Looking for a holiday destination to bring your four legged friends?
We’ve put together a list of places where you can bring your pets this winter holiday! All of the destinations listed below have indicated that they are pet friendly, but their policies around having animals varies place to place, so it’s best to always phone ahead and ask what the rules are if you bring your fur baby on holiday.
Stanthorpe & Surrounding Region
Aloomba Lavender (Dogs will share with resident cats)
5425 Mt Lindesay Road, Liston
Blue Topaz Caravan Park (Pet friendly only on the powered and unpowered sites (ie. not cabins))
26806 New England Highway, Severnlea
Country Style Caravan Park (Pets welcome but subject to Management approval.)
27156 New England Highway, Stanthorpe
McCosker Drive, Dalveen
Sommerville Valley Tourist Park (Well behaved pets are welcome. Information on conditions for pets is provided at time of booking.)
63 Sommerville Lane, Stanthorpe
10 High Street, Stanthorpe
Warwick & Surrounding Region
Bestbrook Mountain Resort (Dog friendly as long as your dog is controlled and does not bother the guests or livestock.)
9790 Cunningham Highway, Tregony
Glendon Camping Grounds (Dogs are welcome on leads at all times in the camping area.)
222 Glendon Road, Thane
Goomburra Valley Campground (A bond is charges for all dogs, $30.00 for two dogs or less, $90.00 for three dogs or more per family. Pet policy applies.)
2013 Inverramsay Road, Goomburra
Gordon Country Camping Ground (Horses and dogs welcome with strict policy – please enquire by phone.)
2081 Inverramsey Road, Goomburra
Corner O’Maras & Claydons Roads, Killarney
98 Wallace Street (New England Highway), Warwick
Lake Leslie Tourist Park (Pets welcome with conditions. Enquiries welcome.)
113 Saddleham Road, Leslie Dam
148-160 Glengallan Rd, Womina
Pet Friendly accommodation – hotels, motels and B&B’s
These days it’s entirely common to be able to take your pet on holiday with you.
There are a few things to keep in mind though to ensure you have a hassle and stress free experience.
- Please check with each accommodation provider regarding their policy around pets.
- Plan before you go – is your dog’s ID tag and chip up to date?
- Make a reservation for your dog. Some places only allow small dogs and certain breeds. You don’t want to be turned away at check-in.
- Choose the right room. Request the ground floor for a shorter trip outside when nature calls and away from busy hubs like elevators.
Check out these operators who happily accept pets.