Hobart Dog Walking Association Walks and Events

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Walks 

Our walks programs has recommenced but we recommend safe distancing and following COVID-19 guidelines. The Tasmanian Government will provide updates about the coronavirus on the website www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au
When walking your dog, keep a safe social distance.

The Hobart Dog Walking Association conducts at least two walks per month in the Greater Hobart area for members. 

We are a member of Heart Foundation Walking. It is recommended anyone who registers with Hobart Foundation Walking joins the Hobart Dog Walking Association, forwards their email or regularly visits this webpage or our Facebook page.  Our walk program is varied as we like going to different places.

For information about walks phone 0499 184 603.

May

Hobart Rivulet Track

Saturday 7 May 11 am

Meet Sandy at C3 Church carpark, Angelsea St, South Hobart

An on-lead walk following the Hobart Rivulet to Molle Street in the city.

If you would like off-lead exercise for your dog, there’s an off-lead area near the MacFarlane Street bridge to the Rivulet Track (ie the grass area), or go to Wellesley Park or South Hobart Recreation Ground (provided no soccer).

 

Snug Falls


Sunday 8 May, 9.30 am

Host: Georgia, Kingborough Dog Walking Association

Meet before 9.30am in the carpark. A more rugged 2km walk requiring sturdy shoes.
Optional Morning tea @ Margate Train outside.

Lindisfarne to Geilston Bay 



14 May 11am
Meet at Anzac Park, Lindisfarne. Near the BBQs.  Host: Ros

On-lead foreshore walk to Geilston Bay, walk on a section of Natone Hill back to Anzac Park. Anzac Park is off-lead.  

Golden Retriever walk - all breeds welcome



15 May 10am 
Meet at Montrose Bay carpark

$2 proceeds to Pets and the Park

Glebe Hill Nature Reserve


Election Day 21 May 1.30 pm

Meet Jason at Glebe Hill Park, Threxton Way, Glebe Hill

Glebe Hill is a nature reserve. Please either keep dogs on-lead or under effective control although the status of the area didn't change in last year's Clarence City Council Dog Policy Review it is difficult to find the information on the Clarence City Council website.

RSPCA Million Paws Walk

 

29 May  2022 

RSPCA Million Paws Walk. Organised by RSPCA.

Email events@rspcatas.org.au or millionpawswalk.com.au

 Walk suggestions are always welcome

For info about walks phone 0499 184 603 
 

Note: this phone is not answered when driving

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