Pet Friendly Accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula

With local travel restrictions lifted but interstate travel still off the agenda, the appetite for pet-friendly accommodation on the Mornington Peninsula has grown exponentially. This is no surprise considering the post-lockdown pent-up travel demand, and the fact that over 65% of Victorians are pet owners.

At, we were quick to adapt to a flooded post-COVID19 marketplace with strategies in place to ensure our portfolio was best positioned for its ongoing success. One of these strategies has resulted in being able to offer more pet friendly properties than ever, which has been greatly received, with over 90% of future bookings confirming they will be bringing their furry companion/s. And whilst bringing pets might at times come with conditions, it does mean more guests are able to holiday with the whole family.

Click here to view just a few of our pet-friendly properties.

We’d also like to take this opportunity to provide the following useful information to consider when bringing your pet on holiday to the region.

Pet-Friendly Beaches & Pathways

The front (bay) beaches offer approximately 50km of picturesque pathways and off-lead beaches for visitors and their furry friends to choose from. For a full list of leash-free beaches and any seasonal restrictions, check out this helpful guide courtesy of the Mornington Peninsula Shire.

Please note, the back (ocean) beach pathways and National Park Reserve (between Point Nepean and Flinders) is strictly a no-go if visiting with your canine companion. This is a very sensitive area with dogs prohibited (even if they are on a leash or inside a car), as they endanger nesting seabirds. Rangers are constantly on patrol and heavy fines apply.

Pet Conditions

Whilst our focus is on ensuring you and your your pet have a great experience, we also have a responsibility to future guests (who may be allergic) and our Property Owners (where it is our job to ensure their asset is looked after). We therefore ask you to please ensure you understand and accept the specific conditions applicable to each property when you enquire.

Of course, if you need any help deciding which property would best suit you and your pets, please give us a call.

Written by nab79 • June 11, 2020
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