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Does anyone have a recomendation for a dog friendly place in Bega. I would like to take our pet greyhound and old staffy with us on a trip. Any suggestions on where we should visit while there??

Haven't stayed in these personally - but they've always looked nice

Sapphire Coast/Bega/ Takeabreak

Thanks Tassie will check one out next month. One with a fire place with this cold weather!!

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puddles   

Hi Guys,

I just wanted to share my experience with pet friendly accomodation! I stayed at Bay Bed and Breakfast while down at Hervey Bay in QLD for an obedience trial a couple of months ago. They were fantastic! Elvis had a yard he could run around in, and they even have a little self contained part to the B and B that you can actually have dogs inside! Its a street back from the beach which is a bonus! Hosts are lovely and I will certainly be returning for a holiday!

Melissa

here is their website

http://www.baybedandbreakfast.com.au/

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puddles   

HELP! am wanting to do a trial in Laidley end August but am struggling to find anywhere to stay that is dog friendly! anyone assist??

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Panto   

Recently stayed in Orange with a lovely couple who run a B&B (in Clifton Grove).

Lovely ensuite room, delicious breakfast, and heaps of space. The acerage is fully fenced, except the front gate doesnt shut (a little ways down the front) because the driveway is higher than the gate - I think they will fix this in the near future so might be worth a call if that is the only thing that is important to you - If so they also have a fenced off tennis court space with a huge new shed if you are going out.

Oh... and the bonus? Fur-kids welcome inside, and fur-host Landy (JRTx?) is an old hand at welcoming his guests :)

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Brinca   

Inskip Point Camping - Rainbow Beach

We camp here every year it is absolutely gorgeous and the dogs have a ball too!! :thumbsup:

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Hi Everyone

I am after somewhere to stay on the Central Coast NSW. Needs to be dog friendly ( allow them inside) and not too expensive, alot of the houses on stayz are lovely but very expensive :(

A year ago my mum moved in with her partner and he wouldnt allow Chloe(ckcs) to be inside, so she came to live with me. I dearly miss visitng my mum and taking my "kids" with me, so I am hoping to find somewhere to stay for a night or 2 every 2-3 months so I can take the "kids" with me.

Can anyone suggest anywhere???

TIA

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Hi Everyone

I am after somewhere to stay on the Central Coast NSW. Needs to be dog friendly ( allow them inside) and not too expensive, alot of the houses on stayz are lovely but very expensive :(

A year ago my mum moved in with her partner and he wouldnt allow Chloe(ckcs) to be inside, so she came to live with me. I dearly miss visitng my mum and taking my "kids" with me, so I am hoping to find somewhere to stay for a night or 2 every 2-3 months so I can take the "kids" with me.

Can anyone suggest anywhere???

TIA

When your looking for accommodation google the town you want to stay and the words pet friendly, disregard stayz , takeabreak ect. as these sites charge a fee for listing on the site and another fee for nights stayed. If you look a bit harder you will find properties with there own website that will more often than not be cheaper than what they are listed on stayz as they are not paying fees.

Also if you are looking at booking a place in peak times such as Christmas or Easter, many properties will block out these dates on the stayz website as they will be booked out anyway, we only use these sites when we need them.

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NEW SOUTH WALES

102a, Bermagui

Website

An absolutely gorgeous big house in the bush near the beach. Dogs allowed, not meant to be inside but we found the owner very accommodating and friendly (he has a friendly lab). A gorgeous large yard and quite secure fencing (but not that tall). Some great off leash beaches in the area which are pretty deserted most of the year. -wuffles

Ballantine Estate, Wootton near Bulahdelah

Website

We stayed in the Dairy, really lovely - dogs allowed inside - big verandah, lovely views, very quite, hosts very welcoming, BUT no separate fenced yard/gates on the verandah - and stock around, so dogs on lead outside. We took a tie out/tether lead thing so we could bring the fur baby outside so hang out on the grass patch next to us and chew his bone while hang out in the spa on the verandah. -leo01

Giba Gunyah Country Cottages, Bemboka

I've plugged these folks before ... Giba Gunyah Country Cottages in Bemboka, near Bega on the NSW South Coast. An easy drive to Tathra Beach from there.

We've been going there every year since 2005 for our wedding anniversary.

There are two self-contained cottages -- the artist-built stone cottage and the pine cottage -- with fenced yards, wood fires, lots of trees for shade, lots of buried bones for happy dogs, the Bemboka River at the end of the driveway for a dip ... and a whole lotta peace and quiet

I can't recommend the hosts Ros and John highly enough. Lovely people, with a lovely, friendly chocolate labrador named Charlie

There are cows, dams, (contained) chooks, fire trails and all sorts of interesting smells for the dogs. Cats can stay, too.

