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All Dog friendly Hikes & Walks

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    Birds Lands Reserve | Dog Friendly Walk in Belgrave Heights

    Birds Lands Reserve is a dog friendly, on-leash walk in Belgrave Heights. Birdsland is a 75ha bushland reserve with a large variety of walking, riding and mountain biking trails.The Dargon Trail connects trail users to Lysterfield Lake Park. The Wurrundjeri people lived in the region around Birdsland, then around 150 years ago the land was cleared for grazing and crop production. The Birds family owned the site from about 1940 and used it for sheep farming. In 1981 in order to save the sight from urban development, the Shire of Sherbrooke purchased Birdsland and the Park was opened to the public Read more [...]

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    Historic Warrandyte Architectural Walk | Dog Friendly Walk in Warrandyte

    Historic Warrandyte Architectural Walk is a dog friendly walk in Warrandyte and begins at the Mechanics’ Institute on the corner of Mitchell Avenue and Yarra Street. It takes you off the beaten track to follow the legacy of two female Warrandyte builders and local stonemason while taking your dog for a nice walk! Time: 1 hour Distance: 2.7 kms Difficulty: Moderate Suitable for: Active families, Pleasure walkers, Super striders, Circuit, Dogs welcome Download the guide and map provided by Manningham council.

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    Warrandyte Historic Town Walk | Dog Friendly Walk in Warrandyte

    Warrandyte Historic Town Walk is a dog friendly walk in Warrandyte. An easy wander along Warrandyte River Reserve and Yarra Street while stepping back in time to the beginnings and growth of this picturesque riverside village all while spending quality time with your pup! Time: 1 hour Distance: 2.3 kms Difficulty: Easy Suitable for: Active families, Seniors & strollers, Pleasure walkers, Super striders, Circuit, Dogs welcome. Download the guide and map provided by Manningham council.  

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    Warrandyte Riverside Walk | Dog Friendly Walk in Warrandyte

    Warrandyte Riverside Walk is a dog friendly walk along the Warrandyte riverside. Starting at Stiggant Park, this is a relaxing and picturesque walk, that can be taken at a brisk pace or leisurely stroll. After featuring points of interest along the Warrandyte Riverside walk, it is time to explore the historic village of Warrandyte. Time: 1.5+ hours Distance: 4.7 kms Difficulty: Easy Suitable for: Active families, Seniors & strollers, Pleasure walkers, Super striders, Circuit, Dogs welcome Download the guide and map provided by Manningham council.

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    Warrandyte River Reserve | 24h Dog Park in Warrandyte

    Warrandyte River Reserve is a 24h Dog Park in Warrandyte. Dogs are allowed off-leash in this beautiful river location. Please note to put your dog on a lead within 15 metres of the playground, BBQ area or where a sporting or community event is in progress. For the safety of children, the Federation playground is a dog free zone. Find more info on the council website. In and around Warrandyte River Reserve are 3 amazing walks where dogs are welcome: Warrandyte Riverside Walk Warrandyte Historic Town Walk Historic Warrandyte Architectural Walk Photo Credit: Maverick | @mavericktheshiba thanks for the pawsome contribution! Read more [...]

  • Ulladulla Wildflower Reserve | Dog Friendly Hiking in Ulladulla

    Wildflower Reserve is a beautiful dog friendly bush walk if you looking for something little different during your beach holiday with your dog. Find dog parks near you or discover new places to sniff on Pupsy! Choose from dog friendly accommodation, pubs/bars, beaches & wineries just to name a few… SIGN YOUR DOG UP TO PUPSY NOW AND CREATE A FREE PROFILE! Unleash pawsome (and free!) Pupsy features for your dog: Find new mates for your dog & send friend requests | search by council, breed or age Check in to places so your dog’s friends know where to find Read more [...]

