Dog Friendly Experiences in Hobart
Calling all Hobart pooches and pawrents (locals and visitors), this is your guide to a fun-filled day of good food and adventure. Whether you're planning a quick weekend getaway, a leisurely trip or are wanting to spend an exciting day of outings in Hobart with your furry friend, we've got you covered. Here are some of our top picks of dog friendly places to eat, beaches and parks to visit and of course wineries to stop by.
CAFE | A quickly growing favourite amongst locals located on King St in Sandy Bay, Sisterhood breakfast and brunch menus has something for everyone including your furry friends who can enjoy puppuccinos and doggie biscuits in your company.
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Room for a Pony
RESTAURANT | Located in a former petrol station in North Hobart, this groovy restaurant serves up a host of international dishes perfect for lunch or dinner. A great hotspot for some good chats, a bit of sunshine and delicious food, Room for a Pony also welcomes dogs in their outdoor dinning area.
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Stefano Lubiana Wines
WINERY | Just 25 minutes north of Hobart, the dreamy landscape of Stefano Lubiana Wines is sure to be a highlight of your day. Being the first and only certified biodynamic vineyard in Tasmania, it's exquisite and premium selection will have coming back for more. And don't worry, your fury friends won't be left out of the experience as dogs are more than welcome in their outdoor dining spaces.
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Wobbly Boot Vineyard
WINERY | Wobbly Boot brings together our two favourite things, wine and doggos of course! Nestled in the Coal River Valley, this boutique winery is filled with sweeping picturesque views for you to enjoy while you sip away. What's better? It offers three fenced off lead vineyards for your pooches to run free and play in so that they can have a bit of fun whilst you do too.
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Cascade Brewery Co
BREWERY | Home to Australia's oldest operating brewery situated at the foot of the majestic Mt. Wellington, Cascade Brewery Co is a must-visit destination to put on your list. Enjoy great beers, hearty food and warm hospitality whilst taking in the scenic view in its heritage beer garden. And of course, this iconic destination is perfectly dog friendly so your four-legged friend can lap up the sights too.
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John Turnbull Park
PARK | The perfect place for a bit of afternoon fun, you can best believe your dogs will be living their best lives exploring the vast beauty of John Turnbull Park. Packed with fun and adventure, its dog park is also equipped with a sandpit, logs and stones to jump over and even an agility course. It's safe to say the fur-babies will be pooped after a day spent well here.
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BEACH | A peaceful oasis situated 15 minutes out from Hobart is Kingston Beach, a popular destination for families and dog lovers alike. Enjoy a beach day with your four-legged friend, relaxing on the soft sand, frolicking through the water and playing a game of fetch in its off leash areas.
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STAY | A little gem in the heart of Hobart's CBD, this one bedroom award-winning property is a minimal and modern stay for you and your dogs to enjoy whilst visiting Hobart. A close walk to shops and cafes, this dog-friendly stay has kept its 1980s milkman cottage heritage which can still be felt throughout its renovated architecture.
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As always, we're always on the lookout for more dog friendly businesses and locations. Let us know your recommendations on Instagram!