Dogs are allowed in the cottages, but not on the furniture or in the bedroom areas. We always crate Jack in front of the fire when we stay. -Mooper

Glen Waverly, Glen Innes

Website

Lovely new cottage - dogs allowed inside - big verandah, lovely views, very welcoming hosts. Only downside, no separate fenced yard - and stock around, so dogs on lead outside. - or at least for my guys. -Tassie

Narrawallee Beach House near Ulladulla

Website

You only need to bring your clothes & food. Everything is supplied. Dogs allowed inside the only stipulation was you bring covers for the furniture if the dogs are so inclined. The only thing was the yard was said to be secure but I wouldn't leave my dogs alone in the yard if going out as 2 were wire & only a little over waist height.

There's even toys, books, videos, colour pencils & games for the kids. -luvsdogs

North Head, Moruya

Adjacent to dog-friendly beach.

Flush toilets+ pit/hybrid toilets.

Cold showers only.

Drinking and bore water.

Campfires with firewood from council caretaker (when doing AM and PM rounds).

Between the airport and the sea.

Very small airport and not at all noisy the weekend we stayed there.

$14 per night for 2 adults. -Poodle wrangler

NSW Ski Gardens, Hawkesbury River

1km out from Wiseman's Ferry, Sydney.

Website

Hey all! I can reccommend a GREAT water ski park if that's your thing!

Camping and day fees are extremely cheap, there are permanent concrete based shelters in the camp grounds with tables and power fitted, there's a sink for washing up (drains into a bucket!), the campgrounds are right next to the river which, at low tide has a small beach and best of all- they allow dogs!! So many ski parks in the Hawkesbury area do not allow dogs, so this was a great surprise. They also have cabins available.

Our dog loved it, and I absolutely loved having my dog with me- even on the boat!! -Cazwah

Pether Cottage, Talbingo

Website

We spent the weekend there with our great dane, greyhound and my parents with their Alaskan malamute.

The fences weren't very high, but our dogs aren't fence jumpers, so no problems.

The house was well equipped, you can hire linen or take your own. Games and videos/DVDs were available, and everything you could think of in the kitchen. Sleeps 8 comfortably, and probably 10 would be okay as well.

The dogs loved the walks, and there's lakes nearby for fishing and swimming. Close to Mt Selwyn as well, although I pobably wouldn't leave the dogs on their own. Little country town with a club, restaurant and general store.

We've been going camping in the area forever, so was nice to stay in a house this time. -Flashsmum

Riverwood Downs, Hunter Valley

Website

we stayed here (before had our pup tho - he actually comes from there tho) the place is great, plenty of accommodation options, restaurant is awesome, whole atmosphere is very relaxing -auir

Stormhaven, Mystery Bay [Owned by a DOLer!]

Website [Page 3 'Stormhaven']

Ok, I'm going to be cheeky and put in a plug for my holiday cottage at Mystery Bay NSW. It is situated between Narooma and Tilba on the far South Coast,

I went to Mystery Bay for a holiday two years ago and the entire area is so spectacular that I bought a place and plan to move there as soon as I possibly can. In the meantime I want to share it with other dog lovers.

There is a huge, fully fenced back yard. Dogs are allowed inside and all I ask is that you bring some coverings for the furniture and beds if your dogs are like mine and like to claim all the lounges.

You have your own beach four hundred metres away down a lovely bush track. It is off leash before 10 am and after 4 pm during peak season and off leash .24 hours for the rest of the year. A 10 minute drive to Narooma will bring you to more spectacular beaches which are off leash areas all year round. At this time of year humpbacks come right into Mystery Bay to play so bring binnoculars if you want to see them up close and personal

The main bedroom has a queensized bed, second bedroom has a double bed, and the third bedroom has a doule plus two single beds. It will accomodate 8 although at a pinch we can fit another on the sofa bed in the loungeroom. -Kaz

Tilba Waterfront Cottages

Website

Dogs not allowed inside when we stayed there (couple of years ago) but a nice place.

Clean, self-contained, near lake and good facilities- communal BBQ area with fireplace. -Poodle wrangler

Turon Gates

Website

We've stayed there a few times & enjoyed it & so have the dogs. You need to be self sufficient but Capertee is not too far away & there's a pub there. Incavale

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Feel free to add your recommendations for places to stay with your pooches, and I'll edit the first posts to add them. Feel free to add your own accommodation if you own pet friendly accommodation. The more the better!

