Bonogin Conservation Area

Kids playing cricket in a park

Bonogin Conservation Area is a 732-hectare reserve located in Bonogin Valley. It was purchased through the City's Open Space Preservation Levy for conservation purposes and for the community to enjoy. The park connects to Springbrook National Park and Bally Mountain Conservation Area and is home to an array of native animals including the rare Glossy Black Cockatoo.

The community can access a short walk through the boardwalk trail that connects Davenport Park to Gardenia Drive and a horse trail on the upper track that also connects Gardenia Drive to Parkmeadows Drive.

Note: Dogs must be walked on a leash unless otherwise stated and are prohibited in all children's playground areas.

Bonogin Conservation Area trail map

Trail map(PDF, 173KB)

Dog exercise areas

City of Gold Coast has numerous areas where you can exercise your dog off leash.

Find an off leash exercise area

Location

Bonogin Conservation Area, adjacent to 163 Gardenia Drive, Bonogin 4213  
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