Pet Friendly Accommodation in NSW

At Ingenia Holidays, we understand how hard it can be to leave your pet at home. While domesticated animals aren’t allowed in all of our holiday parks, we do provide pet-friendly accommodation in NSW at some locations.

If you can’t stand the thought of leaving your four-legged friend behind the next time you go on holiday, we’ll do our best to help you find a place to stay where pets are welcome. After all, why should a beloved member of the family miss out on all the fun?

To ensure the safety and wellbeing of our guests, terms and conditions apply to all our pet-friendly caravan parks in NSW. Even if the Ingenia Holidays location you’re planning to visit is listed as pet-friendly, we advise contacting the park to ensure your pet meets all the criteria.

Some parks don’t allow pets during the school holidays due to the increased presence of children, and pet-friendly accommodation is often subject to availability. The size of your pet may also impact its suitability, as restrictions apply to large dogs at some Ingenia Holidays locations.

Undertaking some simple checks is the best way to choose a suitable holiday destination for you and your pet.

Pet Friendly Caravan Parks

Subject to terms and conditions, pets are welcome at the following Ingenia Holidays parks in NSW:

  • Broulee
  • Lake Macquarie
  • Albury
  • Avina
  • Mudgee
  • Mudgee Valley
  • Ocean Lake
  • South West Rocks
  • Sydney Hills
  • White Albatross.

Pet Friendly Camping

Camping with pets can be fun, but only if you know how to keep your pooch from running amok around the campsite. Here are some tips to help you enjoy a stress-free camping trip with your pet:

  • Find the right campsite for your pet’s personality – If your dog is laidback and loves being around people, a busy campsite probably won’t faze them. On the other hand, skittish pups may prefer more peaceful, isolated surroundings.
  • Make your pet easy to find – Keeping your pet from wandering off on can be tricky in unfamiliar surroundings, so it’s vital to have your contact details clearly printed on their collar.
  • Practise campsite etiquette – Nothing can ruin the serenity of a campsite quite like a yappy dog, so be sure to reign in your pet’s naughty habits before taking them on holiday.

Think you’re ready to take your pet on a relaxing getaway? Be sure to read up on our Tips for Travelling with Pets, and discover the Pawsome Dog Beaches near our holiday parks.