Explore the dog paradise of Seal Rocks & Pacific Palms
We know what it’s like going away on a family holiday and having to leave your dog behind with a sitter or in a kennel. They don’t need to miss out. Seal Rocks and Pacific Palms regions are a haven for people and dogs alike so it would be a shame not to bring them with you.
Whilst dogs aren’t allowed in national parks, there are plenty of beaches, parks and cafes for them to enjoy with you. There is also plenty of space at the property for them to run around and explore.
Best dog friendly things to do
Some of the dog friendly beaches nearby include Boat Beach (Seal Rocks), Sandbar (Smiths Lake), Blueys Beach, Boomerang Beach and One Mile Beach in Forster. Dogs can be walked on leads between 5am-9am and 5pm-8pm.
Your pooch will be puffed just by running around the property. But for a change of scenery there are a number of designated off leash areas nearby. Try the Brambles Reserve at Tarbuck Bay, Sandbar/Cellito Beach and Coomba foreshore.
Well-behaved dogs are welcome at most cafes with outdoor tables. Our recommendations for great coffees and their love of dogs is The Good Food Store at Smiths Lake, Kembali at Blueys Beach, Single Fin Coffee at Seal Rocks.
Grab lunch on the lawn at The Recky (Pacific Palms Recreation Club) in Elizabeth Beach. Dogs aren’t allowed inside but there is plenty of seating on the lawn and its located on the shores of Wallis Lake so your dog can cool off in the water.
We absolutely love hosting people with their pooches. We know first hand how great it can be to stay at Warialda with your dog and discover the local area. There are just a few things we ask you to keep in mind to ensure the experience remains the best for everyone.