Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia

Are you ready to take an Australian vacation and looking for dog-friendly accommodation in WA? With Covid-19 having turned the world upsidedown, many have found themselves housebound or stuck in the same State with their pets stuck indoors for months on end.  With restrictions lifting, now is the perfect time to pack your bags and your pooch in the car, and head off into the wild blue yonder for a well-earned vacation.


A great idea is to make a road trip.  There are plenty of places to see along the way. Either heading inland or via the coast and perfect for staying at Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia.

If you are packing up the car and drive from home, then have a read of our great places to stay here.

There is always caravan parks and AirBnB’s, but often we want a nicer style of accommodation.

If you are driving a long distance in WA then you must have a good condition & serviced vehicle.


Here is our list of the Top Ten Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia

Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia – Geraldton area

The Studio at Greenough Nature Stay – Greenough, Geraldton

Deep in the heart of native bushland, unwind in the lush vegetable garden and collect the eggs from the poultry or pick your own vegetables fresh from the garden. Guests have access to the entire grounds, which is great if you have kids or a dog, plus onsite laundry room is yours to use too.

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Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia – Nannup

Chalet #1, Wheelchair, dog and kid-friendly haven

Snuggle up to each other in front of the log fire, or cook the family a BBQ. Basic home supplies and linen are supplied here. Chalet 1 is wheelchair friendly. There are also 3 self-contained chalets tucked neatly into the natural bushland.

All the chalets have verandahs are ideal to sit back taking in the views of the bush, sipping local wines from the vineyard, soaking in a tub, or, breathe in the fresh air and enjoy the myriad of birds that abound in the Nannup area.

Youll be amazed at the savings in accommodation here.


Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia – Lakeview

Lakeview Self-catering Accommodation – Lakeview

Wow-what a location – situated just 5 minutes drive from Bridgetown, Lakeview offers apartment-style accommodation with a private ensuite, kitchen areas and of course  TV for the family.  But with the stunning surroundings, you might not have time to watch it.


Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia – Northam / Toodyay

Dempster Stone Cottage – circa 1850 – Northam /Toodyay

Dempster cottage is just majestic – it is a fully renovated stone farmhouse cottage. Buckland Estate is the precious land area which is surrounded by history. Large queen size bedroom, plus a single bed in sitting area for a third person.

Enjoy the large spa and ensuite and small kitchenette. The front verandah is definitely the place to hang out here as you are surrounded by gorgeous trees, a lake and with pretty farmland views. Wake to the pretty birdlife in the trees.

Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia – Harpendene Rise

The Blue House – Denmark

The Blue House in Denmark has lovely river views. Hiking and fishing are on offer nearby.

The holiday home boast 2 lovely bedrooms, a great kitchen, keep clothing clean with the washing machine, plus, there are 3 bathrooms with a shower.

Towels and bed linen are extra charges.



What do you look for in pet-friendly accommodation?

Do you have any great places you’d suggest we plan a stay at next?

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2 thoughts on “Dog-Friendly Accommodation in Western Australia

  1. Thanks for sharing awesome list of dog friendly accommodation in WA! 🙂 Yes your right, covid19 literally turned our worlds upside down. So what to do? With some restrictions being lifted, I guess it’s about time to shrug off the cabin fever and begin some road tripping with the fam and our fur baby.

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