Dog Off-leash Areas

There are 10 Dog Off-Leash Areas for you and your dog to enjoy.

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Your dog must be kept on a leash in all public places, but there are 10 beautiful reserves in the City of Norwood Payneham & St Peters where you can let your dog run off-leash.

Regular exercise is an important part of dog ownership and helps to ensure that your dog is socialised and fit. Regular exercise can also reduce the likelihood of health issues, provide your dog with mental and sensory stimulation, and help prevent boredom, which in turn reduces barking, destructive and other antisocial behaviour.

For location details and times, download the Dog Off-Leash Areas Map or refer to the listing below.

Download: Dog Off-Leash Areas Map

Drage Reserve

Summer: Daily 7:00pm – 10:00am
Winter: Daily 5:00pm – 10:00am


Location:
Riverside Drive,
Felixstow

Borthwick Park

Daily 5:00pm – 10:00am

Location:
Thornton Street,
Kensington

Buik Crescent Reserve

Off-leash at all times

Location:
Buik Crescent,
Marden

Hutchinson Park

Daily 5:00pm – 10:00am

Location:
Corner Bond Street and Free Street,
Norwood

Richards Park

Summer: Daily 8:00pm – 9:00am
Winter: Daily 5:00pm – 9:00am

Location:
Magill Rd,
Norwood

Linde Reserve

Only within the area located west of the creek.

Off-leash at all times

Location:
Between Nelson Street and Stepney Street,
Stepney

St Morris Reserve

Daily 5:00pm – 8:00am

Location:
Corner Green Street and Seventh Avenue,
St Morris

Hannaford Reserve

Off-leash at all times

Location:
Corner Winchester Street and Seventh Avenue,
St Peters

Otto Park

Off-leash all times

Location:
Corner Second Avenue and St Peters Street,
St Peters

LG Perriam Memorial Oval
(St Peters River Park)

Within the River Torrens Linear Park

Off-leash at all times

(except during organised
activities, i.e. sporting events)

Location:
LG Perriam Memorial Oval
within the River Torrens Linear Park