It's hard to find a place in Australia to take your dog to play in the snow. that's where Dinner Plain is different. Our village is the only freehold land in the country to sit above the snow line and dogs are welcome without a permit. As our village doesn't have any fences and is surrounded by the Alpine National Park, we do have a few rules.

For dogs to visit Dinner Plain, they must be registered with your own local Council. They will also need to be kept on a leash in public at all times and you must clear up after them. There is an off-leash area near the treatment ponds at Apian Way which you may access during the non-winter months. The walking trails within Dinner Plain village are available for dogs on leads, but they are strictly prohibited from entering the Alpine National Park.

Many houses at Dinner Plain are pet friendly, you can find out more about pet friendly accommodation by contacting our Dog Friendly properties.