Please rate the site out of 5 :laugh: and put a little about what you thought of it.

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Baffle Bob's Caravan Park, Bundaberg

Website

I stayed at 'Baffle Bob's Caravan Park' a few years back, it was excellent. It is just North of Bundaberg..take the road to Rules Beach.

Cabins, and caravans for staying in as well as tent and van sites. There is a boat ramp onto Baffle Creek so you can go fishin'.

Nola & Bob were great hosts! -Boronia

Camp Tailwaggers, Gold Coast

Website

Just make sure your tick preventative is up to scratch. -Mystiqview

Love Camp Tailwaggers

Went to the K9 force camp

The accommodation is excellent, the dog yard is secure.

I really really really loved the bushwalking tracks around the property (so did the dogs) - loved all the names esp Whippet Way he he

$150 for 2 nights - self contained

Wonderful view over Tweed Heads

Can't speak highly enough of them

Great training facility too

Off leash enclosed area for dogs to run -Neats

My OH and i took our four to Camp Tailwaggers last year for a short stay, and we loved it too! Our big dogs had a swim in the dam and then did the walking trails. It was pretty quiet when we went so we practically had the place to ourselves:) -Sabby

We stayed at Camp Tailwaggers in mid January this year. Unfortunately there was a big storm the night we stayed so we didn't see much outside the cabin.

For the $80p/n price tag this is a pretty good place to stay. Cabins are basic but clean and comfortable. Food bowls, water bowls and towels are provided for furry guests. There's a great view from the cabins as well.

For us the only disappointing thing was the dam which to me seemed more like a giant mud puddle (maybe expected too much). There were a couple of dried out toads around the edge of the dam as well which we had to remove before pup could relax.

A couple of things to note, the undercover carports were only just wide enough for our lancer so if you have a bigger car don't go when hail is expected (yes it hails up there).

Also, the kitchen is only equipped with very basic items, if you're planning on cooking meals, take your own oil, butter, salt, strainer, grater and microwave containers. -16Paws

Flanagan Reserve

Website

It's gorgeous out there, and surrounded by lovely views and mountains. Boo loved swimming in the river. Quite a few people with dogs, and even on the busy Australia day weekend there is enough space for everyone to spread out so you aren't on top of one another. No site allocation here - you just pull up where you want. If using a GPS to get there expect the roads not to be found unless you google earth the coordinates and put those in. -Kissindra-

Harmony Nature Retreat, Highland Park

27 Josephine Terrace

Highland Park, Queensland 4211

Website

This place is lovely if you are going away with one or two dogs. It is a little self contained cabin. The dog(s) are allowed to sleep inside and the people are extremely friendly. Kelza

Tambourine Mountain Caravan and Camping

Website

dogs allowed if you are staying at the powered/non-powered campsites with your own tent/caravan. Not allowed in the luxury pre-set-up safari tents but if your dogs are fine to sleep outside in a crate/pen I think they'd be fine with that. The owners have dogs and ask that you pick up poop and keep them under control either on lead or penned at all times and unless your dogs spend the entire time barking you wont have a problem. we had our own little campfire on site and most of the sites I saw had them, there is also a communal campfire site. They are happy for to collect your own firewood, bring a hatchet and you'll find plenty without needing to buy any. You can reserve a hotplate and other bits and pieces if (like us) you haven't yet managed to buy everything in BCF

we took along the bunning compost panels and made a pen around the entrance of our tent and reinforced it with tent pegs - too easy! They have showers, toilets, a kiosk with basic groceries and icecream/firewood/ice for sale plus a coin operated laundry.-Kissindra-

Thunderbird Park Creekside Camping

Website

also dog friendly

coin operated showers

Lots to do here - plenty of walking tracks through the rainforest, volleyball court, mining for thunderbird eggs, rock pools and waterfalls to swim in, horse trail riding, skywalk, adventure park, laser skirmish, all the lovely tourist schlock on tambourine mountain and you should head to http://www.beardeddragon.com.au/ for yummy pub food. There is a peacock that wanders the grounds, lots of scrub turkies (which our foster girl was very interested in) we were by a little pond and had a family of wild ducks with 8 adorable ducklings in tow sharing our camp site - bloody huge monitor paid a visit too, thankfully briefly

all very easy and good for families and those of us who like to have amenities close by, as well as those happy to "rough it" in beautiful surrounds.

we loved it, had a blast and can't wait to go back -Kissindra-

Tropic Tide, Toogoom :cool: :p :laugh: :laugh: :)

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Quiet dog friendly town about 20 minutes from hervey bay. House backs right onto water and every day when the tide goes out your dog gets to run around and play on the flats with hardly anybody in sight. Beautiful water, people, fishing. Just got back yesterday and will be going back for sure. All tiled or lino except bedrooms. Fully fenced backyard. -poodle proud

Woodford Farm Stay owned by a DOLer!

