Australian Capital Territory Dog Friendly Campis and Rest Areas Listing InformationHere is our Australian Capital Territory Dog Friendly Camping and Rest Area List, you can also use our website search engine to find other Pet Friendly Australian Sites that we have listed. We also encourage you to Add any Pet Friendly sites that we don't already have in our online database list.
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To stay at the Blue Range Hut Recreation area, Bookings are essential, as you will not be able to get inside the locked gate unless you book prior. Phone 6205 8794 or book online.
The Epic Exhibition Caravan Park allows you to bring your pet with you. It has been said that this park is a bit on the old side. But its close to Canberra, and OK for setting up a base to explore the local surroundings for a few days.
Take a short break at the Hughie Edwards VC Rest Area before heading off to you next destination, you can let the dog out for a short walk, and stretch your legs at the same time.
Nice spot to let the kids have some fun on the playground while your using the undercover BBQ area, and it's also just a short walk to the Molongo River to try your luck catching dinner.
The Paddys River Rest Area is a large asphalt area with no shade but there is room to park your camper here to take a break from driving. When your here you might as well get out of your vehicle and stretch your legs, and take a short walk around the car ...
The Woods Reserve camping area is located on the banks of the Gibralter Creek, and a maximum stay of two weeks permitted. payment can be made at the Tidbinbilla Visitors' Centre, at the box onsite or to the Ranger. Walk to the Gibralter Falls Space fo ...
Taking your Pet on Holiday with you
One of the problems we face when we decide to go camping, is what do we do with our pets.
So I've started to create a database of camping spots all over Australia, that you can take your dog with you.
I'd appreaciate any feedback as to the suitablility of these camping sites listed.