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Where should you take your dog on vacation? Best friends deserve the best treatment, and that includes non-stop love, plenty of exercise, and fresh air! If you’re still searching for pet friendly holidays in NSW, look no further. We’ve put together a list of some places for you to consider. Read on!

Port Stephens

Port Stephens is one of the most dog friendly parts of New South Wales, with pet-friendly beaches and towns at every turn. Enjoy stunning beaches like Samurai Beach and Box Beach, where your dog can swim, play and frolic in the sand. Pet-friendly accommodation options include BIG4 Karuah Jetty Holiday Park and Shoal Bay Holiday Park. 

No matter what type of dog you have, you’ll have great options that accommodate their energy level and willingness to go on an adventure – whether it’s a weekend getaway with your Malshi to be pampered and spoiled, or a rugged camping trip with your Portie. 

Caves Beach

This beautiful coastal destination is just two hours north of Sydney and just south of Newcastle, making it a great option for those who live nearby or want a quick escape from the city. You’ll find golden sands, clear waters and lots of opportunities for exploring in the area. And if you’re looking to stay overnight too, Caves Beach Holiday Park has a dedicated dog friendly camping ground, so that you and your furry friend can enjoy the area together.

Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie has lots of dog friendly beaches and parks, including West Wallsend foreshore reserve, Speers Point Reserve Park and Dudley Beach. There are also lots of swimming spots where your pooch can cool off like Belmont Bay, Wangi Point and Wangi Wangi Bay. And if the two of you want to get out on the water together, then hop on board one of the many cruises available.

For something a little more active, take your four-legged friend for a walk along the Fernleigh Track, or bring them on a bike ride along the 16km circuit which runs from Adamstown to Belmont and back again.

Kosciuszko National Park

The Kosciuszko National Park has two dog friendly campgrounds – Boundary Creek Campground and Vale of Clwydd Campground. Located at the foot of Mount Kosciuszko, both these campgrounds are within a short distance of walking tracks, including the famous Main Range walking track. For safety reasons, dogs must be kept on leads at all times in the park and not within 50 metres of streams or lakes.

We hope you enjoyed learning about some of the best holiday spots for your dog in NSW, and if so, let us know about it in the comments section. Safe travels!

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