23 Dog Parks In South Australian Towns

Updated January 17, 2021

If you’re planning a driving holiday in SA, it’s good to know where you can let your dog out for a run. The good news is that most towns, even small ones, now have a fenced off-leash area.

The Google map allows you to see where they are and after that is a list with each dog park’s address. Unlike our list of Adelaide suburban dog parks, we haven’t visited them all so in some cases we are relying on local council information.

Please note: we’ve only included parks that we believe to be fully fenced and not shared with other users. If you know of more, or want to make a comment about any on our list, please, please do below!

Dog Parks in Regional SA

Berri: Off Leash Dog Park

Within Colin Jennings Apex Park, enter off Old Sturt Hwy opposite Lean St.


Dog Park, Smelts Rd, Burra North.


clare dog park

Pioneer Park, Pioneer Ave.

Smallish single park just north of the main street.


coonalpyn dog park

Dog Exercise Area, Dukes Hwy. Small single park. Believe it or not, this was the first South Australian dog park, opening in 1995!

A little hard to find as its main access is on the other side of the railway line. You get to it from the Duke’s by crossing a walkway opposite Morton St or driving around.

Farrell Flat

farrell flat dog park

Duncan Park Off-Leash Dog Park. Cameron Terrace. 2 separate large areas with double gates, water, bin, poo bags.  Obstacle course in one. Bench seat in each. Lawned but each with a scrubby treed area along one side.

Thanks to Tania for this information.

Loxton Off Leash Dog Park

136 Bookpurnong Road (adjacent Loxton Tennis Club)

Mannum Enclosed Off Leash Park

Mannum Oval, North Tce. Between the football oval and netball/tennis courts.

Meningie Dog Park

Meningie Community Sports Ground, Narrung Road

Single park with water, shelter, seating and dog exercise equipment.

Mt Barker: Barka Park

Barka dog park

Access from end of Zanker Drive (nr Bluestone Estate). Signposted from Flaxley Rd.
Vast large dog area with range of amusements; separate small dog area also good sized, mostly grass.

Mt Gambier

Hastings Cunningham Reserve Dog Park, Shepherdson Rd.

Murray Bridge

Murray Bridge has several off-leash areas, but does not appear to have a designated ‘dog park’ as such. The closest in function seems to be Kuchel Park, at Lot 524 Lachlan Avenue.


Naracoorte dog park

Market Square Dog Park, MacDonnell Street, Naracoorte

A medium-sized single dog park. Gates don’t have automatic latches so care needed when closing.

Nuriootpa Dog Park

Penrice Road, in the linear park opposite the school sports field.


Dog Park, Telford Ave (Main St). Western end of town, just past Steamtown on the opposite side of the road (next to the Nissen Hut).

Port Elliot

Port Elliot Dog Park
Port Elliot

Dog Park, Kurramin Ct (Waterport Heritage Reserve). Greyhounds are being allowed to exercise off leash here between 9 and 11am every second Sunday (the park is closed to other dogs at this time). Check the Alexandrina website for more info and see also West Torrens.

Quorn Dog Park

Corner of East Terrace and First Street. Jumps, slides and other acitivites for dogs.


renmark dog park

Off Leash Dog Park, cnr Seventeenth & Paringa St.

A large single park with shade trees and tunnels.

Tailem Bend

tailem dog park
Tailem Bend

Rogers Park, North Terrace/Railway Tce.

Fairly small single park, recently upgraded, and a welcome respite on the way.


tintinara dog park

Dog Exercise Area, Dukes Hwy

Single dog park right on the Dukes Highway opposite Gully Street.

Truro Enclosed Off Leash Park

Pioneer Park, Moorundie Street.

Victor Harbor

cnr of George Main Rd and Oval Park Rd. Small and large dog exercise areas.

Waikerie Off Leash Dog Park

Sichler Street (opposite the Waikerie Bowling Club)


whyalla dog park

Whyalla Dog Park, Searle St. Large single enclosed area to run.

That’s it, so far. The next two may be Williamstown and Kadina, but they are only in the design stage in 2020. Keep me updated!

By Andrew Spanner BVSc(Hons) MVetStud, a vet in Adelaide, Australia. These blogs are from a series regularly posted on email and Twitter. Subscribe via email here to never miss a story!
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