Best Dog Camping Spots in Brisbane

Best dog camping spots near Brisbane we love


ESK Caravan Park

16 Hassall Street, Esk QLD 4312

This park offers dog wash facilities, a veterinary clinic, and pet-friendly accommodation options including cabins and caravan stays. A maximum of 2 pets are allowed at each campsite.


Gordon Country Campgrounds

1847-2081 Inverramsay Road, Goomburra QLD 4362

Gordon Country Campgrounds warmly welcome dogs, though they are not allowed inside the luxury tents, cabins, or on any furniture on the deck. Up-to-date vaccinations for dogs are required.


Bigriggen Park

196 Bigriggan Road, QLD 4287

This campground offers facilities such as toilets, showers, powered sites, swimming, fishing, biking, campfires, wildlife, and hiking trails, among other amenities.


Flinders Beach

North Stradbroke Island QLD 4183

There are 12 pet-friendly beachfront campsites with opportunities for bushwalking, whale watching (seasonal), wildlife interaction, and surfing beaches. Access to the beach is only via four-wheel drive.


Goomburra Valley Campgrounds

2013 Inverramsay Rd, Goomburra QLD 4362

A refundable deposit is charged for families with dogs and will be returned upon departure. Don’t forget to bring your dog’s vaccination certificate when visiting the site.


Neurum Creek Bush Retreat

268 Rasmussen Road, Neurum QLD 4514

Located approximately 1.5 hours north of Brisbane.


Yarraman Caravan Park

12121 D’Aguilar Highway, Yarraman, QLD 4614

Pets cannot be left unattended in the yard. There are many walking trails nearby.


Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park

676 Spring Creek Road, Killarney QLD 4373

Queen Mary Falls Caravan Park is located on the border of New South Wales and offers both powered and unpowered caravan and camping sites. The park also has a kitchen with wood heaters, gas barbecues, refrigerators, microwaves, and stoves.

When heading to the beach with your furry friend, don’t forget to pack the essentials. To ensure a comfortable day out in the sun, bring along plenty of water and a collapsible bowl for your dog to drink from. Sunscreen specially formulated for dogs is also important if your dog has short hair or sensitive skin. 

Additionally, consider bringing a portable shade tent or beach umbrella to provide some relief from the sun’s heat. And of course, always remember to bring poop bags and dispose of them properly to keep the beach clean for everyone’s enjoyment.

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