Pet Friendly Shelters & Housing

This is a list of some of the homeless shelters and housing that welcome pets. If there are any organisations in Sydney that you know about that should be on this page, please let us know at petsofthehomelesssyd@gmail.com.

Jewish House

A NFP organisation to provide assistance to those in the community without a place to call home. They also provide kennels for the homeless with pets, so vulnerable Australians can get the help they need without having to choose between their animal companions. Not only do they provide accommodation for the vulnerable, but also offer case management services to support individuals and families to get back on their feet.

17 Flood Street
Bondi NSW 2026
T: +61 2 9386 0770
E: reception@jewishhouse.org.au

 

Australian Common Ground Alliance

The Common Ground Project in Camperdown provides affordable, safe and permanent housing to those in the community suffering from chronic homelessness. With the help of The Mercy Foundation, the Common Ground community is “pet friendly”, allowing tenants to keep pets. In addition to this, the Wentworth Community Housing Project at Penrith also welcomes pets, offering subsidised accommodation for homeless men and women.
31 Pyrmont Road
Camperdown NSW 2050
T: (02) 9641 5021
E: fearne@missionaustralia.com.au

 

 

The Blue House is a 24 hour information and service premises exclusively for the homeless. The homeless can come and shower day or night, wash their clothes and hang them to dry, get emergency bedding, accommodation and support whatever their situation. There are computers that they can access the internet on as well as a range of information on various services.
12 Ross Street
Parramatta NSW 2150
T: 1800 033 229
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