DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – Australia

AUSTRALIA

You recommend places directly to fellow travelers with dogs.

DogFriendly.com would like to hear from you – and so would your fellow dog owners who love to take their dogs with them. If you know of a pet-friendly restaurant (specify indoor or outdoor seating for people with dogs), Attractions such as pet-friendly boat tour, bus tour, walking tour, museum, park, beaches, shopping centers or stores or any other pet-friendly place please let us know by commenting this entry. Please remember to specify the country and city and as much information as you can to identify the location along with your description. For our Worldwide Travel Guides see our pet-friendly worldwide travel guides. Entries from visitors to dog-friendly places or owners or employees of places may submit recommendations.

* Note: These entries below by viewers and readers to the website are not verified by DogFriendly.com researchers. Only listings in DogFriendly.com’s Travel Guides are checked by reviewers periodically.



12 Responses to “DogFriendly.com’s Roaming Reporter – Australia”

  1. Hi there,
    Please let travelers know that dogs are most welcome at my B&B. The master bedroom has French doors to the secure courtyard and yard and when guests go out they can leave their dogs in my own backyard where I happily keep an eye on them. Well behaved dogs are welcome inside.
    Cheers,
    Sarah

    abovebored.com.au

  2. admin0 says:

    The Sydney Morning Herald reports that Sydney is not a particularly dog-friendly city compared to New York, London or, especially, Geneva. For the full article see this link.

  3. admin0 says:

    From the Sydney Morney Herald – a story about the Australian pet-friendly workplace see this link.

  4. admin0 says:

    See this interesting article in the Australian about Dog-Friendly Holiday in Australia and some recommended places to go with your dog.

  5. I just wanted to recommend this fantastic in home training service in the Melbourne area because I cannot rave about them enough. They were very friendly and good with my dog and I was impressed with the instant results.

  6. Paul says:

    This is a great holiday house on the Bluff with magnificant sea views. Situated close to the beach, it offers a great way to relax on the Bellarine Peninsula. BELLARINE SEAVIEW is a comfortable family friendly holiday home, for your to enjoy as a couple, a family, or with friends (yes, they are dog friendly too)! I truly recommend it.

  7. admin0 says:

    Great Lakes, NSW now allows dogs at outdoor restaurants. See the article in the Great Lake Advocate

  8. Rivers Edge camping ground offers communal shelter, great trout fishing, deep swimming hole, fresh drinking water, toilet facilities, woodfired campsites next to the river, is caravan and campervan friendly and your PET is most welcome.

    We are in Southern Tasmania. Lonnavale.

  9. admin0 says:

    A Gold Coast Australia Couple is challenging the Queensland ban on dogs at outdoor patios. New South Wales (NSW) and Melbourne allow dogs at patios, most of the United States does, and Europe allows dogs even inside restaurants without negative health effects. Australia, over the years, has lagged behind others. But things are changing.


    For the full article see this link

  10. admin0 says:

    Since 2010 Dogs are allowed in outdoor dining areas in Sydney with the permission of the owner of the establishment. For details see this link:
    http://www.cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au/residents/animals/DiningOutWithDogs.asp

  11. admin0 says:

    The Australian Government amended the Australian Food Standards Code last October, to now provide “food business operators with a choice to either permit dogs in their outdoor dining areas or prohibit them from the area”. However, the national law does not prohibit conditions being set by local governments, but in general dogs are being permitted in outdoor areas throughout the country. Here is some more information…

  12. Tricia Tidwell says:

    We found a great dog-friendly beach in Panama City Beach, FL. It is across from Margaritaville at Pier Park. You have to keep your dog leashed, but we had a wonderful time last week when we took our puppy, Murphy, to the beach for his first sand and surf experience.

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