Beagle Walk – Sun 15th May – Ernies Reserve, Pukekohe

Location: Ernies Reserve, Pukekohe
Date: Sunday 15th May 2022
Time: 9.45am for a 10am start
Meeting Place: Carpark on Brownlee Place
Directions: Click here to view the location on Google Maps
Parking: Carpark on Brownlee Place

Meeting Place: Car Park on Brownlee Place – which is off Reynolds Rd- look out for the Auckland Beagle Club Flag. Please note that there are toilets across the road at the Rugby Club.

Route: This is a metal track and concrete path around a pond and lovely leafy reserve. Mostly easy walk with a few hilly spots with resting places.

Directions:From the southern motorway take exit 461 at Drury for state highway 22 toward Pukekohe. Continue on to state Highway 22 and after approx. 1 km turn left onto McPherson Rd and then right onto Burtt Rd. After approx. 6 kms turn right onto Tuhimata Rd and then left onto Cape Hill Rd. Continue straight onto Valley Rd and then at the roundabout take the 3rd exit onto Reynolds Rd.

Walk Time: Approximately 60 minutes.

On leash/Off leash: This is an on-lead walk at all times. Please contact Ray Linton Brown on 021618465 if you have any queries.

Cup of Tea anyone? Can we please encourage you all to stay and socialize after the walk? The club will be providing free morning tea for members. Non-members welcome to join, koha donation.

Remember: It is advisable not to leave any valuables in vehicles, and to wear appropriate clothing and footwear for poor weather conditions and off-road walking.
Don’t forget to take water and poo bags for your dogs.

Rain, hail or shine the Beagle Club walks go ahead!

Non members are welcome to attend up to three of our beagle walks, after that, we would love for you to become a member. Membership fee is $20 per year and includes benefits such as snacks and drinks after some of the walks, and a regular newsletter.

Please always bring doggy doo bags and leads.

Contact Ray on 021 618 465 for any additional information or questions regarding the walk.

Please turn up in plenty of time on the day so that walks can start promptly.

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