Dog-friendly cafes & spaces in the city
It's the perfect conditions for an adventure. Grab your favourite furry friend for a stroll to one of these amazing dog-friendly city spaces.
For a limited time, there's an extra treat for the cultured furbaby.. whether you’ve got a poodle that’s into pop art or an art deco-loving American bulldog, our SALA Pawsome Art Trail is the perfect adventure. With over 100 businesses across the city and North Adelaide, you are in for a treat. Go for a stroll throughout August to spot the vibrant doggy bowls decorated by local artists and soak in the other pieces and installations while you are there!
269 Gilles Street, Adelaide
Tucked away in the city’s southeast, this cosy cafe sits along leafy Gilles Street with plenty of tables outside for you and your pooch.Built on lovingly homemade food and community vibes, Fawn provides fresh water bowls and plenty of poles for leads.While the cafe proudly serves SA based Dawn Patrol coffee for its human guests, pups go crazy for the newly added ‘puppacino’.Check out Fawn on Instagram to see the cafe’s adorable mascot poodle pup Murphy.
Image: @fawncoffee via Instagram
The Flying Fig Deli
161 Jeffcott Street, North Adelaide
Dogs are always welcome at refined New York style Jewish deli The Flying Fig. The pet-friendly North Adelaide eatery offers seating outside with water bowls and lead poles. Your pup might even become ‘insta-famous’ with owners regularly featuring a special furry visitor on their Instagram page as ‘Fig Dog of the Week’. You can chow down on a classic New York Reuben, stacked with smoked pastrami and pickled veg, while your pooch soaks up the fresh air and sunshine.
Image: @theflyingfigdelica via Instagram
The Market Shed On Holland
1 Holland Street, Adelaide
Open every Sunday from 9am to 3pm, The Market Shed on Holland is a soul-nourishing collective that focuses on organic, sustainable and local produce. More importantly, dogs don’t have to miss out on the wholesome experience. Popular market stall The Woofery Dog Bakery provides healthy doggie treats that are made from 100% natural ingredients. You and your pup can both enjoy gourmet local produce at the markets, with ‘poochie parking’ located right beside the outdoor seating area.
Images: @themarketshed via Instagram
Pelzer Park / Pityarilla (Park 19)
Adelaide Southern Park Lands | Glen Osmond Road
After a massive $5 million revamp Pityarilla, commonly referred to as Marshmallow Park, opened an impressive fenced, off-leash dog park for canines of all sizes late last year. Located in the Southern Park Lands, the space has been transformed into a pet-paradise for dogs with a natural obstacle course including logs, rocks and turfed area. With a water play feature for pups and a sheltered BBQ area for owners, Pityarrilla serves as the perfect picnic choice for a day out with the whole family.
157 Melbourne Street, North Adelaide
A perfect weekend retreat for dog owners, The Store is located just a short distance away from North Adelaide’s popular enclosed dog park. Take your pupper for a play and then indulge at North Adelaide’s premium all-day brunch hotspot. With The Store’s huge outdoor dining area, Pooches can quench their thirst on the endless supply of water while you reenergise with an espresso martini.
Image: @_maggiethepug via Instagram