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Beaufort House Adelong NSW

This beautiful old building has 4 motel rooms attached where dogs are allowed to stay inside.

There is a small park across the road and plenty of grassy areas to for a walk. Adelong is about a 15 minute drive off the Hume and is a lovely, quiet alternative as a stoppover on the way to Sydney.

Cynthia is a very friendly hostess and makes the best coffee outside Melbourne.

www.beauforthouse.com.au

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NEW SOUTH WALES

102a, Bermagui

Website

An absolutely gorgeous big house in the bush near the beach. Dogs allowed, not meant to be inside but we found the owner very accommodating and friendly (he has a friendly lab). A gorgeous large yard and quite secure fencing (but not that tall). Some great off leash beaches in the area which are pretty deserted most of the year. -wuffles

Ballantine Estate, Wootton near Bulahdelah

Website

We stayed in the Dairy, really lovely - dogs allowed inside - big verandah, lovely views, very quite, hosts very welcoming, BUT no separate fenced yard/gates on the verandah - and stock around, so dogs on lead outside. We took a tie out/tether lead thing so we could bring the fur baby outside so hang out on the grass patch next to us and chew his bone while hang out in the spa on the verandah. -leo01

Giba Gunyah Country Cottages, Bemboka

I've plugged these folks before ... Giba Gunyah Country Cottages in Bemboka, near Bega on the NSW South Coast. An easy drive to Tathra Beach from there.

We've been going there every year since 2005 for our wedding anniversary.

There are two self-contained cottages -- the artist-built stone cottage and the pine cottage -- with fenced yards, wood fires, lots of trees for shade, lots of buried bones for happy dogs, the Bemboka River at the end of the driveway for a dip ... and a whole lotta peace and quiet

I can't recommend the hosts Ros and John highly enough. Lovely people, with a lovely, friendly chocolate labrador named Charlie

There are cows, dams, (contained) chooks, fire trails and all sorts of interesting smells for the dogs. Cats can stay, too.

Dogs are allowed in the cottages, but not on the furniture or in the bedroom areas. We always crate Jack in front of the fire when we stay. -Mooper

Glen Waverly, Glen Innes

Website

Lovely new cottage - dogs allowed inside - big verandah, lovely views, very welcoming hosts. Only downside, no separate fenced yard - and stock around, so dogs on lead outside. - or at least for my guys. -Tassie

Narrawallee Beach House near Ulladulla

Website

You only need to bring your clothes & food. Everything is supplied. Dogs allowed inside the only stipulation was you bring covers for the furniture if the dogs are so inclined. The only thing was the yard was said to be secure but I wouldn't leave my dogs alone in the yard if going out as 2 were wire & only a little over waist height.

There's even toys, books, videos, colour pencils & games for the kids. -luvsdogs

North Head, Moruya

Adjacent to dog-friendly beach.

Flush toilets+ pit/hybrid toilets.

Cold showers only.

Drinking and bore water.

Campfires with firewood from council caretaker (when doing AM and PM rounds).

Between the airport and the sea.

Very small airport and not at all noisy the weekend we stayed there.

$14 per night for 2 adults. -Poodle wrangler

NSW Ski Gardens, Hawkesbury River

1km out from Wiseman's Ferry, Sydney.

Website

Hey all! I can reccommend a GREAT water ski park if that's your thing!

Camping and day fees are extremely cheap, there are permanent concrete based shelters in the camp grounds with tables and power fitted, there's a sink for washing up (drains into a bucket!), the campgrounds are right next to the river which, at low tide has a small beach and best of all- they allow dogs!! So many ski parks in the Hawkesbury area do not allow dogs, so this was a great surprise. They also have cabins available.

Our dog loved it, and I absolutely loved having my dog with me- even on the boat!! -Cazwah

Pether Cottage, Talbingo

Website

We spent the weekend there with our great dane, greyhound and my parents with their Alaskan malamute.

The fences weren't very high, but our dogs aren't fence jumpers, so no problems.

