Posts Tagged ‘dog friendly’

Riverview

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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We’ve walked around Riverview before, but with COVID-19 in full swing, local options were compulsory, so we went back for another stroll along the waterfront at Saint Ignatius’ College,

Through Riverview (Saint Ignatius’ College)

Through Riverview (Saint Ignatius’ College)

Through Riverview (Saint Ignatius’ College)

Through Riverview (Saint Ignatius’ College)

 

Birchgrove

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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We’ve walked around Birchgrove once or twice before – the dogs love the little beach at the end of Louisa Rd – and with local-only COVID-19 options available, we went back for a swim and walk.

Indie loves the little beach at the end of Birchgrove Oval

Indie loves the little beach at the end of Birchgrove Oval

Indie loves the little beach at the end of Birchgrove Oval

 

Swain Gardens – Killara

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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The Swain Gardens, at 77 Stanhope Rd, Killara, is a beautiful little pocket of suburban peace and quiet.

Lovingly tended, beautifully designed old garden.

Well worth a visit with or without a dog!

Swains Garden in Killara

Swains Garden in Killara

Swains Garden in Killara

Swains Garden in Killara

Swains Garden in Killara

Swains Garden in Killara

 

Eastwood

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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The path along Terrey’s Creek from Blaxland Rod towards TG Milner Field

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The walk along Terrey’s Creek near Eastwood Heights

Macquarie University

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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A COVID-19 walk around the local Macquarie University,

A walk through the back of Macquarie University

 

Parramatta River – Rydalmere

Posted: May 16, 2020 in dogs
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COVID-19, local only, so a look at where the council is up to re what’s been added to the walk along the river around Rydalmere.
Pretty well done.

Walk along part of the Parramatta River

Walk along part of the Parramatta River

Walk along part of the Parramatta River

 

Thanks to my sons for this find.
And well done Inner West Council – Marrickville Golf Club closes the first fairway each Sunday afternoon – beers and dogs on the green. Nice!

This video shows the scene 🙂

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Old world charm!

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At Bayview, on Pittwater, is a beach and spit extending towards the Newport Arms Hotel.
On any given sunny weekend day, there you’ll find hundreds of dogs, either on the beach, oval or swimming.
What a sight!
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This weekend we went for a walk through the grounds of our local uni, where we studied in the late 70s and early 80s.

We went for a walk through the uni itself, as well as a lovely off-leash wander through the carparks out the back.

Ahh, memories!

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Just like I remember it. Brutal.

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Old meets new.

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Reminded me of the Jewish memorial in Berlin.

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Ah, the old subterranean pathway to the back of the uni

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Memories

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Getting ready for O-Week

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The old return slots

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Sleep pods – they were not here in 1979!

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Zzzzzz

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What to do with a bowling club when the area changes character and the bowlo is no longer viable? Turn it into a community asset. Barefoot bowls, drinks, families, cricket, balls and dogs and picnics.

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Lots of families, with and without their dogs

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Petersham Park – gorgeous