Dog Friendly Parks on the Northern Beaches.
Looking for a place to take your four-legged fur baby whilst getting some much-needed fresh air for yourself?
While there are a number of places your dog friend can’t go, surprisingly, the Northern Beaches is home to an array of amazing dog friendly parks, beaches, and walking trails. We’ve compiled a list of some of our fave pooch-loving public places you and your doggo can enjoy.
We recommend checking out the Northern Beaches Council website before visiting as some areas have restricted off-leash times and changes to hours, following Public Health Orders that continue to be adapted.
Get ready to ‘unleash’ the fun and games… see what we did there.
Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve, Adam Street Reserve and Curl Curl Lagoon
Completely dog friendly and alive with four-paws activity, Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve is a large and popular Dog Friendly Beach. With water access where Curl Curl Lagoon enters Curl Curl beach, Flora and Ritchie Roberts Reserve allows all dogs off-leash at all times. The grassy dunes and natural lagoon make for an exciting area for dogs and children alike to have the time of their life.
Meanwhile, across the road, Adams Street Reserve is an open field and is off-leash; except when sports are being played.
And, if that’s not enough, there is also a great on-lead coastal walk that has stunning ocean views all the way from Curl Curl Beach to Freshwater Beach (4km return) to get you both moving.