nz Bring your dog to Upper Hutt’s Paws in the Park
Press Release Greater Wellington Regional Council
Pooches and people will once again get together in Upper Hutt’s Tunnel Gully with the return of the popular Paws in the Park day out. The event follows last year’s very successful walk, which attracted more than 200 people and 150 dogs to explore the beautiful forest along Tane’s Track.
A partnership between Upper Hutt City Council and Greater Wellington Regional Air Max Shoes Council, Paw Air Max Shoes s in the Park is designed to bring dog and nature lovers together to enjoy one of the many great forest walks on offer in the region.
After the hour long walk, Paws in the Park will feature a dog agility display by Upper Hutt Dog Training School which will put the dogs throug Air Max Shoes h their paces.
Mitch Carroll from Greater Wellington Regional Council says “Last year Paws in the Park was another huge success so we decided to repeat it. We’re hoping for even greater numbers this year.”
“It’s a really enjoyable few hours for dogs and people alike and gives us the opportunity to showcase our environment and encourage people to get out into our parks. Tunnel Gully is a beautiful location and ideal for picnics, so people can bring their lunch and relax in lovely surroundings.”
Paws in the Park will be held on Saturday 15 March between 11am 2pm. Tunnel Gully is located just off SH2. To get there, head north on Main Road North from Upper Hutt towards Rimutaka Hill, turn right at the Te Marua Store (6 km north of Upper Hutt) onto Plateau Road and follow this road until it ends at Tunnel Gully Recreation Area.
Paws in the Park is part of Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Great Out Air Max Shoes door Summer Events programme, which is designed to encourage people to enjoy the region’s many outdoor recreation opportunities.