The Centenary Lakes Dog Park is a spacious, grassy area where visitors are open to bring their pets in a large outdoor recreation area.
The dog park is completely fenced, so there’s no need to worry about safety.
Centenary Lakes Dog Park, Off-Leash Area, Seats, Map, Caboolture QLD
A day at the Centenary Lakes Dog Park is made even better with the picturesque backdrop of glistening lakes, waterfalls, rainforests, and streams, all of which are thriving with flora and fauna. There are four areas that can be booked to hold a wedding ceremony or reception, too! Explore what the rest of the park has to offer on bicycle or scooter: there is a wide network of well-paved pathways, perfect for exploration.
Why not get some exercise in while you’re here? The park is part of the Moreton Bay’s 10,000 Steps Program in an effort to promote fitness and well-being. The walk starts at the entry of Stringfellow Road, loops around Centenary Lakes, passes right behind the Caboolture Sports Centre, then to Apex Park. There are 2,625 steps in this walk, making up 2.1 kilometres and takes only around 20 minutes to complete.
If you’re looking for more fun things to do in the area, there are tons! Check out the Caboolture Markets on Sunday mornings, featuring over 500 stalls that sell everything from furniture, handmade arts and crafts, plants and seeds, clothing and accessories, and so much more. Bring your appetite because of all the terrific food at the markets including fresh coffee and a range of food made with locally-sourced produce.
The Centenary Lakes Dog Park and surrounding attractions are recommended for families, friends, and outdoor lovers.