By Marie Nieves
A vacation with your family at a relaxing resort sounds like a heavenly holiday. However, your pets are also a part of the family, but not many resorts will accommodate them. That’s why looking for a pet friendly resort can sometimes be exhausting and turn the entire holiday experience into a nightmare. Therefore, if you’re looking for a fabulous pet friendly resort in Australia, be sure to check our suggestions and pick some of them for your next vacation.
Barefoot at Broken Head
A perfect place when you need some privacy, luxurious accommodation and first class service is definitely Barefoot at Broken Head. This iconic beachfront hideaway offers you an opportunity to stay in some of their superb pavilions, which are surrounded by marvellously landscaped gardens. You’ll taste delicious meals, have a swimming pool at your disposal, and most importantly, your pets will be able to be by your side at all times.
Captain Cook Caravan Park
Adventure Bay in Tasmania offers one of the best pet friendly places for your holiday. This is a perfect location for those who enjoy exploring the wonders of nature. The camp is fully equipped with playground areas, safe areas for riding a bike and gives you an opportunity to go kayaking down the river that borders the camp. Wet weather shelters, wheelchair access, BBQ area alongside the camper kitchen, game rooms and playgrounds are just some of the fabulous features of Captain Cook Caravan Park.
Bluegum Ridge Cottages
If you like nature and love enjoying an amazing view, you’ll find Bluegum Ridge Cottages one of the best holiday places in Victoria. The view at the Mt Buller and Mt Timbertop’s peaks alongside the mesmerizing countryside will leave you breathless. This area is perfect for mountain biking, 4WD trails, ballooning, bush walking, fishing, golf and skiing. What’s more, if you wish to bring your horse and enjoy trail riding, Bluegum Ridge will accommodate it as well.
Pink Flamingo Resort
The crown jewel of Queensland’s resorts is the fascinating Pink Flamingo Resort in Port Douglas. This affordable, intimate, and above all pet friendly resort is the best choice for your next holiday. Your family will have the best time unwinding and enjoying luscious gardens that surround this beautiful resort. With ten Private Garden Villas, Pink Flamingo will provide you with the most intimate environment and unique resort accommodation in Australia. However, be sure not to bring too many pets since maximum two small dogs per villa are allowed.
Hayes Creek Holiday Park
Located halfway between Katherine and Darwin, Hayes Creek Holiday Park is considered one of the hidden treasures of the Northern Territory. Surrounded by natural wonders, this place is fabulous for a family gateway. You’ll have an opportunity to see marvellous Butterfly Gorge, as well as to splash around in the Douglas Hot Springs. Furthermore, you’ll never taste more delicious homemade beef and buffalo pie than in Hayes Creek. Being situated next to a natural spring and creek, the park offers you an opportunity for bush walking, rock climbing, birdwatching, and swimming in the natural spring. It also has a cute playground, so your children will have a lot of fun on their vacation as well.
Corroboree Park Tavern
This great tavern is located in the Northern Territory and should definitely be on the list of places you should go to for a holiday. Not only will you get an excellent service, but also an opportunity to engage in a plethora of activities that’ll make your vacation unforgettable. Whether you’re travelling alone, with your family or in a large group, Corroboree Park Tavern will be a great place to stay at. Some of their local attractions include Fogg Dam, Window on the Wetlands, jumping crocodiles, Keeping up with the Joneses Scenic Helicopter Rides, the Djukbinj and Mary River National Parks and much more.
Knotts Crossing Resort
The picturesque Katherine Region of the Northern Territory is the home of Knotts Crossing Resort. It’s suited for both caravans and camping, which makes it a fabulous place for backpackers, families, as well as overnighters and travellers of all age. If you choose to spend your holiday there, you’ll have an opportunity to visit Darwin and Kakadu National Park, which is only 320 km away. Furthermore, make sure you visit fascinating Cutta Cutta Caves, Katherine Museum and Art Gallery for the ultimate holiday experience.
With this little guide, the next search for a perfect pet friendly place won’t be as horrifying as it used to be. Just consider some of the previously mentioned places, and you can pick any part of Australia to go on vacation. From Victoria, through Queensland, New South Wales, and all the way to the Northern Territory, every part of the country has various amazing places that’ll accommodate your four legged friend. Now, you’ll be able to have a carefree vacation not thinking if they’re ok at home with your neighbour or relative who’s watching over them.
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Author Bio: Marie Nieves is a lifestyle blogger who loves unusual trips, gadgets and creative ideas. On her travels she likes to read poetry and prose and to surf the Internet. Her favourite writer is Tracy Chevalier and she always carries one of her books in her bag. She is an avid lover of photography who loves to talk about her experiences. You can find Marie on Facebook or follow her on Twitter and Pinterest.
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