Best Dog Friendly Accommodation

When it come to the best dog-friendly accommodation in Brisbane and beyond, we’ve tracked down some of the quirkiest, from camping with dogs to cabins on mountainous farms, a country lodge and even a coastal penthouse. 

The Stone House

Stunning views to Brisbane and the bay can be had from this mountaintop hand-built stone lodge, perfect for large groups and their digs and close to bush walks, lake recreation and country towns...more

Dog-Friendly Penthouse

The Sunshine Coast’s best kept secret is this dog-friendly unit block opposite the offleash section of Peregian Beach with the best accommodation  the tow-storey penthouse with ocean views...more

Coleyville Lodge

Less than an hour from Brisbane is a farm turned holiday lodge and camp ground where dogs can roam free. Pitch a tent by the creek or glamp it up at the farmhouse lodge...more

Brockhurst Cabins

In the hills of the D’Aguilar Ranges is this farmstay retreat with pet friendly fenced cabins and the villages and hamlets of Woodford, Mt Mee and Dayboro in easy range...more

Top Things To Do In Brisbane This Week

For the ultimate career inspiration and advice, head to the Careers and Employment Expo
Southern Downs Harvest is a delicious Autumn luncheon held in an historic homestead in Killarney
KIRIN Stakes Day returns to historic Eagle Farm Racecourse for a thrilling day
Shakespeare’s iconic love story, Romeo and Juliet, comes to life on stage at La Boite Theatre
LEGO® fans won't want to miss this mega weekend of mind-blowing displays
Logan's free annual family-friendly Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) is back in May
Shared Connections is an exhibition of Indigenous artworks in public spaces
Be inspired, be informed and be empowered at Brisbane's Modern Woman Expo coming to BCEC in June
Queensland's Government House will open to members of the public

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul

Arthur Boyd: Landscape of the Soul is a must-see major exhibition of one of Australia's most significant artists and it's free to visit
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