Outdoor Cinema
What could be more relaxing than spending a warm summer night under the stars, watching a movie with your four-legged friend.
QV Outdoor Cinema are showing a special screening of Red Dog on January 21st, and are encouraging everyone to bring their dog along. All proceeds will be going to The Lost Dogs Home.
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Moonlight Cinema in Melbourne’s Royal Botanic Gardens allow you to bring your dog along to any of their screenings, as long as your dog is well behaved and on a short leash. They are running movies from December 3rd right through to March 27th.
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They will also be having special Doggie Nights presented by Comfortis. The screenings include:
Sisters – January 5th
Ferris Bueller’s Day Off – January 21st
Spectre – January 31st
Comfortis will be selling discounted flea treatments for cats and dogs.

Gourmet Paw Prints are hosting a screening of the movie Oddball at their doggy winery cinema on February 20th. Dinner and wine tasting is included, all you need is your four legged friend.
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Dog Friendly Winery Tour
If you enjoy a few glasses of wine, delicious food, and the company of your dog then Gourmet Paw Prints has you covered. They will chauffeur you and your dog on their dog friendly bus from their meeting point in Port Melbourne, to explore some of the great wine regions of Victoria.
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Beach Trip

There is no better place to head on a warm summer day than the beach, and there’s no reason your dog should miss out. While most beaches require your dog to be on lead or have off lead time restrictions, there are a few beaches across Victoria that allow your dog to run free at any time of the day.
Brighton Dog Beach (between Bay Street and Sandown Street)
Altona Dog Beach
West Beach, St Kilda
Aireys Inlet Beach
Safety Beach (between Tassells Creek and Bruce Road)
Royal Beach, Mornington
Fosters Beach, Mornington
Narrows Beach, Queenscliffe

Dine Out With Your Dog

Melbourne is full of great places to eat, next time you’re heading out for a meal or a coffee why not bring your dog along to one of these dog friendly establishments.
Inner City
Rita’s Cafeteria (239 Johnston Street, Abbotsford)
Wall Two 80 (rear 280 Carlisle Street, Balaclava)
Great Northern Hotel (644 Rathdowne St, Carlton North)
Mixed Business (486 Queens Parade, Clifton Hill)
Cibi (45 Keele Street, Collingwood)
The Fox (351 Wellington St, Collingwood)
Argos Loves Company (149 Brunswick St, Fitzroy)
Grub Food Van (87-89 Moor St, Fitzroy)
Little Creatures Dining Hall (222 Brunswick St, Fitzroy)
The Union Club Hotel (164 Gore St, Fitzroy)
Wolf & Hound (60 Pin Oak Crescent, Flemington)
Don’t Tell Charles (B1/70 Speakmen Street, Kensington)
Madame Brussels (59-63 Bourke St, Melbourne)
Rooftop Bar (Level 7, Curtin House, 252 Swanston Street, Melbourne)
Hot Poppy (9 Errol St, North Melbourne)
Balderdash (295 Bay Street, Port Melbourne)
The Graham (97 Graham Street, Port Melbourne)
The Palace Hotel (505 City Rd, South Melbourne)
Kanteen (150 Alexandra Avenue, South Yarra)
Fitzrovia (2/155 Fitzroy Street, St Kilda)
Republica (10-18 Jacka Boulevard, St Kilda)
West Beach Bathers Pavilion (330A Beaconsfield Parade, St Kilda West)

Balmains (117 Were Street, Brighton)
Cornerstone & Co (75 Ludstone St, Hampton)
Flying Duck Hotel (67 Bendigo St, Prahran)

Cafe Vue at Heide (7 Templestowe Road, Bulleen)
Collective Espresso (1/1 Cookson Street, Camberwell)
Porgie & Mr Jones (291 Auburn Road, Hawthorn)

Dancing Dog Cafe (42A Albert St, Footscray)

Maddox (295 Sydney Road, Brunswick)
Maxxii Moo Cafe ( 201 Albert St, Brunswick)
Jack & Daisy (152B Cumberland Rd, Pascoe Vale)

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