5 Dog-Friendly Islands in Queensland

Dog-Friendly Islands Queensland

With countless beautiful islands dotted along the Queensland coast, is it any wonder that an island stay is perhaps the ultimate Queensland vacation? But with most islands not allowing dogs on them, check out some of the few dog-friendly islands in Queensland. Dog-Friendly Great Keppel Island One of the most dog-friendly islands along the Queensland … Read more

15 of the Best Dog-Friendly Beaches in Queensland

Dog-Friendly Beaches in Queensland

Queensland is home to some beautiful beaches and luckily they aren’t all just for humans. There’s also plenty of dog-friendly beaches to go around, although the number of off-leash dog beaches varies greatly from region to region. If your dog loves to visit the beach, try to visit some of these beautiful dog-friendly beaches, stretching … Read more

13 Dog-Friendly Beaches In and Around Brisbane

Dog-Friendly Beaches Brisbane

While the beaches around Brisbane aren’t as great as those of the Gold Coast or Sunshine Coast, there’s still a fair number of off-leash dog-friendly beaches to choose from for a fun time out with your pup. Along the coastline of the Moreton Bay, Brisbane City and Redlands Coast regions there are nine off-leash dog … Read more

Dog-Friendly Gold Coast: Visiting the Gold Coast with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Gold Coast

Famous for its beaches, theme parks and high rise, what’s it like to visit the Gold Coast in Queensland with a dog? Are there many dog-friendly things to do during the day and dog-friendly places to stay? Find out more… Dog-Friendly Beaches on the Gold Coast It’s a must to head to one of the … Read more

Dog-Friendly Toowoomba: Visiting Toowoomba with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Toowoomba

The second largest inland city in all of Australia, Toowoomba is a relatively undiscovered tourism gem, especially for those travelling with dogs. With many dog-friendly attractions and its proximity to Brisbane, just an easy 90 minutes drive west, it’s perfect for a quick weekend away or for an inland stop of a trip around Southeastern … Read more

Dog-Friendly Granite Belt: Visiting the Granite Belt with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Granite Belt

The Granite Belt is one of the few wine regions in Queensland, and fortunately it’s a great destination to visit with your dog. Centred around the town of Stanthorpe, the coldest town in all of Queensland, there’s a huge list of dog-friendly wineries to visit, not to mention dog-friendly walks, cafes and accommodation options. Read … Read more

Dog-Friendly Brisbane: Visiting Brisbane with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Brisbane

When visiting Southeastern Queensland, many visitors tend to overlook Brisbane, wedged in between the popular tourist destinations of the Gold Coast and the Sunshine Coast. However, there’s plenty to see and do in Brisbane, including if you’re visiting with a dog. Read on to find out about dog-friendly sightseeing ideas, plus the best beaches and … Read more

Dog-Friendly Sunshine Coast: Visiting the Sunshine Coast with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Sunshine Coast

Between its fabulous beaches stretching from Noosa to Caloundra and the beautiful hinterland behind, the Sunshine Coast is a fabulous place to visit, including with your dog. Find out more about visiting the Sunshine Coast with your dog, from dog-friendly things to do to pet-friendly places to stay. Dog-Friendly Beaches on the Sunshine Coast The … Read more

Dog-Friendly Hervey Bay: Visiting Hervey Bay with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Hervey Bay

Situated less than four hours north of Brisbane, the small coastal city of Hervey Bay is best known to tourists as the jumping off point for tours to Fraser Island and whale watching cruises. With neither of these options welcoming dogs, what dog-friendly things are there to do when visiting Hervey Bay with your dog? … Read more

Dog-Friendly Bundaberg: Visiting Bundaberg with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Bundaberg

There’s more to Bundaberg than Bundaberg Rum. As well as a thriving farm gate-to-plate foodie scene and cellar door trail, the area also is home to some beautiful stretches of coastline. And if you’re visiting with a dog, there’s no shortage of dog-friendly things to do.  Dog-Friendly Beaches in Bundaberg While Bundaberg is close to … Read more