Taking Your Dog Off-Leash on Bribie Island

Bribie Island is well-known as a great destination for humans of all ages.

But did you know it’s also a great place for man’s best friend?

With designated dog parks and beaches – including off-leash areas – Bribie Island has plenty of spaces that cater to dogs and their human owners alike.

Red Beach

Red Beach is Bribie Island’s main dog off-leash beach. Accessible via a path from the car park, it’s a stretch of what can only be described as dog heaven – a place where your dog can frolic to their heart’s content while you enjoy a quiet seat in the sandy shade.

Sand, water and dunes provide plenty of space for your four-legged friend to play, making Red Beach an ideal destination regardless of whether your dog prefers to take a dip, run around or play fetch.

Thanks to its small waves, it’s a relatively safe option for those dogs who think they’re actually dolphins.

And with ample access to vines and driftwood, you’ll find everything you need for a game of fetch right there at your fingertips.

Alternatively, you and your canine companion can take a walk for a couple of kilometres around the corner to the off-leash section of Woorim Beach.

Dogs at GemLife

At GemLife Bribie Island, we understand that your four-legged friends are an important part of your family.

So not only do we welcome dog owners and their dogs to our pet-friendly community – we also have designated dog off-leash areas to ensure you can enjoy the convenience of off-leash play just down the road from your home.


** Every endeavour has been made to ensure that this information is correct at the time of publishing. However, as GemLife Bribie Island does not control rules and regulations concerning off-leash areas outside the GemLife Bribie Island resort, we cannot guarantee the accuracy of any of the information we have shared. As such, we recommend you contact Moreton Bay Regional Council directly to learn more.


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