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Dog Friendly Winter Activities in Sydney

Dog Friendly Winter Activities in Sydney

With cold weather in full swing, sometimes finding the right activity to do with your pooch can be a bit of a challenge. Don't worry we've got you covered! Back by popular demand, this time we are covering Sydney's best dog friendly spots for you to visit this winter. Whether you're a local or heading up to Sydney to enjoy some more pleasant weather during the winter holidays, we've rounded up a list of cafes, activities and more for you and your pooch to enjoy together! 

The Grounds of Alexandria | cafe


A cult favourite brunch and dinner spot in Sydney, The Grounds of Alexandria makes part of a perfect day out with your pup. Dogs are enthusiastically welcomed in all of their outdoor spaces as well as their newly opened The Potting Shed, a lush outdoor eating experience. Currently, The Grounds is exhibiting an Alice in Wonderland themed installation that you and your furry friend can also explore.


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SKYLINE DRIVE IN | drive thru cinema


Bring your pup along to Skyline Drive In in Blacktown to catch the sunset and watch a movie. The perfect winter activity where you can snuggle up with some blankets and a good selection of snacks. And of course movies are made better when you have your furry friend curled up next to you!

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THE HUGHENDEN | hotel and high tea 


Located in the heart of Woollahra, The Hughenden is a pet-friendly boutique hotel that does not disappoint. Doggos are more than welcome (encouraged even) in this quaint and luxurious space. Spoil your pooch with a weekend staycation or enjoy a meal together at their cafe. Your furry friend can even join you for an afternoon of high tea.  

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Surrey Hills 

The Carrington is perhpas one of Syndey's most dog friendly places to dine. A cosy option during the colder months, this pub not only offers a delicious menu for the humans, it caters a seperate selection especially for pooches of course! Your furry friend can enjoy a meal of beef tartare, steak and veg or some pupcakes by your side.

Image credit: @roverandco_sydney @thecarringtonsydney 


JINDABYNE | alpine town  


While ski resorts in the Snowy Mountains aren't dog friendly, your pup can still enjoy a snowy adventure in Jindabyne, an alpine town just on the edge of the Snowy Mountains. The perfect winter activity, your pooch is sure to enjoy playing in the snow as well as exploring the many scenic lakes and parks as well as dog friendly cafes in the area. For accomodation, we recommend looking at East Lake Travellers Lodge, Pender Lea Chalets and Tinkersfield which also has a Doggy Daycare where you can leave your pooch while you ski. 

Image credit: @houndsoftinkersfield 


VINO PAW TOURS | winery tours 

Hunter Valley

Wine and pooches are perhaps our favourite pairing and Vino Paw Tours make  exploring dog friendly wineries just that bit easier. Enjoy private tours of wineries in the Hunter Valley and travel in a mini bus fit with doggy car seats and seatbelts. A great weekend activity to enjoy with friends, family and fur babies, of course. 

Image credit: @vinopawtours




Enjoy a day of adventure and delicious treats at Cafe Bones Dog Park. This cafe was the originator of the of the Pupaccino and also offers furry friends other gourmet treats such as biscuits, pupcakes and more. Pups can also play and socialise in space. 

Image credit: @bailey.minidachshund

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