House Sitting Eastern Suburbs

If you live in the Eastern Suburbs and require house sitters please Contact Us 
Located 8 km north East of Sydney, Vaucluse has beautiful views across Sydney Harbour. Having house sat in this area we already know the best areas for dog walking, such as the beautiful Lighthouse Reserve where dogs are allowed off the lead at all times. Of course some dogs aren’t use to such freedom and we always look to the dog owner for direction on how their dog should be walked.
Clovelly is a lovely suburb with some nice cafes and of course the small but fabulous Clovelly beach. Its proximity to the one of the most beautiful coastal walks in Australia makes it one of our favourite house sitting suburbs and Burrows Park is an excellent place to take dogs for a run. We have lots of experience house sitting in Clovelly and know the area well.
In between the Eastern Suburbs beaches and Centennial Park, Randwick offers a number of great locations to walk and exercise dogs. House sitting near Queens park is a great way to get fit and offers some lovely early morning and evening strolls.
Coogee is a popular Eastern Surburbs beach, which marks the end of the famous coastal walk. This outstanding 6km walk is dog friendly with a number of great parks along the route. House minding in Coogee is a great way to get to know dog friendly parks, with one of the best being Trenerry Reserve.
Double Bay is a nice waterside Suburb and although it has lots of Parks, only Steyne Park allows dogs off leash. 
Bondi’s combination of great parks, spectacular views and the world famous Bondi beach, make it one of the most popular destinations in the Eastern Suburbs. Waverley Park is an excellent place to walk dogs both on and off leash. House sitting in Bondi is a great way to explore the Eastern Surburbs, being close to a number of parks, beaches, great restaurants and shopping at Bondi Junction.
House Sitting in Woollahra offers plenty of opportunity to sample the mecca of fashion boutiques, fine food stores and beautiful restaurants. Best of all is the The Lord Dudley Hotel, which once a year allows your pooch to join you while you enjoy your favourite tipple.
Watsons Bay offers some of the most outstanding and expansive views in Sydney. Unfortunately Green Point Reserve does not permit dogs. However, Camp Cove Reserve does allow dogs and is only a four-minute walk away. House minding in Watsons Bay offers the chance to enjoy the quieter side of Sydney, being away from the hustle and bustle, while having easy access to the city via ferry or bus.