Dog-Friendly Hobart: Visiting Hobart with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Hobart

The capital of the island state of Tasmania, Hobart is a charming city to visit, plus an ideal base for many day trips across southern Tasmania. Find out about the best dog-friendly attractions to visit with your dog, plus where to stay and dine. Are Dogs Allowed at Salamanca Market? One of the most popular … Read more

6 of the Best Pet-Friendly Cabins in Tasmania

Sheffield Mural

If you don’t travel to Tasmania with your own caravan or campervan, it can be tricky to find pet-friendly accommodation. There are only a small number of caravan parks that have cabins where pets are allowed. To help you out, I’ve put together a list of some of the pet-friendly cabins around Tasmania… Discovery Parks … Read more

Pawsome Tasmania: Pet-Friendly Travel on the Island

Pawsome Tasmania

Created in conjunction with Tasmania, the island state of Australia, is renowned for its stunning landscapes, rugged wilderness and rich cultural heritage, making it a paradise for humans and their dogs. For those seeking outdoor adventures, cultural experiences or simply a relaxing getaway, Tasmania has something for every dog and their human companions. Essential … Read more

Dog-Friendly Launceston: Visiting Launceston with a Dog

Dog-Friendly Launceston

Launceston, the second largest city in Tasmania, lies on the banks of the Tamar River in the north of the island. While there aren’t many dog-friendly sightseeing options within the city itself, there’s plenty of fun dog-friendly things to do in the surrounding countryside. Read on to find out more about what to do, plus … Read more

Taking the Spirit of Tasmania with Dogs

Spirit of Tasmania

Thanks to being an island state, Tasmania is the hardest part of Australia to travel to with a dog. While flying is a popular option for many visitors, flying in Australia with a dog is not so simple. Instead, the most common option for travelling to Tasmania with a dog is to take the ferry … Read more

Should I Travel to Tasmania With My Dog?

Cradle Mountain, Tasmania

In early 2020 I visited Tasmania, the southernmost island state of Australia, for the first time in many years. Unfortunately, I made the decision early on to leave my dog, Schnitzel, behind. It was only a quick trip and many of the key places we wanted to visit didn’t allow dogs (such as national parks). … Read more