Do you want to take your beloved fur baby on the trip of a lifetime, but not sure what parks allow pets? We know how much fun pets bring to a holiday, so we’ve done the research for you and we’ve got the facts to steer you in the right direction.
A common rule in caravan parks is for pets to be allowed in your own accommodation, such as your tent or caravan, but not in the park cabins. You may also find that some do not allow pets in peak periods, so if you’re travelling at these times it’s best to double check and make sure you’re in the know in advance.
We know a lot of caravaners like to travel long distances, so it’s always worth checking these details and the specific rules of each park well in advance to avoid disappointment.
Banksia Tourist Park
Your furry friend will love Banksia Tourist Park. Set among 17 tranquil acres of stunning West Australian wildflowers, there’s plenty of space and fresh air. You’ll be able to park your motorhome in the perfect location – close to amenities but still in a calm and relaxed setting. Banksia Tourist Park is also only 10 minutes from the Swan Valley wine region, so there are plenty of places to go and eat and drink during your stay.
Small and well-behaved dogs are welcome at the park, but rules do apply, so be sure to read up before your arrival.
The BIG 4 Bunbury Caravan Park
For a summer getaway filled with sun, sand and swimming – the BIG 4 Bunbury Caravan Park is a great option. The Park has both powered and unpowered sites, suitable for most caravans, motorhomes and campers. Your dogs are welcome upon application and at the park Manager’s discretion. You’ll want to time your trip carefully though as dogs are not permitted on long weekends, school holidays, events or their peak season which falls from December to May.
RAC Exmouth Cap Holiday Park
If you want to see one of the most amazing, one of a kind sites in WA, this is the park for you. Situated right at the gateway to the Nangaloo Reef, it’s the ideal location for a family holiday. Plus, the warm climate year-round means it’s always a good time for a holiday. Pets are welcome at the park, but make sure you’re aware of all the rules before you go. Perhaps most importantly, dogs are only allowed on powered sites and camping sites – not in or around the cabins.
Discovery Parks Big4 – Pilbara Karratha
With powered sites and camper’s facilities, as well as amazing communal facilities, lawns and gardens – this is a great base to get away and see the unique Pilbara region. If you want an outback adventure with all the creature comforts you’re used to at home, this is the park for you. If you want to bring your dog along, make sure you apply for permission before you head north. Dogs are welcome, but an application is required and the decision is at the manager’s discretion. Once you’ve got your application approved, make sure to pack your dog’s leash and keep it to less than two meters.
With amazing motor homes for sale just in time for your Perth summer get away, there’s never been a better time to come into Caravan Land. We have all the expertise, advice and caravan accessories to make sure you have an amazing holiday.