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June 15, 2019

Dog Friendly Cafe Sydney

Dog-Friendly Places Near Me Sydney

Find out about the best dogfriendly hangs in Sydney. Whether you are looking for pet-friendly places to stay, pooch-friendly pubs or somewhere you can take your dog for a walk, we’ve got it covered.


Dog-Friendly Accommodation

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If you’re after pooch-perfect destinations with stylish dog-friendly hotels, then look no further. This year has seen a large amount of boutique pet-friendly hotels opening their doors to dogs some offering VIP Pooch packs. There’s never been a better time to travel with your pet.

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Dog-Friendly Bush Walks

Wolli Creek Regional Park

Living in the city doesn’t mean you can’t enjoy a bush walk with your best friend.

Fortunately, there are a number of great places you can take your dog that allows you to get a lot closer to nature than your local pup park.

Although picking the best spots to go walkies with your four-legged pal, is no mean feat here are some of Sydney’s most popular strolls to enjoy with your dog. Photo credit: –  Pawtraits and Pawprints


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Dog-Friendly Cafes

Dog cafe near me Sydney

Although things are changing, not every cafe in Sydney is welcoming to your four-legged friend.

Besides scouting the local area for places that have water bowls outside, it’s not always clear if a cafe will welcome your pooch.

Here are some that do.


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Dog-Friendly Pubs

Dog-Friendly Pubs Near Me – Sydney
Snow at Young Henrys

When it comes to pubs, dogs in Sydney have never had it so good. Many are even known to hold dog-friendly events throughout the year. View some of our top choices to enjoy with a dog.


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The Good News…

So, remember the next time you question whether to take your dog with you when you go out that things have got progressively better for those of us that wish our furry friends to join us when we travel, walk or go for a drink.

The good news is that all of this is pointing to a shift in opinions about whether dogs should be truly welcome.


Long may it continue!