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September 15, 2016

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Pet-Friendly Glamping

Looking for the next greatest adventure for you and your four-legged friend? It’s time to give pet-friendly glamping a try, and now Fido and Fifi can come too!

Glamping Hub, the world’s leading portal for luxury glamping accommodations across the globe has just launched Glamping Hub for Pets, a curated portal for pet-friendly glamping destinations, making travel with your pet easy, enjoyable, and one-of-a-kind.

On this site, glampers and travellers can find easy tips to travelling globally with their pet, collections of pet-friendly parks, beaches, restaurants nearby glamping accommodations, and an assortment of nature-based rentals including tree houses, tipis, yurts, cabins, and more. How can you choose just one?

For pet-friendly glamping across Australia, you can stay at the following places with a pet. In NSW try South Coast Retreat, Turon Gates or Nature Domes.

 

Nomadic Belle Glamping

Pet Friendly Glamping
Did you know your furry friend can join you on a trip to Lake Lyell?

Camp under the stars with your pet. Glamping and canvas tent hire for any event or experience. NSW – all locations.

Image @lachiethespoodle

www.nomadicbelle.com

 

Or this Glamping Retro Van in the Blue Mountains. This 1967 Valiant Van offers quirky accommodation in Katoomba.

Katoomba Mountain Top Ultimate Glamping Retro Van

 Experience spectacular views in the mountains. You have your own BBQ and private bathroom and toilet, which is accessed via the main house. The unobtrusive hosts have a friendly Blue Heeler and two cats – and welcome most types of pets – but enquire first.

Narrowneck Road, Katoomba 2780

M 0401 295 990

 

 

In Western Australia, stay at Yallingup Lodge Spa Retreat or in Victoria try Mirador Springs.

Pet Friendly Glamping In Australia
Image by @ragnarandloki

 

 

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To start planning the trip of a lifetime and see more locations that you and your four-legged friend can visit in Australia.