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The Best Queensland Dog Friendly Airbnbs

There are few areas on the planet that offer as many diverse and beautiful holiday options as Queensland. From beaches, to cities and rainforest, there’s something for everyone–and their dog. To ensure your best mate doesn’t have to worry about missing the action we’ve tracked down the best Queensland dog friendly Airbnbs to escape to for a week or a weekend.

Country Creek Retreat

Location: Cooroy
Sleeps: 2
Price: $141

This bright, airy, country escape combines the best of nature and design. Surrounded by rainforest and near Noosa Eumundi it makes for a great winter or summer getaway for a couple seeking a break among the trees.

Quaint Guest Suite Close to Mudjimba Beach

Location: Mudjimba
Sleeps: 2
Price: $105

If you’re after an easy, breesy, elegant little beach escape, we’ve found you a great slice of tranquility. You can head down to Mudjimba beach or hang out at home and enjoy the barbecue, deck, and beautiful native birds.

The Farm on Razorback Ridge

Location: Montville
Sleeps: 10
Price: $378.57

If you have a larger group, but don’t want to miss out on a luxury feel, this tranquil farm could be perfect. Situated among acres of paddocks and rainforest, you wouldn’t know the town centre and Sunshine Coast’s beautiful beaches were a short(ish) drive away.

Miranda Downs Stylish Country Cabin

Location: Imbil
Sleeps: 2
Price: $168.57

After a real country fantasy, look no further. This secluded cabin is rustic in the good way, not the way people say when they mean run down. Enjoy the private views across the valley while getting to know some local farm animals.

Queensland Dog friendly Airbnbs

Treehaus: Luxe Sunny Coast Private Bush Retreat

Location: Valdora
Sleeps: 4
Price: $179.29

When it comes to picking Queensland Dog friendly Airbnbs, we would never suggest staying someone just for the photo opportunities, but let’s just say you’ll be making some #blessed Instagram content here. This very zen tree house is just down the road from Coolum beach, but surrounded by bush and farmland meaning you can enjoy a swim, and admire nature from your balcony. 

Vanlife – “The Dream” Campervan

Location: Mooloolaba
Sleeps: 3
Price: $130

Keen to really mix it up? Throwaway the idea of a house all together and head out in this very elevated campervan. What it lacks in, well a bathroom, it makes up for with a surprising amount of other amenities. Consider it a fun alternative to camping, offering all of the adventure with considerable more comfort.

The Dome House

Location: Mount Coolum
Sleeps: 12
Price: $746

We don’t think Queensland dog friendly Airbnbs get more unique than this. This large house, built with a geodesic dome, isn’t only striking, it’s kind of the dream Queensland home. The unique design keeps it cool, and offers the feeling of sleeping in a treehouse. If that’s not enough to impress you, there’s also the great pool, garden, BBQ area, beach, and national park nearby.

Queensland Dog friendly Airbnbs

Perfect Pet Friendly Brisbane Getaway

Location: Kangaroo Point
Sleeps: 2
Price: $85

If you’re looking for somewhere convenient but elevated to make your base while in Brisbane, look no further than this stylish and contained apartment. Not only is the space great, but there’s also a great rooftop pool to enjoy the city views.

The Range

Location: Mount Mellum
Sleeps: 10
Price: $907

This large but sophisticated property will ensure that everyone has space to relax. With a beautiful kitchen, entertaining area, and views it’s the perfect spot to unwind with mates. If you feel like exploring, Australia Zoo and Aussie World are down the road, with some of the state’s best beaches only 30 minutes away.

Queensland Dog friendly Airbnbs

Luxury Gold Coast Hinterland Villa

Location: Mount Nathan
Sleeps: 10
Price: $344

Honestly, we’re having trouble looking past that epic pool area. If that wasn’t beautiful enough this Hinterland property also boasts beautiful views, hot tub, and a fun beach vibe. While this list is technically Queensland Dog friendly Airbnbs, for what it’s worth this is also horse friendly. One note, it technically sleeps 10 but there is only one official bedroom, so you’d want to bring a group you were very comfortable with.

Planning a trip? Why not also check out:

The Best Brisbane Dog-Friendly Cafes

The Best Dog-friendly Airbnbs in New South Wales

The Best Sydney Dog Beaches

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Written by Wendy Syfret
Wendy is Head of Media at Scratch. Which is a good fit, because she's never met a dog she didn't like. Although she has a special place in her heart for muts: three legs, one eye, missing fur, bit of a weird walk? The scruffier the better. Her favourite dog in the whole world though is her terrier-mix Stevie.