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Sunday 28th May 2017, 10:30am

Where are we going?

Alfred Nicholas Gardens are the original gardens of the 'historic Burnham Beeches' estate. The Gardens are renowned for their extensive water features including a quaint boathouse, the unusual Blackfish Pond and a picturesque lake which is fed by two striking waterfalls.

This is a new walk for the Club. It is an on lead area with gardens of historical significance, so we will need to ensure that our dogs keep to the designated tracks.

The Garden is located on Sherbrooke Road, Sherbrooke. The car park is opposite the main entrance. (Melways Ref. 75 G1).


What is special about this walk?

What to bring?

Bring a BBQ lunch plus the usual pet walk items, ie:

Need more information? Contact us by e-mail. The co-ordinator for this walk is Christine (ph. 0410 66 77 90)

Could all members planning on attending walks please put the co-ordinator's mobile phone number into their own phones in case they get lost on the way to the meeting point, or find that they are in the wrong place altogether! If it is close to the meeting time and you can't find us then just call for help! We are happy to wait until you arrive if you let us know.