Location: Brisbane CBD Length: 3km
Starting at the Cliffs Boardwalk, you can watch the climbers on Kangaroo Point Cliffs and meander along the river.
Location: Mt Coot-tha Length: 5.3km return
There’re a whopping 54 dog friendly walking tracks here but the Summit Track is Mt Coot-tha’s most iconic hike.
Location: Toohey Forest Park Length: 2km return
Toohey Forest Park, where Mt Gravatt resides, also boasts no less than 30 walks suitable for dogs!
Location: Seven Hills Bushland Reserve Length: 3km
Nestled away from the hustle and bustle, Seven Hills is great for a peaceful afternoon stroll with your pup.
Location: Whites Hill Reserve Length: 0.5km
Whites Hill Reserve has plenty of walking tracks meandering through eucalypt forest and an awesome dog park for some off-leash fun.
Location: Bunyaville Conservation Park Length: About 3km
The park has a stack of walking tracks, but dogs are only allowed on the numerous shared trails.
Location: Samford Conservation Park Length: 1.8km
Dogs will go wacko for Samford, a 19km drive northwest from central Brisbane.
Location: Koala Bushland CCA Length: 2.4km
The Koala Bushland Coordinated Conservation Area is like Dreamworld for dogs, just 25km southeast of Brisbane.
Location: Moggill Conservation Area Length: 4.2km
Head 22km west from the centre of Brisbane to Moggill Conservation Area, a 500-hectare dog-friendly adventure playground.
Location: Plunkett Conservation Park Length: 6.9km
Plunkett Conservation Park is a sandstone delight with martian landscapes less than an hour south of the city.
Location: Bayview Conservation Area Length: 3.3km
The 1000-hectare Bayview Conservation Area is located 45 minutes southeast of the Brisbane CBD and has over 60km of shared trails to its name.