  • Ulladulla Head to Warden Head | Dog Friendly Walk in Ulladulla

    Dog friendly (on lead) walking track from one head to another via the Ulladulla Harbour dog beach. It’s an easy to medium grade walking track. You will pass plenty of dog friendly cafes on the harbour to stop for a refreshment. Also the nearby Millards Creek offers some great on lead walking. Find dog parks near you or discover new places to sniff on Pupsy! Choose from dog friendly accommodation, pubs/bars, beaches & wineries just to name a few… SIGN YOUR DOG UP TO PUPSY NOW AND CREATE A FREE PROFILE! Unleash pawsome (and free!) Pupsy features for your dog: Read more [...]

  • Corramy Regional Park | Dog Friendly Hiking in Basin View

    Corramy Regional Park protects several threatened species while offering visitors a natural playground, with everything on offer from picnicking and walking to kayaking. Dogs are allowed on lead using trails only Access to the park is from Wool Road. Find dog parks near you or discover new places to sniff on Pupsy! Choose from dog friendly accommodation, pubs/bars, beaches & wineries just to name a few… SIGN YOUR DOG UP TO PUPSY NOW AND CREATE A FREE PROFILE! Unleash pawsome (and free!) Pupsy features for your dog: Find new mates for your dog & send friend requests | search by Read more [...]

  • Basin Foreshore Walk | Dog Friendly Hiking in Sanctuary Point

    This tranquil dog friendly (on lead) walk along the foreshore of St Georges Basin (Paradise Beach to Palm Beach) is a popular short walk. The walk takes about 40 minutes each way, though there are plenty of places on the way to divert your attention for an hour or two. Dogs must avoid Palm Beach and Red Head! The beaches along the Basin Walk are popular spots for swimming and fishing, or if you’re lucky enough to have a boat, there is access for sailing and water skiing. There are three track heads for the Basin Walk. Greville Avenue leads Read more [...]

  • Wirreecoo Walking Trail & Mangrove Boardwalk | Dog Friendly Hiking in Jervis Bay

    1-2 hrs easy grade dog friendly (on lead) hiking in Jervis Bay. Boardwalk track through the estuarine wetlands and forest starts from the Jervis Bay Maritime Museum. Find dog parks near you or discover new places to sniff on Pupsy! Choose from dog friendly accommodation, pubs/bars, beaches & wineries just to name a few… SIGN YOUR DOG UP TO PUPSY NOW AND CREATE A FREE PROFILE! Unleash pawsome (and free!) Pupsy features for your dog: Find new mates for your dog & send friend requests | search by council, breed or age Check in to places so your dog’s friends Read more [...]

  • Abrahams Bosom | Dog Friendly Hiking in Currarong

    With easy access to the beach and a natural rock pool, this dog friendly (on lead) reserve is a haven for anyone wishing to take a break from the everyday, and is only about 40 minutes from Nowra. Access to the track is from Beecroft Parade and a car park and picnic area is located at the reserve’s entrance. From the picnic area, walk out to the wreck of the S.S. Merimbula, a steamship built in 1909 and wrecked in 1928 when it ran aground on the rock shelf off Beecroft Headland. This walk is approximately 2.5km. If you are Read more [...]

  • Bens Walk | Dog Friendly Hiking Track in Nowra

    Ben’s Walk is an on lead dog friendly walking track of approximately 5.5 kilometres in length. The track meanders along the banks of the Shoalhaven River through native bushland, which is the home of birds such as Lewins Honeyeater, the Little Pied Cormorant and the Golden Whistler. There are two main track heads for Ben’s Walk. The southern access point is at Nowra Showground, where parking and picnic facilities are available. Take some time here to enjoy the spectacular views to the west from Hanging Rock and to explore the Showground, before joining the track. On the northern side of Read more [...]

  • The Grotto | Dog Friendly Hiking in Nowra

    On the banks of the Shoalhaven River in North Nowra (access from Yurunga Drive) is dog friendly hiking track, The Grotto. Whilst access to The Grotto is steep in parts, the walk is short and the ambience of the reserve more than makes up for any effort expended. Take a picnic and spend some time watching the beautiful Shoalhaven River, from a superb vantage point. Find dog parks near you or discover new places to sniff on Pupsy! Choose from dog friendly accommodation, pubs/bars, beaches & wineries just to name a few… SIGN YOUR DOG UP TO PUPSY NOW AND Read more [...]

