Our list of the best dog-friendly accomodation in Queensland will take the stress out of planning a trip away with your pets, so you can focus on relaxing and enjoying your holiday before it even begins.
The Birdsville Hotel
This iconic outback pub has been a refuge for travellers for over 130 years. And now, it could be the perfect place for you and your furry friends to seek solace from city living. The Birdsville area is also an iconic tourist location, home to the Big Red Bash, one of Australia’s most popular music festivals, as well as astounding natural features including red sand dunes as high as 30 meters. Choose from several air-conditioned accommodation units, and kickstart your outback adventure at the Birdsville Hotel.
Bells by the Beach
Bells by the Beach is a self contained cottage with a fenced garden, meaning you can rest easy knowing your dog is safe and secure. It’s located in Boulis next to beaches with plenty of space for dogs to run and swim, and the house comes with an off-floor dog bed, as well as food and drink bowls. You’ll also find locally sourced dog treats and squeaky toys on the property for hours of entertainment. With friendly owners and a great location, Bells by the Beach truly has it all.
With dog friendly rooms located on the ground floor, and quick access to courtyards or balconies, Crystalbrook Bailey is the ideal place for a dog-friendly trip to Cairns. Your stay comes with complimentary food and water bowls, as well as a special treat from Harley and Me on arrival. The central location means it’s only a short walk to plenty of parks and dog-friendly cafes, so you can bring your dog with you when exploring the surrounding region.
Vacy Hall is a stunning historic hotel built in 1873 with a charming boutique feel. The highest rated accommodation in Toowoomba, guests are guaranteed to get swept up in the nostalgic feeling of the building. It’s only a short walk into town to experience lots of historic attractions including the Downs Steam Railway, and with a fenced in dog run located in one of their cottages, there’s plenty of ways to entertain your pooch while on holiday.
Set amongst the farmland and granite boulders of the Granite Belt, Allure Stanthorpe offers the choice between two luxury private villas, fully equipped with everything you’ll need for a relaxing getaway. On arrival, your dog will receive a bathrobe, dog bed, and a gift bag of toiletries and treats. Plus, you’ll be provided with a list of dog friendly attractions in the area, for holiday living at its best.
With stunning skyline views from your room, View Brisbane is a gem in the heart of a busy city. It’s located minutes from shopping, entertainment, and dog-friendly venues, as well as offering plenty of dining options of their own. While staying, you can also take advantage of their dog concierge service, which offers the best recommendations for dog-friendly places to eat and stay,
Mount Isa Discovery Parks
If camping is more your style, then why not stop over at this dog-friendly campground in Mount Isa? With options to choose from powered and unpowered sites, Discovery Parks caters to the adventurer at heart. They offer access to cooking facilities, swimming pools, and are located near the popular Outback Park, meaning there’s something for the whole family. Your pooch will be able to explore the open grounds before settling down for a quiet night in the outback.
Wongari Eco Cabin
Wongari Eco Cabins offer comfortable cabin accommodation completely surrounded by nature. Take serenity to a new level as you and your dog explore the surrounding creeks, waterfalls, and Wongari forest in complete isolation. Or, sign up for a guided walk and venture even further into the beautiful Lamington National Park. The site is powered by renewable energy and is the perfect place for those seeking a peaceful getaway.
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