Centennial Parklands

Queens Park Rd Queens Park NSW 2022

  • Bins
  • Seating

Centennial Parklands, comprising Centennial Park, Moore Park and Queens Park, provide 385 hectares of recreational land for Sydneysiders and visitors alike. Dogs are welcome in the Parklands. There are regulations for dogs in the Parklands to make sure dogs do not compromise safety in areas where there are horses, cars, cyclists, children or sporting activities.  The ‘Dogs in the Parklands’ brochure (available from the link below), outlines your responsibilities as a dog owner and has a map of the Parklands showing on-leash, off-leash and prohibited areas.


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For additional information please visit the Centennial Parklands website.

Note: While Doggo aims to provide the most up-to-date information, councils and/or park authorities may change their regulations regarding dog exercise areas at any time. We suggest checking with the relevant park management for the latest information.

Last Updated: February 27, 2014 - Does this listing need updating? Let us know


  1. Emma

    This is one of our favourite parks. Lots of really nice and well-behaved dogs to socialise with, huge open spaces and lots of trees/shrubs for the dogs to sniff around. And The Shed cafe has just opened: http://blog.centennialparklands.com.au/the-shed-queens-park-opens/ – with outdoor seating if you’re with your pooch!

  2. Rod Bee

    It’s impossible to put a Dollar Value on the health value of this as it’s just too good!! Where would the people of Sydney go if we didn’t have beautiful Centennial and Queens Parks for our dogs and kids to run around in endlessly.
    All free and with Bins and Poo Bags too.

    You will always have a great run here for people and dogs. Watch out for cyclists too.


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