  • Bangalee Reserve | Dog Friendly Hiking in Nowra

    Bangalee Reserve is a 2-3h easy/medium dog friendly hiking track in Nowra. Car parking spaces are provided at a central location, and a short track leads to the reserve. There are wonderful views of the majestic Shoalhaven River from this bushland retreat. This is a place to just sit and enjoy the silence. Alternatively, if you feel like an invigorating walk, there are three trails to choose from. To get to the trails, turn left once you reach the open grassy area from the access point. Not far from the trackheads you will see the jetty, which makes the reserve Read more [...]

  • Bomaderry Creek Gorge | Dog Friendly Hiking in Bomaderry

    Bomaderry Creek dog friendly hiking track is a 2-3 hrs medium grade walk in the Bomaderry Creek Park. Dog must be on leash during the walk. The centrepiece of this park, tucked away behind the Princes Highway at Bomaderry, is the lovely Bomaderry Creek Gorge. Here you’ll discover a refreshing escape from the hustle and bustle of life. A short walk brings you to cool forest, soaring sandstone faces, scattered boulders, the sound of running water and the joyous sight of wildflowers in spring. Nature-lovers and keen walkers can enjoy the trails, picnic area and lookouts year-round – the shade Read more [...]

  • The best of Bowral & Bong Bong Track | Dog friendly hiking in Bowral

    Visiting Bowral with your dog but not sure where to walk! The best of Bowral and Bong Bong tracks are great dog friendly hiking tracks in and around Bowral. You can choose to do the whole lot, which is approximately 26km on and off road OR just do a part of it at the time. You can get the full map of the walking tracks here! Some parts of the walk cover the stunning river bends just outside Bowral town centre, whereas others take you to the quiet residential parts of the town. Pin is placed at the beginning of Read more [...]

  • Mount Gibraltar Reserve | Dog friendly hiking in Mittagong

    Take your dog for a walk on the Mount Gibraltar dog friendly hiking trail. Dogs must be on the lead throughout the track. Mount Gibraltar (864m) is a collapsed volcanic core composed of very hard rock called Mount Gibraltar Trachyte or micro-syenite. 150 million years ago it pushed through the Hawkesbury Sandstone to form a high mountain now largely eroded away by wind and water. Coming from Mittagong, follow the road towards Bowral. At McDonalds, turn left and follow the signs to Mt Gibraltar Lookouts. Oxley Drive will take you up the mountain, around to Mittagong Lookout, Jellore Lookout and Read more [...]

  • Mansfield Reserve | Dog friendly hiking in Bowral

    Mansfield Reserve is a beautiful walking track in Bowral. This dog friendly hiking track (dogs must be on the lead) was once part of the Retford Park Estate. The property belonged to the neighbouring Hordern Family.  The land was given to the community by the late Peter Baillieu in 1993 through community determination the Reserve was formally incorporated by the Wingecarribee Shire Council. Both walking tracks Wombat and Wallaby are 1.9kms and graded easy and regularly mown, offering a great outing for you and your dog! For further information visit Destination Southern Highlands! Find dog parks near you or discover Read more [...]

  • Gibbergunyah Reserve | Dog friendly hiking in Bowral

    Gibbergunyah Reserve is one of contrasts with secluded, shady walking trails and sunny, rocky outcrops to picnic on. Your dog is welcome to join you on this hike as long as he/she is leashed at all times. At over 800 metres Ninety Acre Hill Lookout has sweeping views of the distant Blue Mountains from its lichen clad boulders. Wombats and echidnas make their lairs in the crevices of the rocks below. There is a view of Mount Gibraltar from the Gib Lookout. The bushland ranges from open woodland on the drier edges to tall moist fern-carpeted forest in the deeper Read more [...]