parks & Beaches

Off Leash and On Leash Dog friendly parks and beaches on Bribie Island.

Off The Leash Locations

  • In the enclosed area marked by official signs forming part of Cosmos Park on the corner of Sunderland Drive and Cosmos Avenue, Bribie Island behind the Croquet Club.
  • On the beach from Red Beach car park around to Woody Bay, Woorim, Bribie Island.
  • On the beach from Woody Bay to the pathway opposite the Koolamara at the corner of Lowry and Benelong Streets, Woorim, Bribie Island.

Rules for Off the Leash Locations

  1. Be a competent person 16 years of age or over.
  2. Be able to control the dog (by voice command or other means).
  3. Remove and place dog faeces in a suitable bag and dispose of in an appropriate waste bin.
  4. Dogs are prohibited from conservation parks, sports fields, reserves and foreshores unless designated as a dog exercise area.
  5. Dogs are prohibited from being within 15 metres of any childrens’ playground at all times.

NOTE: The owner of a dog is legally responsible if the dog attacks a person or animal. Please contact your local council or RSPCA for further details on dog restrictions.

This is a guide only. For more information on rules for Off Leash areas for dogs phone Moreton Bay Regional Council on 07 3205 0555.

On Leash Only Location

  • The entrance to Woorim Beach, Bribie Island from the entrance at the northern end of North Street northwards to the 4WD access track.
  • The beach north of Boronia Drive to the end of Sylvan Beach Esplanade, Bribie Island.

Dog Waste Bins

  • Woorim, 8th Avenue, car park walkway to the beach.
  • Woorim, Park in Bennelong Street.
  • Woorim, Skirmish Point car park.
  • Bongaree, Red Beach car park.
  • Bongaree, South Esplanade.
  • Bongaree, Welsby Parade south of Aeroplane Park.
  • Bongaree, Welsby Parade near bus shelter.
  • Bellara Sylvan Beach Esplanade Park, near boat ramp.
  • Bellara Sylvan Beach Esplanade Park, near Boronia Drive.
  • Banksia Beach, Cosmos Park, Sunderland Drive behind the Croquet Club.
  • Banksia Beach, Solander Esplanade, Col Fisher Park.

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