Dogs play an important part in the lives of residents and visitors to Sydney Olympic Park and are very welcome to enjoy the open spaces and Parklands with their responsible owners.
We ask dog owners and professional walkers to be considerate of the environment and visitors with a few key points. When in a public space a responsible dog owner:
The Parklands includes many sensitive habitats, which are home to more than 250 species of native animals and over 400 species of native plants, including threatened species. For this reason, there are places within the Park where dogs are not permitted, including Badu Mangroves, the Brickpit Ring Walk and Newington Armory and areas within the Narawang Wetland.
Dogs must be kept on sealed pathways and away from wildlife habitat such as long grass, bushland, ponds, creeks and wetlands.
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Off leash areas
You may let your dog run free in our off leash area behind P5 Car Park, Hill Road.
*If you know that your dog is not friendly toward people or other dogs, we request that you do not use the off leash area, and that you maintain a safe distance from all other dogs and people
Other local off leash areas are located at:
• Pierre De Coubertin Dog Park, Ave of Oceania, Newington
• Mcllwaine Park, Concord Road, Rhodes (before 9am and after 5pm only)
• Powells Creek Reserve, Conway Avenue, North Strathfield