Adelaide’s first pet resort has opened in the hills! Kip Happy Stays are passionate about providing the best quality care to our four legged friends through their pet resorts and doggy day cares. They have recently opened our first pet resort in South Australia, Kip Adelaide Hills. Located just outside of Nairne on a spacious 20 acres – offering great short and long term accommodation options for cats and dogs. They will also shortly commence offering a door-to-door pick-up and deliver service.

With accommodation options ranging from standard rooms to luxury villas and extra activities including social playtime, bush walks and cuddletime they make sure your pet gets to enjoy their holiday too!

Find them;

77 Watts Road, Brukunga SA 5252

Tel: (08) 7078 3051

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