Dog-friendly winery, Waratah Hills Vineyard, is bringing together two of the world’s best things with their October event “Pinot and Pooches.” Enjoy a guided vineyard tour, lunch and a glass of wine, all with your four-legged friend by your side.
From Flipping Disc Dogz to animal face painting, Wyndham City sure knows how to throw a pet expo. Head down to the Wyndham Civic Centre grounds on Sunday 16 September and catch a bunch of shows, demonstrations and free activities perfect for young and old.
What could top a food and wine festival? Why a dog-friendly food and wine festival of course. The 3rd annual East Malvern Food and Wine Festival is back for 2018 with 20 wineries and some of Victoria’s best breweries and distilleries on hand to tantalise your tastebuds. Your four-legged friend won’t be left out either, with doggy beer and treats on hand thanks to the Canine Wellness Kitchen.
Help Animal Aid celebrate their 70th birthday by setting the record for the largest number of rescue pets in one location! In addition to smashing records, you and your rescue will be able to enjoy an amazing day out featuring celebratory canine cake, a dog show, games, live music and food trucks.
There’s nothing quite like a sea of endless spring flowers to cheer the spirits. The annual Tesselaar Tulip Festival is back for 2018 and, as always, it’s dog friendly. This month long festival offers themed weekends, family-friendly activities, live entertainment and market stalls all with a stunning background of hundreds of thousands of tulips.
Help raise funds to support the amazing work of Cancer Council Victoria. Head down to Jells Park on Sunday 28 October for Bark for Life 2018. This is not your traditional relay but rather an easy grade walk that all ages can enjoy. Once you’ve completed the walk you’ll be able to enjoy entertainment, activities and markets to boot.
If you haven’t heard about Dogapalooza, you must have been living under a rock for the last year. This is Melbourne’s Coachella for dogs. Relax on the lawns at Burnley Park while revelling in an eclectic mix of live music and chowing down on tasty food and drink… for humans and pups! The best bit? Proceeds directly support a range of local and international animal charities.