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Gone to the dogs: a pet-friendly holiday in Sydney

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GoNSW ·last year
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Don’t leave your fur-baby at home this staycation – Sydney has all the dog-friendly activities you and your pup can dream of. Pamper your pooch with a luxurious hotel stay, delicious doggy meals and long walks through Sydney’s gorgeous parks. Here is your ultimate pet-friendly weekend in Sydney.

Credit: VisitNSW

Photo: Bailey Slessor

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Check-in to the Little Albion for your Plush Pup Package

The Little Albion in Surry Hills caters to the four-legged with the Plush Pup Package. Enjoy a stay in a stylish pet-friendly room with hardwood floors, complete with a cosy bed and food and water bowls for your pup.

Little Albion, a Crystalbrook Collection Boutique Hotel

21 Little Albion St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Au...
4.7 rating

Sip ‘puppaccinos’ at Cuckoo Callay

Take an afternoon stroll to Cuckoo Callay and treat your dog to a ‘puppaccino’ and an array of special dog treats. Dog mums and dads can enjoy fresh juices, pastries and wholesome meals.

Cuckoo Callay on Crown

413 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
4.4 rating

Enjoy a dog-friendly dinner at The Clock

Furry friends are always welcome at The Clock, a Surry Hills institution, serving up classic pub fare. Grab a beer and a burger, and enjoy the atmosphere and live DJ sets.

The Clock Hotel Bottle Shop

470 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australia
4.0 rating

Pick up breakfast from Carriageworks Farmers Markets for a puppy picnic in the park

Grab coffee and breakfast bites from Carriageworks Farmers Market and head to nearby Sydney Park to enjoy a morning picnic with your pup.

Carriageworks

245 Wilson St, Eveleigh NSW 2015, Australia
4.4 rating

Treat your pooch to a bath and blow dry at Hachi Sydney

Pamper your puppy with a blow out at Hachi Sydney, a dog boutique and spa, then spoil him or her further with healthy dog treats and a stylish new collar or sweater from their onsite shop. While the pooch is being groomed, treat yourselves to a massage at the nearby Alysium Spa.

Hachi Sydney

2 Steam Mill La, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australi...
5.0 rating

Close out your pooch playcay with lunch at The Winery

Grab a seat in the leafy laneway with your dog at The Winery and enjoy a glass of vino and some Sydney rock oysters to send off a fabulous weekend with your best furry friend.

The Winery

285A Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australi...
4.3 rating

Grab lunch at Henry Lee’s Redfern

Have lunch at Henry Lee’s Redfern – the cafe serves colourful dishes with local ingredients that match the stunning artwork on the walls. They’re doggie-friendly and serve special dog treats, too.

Henry Lee's Redfern

Hart St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
4.4 rating

Call in for an afternoon drink at Arcadia Liquors

Pet-friendly Arcadia Liquors has an outdoor space that is the perfect spot to sit back and enjoy a cocktail or craft beer with pup at your side.

Arcadia

7 Cope St, Redfern NSW 2016, Australia
4.6 rating

Drop in for dinner at The Carrington

Find a scenic spot for an outdoor photoshoot for you and your pup with a professional Pawtastic Photography dog photographer. You’ll love having the photos as a keepsake from the best puppy playcay in Sydney!

The Carrington

565 Bourke St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Australi...
4.3 rating

Enjoy a delicious breakfast from Devon Cafe

Grab takeaway coffee and breakfast from Devon Cafe and walk to Prince Alfred Park. Enjoy your breakfast on the grass with views back to the Sydney city skyline.

Devon Cafe

76 Devonshire St, Surry Hills NSW 2010, Austr...
4.0 rating
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