"Dogs are not banned on ferries," a spokesperson said. "When travelling on ferries dogs must be in a box, basket or other container, unless they are an assistance animal." This brings the rules into line with those on buses and light rails in NSW.... read more ›
Assistance animals with a valid form of accepted accreditation are allowed on all public transport in NSW. Pet animals may be allowed to travel on buses, ferries, light rail and in a taxi if it is confined in a box, basket or other container as required by the Passenger Transport (General) Regulation 2017.... continue reading ›
Not all ferries offer both services, and there is typically a charge for either option. Foot passengers can struggle, as many ferry operators will expect you to contain your dog in a suitable (RSPCA-approved) pet carrier during the journey. For owners of large-breed dogs this may be a considerable inconvenience.... read more ›
We were surprised to discover that the Sydney Harbour Bridge Walk is definitely not dog-friendly. Not allowed on or off-leash. The bridge walk is part of the longer Cahill Walk that begins (or ends, depending on your direction) in the Royal Botanic Gardens, where dogs are also not allowed.... see details ›
- Give your pet some exercise before boarding the ferry.
- Keep your pet hydrated with enough water, especially on hot days.
- Bring your pet's favourite blanket or toy.
- Bring your own padlock if you wish to use our onboard kennels.
- Keep dogs on a leash and under your care when outside your vehicle.
A Transport for NSW spokesperson also confirmed the enforcement. “Dogs are not banned on ferries,” the spokesperson clarified. “When travelling on ferries dogs must be in a box, basket or other container, unless they are an assistance animal.... see details ›
Small animals are permitted on trains, trams, buses and V/Line trains if kept in an animal container. Dogs are able to travel on trains as long as they have been fitted with a lead and muzzle. Further rules regarding dogs on public transport include a requirement that you: clean up any mess your dog makes.... view details ›
No. For safety reasons all passengers must leave their vehicles and make their way to the lounges or open decks.... view details ›
Though rules vary from airline to airline, your dog can typically only fly in the cabin—a.k.a. as a carry-on—if they are small enough to fit in a carrier under the seat in front of you. Any larger than that, and your pup will have to travel in the cargo hold, with the luggage and freight.... view details ›
Dogs, cats or ferrets are allowed on our ships, as long as they meet all the EU entry requirements and have a valid AHC or EU Pet Passport.... read more ›
If you're visiting Sydney with a dog, unfortunately, some of the most popular sightseeing options don't allow you to bring along your dog. This includes sights such as Taronga Zoo and all of the museums.... continue reading ›
Unfortunately, unlike the botanic gardens in Melbourne, which allows pets on a leash inside, the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney does not allow dogs at all. This is clearly signposted at the entrance.... see details ›
Whale Beach is pet friendly! If you need help to decide where to stay, play, or eat with Fido, you've come to the right place.... see more ›
Once you have left the ferry, find somewhere safe to pull over and get your dog out of the car. This will allow you to check them over and gives an opportunity for them to go to the toilet and stretch their legs.... continue reading ›
Your pet will travel in a kennel supervised by a full time pet attendant. You can visit your pet frequently and take them to the exercise area adjacent to the kennels. These are the only areas the pets are allowed on the ship.... see more ›
Yes, your dog must be muzzled and on a lead whenever they are outside their owner's vehicle, during check-in and during any transfers on board e.g. between the car decks and your pet-friendly cabin or kennels and between the pet-friendly cabin/kennel and the pet exercise area.... view details ›
Approved assistance animals are allowed on Newcastle Transport. Pets may be allowed to travel on light rail, buses, ferries if confined in a box, basket or other container as required by the NSW Passenger Transport Act and regulations.... continue reading ›
Uber Pet will be available from June 25 in Melbourne, Perth, Adelaide, Gold Coast, Canberra, Newcastle, Hobart, Cairns, Sunshine Coast, Geelong, Wollongong and Darwin, in addition to Sydney and Brisbane, as a separate product in the Uber app.... see more ›
For carrying dogs, there are two travel options available. A dog can be taken in a coupe (2 berths) or a cabin (4 berths) of a train in A.C. First Class or Non-A.C. First Class. No pets are allowed in AC Sleeper Coaches, AC chair car coaches and second class coaches.... see details ›
Note: only service dogs can be carried in the passenger cabin of the aircraft. All other animals and pets travel in a special area in the hold of a passenger aircraft where the temperature and noise are similar to those experienced in the cabin.... see more ›
Dogs on trains, buses and trams in Melbourne and Sydney.
Transport New South Wales states that pets (aside from assistance dogs or police/security dogs) are not permitted on train or platforms, but can be permitted on a bus or light rail at the discretion of the staff if the pet is contained in a box or crate.... read more ›
Pets, such as a dog or cat, can usually travel with you on our buses. However, it's at the driver's discretion, the driver will consider things like if there is already another pet on the bus when making their decision. Guide dogs and assistance dogs are of course allowed at all times.... continue reading ›
Unfortunately, unlike the botanic gardens in Melbourne, which allows pets on a leash inside, the Royal Botanic Garden in Sydney does not allow dogs at all. This is clearly signposted at the entrance.... read more ›
Approved assistance animals are allowed on Newcastle Transport. Pets may be allowed to travel on light rail, buses, ferries if confined in a box, basket or other container as required by the NSW Passenger Transport Act and regulations.... see more ›
If you're visiting Sydney with a dog, unfortunately, some of the most popular sightseeing options don't allow you to bring along your dog. This includes sights such as Taronga Zoo and all of the museums.... see more ›
We welcome dogs to Barangaroo Reserve, on a leash and with owners who are willing to clean-up after them!... continue reading ›