BIG4 Breeze Holiday Parks - Katherine
Katherine, NT

Terms & Conditions for Travelling with Pets

DOG FRIENDLY POLICY

To ensure that you enjoy your stay with all of our other guests, we must ensure that all dog owners take full responsibility for their pet and ensure they do not disturb other guests when on the property.

A maximum of only two (2) dogs are permitted per booking. Dogs are permitted on all unpowered & powered camping sites at the park, & in our designated pet friendly cabins.

When in the park, dogs must be kept on a leash.

Dogs must be supervised at all times & never left unattended, including inside tents, vans, designated pet friendly cabins or any other accommodation.

Dogs are not permitted in any communal areas (e.g. camp kitchen, amenities block, etc.).

Owners are responsible for cleaning up after your pet which includes toilet duties too.

For health & safety reasons, dogs must not be washed or cleaned anywhere within the park. Additionally, any dog related accessories such as dog blankets should not be washed or cleaned within the park e.g. Laundry washing machines, bathing dogs, etc.

Dog owners please keep in mind dogs are not allowed at the Katherine Hot Springs, bringing your dog will limit your sight seeing abilities.

All dog owners, whether you have expressly agreed or not, assume all liability regarding your dog being on our premises & indemnify us against all & any damages, all or any claims or other suits that may arise as a result of your dog being anywhere in our holiday park. Park Management reserves the right to evict & withhold any refunds from guests whose dog is deemed noisy, disruptive, and aggressive, or is the subject of a complaint/s from other guests.

Park management must be notified at time of booking if you wish to bring a dog to make sure they comply with our guidelines. We do have limited pet friendly cabins and sites.

The health and safety of our guests and staff is our highest priority therefore, we are abiding by all directives and guidelines put together by the Chief Health Officer and the State and Federal Governments as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.