The house was well equipped, you can hire linen or take your own. Games and videos/DVDs were available, and everything you could think of in the kitchen. Sleeps 8 comfortably, and probably 10 would be okay as well.

The dogs loved the walks, and there's lakes nearby for fishing and swimming. Close to Mt Selwyn as well, although I pobably wouldn't leave the dogs on their own. Little country town with a club, restaurant and general store.

We've been going camping in the area forever, so was nice to stay in a house this time. -Flashsmum

Riverwood Downs, Hunter Valley

Website

we stayed here (before had our pup tho - he actually comes from there tho) the place is great, plenty of accommodation options, restaurant is awesome, whole atmosphere is very relaxing -auir

Stormhaven, Mystery Bay [Owned by a DOLer!]

Website [Page 3 'Stormhaven']

Ok, I'm going to be cheeky and put in a plug for my holiday cottage at Mystery Bay NSW. It is situated between Narooma and Tilba on the far South Coast,

I went to Mystery Bay for a holiday two years ago and the entire area is so spectacular that I bought a place and plan to move there as soon as I possibly can. In the meantime I want to share it with other dog lovers.

There is a huge, fully fenced back yard. Dogs are allowed inside and all I ask is that you bring some coverings for the furniture and beds if your dogs are like mine and like to claim all the lounges.

You have your own beach four hundred metres away down a lovely bush track. It is off leash before 10 am and after 4 pm during peak season and off leash .24 hours for the rest of the year. A 10 minute drive to Narooma will bring you to more spectacular beaches which are off leash areas all year round. At this time of year humpbacks come right into Mystery Bay to play so bring binnoculars if you want to see them up close and personal

The main bedroom has a queensized bed, second bedroom has a double bed, and the third bedroom has a doule plus two single beds. It will accomodate 8 although at a pinch we can fit another on the sofa bed in the loungeroom. -Kaz

Tilba Waterfront Cottages

Website

Dogs not allowed inside when we stayed there (couple of years ago) but a nice place.

Clean, self-contained, near lake and good facilities- communal BBQ area with fireplace. -Poodle wrangler

Turon Gates

Website

We've stayed there a few times & enjoyed it & so have the dogs. You need to be self sufficient but Capertee is not too far away & there's a pub there. Incavale

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Beaufort House Adelong NSW

This beautiful old building has 4 motel rooms attached where dogs are allowed to stay inside.

There is a small park across the road and plenty of grassy areas to for a walk. Adelong is about a 15 minute drive off the Hume and is a lovely, quiet alternative as a stoppover on the way to Sydney.

Cynthia is a very friendly hostess and makes the best coffee outside Melbourne.

www.beauforthouse.com.au

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Hi everyone, we are travelling from Albury to Brisbane in January... very hot travelling for the dogs even in a good trailer... we are looking for somewhere to stay at least one night in the Armidale area... a good yard where they can have a run would be fantastic but somewhere that was happy to have 4 very well behaved show dogs would be fanstastic....and of course we have to return a week or 10 days later so could stay two nights etc then...

Any suggestions

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Hi everyone, we are travelling from Albury to Brisbane in January... very hot travelling for the dogs even in a good trailer... we are looking for somewhere to stay at least one night in the Armidale area... a good yard where they can have a run would be fantastic but somewhere that was happy to have 4 very well behaved show dogs would be fanstastic....and of course we have to return a week or 10 days later so could stay two nights etc then...

Any suggestions

When we go out that way we stay at the Pembroke Caravan Park with two dogs. It is a very nice park but you have to keep your dogs on leads. There is also Camp Tailwaggers on the Gold Coast. We also stay at the Gumtrees Caravan Park at Manilla. Same thing, dogs on leads but there is a sports oval next door. It is on the Namoi River, & very nice people :thumbsup:

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Hi everyone, we are travelling from Albury to Brisbane in January... very hot travelling for the dogs even in a good trailer... we are looking for somewhere to stay at least one night in the Armidale area... a good yard where they can have a run would be fantastic but somewhere that was happy to have 4 very well behaved show dogs would be fanstastic....and of course we have to return a week or 10 days later so could stay two nights etc then...

Any suggestions

When we go out that way we stay at the Pembroke Caravan Park with two dogs. It is a very nice park but you have to keep your dogs on leads. There is also Camp Tailwaggers on the Gold Coast. We also stay at the Gumtrees Caravan Park at Manilla. Same thing, dogs on leads but there is a sports oval next door. It is on the Namoi River, & very nice people :thumbsup:

Thanks Sheena..

Actually Manilla might suit us really well... would like to go and see the old family home in Bingara...

