Horses, dogs, cats and birds - your furry and feathered (and even hairy and scaly) family members are most welcome at Diamond Forest Farm Stay. Up until now these are the pets that have accompanied their owners on holidays, and all have been well behaved and have enjoyed their holiday along with the rest of the family.
Each of the cottages at Diamond Forest Farm Stay are enhanced by the warmth of a sunny easterly aspect, vaulted ceilings, beautiful feature slate floors and verandahs with panoramic rural outlooks over the property and beyond. Situated 60 to 100 metres apart for privacy our four cosy, two bedroom cottages are well equipped to provide you with all the modern essentials you would expect of quality self contained accommodation to ensure your holiday stay is comfortable and relaxing. Dine out at a local restaurant or winery or shop at our local supermarket (10 minutes drive) and make use of local produce and your cottage's kitchen or private BBQ to live like a local. For more information see itemised list below.
Our pet friendly cottages are very popular so it is essential to book early. Please ensure that you indicate on your booking, in the section provided, that you are bringing your dog. Charges of $10 per dog per night (maximum of 2 dogs) apply.
Much of the area around Pemberton is National Park and dogs are not allowed in National Parks; however there are many places they can go such as the Diamond State Forest (directly across the road) and Big Brook Dam. Additionally, some of the lovely restaurants, wineries and cafes in the area are pet friendly and will allow your well behaved dog to join you for lunch. We can provide you with a list of these upon check in.
For horse enthusiasts who love to holiday with their four-legged friend there is a labyrinth of great logging tracks that can be followed on horseback for miles and miles through the Diamond State Forest adjacent to Diamond Forest Farm Stay. Additionally, for your peace of mind, your equine friend can be accommodated in full view of your cottage, in a safe grassy, paddock with water available. Fences are constructed of reasonably new ring lock wire and treated pine posts.
Tips for Travelling with Dogs
"Crate training" can be a useful tool for pets that will be regularly travelling. A properly crate trained dog will think of the crate as their own safe place and will be happy to spend time there when needed. The familiarity of the crate can help your dog to feel comfortable in unfamiliar surroundings and in circumstances when you have to go out and need to leave him or her behind.
For other information on travelling with dogs go to
Private gas barbeque on verandah
Electric blankets on queen bed and singles during the cooler months
All doonas, sheets, pillows and towels provided
Heated towel rail & heat lamps in bathroom
Outdoor bench seat on your own private front verandah
Broom & mop, dust pan & brush, pegs and bucket on the back verandah