Do you live in or around the inner city? Are you tired of taking your dog to the same park or for the same walk every day? Try these
It's estimated that over a million dogs visit Centennial Park every year. Occupying 189 hetares, with 158 of those designated as off-leash areas, it is basically doggy nirvana. Hang out with your pooch near Federation Pavillion and make furry friends. There are multiple cafe's so you're never far from coffee. Entry via gates in Randwick, Queens Park, Paddington and Woollahra.
Milson Park plays host to daily dog gatherings between 4 and 5pm, but if you come in the morning you can start your day with a coffee from the Flying Bear café, on the pier next to the park.
Foreshore Walk and Foreshore Parklands
Grab a coffee from one of Glebe's many cafés and take your pup on a walk through four Sydney parks, from where you can enjoy spectacular views of the Anzac Bridge and Blackwattle Bay. The Foreshore Walk is a dog-friendly slice of heaven, especially at sunset, stretching from Bicentennial Park to the Pyrmont Fish Markets.