There could not be a better companion to man than a dog. We often find ourselves at crossroads when deciding to pay a laid-back visit to the beach while leaving our pet alone at home. In Adelaide, life is simpler and dogs are welcome on many beaches.
A short ride of 13 minutes is all it takes from Avani Adelaide Residences to reach West Beach. While a guest residing at the best hotel in Adelaide may not have their own dog to walk with at the beach, the chances of meeting many friendly canines are high. This beach also lets your dog roam freely about due to the absence of the leash restriction.
What makes O’Sullivan Beach a dog-friendly spot? Once again, this leash-free zone is ideal for dogs to run about to and from splashing ocean waves, as they savour a taste of salty air. While there are six beaches in total that have been marked as dog-friendly beaches by the Onkaparinga Council, this one takes the top spot, as it is the busiest and also the best place for dogs to make friends with fellow dogs.
Hallett Cove Beach
Take your dog for a leisure walk to Hallett Cove Beach. Dogs deserve a break outdoors by a breezy ocean on a sunny day as any human does, and this beach may be one of the ideal spots for a stroll. As any dog-friendly beach, Hallett Cove beach is a leash-free space; however, dog owners are required to keep their pets under strict supervision at all times.
If you are on the lookout for an outdoor space to eat, play and rest with your dog pal, Sellicks Beach will be your spot. This pet-friendly beach welcomes dogs with arms wide open while granting access to other activities like fishing. The beach rewards its visitors with mesmerising views of the South Australian coastal line beaming in the sunlight.