Pop up booths

Council are conducting responsible pet ownership information stalls at popular coastal foreshores. Talk to a council officer to find more about the education blitz and nearby coastal pathway walks you can enjoy with your dogs.

Our Response Service Officers will be setting up a pop up marquee or the beach buggy at these popular destination for locals and tourists to provide information about responsible dog ownership. Come and say hello and get information on:

  • where you can exercise your dog
  • cat management
  • keeping your pets and wildlife safe
  • sharing and respecting the space with other users
  • registration and microchipping
  • dog waste #bagitandbinit
  • barking dog concerns
  • our education programs.

Plus, you can pick up some freebies for your dog, or activities for the kids.

Response Services also collaborates at pop ups and local events with Council’s Biosecurity Education Team. This enables us to engage further with the community on the importance of responsible pet ownership and to educate in the protection of invasive plants and feral animals.

For more information refer to Biosecurity Education Program.

"Your Pet, Your Responsibility”

Note: Event may be cancelled due to wet weather.

3Bokarina Beach Playground, Beach Access 247, 402 Oceanic Drive, WurtullaWednesday 7 June 20237am–9am
3Kawana Surf Club Park, 99 Pacific Boulevard, BuddinaSunday 11 June 2023 7am–9am
4Kawana Island Dog Park, 51 Grand Parade, ParrearraWednesday 21 June 20237am–9am
4Western End, Jessica Park, MinyamaFriday 23 June 20237am–9am
4Buhk Family Park, Alexandra Parade, Alexandra HeadlandSaturday 24 June 20233pm–5pm
5Mooloolah Recreation Reserve, (Dog of leash area), Way Street, Mooloolah ValleyWednesday 28 June 20237am–9am
5Tesch Park, Maleny Library, 5 Coral Street, MalenyFriday 30 June 20233pm–5pm
5Mary Cairncross Park, 148 Mountain View Road, MalenySunday 2 July 20237am–9am
6Sippy Downs Dog Park, Sippy DownsWednesday 5 July 20233pm–5pm
6Glenfields Neighbourhood Park,  Glenfields Boulevard, Mountain CreekFriday 7 July 20237am–9am
6Quota Hideaway Park, 31 Cootamundra Drive, Mountain CreekSaturday 8 July 20233pm–5pm
6Elizabeth Daniels Dog Park,  Mooloolaba Road, BuderimWednesday 12 July 20237am–9am
7Foote Memorial Sanctuary, Park Lane, BuderimFriday 14 July 20233pm–5pm
7Cumberland Way Park, BuderimSunday 16 July 20237am–9am
8Sunshine Cove Park,  Sunrise Drive, MaroochydoreWednesday 19 July 20233pm–5pm
8Chambers Island Conservation Reserve, Bradman Avenue, MaroochydoreFriday 21 July 20237am–9am
8Picnic Point, Picnic Point Esplanade, MaroochydoreSunday 23 July 20233pm–5pm
9Lions and Norrie Job Park, David Low Way, Coolum BeachWednesday 26 July 20237am–9am
9Peregian Springs Fenced Dog Park, The Avenue, Peregian SpringsFriday 28 July 20233pm–5pm
9Peregian Breeze Linear Park, Peregian Breeze Drive, Peregian BreezeSaturday 29 July 2023 7am–9am
10Mount Ninderry, Eucalyptus Crescent, NinderryWednesday 2 August 20233pm–5pm
10Burnside Park, 7 Cameron Place, NambourFriday 4 August 20237am–9am
10Quota Memorial Park, Dog Off leash Park, Mathew Street, NambourSunday 6 August 20233pm–5pm

Download a brochure showing some of the dog walks available.

Sunshine Coast Council acknowledges the Sunshine Coast Country, home of the Kabi Kabi peoples and the Jinibara peoples, the Traditional Custodians, whose lands and waters we all now share.
We commit to working in partnership with the Traditional Custodians and the broader First Nations (Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander) community to support self-determination through economic and community development.
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