Wellington dog news April 2014


Wellington’s Capital Canine News for April 2014 has been emailed out and can also be read online. Here are a few highlights: register your dog by 01 July, boarding kennels at Moa Point, beach restrictions finished, volunteers for emergencies, responsible owners save money, share the newsletter.

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Edward Wilson Park

Going downhill, view North East.

Edward Wilson Park is Churton Park’s second off-leash dog exercise area.
It’s a medium sized hillside park with its many contours much loved by high energy dogs while they explore the interconnected grass areas.

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Tukanae Street Reserve


Tukanae Street Reserve off-leash dog exercise area is about the size of a rugby pitch on the hills in Strathmore. Views over the airport and Lyall Bay are its biggest plus. Of local interest only.

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Churton Park

View north down the car park towards Halswater Drive.

Churton Park off-leash dog exercise area is centrally located on Halswater Drive, in a steep sided gully below the children’s play area and sports field.

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Mount Albert Park


Mount Albert Park is a grassy, hilly park on the City side of Mt Albert, behind the Wellington Chinese Sports and Cultural Centre and the hockey stadium. Dogs share this park with a 4X track that includes jumps and wooden platforms.

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Kowhai Park Lookout

Kowhai Park Lookout looking down the slope.

Kowhai Park Lookout is a small park on a hillside just off Mitchell Street in Brooklyn. After climbing up the walkway you enter the park at the top of the hill. Stunning views mark this one out.

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