REVIEW: FARNSWORTH’S REPUBLIC FOR DOGS (TEMPORARY DOG PARK)

Farnsworth's Republic For DogsYesterday Tiffany and I ventured off to the city to check out Farnsworth’s Republic For Dogs. As part of Melbourne’s SummerSalt festival, artist Anastasia Klose and her Basset Hound, Farnsworth have created a unique, temporary, off-leash dog park for Melbourne’s four-legged friends. Tiffany and I were definitely impressed! 

Farnsworth's Republic For DogsThe off-leash dog park has a unique Melbourne twist to it, with iconic buildings being turned into kennels for dogs to explore. You will also be able to find a small boutique, gourmet hotdogs, as well as wine and cocktails from 5pm Thursday-Saturday.

Farnsworth's Republic For Dogs

Farnsworth's Republic For Dogs

Farnsworth's Republic For Dogs

If you’re looking for somewhere fun to bring your dog, or simply enjoy meeting other dogs and their owners, I would definitely recommended checking this out.

Tiffany loved meeting some new dogs, exploring and receiving lots of attention!
Tiffany loved meeting new dogs, exploring and receiving lots of attention!

They also have a few special events coming up including: -Dogs Breakfast (Saturday, 21st February 8:30-10:30am) More info at accaonline.org.au/event/dogs-breakfast -Family Art Day (Saturday, 21st February 10am-3pm) More info at accaonline.org.au/event/acca-family-art-day -Doggy Movie Night (Thursday, 26th February from 6:30pm) More info at accaonline.org.au/event/doggy-movie-night-presented-speakeasy-cinema-and-acca Location: ACCA Forecourt (111 Sturt Street, Southbank) When: 16th-28th of February Opening Times: 7am-9pm Getting There: Tram route 1 (East Coburg – South Melbourne Beach) runs down Sturt Street. 15 minute walk from Flinders Street Station. More info at accaonline.org.au/whats-on

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One thought on “REVIEW: FARNSWORTH’S REPUBLIC FOR DOGS (TEMPORARY DOG PARK)

  1. A dog park where gourmet hot dogs are sold! 😀 Sorry, I could not resist.

    I wish we had places like this where we live. Dogs are seldom welcome in public areas here (because their owners have no control over them and do not clean up after them, I suppose) and this looks like a great idea for teaching a dog to socialize with other canines.

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