Western Sydney Parklands

Woof-fest

Sydney’s most popular festival for dogs and their humans is heading back to Warrigal Run, Bungarribee Park (Blacktown) on Sunday 25 June 2017 from 9am-1pm. 

Now in its sixth year, Woof-fest is a free, community festival packed with live entertainment, dog skills demos, expert advice, kids’ activities, more than 50 dog-themed stalls and a dog fashion parade! 

Our search for the Next SuPaw Model will see dogs dressed as celebrities, strutting their stuff on the ‘dog’ walk while Head Judge Jay Lee – designer and pet fashion stylist for Runway Pooch – critiques their performance and decides which pooch is the paw-fect celebrity lookalike!

Visit our Search for the Next SuPaw Model page to enter.

There will be live entertainment and expert advice from vet Dr Peter Higgins, dog behaviourist and author of Dognitive Therapy Laura Vissaritis, Farmer Dave Graham and Sydney-based animal trainer Ryan Tate.  

Download our program and start planning your day.

View our FAQs.

Other highlights include:

• A free early morning walk around the Parklands (registrations have now closed.)

• 101 Dalmatians Jumping Castle

• Sydney Psychos Fly-Ball

• Siberian Express All Breeds Sled Dog Club NSW

• Caricature artist Peter Byrne

• Free you-and-your-pooch face painting. 

  • Delicious food, drinks and other treats for dogs and humans alike!

 

Woof-fest is supported by UMS (Urban Maintenance Systems), Atura Hotel Blacktown, Pet Barn, Hamish McBeth, Dogue, Rufus & Coco and Australian Dog Lover magazine.

 

Public Transport to Bungarribee

From Blacktown Station: Busways 729, Blacktown to Mount Druitt, via Minchinbury. 

From Mt Druitt Station: Busways 729, Mount Druitt to Blacktown via Minchinbury. 

For up-to-date timetables and information visit Transport NSW. Maps of the routes are also available.

There is free parking on site (subject to availability) including a limited number of accessible parking spots. Please present your disability parking permit to our traffic marshals on arrival. For more information, please call us on 9895 7500.

 

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