Tasmania is a stunning place packed full of bushland and beaches, making it the perfect location for a trip away.

And, if you’re hoping to bring man’s best friend along for the ride, then these amazing dog-friendly accommodations in Tasmania will take the guess work out of planning your next holiday.

 

Richmond Farm © Tourism Tasmania & Kathryn Leahy

 

Tara’s Richmond Farmstay

Located in the serene countryside, Tara’s Richmond Farmstay is a charming getaway on a working farm. Guests have the choice between four self contained cabins, surrounded by lots of open space for your dogs to run around and explore. Join in on the daily animal feeding, egg collecting, and fruit picking, or sit back and relax in the quiet surrounds. Only 20 minutes from Hobart, this is the perfect holiday experience for you and your pooch.

 

 

Enjoy the outdoors at Forest Walks Lodge

 

Forest Walks Lodge

Forest Walks Lodge is located in Jackeys Marsh in Northern Tasmania. It’s surrounded by world heritage forests, with plenty of bushwalking tracks and open spaces to explore. And, keep an eye out for the amazing wildlife that call this region their home. You and your pets can spend the day wandering through the vast landscape, before returning to a delicious meal prepared by the accommodation’s head chef, and full of fresh local produce.

 

 

Strahan Beach © Pete Harmsen

 

Strahan Beach Tourist Park

For affordable, family friendly accommodation, look no further than Strahan Beach Tourist Park. Found on the shores of a stunning beach, guests can choose from a variety of self-contained cabins, each with their own unique charm. Take advantage of the camp kitchen and BBQ, or let your dog run wild down West Strahan Beach, part of the wonderful open grounds of this property.

 

 

Ariel view of Hobart © Luke Tscharke

 

Bakers Retreat

Bakers Retreat boasts an ideal central location in Hobart city. It’s walking distance to an abundance of dog-friendly shops and parks, making it the ultimate spot for those wanting to stay connected. Plus, each room has an outdoor patio extending into a garden, perfect for your pooch to release some energy, or just stretch their legs.

 

 

Coal Mines Historic site, located near Coalmines Retreat © Tourism Tasmania & Kathryn Leahy

 

Coalmines Escape

This four bedroom getaway is located on 5 acres of stunning land, metres away from Salem Bay. Dogs will love the garden and private beach access, while owners can indulge their holiday spirit with a pizza oven and outdoor fire pit. Strolling down to Salem Bay, the crystal clear water is perfect for boating, kayaking, or swimming, a great way to pass the day away in the sun. Or, venture out into nature with a local bushwalk, guaranteed to tire your puppy out before the day is done. Coalmines Escape has it all.

 

 

Hawley Beach, near Hawley House © Jess Bonde

 

Hawley House

Built in 1878, Hawley House is great for large groups, with space for up to 40 guests across all of their houses. This historic building is surrounded by nature and located by the coastline, giving you access to amazing bushwalking trails and dog-friendly beaches. For the more sociable pets, the friendly host animals are there to keep your dog company. Every stay also includes a delicious buffet breakfast with all your favourites.

 

 

Looking out onto Ben Lomond National Park © Tourism Tasmania & Rob Burnett

 

Craggy Peaks

Located in the historic Fingal Valley in North East Tasmania, Craggy Peaks is ideal for those seeking some peace and privacy. It’s surrounded by beautiful bushland, with access to bushwalks and streams to investigate with your pooch. There are 15 self-contained cabins to choose from, each with their own parking spots and a private deck for absolute tranquillity. You’ll see breathtaking views of the Ben Lomond National Park and Stacks Bluff, all from the comfort of your private home.

 

 

dog-friendly accomodations in Tasmania

Stanley and The Nut © Jess Bonde

 

Stanley Lakeside Spa Cabins

Stanley Lakeside Spa Cabins has a wonderful central location, with easy access to attractions such as Rocky Cape National Park, and a variety of interesting historic buildings in the surrounding area which can be explored on the Stanley Heritage Walk. Take advantage of the accommodation’s own salt water lake, and private beach area perfect for long walks with your dog. These Spa Cabins are a great getaway for the whole family, including furry companions.

 

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