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16Paws   

We recently stayed at 2 dog friendly places and both were very good.

Glen Waverly, Glen Innes

Already listed in the original thread so we thought we'd give it a try. This a small 1 bedroom bed and breakfast which is maybe 50m from the main home. Close enough to see it but you don't feel like you're intruding at all (or vice versa). The apartment was very clean and modern with a small kitchenette and a pot belly stove/fire thing which was lovely as it was freezing the night we stayed there. The only downside for us is that there is no separate fenced yard but dogs are allowed inside.

Dairy Cottage, Grafton

Dogs are not overly welcome inside here but the dog yard is an ok size, fully fenced with 1.5m cyclone fencing. There is a wooden dog kennel outside and table and chairs as well. We couldn't find a light for the backyard. Inside was quaint, separate bathroom, a modestly equipped kitchen, spacious bedroom - all clean. Lots of cow and dairy items around the place which was cute.

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Is see there are none for Perth/WA ;)

Does anyone have any suggestions for the South West of WA? I want to go down there with my two, nothing fancy but need to have them allowed in the living area and a secure area for them to toilet at least.

Both are house trained!

I have a couple of months to find somewhere as I'm looking at going down early April, before the school holidays.

A bit late for a reply, but we have stayed at a couple of great places with our dog in April '11. She could be inside. Margaret River Stone Cottages (surrounded by bush and open space, secure rear courtyard only) and Driftwood Cottage in Busselton (secluded, near beach, close to town, secure area around entire house). Find them online :)

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We recently stayed at 2 dog friendly places and both were very good.

Glen Waverly, Glen Innes

Already listed in the original thread so we thought we'd give it a try. This a small 1 bedroom bed and breakfast which is maybe 50m from the main home. Close enough to see it but you don't feel like you're intruding at all (or vice versa). The apartment was very clean and modern with a small kitchenette and a pot belly stove/fire thing which was lovely as it was freezing the night we stayed there. The only downside for us is that there is no separate fenced yard but dogs are allowed inside.

We stayed at pet friendly accomodation on our road journey from northern NSW to Perth, WA back in March '11. 1)Glen Waverley, Glenn Innes back in March. It was a great place to stay - friendly hosts, very clean, etc. A great first stop . All places we stayed at were good, barr one! 2)Nyngan Riverside Caravan Park - great cottage, would've loved to stay longer! 3) A cabin at Broken Hill City C/Pk - small, but okay for one night 4) Try to avoid Port Augusta C/pk 5) Ceduna Caravan Park, self-contained chalet was great! Located behind the dunes to the beach 6) Madura C/pk/motel - was okay (no dogs inside). 7) Fraser Range Station at the western end of the Nullarbor was a fantastic place, great self-contained cottage 8)Goldminer C/pk West Kalgoorlie - an okay cabin/donga.

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Kendra   

Can anyone recommend dog friendly accommodation on the Central Coast within easy drive to Gorokan where dogs are allowed inside.

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We recently stayed at 2 dog friendly places and both were very good.

Glen Waverly, Glen Innes

Already listed in the original thread so we thought we'd give it a try. This a small 1 bedroom bed and breakfast which is maybe 50m from the main home. Close enough to see it but you don't feel like you're intruding at all (or vice versa). The apartment was very clean and modern with a small kitchenette and a pot belly stove/fire thing which was lovely as it was freezing the night we stayed there. The only downside for us is that there is no separate fenced yard but dogs are allowed inside.

We stayed at pet friendly accomodation on our road journey from northern NSW to Perth, WA back in March '11. 1)Glen Waverley, Glenn Innes back in March. It was a great place to stay - friendly hosts, very clean, etc. A great first stop . All places we stayed at were good, barr one! 2)Nyngan Riverside Caravan Park - great cottage, would've loved to stay longer! 3) A cabin at Broken Hill City C/Pk - small, but okay for one night 4) Try to avoid Port Augusta C/pk 5) Ceduna Caravan Park, self-contained chalet was great! Located behind the dunes to the beach 6) Madura C/pk/motel - was okay (no dogs inside). 7) Fraser Range Station at the western end of the Nullarbor was a fantastic place, great self-contained cottage 8)Goldminer C/pk West Kalgoorlie - an okay cabin/donga.

HAVE JUST READ THESE POSTS AND GLEN WAVERLY TOLD ME THEY HAD A GOOD YARD, AND PLACES FOR SWIMMING SO i WILL RING THEM AGIAN AND DOUBLE CHECK

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