Families looking to getaway no longer have to feel the sting of guilt in leaving their beloved pets behind as animal-friendly bars and cafes pop up across the country.
From a dog-friendly winery in Surry Hills to a cafe with its own 'dog menu' in Queensland, more and more venues are becoming available for those who just can't bear to leave their furry friends at home.
The Boardwalk Bendigo, in the central Victorian town of Bendigo, has become a crowd favourite for animal lovers.
Visitors can enjoy a meal with their dogs on the cafe's large deck that overlooks the town's famous Lake Weeroona.
The Boardwalk Bendigo even offers its very own 'K9 Katering' menu full of fancy treats for dogs including a $5 lamb shank bone, $3 chicken necks, and $8 for outback kangaroo ribs.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
The Boardwalk Bendigo in Victoria is one of many dog-friendly cafes across the country
Just an hour south of Bendigo in Daylesford, diners and their dogs are also flocking to the Wombat Hill House cafe.
Sitting in the middle of the Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens, customers can enjoy a meal with their furry friends in the cafe's outdoor area.
In another plus for the cafe, dogs are also allowed to run freely around the botanical gardens if they start to pester their owners too much.
Animal lovers can also bring their dogs to the Wombat Hill House cafe in Daylesford, Victoria
The Burrow cafe in East Toowoomba, in Queensland is also bringing in huge crowds of customers - both two-legged and four-legged.
There are tables out the front as well as a grassed area for dogs which can be treated to a 'puppycino' or other tasty treats.
For anyone travelling around the Sunshine State, the animal-loving cafe is sure to be a place to stop by.Insurance Loans Mortgage Attorney Credit Lawyer
Queensland also boasts another puppy-friendly cafe, this time being the Murrays Cafe in Maroochydore.
The cafe sits just a stone's throw away from Maroochydore Beach and is well known for its delicious freshly baked muesli.
The Burrow cafe in East Toowoomba, in Queensland is also bringing in huge crowds of customers - both two-legged and four-legged
One lucky pooch is seen tucking into a puppycino at the Burrow cafe in Queensland
A pair of lucky dogs are seen treating themselves to some 'puppycinos' at the Murrays Cafe in Maroochydore, Queensland
But the menu doesn't end there, with 'puppycinos' on offer for a few dollars as well as peanut butter iced donut cookies available for just $5.
Further south in New South Wales, the Cafe