Loose Leash Dog Walking - Newlands / Johnsonville, Wellington.
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Dogs On A Loose Leash in Newlands
|Posted on July 30, 2012 at 8:37 AM||comments (437)|
Newlands Newest Bush Walk.
Lyndfield Lane Park & Reserve.
<Lyndfield Lane Park Childrens
The Lyndfield Lane Park and Play Area has been finished, and has proved to be very popular with Newlands residents,especially on recent sunny days, with some traveling to the park by car.
New Park signage>
Newlands Newest Bush Walk. (& shortest ! )
A new addition to the Newlands Walkways.
This new Walking Track is accessed from the new asphalt paths by the Play Area on Lyndfield Lane, and heads up the hill towards the Tennis Courts.
The short bush walk zig-zags up to the ridge line and grassy knoll, along the top and back down through the bush to the
northern entrance/exit of the Track at the Black Rock Road end of the Tennis Courts.
There are rather good views to be had from the top, esp. to the south.
Three keen dogs looking South >
<Dogs looking to
the West,over the grassy knoll.
Note: Dogs on Leads / Leashes.
Remove your dog's poo.
No dogs in Play Area.
Nearest Off Leash Dog Exercise Area,
Woof Woof Ruff,
is Spenmoor St Park.
Big Paws Up Thank You to the Wellington City Council and all involved in the Lyndfield Lane Park revamp !
WCC phone: 4994444
The Lynfield Lane Park Orchard: Ken Glassey
find and 'like' on facebook 'Newlands Orchard'
for updates on Planting Days etc...
Revegetation Project in Wingfeild Reserve, adjacent to
Middleton Road, Glenside/ Churton Park.
...The access track was reformed with the assistance of the
Dept. of Corrections and now offers an all weather track as an alternative to the Middleton Road footpath.
Planting Days are scheduled for Saturdays, commencing at 1pm,
More helpers are always welcome.
For more information please contact John Morrison ph 4771020
or at [email protected]
From Churton Park Gazette Vol 25 Issue 2 June 2012
( drove by in the RAIN on Sat 30th, and was very impressed with the number of planters, planting on the steep slopes,
well done all ! )