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!
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.
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!
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.