It can be hard to leave your furry little friend behind when you’re off on a holiday. Pets are a part of your family and therefore would love to be part of a family vacation, right? Well, we’ve got some good news for man’s best friend, there’s some pet-friendly accommodation near Brisbane just waiting for you all to take an adventure together and make new memories.
High up in the mountains of Ocean View, Brockhurst Farm sits on 22 acres of lush, rolling hills. At night, the stars shine over the beautiful Moreton Bay Region hinterland and provide views toward sparkling Brisbane city. By day, the farm animals roam around and wildlife scatters about in their natural surroundings. The best part though? The four self-contained cabins that can accommodate up to 22 people is one of the only pet-friendly accommodations providers near Brisbane with dog-proof fencing!
Address: 2250 Mount Mee Road, Ocean View
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Welcoming pets of all shapes and sizes, the Running Creek Parklands camping area near Brisbane is definitely pet-friendly! Dogs are the main camping companion, however, the team at Running Creek have seen some pretty amazing and unusual pets, so if you’d like to bring your pet along, but it’s not a canine, just email or call and they’ll let you know of any special requirements necessary.
Under Moreton Bay Regional Council law, all pets are to be contained or on a lead at all times, but there are spaces available to let them off-leash for a game of fetch – just ask the team where to go!
Horses are NOT permitted inside the parklands and please ensure your pet is tick protected.
Address: 117 Nonmus Road, Stanmore
For a large family or a party group, the 5-bedroom, fully self-contained Winemakers Cottage at Ocean View Estates is the perfect setting for a weekend hinterland getaway – and pets are allowed, no matter their size! Like all the other rooms available onsite, this beautiful accommodation in the Moreton Bay Region features a fireplace and air-conditioning but with the added extras of an ensuite, fully equipped kitchen and laundry facilities. Overlooking the forest and vineyards, this quaint cottage just 50 metres from the winery and restaurant sleeps up to 10 people and is fully fenced and pet-friendly!
Address: 2557 Mount Mee Rd, Ocean View
Travelling in a caravan, camper trailer or motorhome? Park and stay at any of the local Moreton Bay Region Showgrounds for a holiday near Brisbane. These dog-friendly showgrounds have all you need for travelling in or with a motor vehicle, including power and water sites.
A few simple rules must be obliged during your stay:
Moreton Bay Region pet-friendly showgrounds include:
Pine Rivers: 757 Gympie Road, Lawnton | 0459 923 346
Caboolture: Beerburrum Road, Caboolture | (07) 5495 2030
Samford: Showgrounds Drive, Highvale | (07) 3289 7057
Redcliffe: Scarborough Road, Redcliffe | (07) 3284 5387
Woodford: 38 Neurum Road, Woodford | (07) 5496 1147
Dayboro: 3512 Mount Mee Rd, Dayboro | 0403 952 198
With walking tracks through rainforest to waterfalls, dogs and their humans will love staying in this hinterland accommodation of Bellthorpe Stays. This pet-friendly accommodation near Brisbane features four cabins over 400 acres of land and their own resident Kelpie cross, Dodge (who has his own Facebook page).
Horses, cows and other farm animals call this property home too, so please ensure your dog is well-behaved and friendly. Some simple rules apply including:
Address: 200 Willett Road, Bellthorpe
Take your family dog with you on your next camping trip in north Brisbane and visit Neurum Creek Bush Retreat. Your pooch will be able to enjoy the holiday with the family and your family will be able to enjoy the company of your beloved pet. This retreat in the Moreton Bay Region hinterland is a dog-friendly camping site that encourages you to bring your furry little friend with you as it can be a very enjoyable experience.
Address: 268 Rasmussen Road, Neurum
If you’re visiting with your pooch, don’t forget to stop into some of our dog-friendly cafes near Brisbane, each serving up dog treats and dog ice cream.
Looking for more things to do and see? Pop into one of the region's Accredited Visitor Information Centres. The volunteers have a wealth of local knowledge.