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Doggy Day on the Green

A fun-filled, educational annual event for dogs and their humans at Point Malcolm Reserve in Semaphore Park.

Doggy Day on the Green


As a result of the recent decision of the Australian Health Protection Principal Committee, there are now limits on organised gatherings which include limiting non-essential organised gatherings to fewer than 500 people. As a result, we have suspended our Doggy Day on the Green event, planned for Saturday 4 April.

We are disappointed but know that it's important to ensure we keep our community safe. Thank you to our businesses and community for your ongoing support. Please follow our Facebook page for updates.


A joint venture between City Of Charles Sturt and the City of Port Adelaide Enfield, grab your favourite furry friend and join us for a day of workshops, tips and demonstrations on living safely, happily and healthily with dogs.

Doggy Day on the Green is an opportunity to learn more about dog training, behaviour and communication and see what services are on offer for pet owners in Adelaide. It's a chance to chat to your animal management officers, take advantage of cheap microchipping and discover local pet-related businesses.

Our next event is:

- Saturday 4 April, 11am - 3pm, Point Malcolm Reserve - Suspended

Don't miss out on being part of a great event and follow the updates on Facebook.

Click here to learn about Doggy Day at the Beach which is held every October at Henley Square

Registrations for businesses has now closed

If you are a dog-related business or food or drink operator who might be keen to get involved in our Doggy Day events in the future, complete our form.

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