The Best Dog-Friendly Glamping in Australia

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Escape the hustle and bustle of everyday life and indulge in a rejuvenating getaway surrounded by nature. It’s time to unplug, unwind, and reconnect with the simple joys of life with your furry bestie, all in the comfort of your very own dog-friendly glamping tent.

With several luxurious options across Australia, you’ll have everything you need and more for the experience of your life.

Jiliby Creek Glamping

Jiliby Creek Camping, a dog-friendly glamping tent in NSW

Just a 90-minute drive from Sydney, Jiliby Creek Glamping Tent is a dog-friendly glamping site that aims to have minimal impact on the surrounding environment. The tent’s strong canvas exterior protects occupants from all weather conditions, so don’t be afraid to book in advance. 

Inside the tent, you’ll find a comfortable queen bed, power, lights, device charging, and cooling fans. There’s a private outdoor deck area equipped with a shady umbrella, luxury day bed and hammock where you can bask in the sun all day.

Bathrooms, shower facilities, kitchenette, BBQ equipment and the firepit are amenities that are shared between guests of the other accommodations of the property. And, if you need to check your emails, there’s wifi available throughout the property, including inside the tent.

Pups need to be kept on a leash as wildlife and other guests are around. The property has unfenced access to Jiliby Creek, so make sure you keep a close eye on Fido.

If the Jiliby Creek Glamping Tent is unavailable on your preferred dates, try booking Redwood Glamping Tent! Both tents are located on the same property, so you’ll get a similar experience.

Or, swap out the tent for The Burrow Glamping Dome, where you can enjoy panoramic views from the comfort of your cosy bed.Location: Lemon Tree, NSW 2259

Turon Gates Mountain Retreat

For the perfect authentic bush hideaway, head to Turon Gates Mountain Retreat and book into their dog-friendly glamping tent. Your double-lined glamping tent is furnished with a queen bed, private bathroom, kitchenette, mid-sized fridge and stove. The outdoor deck area has sun lounges, a shady umbrella, BBQ, a campfire and a hammock to unwind in style. 

With plenty of swimming holes and walking trails close by, you can connect with nature without feeling the urge to check your phone. There’s also no mobile phone reception in the valley, so you can unplug and enjoy your time off with your furry bestie.

Pups aren’t allowed on the furniture, so make sure you pack bedding, feeding bowls and any other essentials. 

Location: Capertree, NSW 2846

On your way to Turon Gates Mountain Retreat, stop by the Blue Mountains and venture on these breathtaking dog-friendly walks.

South Coast Retreat

A dog sitting on the outdoor deck of a dog-friendly camping site

Looking for a coastal getaway? South Coast Retreat is located in Greenwell Point, a sleepy village known for its world-class fishing and oysters. 

You can expect a queen-sized bed, bathroom with shower facilities, compact kitchen and electric heating inside this dog-friendly glamping tent. Your private outdoor deck has chairs, a sofa and a table for you to relax outside while you take in the sea breeze. If you want to cook up a storm, fire up the gas BBQ in the common area for a delicious feast.

Keep in mind that pups aren’t allowed on furniture and cannot be left unattended at any time. Head to the website for more details on their pup policy.

Location: Greenwell Point NSW 2540

Pack your beach bags and get sandy at these dog-friendly beaches on the South Coast.

Maple Park

Another great dog-friendly glamping option is Maple Park’s Safari Tent. With a four-poster queen bed, kids’ bunk room, bathroom and kitchenette, there’s plenty of space for the whole family. 

You can collect fresh eggs from the farm chickens, pick seasonal fruit and veggies and interact with the farm animals on-site. There’s a playground for kids to explore and a secured fenced yard for pets to run wild. Pups must be kept on a leash when they’re outside the yard.

Location: Kilmore East, VIC 3764

Euroa Glamping

The outside of a dog-friendly glamping dome in Balmattum, Victoria

You’re guaranteed to have a joyful and luxurious dog-friendly experience at Euroa Glamping. Choose from six dome tents with picture-perfect sunrise and sunset views, power outlets, portable air conditioner systems, electric fireplace room heaters and bed warmer. 

There are shared toilet and shower facilities, parking, wifi in common areas, a campfire, BBQ facilities, a picnic area and walking tracks. You can even book a breakfast package filled with delicious goodies for a hassle-free breakfast.

Pups aren’t allowed on furniture and require a one-off $30 cleaning fee for their stay. Keep an eye on your pup, as there are rat bait stations around the tent. 

Location: Balmattum, VIC 3666

Yallingup Lodge

Head to Yallingup Lodge, an adult-only retreat for an uninterrupted break from everyday life. This dog-friendly glamping site has the best of both worlds – private, tranquil lodging and an onsite wellness spa.

This fully powered site has a hot outdoor rainwater shower, a rustic open kitchen and festoon lighting. There’s an a la carte breakfast option available every morning where you can order a pet-friendly morning treat.

You’ll also have access to the onsite bbq, pool and retreat guests’ lounge and treetop balcony. If you need extra pampering, book into OM Day Spa for a facial, massage, or experience. And, if Fido has a taste for the finer things in life, book a dog spa service before your stay!

Location: Yallingup, WA 6282

As most glamping sites are on working farms or in rural areas home to cattle and Australian wildlife, many cannot accommodate pets. If you’re looking for other options to unwind in nature, check out the best dog-friendly caravan parks in Australia.