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July 8, 2014

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Travelling with Dogs in the Kimberley

Travelling with Dogs in the Kimberley

Many people love to travel with dogs, but finding pet friendly accommodation can be an issue in the Kimberley.  The good news is if you plan ahead, you should be able to manage these restrictions.

There are very limited places along the Gibb River Road that will allow you to travel with a dog, so you will need to plan ahead.

 

Dog Friendly Accommodation in Broome and Surrounds

Not all caravan parks in Broome will accept dogs. The only dog friendly park located within Broome itself is the Taranagau Caravan Park at Cable Beach. Outside of Broome there are some other options.

Tarangau Caravan Park at Cable Beach, Broome (Phone | 08 9193 5084)

Broome’s Gateway Caravan Park (20km from Broome | Phone: 0437525485)

Roebuck Plains Roadhouse (30km east off Broome on the Great Northern Highway | Phone: 08 9192 1880)

Barn Hill Station (128km south of Broome | Phone: 08 9192 4975)

Port Smith Caravan Park (160km south of Broome | Phone: 08 9192 4983)

the Manari Beaches just north of Broome – Willie Creek, Quandong, James Price Point and Columb Point

Just north of Broome, you are not allowed to take your dog into the Dampier Peninsular and Cape Leveque. However, you can take a dog to the Manari Beaches – Willie Creek, Quandong, James Price Point and Columb Point). These beaches are slightly closer to Broome and are a good alternative for dog owners.

 

For more information about places to stay in the Kimberley visit Kimberley Australia Guide.