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The Best 5 Dog Friendly Hotels Queensland, Australia

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We have hand picked the best 5 dog friendly hotels Queensland (QLD) Australia. If you have found any other hotels which similar standards with pet friendly accommodation, then drop a comment and we will take a look.

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Some of the best hand picked dog friendly hotels Queensland that money can buy.

Dog Friendly Hotels South East QLD

Ovolo ‘Inchcolm’ – Spring Hill (Brisbane)

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This pet friendly boutique hotel is conveniently located in Spring Hill, right on the edge of the Brisbane CBD.

This is one of the best from our selection on the best dog friendly hotels Queensland.

It is also close to New Farm; an area filled with eclectic shops, cafés and restaurants, as well as right on the edge of Fortitude Valley for everything that they have to offer. Did someone say shopping, dining, or night life?

The building is classic Queenslander in style but on the inside, everything is up to date and very chic.

You won’t find a pool or gym at this property, but you will find great food at the inhouse Salon de Co restaurant and Bar, and they also do a fantastic High Tea for something different.

This is actually the 3rd Ovolo Boutique Hotel we have highlighted; along with one in Fortitude Valley (Brisbane) and Wooloomooloo (Sydney). Good on them for their unique approach to including dogs in their accommodation.

The concept is similar with all 3 hotels, boutique style, great locations, dog friendly with awesome gifts for you and your dog.

Based on their other sites they do charge a fee for the dog.

A luxury stay where you can pamper yourself and also offering pet friendly accommodation Brisbane City on your doorstep. This property is a very special place.

PH: 07 3226 8888

Book online through https://ovolohotels.com/ovolo/inchcolm/

73 Wickham Terrace, Spring Hill, Brisbane, QLD 4000



Dog Friendly Hotels Central QLD

Zen Beach Retreat – Bargara Beach (Bundaberg area)

Dog Friendly Hotels Central QLD

Technically this is a luxury beach front retreat for groups; a perfect place for a family get together as it can accommodate up to 22 people, split between 5 residences. It’s like having your own private hotel right on the beach.

Certain pets are welcome in this luxury dog friendly hotels Queensland, but given the luxury level here it would be wise to discuss your dog needs direct to the hotel prior to any booking being made.

PH: 07 4154 7757

Enquiries by phone or email to

Bookings online through https://zenbeachretreat.com/

54 Miller Street, Bargara, QLD 4670



Dog Friendly Hotels North QLD

Henderson Park Farm Retreat – Barmoya (near Rockhampton)

Dog Friendly Hotels North QLD

This dog friendly retreat is a 5th generation commercial beef cattle property. It also adds a new option for pet friendly accommodation North Queensland style.

Being only 10-minutes off the main highway, about 30-minutes North of Rockhampton and the Capricorn Coast it is an ideal location as a base for your day trips. Mind you, the retreat has so much to see as well from farm tours, animal feeding, bush walking, canoeing, fishing and at night sitting around the campfire and gazing at how bright the stars are.

There are cabins where the dog is permitted inside; but must be kept off all furniture. There are also a Lodge and House for accommodation, where the dog must be kept outside, but the retreat can provide a portable kennel to make things easier. Here is a link to their current pet policy that you can discuss prior to making your booking:

https://www.hendersonpark.com.au/petfriendly

PH: 07 4934 2794

Enquiries by phone or email to

Bookings by email through https://www.hendersonpark.com.au/contact

“Henderson Park”, Barmoya (via Rockhampton), QLD 4702



Dog Friendly Hotels Far North QLD

Mai Tai Resort – Cassowary (near Pt Douglas)

Dog Friendly Hotels Far North QLD

A boutique resort in the hinterland not far from Pt Douglas.

The views over the surrounding valleys and forest areas are gorgeous.

The resort has a decided Balinese feel to the décor, in such a way that you can easily just chill out and put your feet up.

It has 6 rooms in total, including a 2-bedroom Villa as well as 4 other bedrooms of 2 different grades.

It is adults only as children under 18 years are not permitted, but is pet friendly for well-behaved dogs.

Due to the heat and rain at certain times of the year finding pet friendly accommodation Far North Queensland style is a must.

You and your dog will appreciate this rainforest setting.

PH: 07 4098 4956

Enquiries by phone or email to

Book online through https://www.maitai-resort.com.au/contact-/-enquiries

292 Mossman Mt. Molloy Road, Cassowary, Pt Douglas, QLD 4877



Dog Friendly Hotels Western QLD

Spicers Hidden Vale – Grandchester

Dog Friendly Hotels Western QLD

After an extensive unsuccessful search for pet friendly hotels in Western Queensland we have settled on this property about an hour West of Brisbane.

It would be a perfect hotel stop at the beginning or end of your Queensland adventure.

It is a beautiful property with 2 pools and the amazing Homage Restaurant; that will also do takeaways if you are heading off on a drive sightseeing.

A beautiful restaurant, 2 pools to relax in, lovely accommodation; I think that fits with our brief of “ dog friendly accommodation with pool”.

They are pet friendly and even offer a ‘Pooch Package’, for your stay in the Chinese Cottage; being the allocated pet-friendly accommodation.

Here is a link to their pet friendly package and terms and conditions.

PH: 1300 179 340

Book online through https://spicersretreats.com/retreats/spicers-hidden-vale/

617 Grandchester Mount Mort Rd, Grandchester, QLD 4340


Thanks for reading this article on the best dog friendly hotels Queensland. If you enjoyed this take a look at some of our other posts such as dog friendly accomodation in NSW and the best dog beds you can buy in Australia.

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