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Best dog beaches in Australia

Best dog beaches in Australia

Australia with white-sand beaches and sweeping headlands brings influx of tourists from all over the world. There are hidden coves to wild shores and the best dog beaches in Australia are worth visiting. To name a few are:

Sirius Cove Reserve, Mosman NSW

This is a secluded beach into the Sydney Harbour, northern headland opening to a path leading east to Chowder Bay and Taronga Zoo. Dogs are welcome all day off leash during the week and are also good to visit on weekends from 9am-4pm, while owners can enjoy the children’s playground or visit the nearby barbecue area.

Tallow Beach, Byron Bay NSW

Dogs will find this beach to enjoy off-leash as there is exercise area to stretch legs. Of course there will be different families surrounding the animal kingdom and the Tallow Beach houses local birds, pippis, fish, and occasionally you can brush past the whales.

 Sunshine Beach, Noosa QLD

The northern end of Sunshine beach is prominent to its name. The lazy afternoons allow to enjoy evenings in the beer garden in the local surf and also to enjoy on the Sunshine Coast a quiet spot as your furry friend burns on the sand some energy.

St Kilda Beach, Melbourne VIC

Melbourne’s, in Australia is well known for its beach welcomes and there are four-legged companions with their two-footed owners visiting alike. There is free place to roam off-leash areas across St Kildas and also to venture into the ocean so that the sandbars avert the water to go too deep.

Peasholm Dog Beach, Scarborough WA

Soft sand, clear water, and open stretch of ocean awaits at Peasholm all canines. Your Fido can swim in the stable conditions and also cool his paws.  The Peasholm beach is a dog-friendly area extending into North Flore featuring surrounding freshwater taps that calls for a victorious drink.

Flinders Beach, Mornington Peninsula VIC

This beach is the right choice if you wish to camp with your best mate on the beach. Bring your dog here and enjoy sharing a home with koalas, kangaroos, and few others the native wildlife.

Coles Beach, Devonport TAS

This is a beach that is easily accessible. It is below the Devenport coastal city offering the dog’s endless breadth to stay off-leash. The beach far western end has some restrictions and dogs are expected at all times to be on leash. In fact, from November to March dogs are restricted from entering between 9am to 8 pm.