Stopping for coffee at Anglesea (though I’m not sure that puppuccinos are ever going to be my thing), Aireys to Fairhaven (we always have fun getting a photo with those blokes that built the Road under the Memorial Arch). That time we stayed in Aireys – our Great Ocean Road Pet Friendly Accommodation was just near the pizza place….hmm. My nose didn’t stop twitching for days. Then it’s off to the beach at the crack of dawn while your peeps ride a few waves. I’m still on my L plates on a board.
Mum’s always on the lookout for the best pet friendly accommodation on the Great Ocean Road. She’s a whizz at it. What about that one right opposite the beach – my favourite – Lorne dog beach, just a run down the hill from the millions of Pet Friendly Accommodation in the Otways in Deans Marsh. All those rock pools – watch out for that nasty crab though. Had a nasty encounter with it and my nose one time. Just sayin’.
SO much fun at the beach. I tell you though, my fave dog friendly accommodation on the Great Ocean Road are the ones with the big cosy beds, for ME! Yep – just perfect to snuggle up to snore in front of a warm fire in winter. Then there’s the ones where you can SMELL the beach from your balcony on the cliff tops – now THAT’s the best Great Ocean Road Dog Friendly Accommodation in my book!
There’s lots of cool pet friendly accommodation in the Otways choices too…you won’t believe how many great places are there for you to sniff out. While you are staying in your Dog Friendly Accommodation in the Otways you gotta try that ice cream they have there at Timboon…wahoo. Get this – they have special ice creams for DOGS! Can you believe it? To die for.
Or that time we stayed way up on the hill in our Pet Friendly Accommodation in the Otways, and took a long walk around Lake Elizabeth – yep – I’m allowed there! Stayed in Forrest that time running beside the humans who mountain biked the trails – can highly recommend the sticks there! Get ‘em to look for Otways Pet Friendly Accommodation someday to check ‘em out. Otways dog friendly accommodation can help too.
Otways Pet Friendly Accommodation will have you pretty close to the 12 Apostles too. Seems humans can’t count anymore! Whatever. I tell you what though, searching Great Ocean Road Pet Friendly Accommodation will find you some great spots in Port Campbell. OK – so it’s a tiny beach, but oh, those waves. I could race in and bite them all day!
G’day. Banjo here.
Always up for a trip to the beach, me. And I just can’t wait till I can get my humans out on another one of their hunts for Great Ocean Road Pet Friendly Accommodation. Man, I tell you, they’ve found some beauties down there. From the Pet Friendly Accommodation on the Great Ocean Road in Torquay nearly all the way to Warrnambool, this road just goes on forever! Have you seen those whales way down there – not sure what the humans see in those big lumps in the sea – I’m never allowed to go and check them out! Great place for checking out the Pet friendly accommodation on the Great Ocean Road there though, they say.
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GREAT OCEAN ROAD PET FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATION Off to explore the best Pet Friendly Accommodation on the Great Ocean Road along the coast! What coast, you ask? The Great Ocean Road of course! Where else would you want to go? I don’t know why we don’t just live there. My humans and I head down every chance we get – they love to surf. Me, I bite waves. They just keep coming at ya! Tiring though. Mum’s always on the lookout for some great Great Ocean Road Pet Friendly Accommodation, so we can stay longer. Coz HEY – they wouldn’t leave me behind! Besides, I look so great in all the Insta posts! Sometimes it’s cottages, sometimes B&B’s. We even take the tent and camp in one of the caravan parks right over the dunes from the beach! We’ve all got our favourite Pet Friendly Accommodation on the Great Ocean Road picks – me, I go for the ones with the big dog beds and home made treats! Just sayin’. There are some amazing Dog Friendly Accommodation on the Great Ocean Road – holiday homes & apartments that are just great for checking out the surf from the balcony while you wait for the snags to cook on the barbie. Did I mention snags? Where was I? Oh yeah – cruising down the coast, stopping into Wye River for a drink and explore. On to Skenes Creek and Apollo Bay – where I am allowed into the pub too! Even got my picture on the wall of fame there! The Great Ocean Road Dog Friendly Accommodation down there is SWEET. And just up the road, Paradise! Heading on down to mooch around at Cape Otway (those koalas are just too high up the trees to be that interesting), and on to the 12 Apostles. Funny right – twelve! I can only see about five. Whatever. Then down to our latest find on Great Ocean Road Pet Friendly Accommodation at Port Campbell. Only minutes from the best ice cream in the world at Timboon – did I mention they have special ice cream for dogs???? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING FOR?
OTWAYS HINTERLAND PET FRIENDLY ACCOMMODATION – More and more people are traveling with their beloved dogs. We get that absolutely…lots of dog lovers here in the Otways Hinterland! After all, our pets are as much a part of the family as everyone else – right? The Otways Hinterland offers a wealth of truly pet friendly accommodation and visitor experiences. While much of the hinterland is covered by National Park, there is also plenty of State Park where dogs are welcome. Many of our cafes, wineries and other great experiences are pet friendly – in fact, you may well find an enthusiastic four-legged welcoming committee at quite a number of them! Bringing your dog along can add a bit of complication to a great holiday…unless of course you can find accommodation which is genuinely pet friendly. Good thing you have found yourself here then, as there are many such sensational places of dog loving retreat here in the Otways Hinterland Pet friendly accommodation. Bush land cottages and cabins, rural and township based bed and breakfasts, apartments and villas and more are spread across the hinterland. So much better to enjoy a break away with the entire family. WOOF. I think Banjo agrees.