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Barossa Pet-friendly Accommodation.

Eat, drink and be merry in the Barossa

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Gawler Caravan Park

Gawler Caravan Park is centrally located in the heart of Gaw…

From $35 per night
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Barossa Family Holiday Home

A Beautiful Barossa Holiday home that is suitable for Couple…

From $279 per night
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Kingsford Homestead

Kingsford Homestead is an award winning, luxury country retr…

From $4000 per night
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Barossa Best

Nestled unobtrusively on Tanunda's main street, Barossa Best…

From $205 per night
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Riverside Farm

Riverside Farm is a secluded country cottage set on 1000 acr…

From $249 per night
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Cabernet Cottage

Cabernet Cottage is a cosy, three bedroom self-contained cot…

From $220 per night
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Little Para Cottage

There are four wineries situated along Para Road in Tanunda …

From $180 per night
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Barossa Views Bed & Breakfast

Barossa Views is a 50's style farmhouse that has been loving…

From $175 per night
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Bethany Cottages

Bethany Cottage comprises two old renovated cottages on seve…

From $170 per night
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Tanunda House

Tanunda House sits on one acre of stunning grounds in the he…

From $2000 per night
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Memory Lane Accommodation

Memory Lane Accommodation is unique loft accommodation for u…

From $220 per night
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Bethany Reserve Cottage

Bethany Reserve Cottage is an 1840s German cottage, located …

From $180 per night
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Find Pet-friendly Accommodation in Barossa

Less than an hour’s drive northeast of Adelaide is the internationally acclaimed Barossa Valley wine region.

Forget your map and jump into the Barossa. At almost every turn you’ll find five-star retreats, opulent self-contained accommodation, some of the world’s best wineries and sumptuous food, including television personality and cook Maggie Beer’s Nuriootpa estate and cafe.

Many of the valley’s 80 vineyards and cellar doors are pup-friendly allowing you and your dog to meet winemakers, chat with passionate staff and mingle with proud locals.

Towns in the Barossa have a distinctly German feel, and in true Germanic style, the region produces some of Australia’s best mettwurst. You and your pooch will enjoy the cured meat treats – we suggest leaving the spiciest sausages to the humans; they can get pretty hot!

Are you taking kids on holiday as well as your fur-baby? Or do you just love visiting Australia’s unusual “big things”? If you answered yes to either of these questions the giant rocking horse and toy factory at Gumeracha is a must-see attraction. Bring the lead and pack a picnic for a fun-filled lunch at the world’s biggest rocking horse.

Things to do with your dog in the Barossa Valley

• Tour the Barossa’s world famous wineries
• Have lunch at Maggie Beer’s Farm House Eatery and Shop
• Try the region’s traditional German cured meats and sausages
• Have a picnic underneath the world’s biggest rocking horse


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