Bring your dog to South Bank
Pets are an integral part of the family, so why not make them part of your day out? If you would like to bring your pooch along to South Bank, we have put together some helpful information that you need to know.
Dogs love walking, you get exercise when you do it – everybody wins! We recommend heading to the Clem Jones Promenade or the Arbour for your leisurely stroll. Just make sure you steer clear of South Bank’s wet areas (streams, pools, beach and fountains) and eating areas, as dogs are not permitted there.
South Bank can be quite a busy space with pedestrians, cyclists and even people on segways making the rounds. To keep you and your furry friend safe, we require your pup to be on a lead whilst in the Parklands.
Because “walkies” can be thirsty work, if you don’t carry a doggie drink bottle, there are three water bowls spread across the Parklands. These water bowls are located in front of the Ship Inn, at Riverside Green and at the Cultural Forecourt opposite the Wheel of Brisbane.
If you get caught out without a doggy poo bag, there are bags available at dispensers located at entry points into the Parklands, attached to rubbish bins.
Please be aware that Brisbane City Council’s identified dangerous dog breeds are not permitted at South Bank.
Assistance dogs are welcome in the Parklands, please contact the South Bank Visitor Information and Booking Centre to find out about any special arrangements that can be made for your visit. Call our friendly staff on 07 3156 6366 or email them at [email protected]