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North Gong Dog Day 2022 - November 12

The Illawarra's best dog day out for dogs returns for 2022!

Proudly brought to you by Pound Paws and North Wollongong Hotel combining forces again to save the lives of homeless pets.

Join them at North Gong Hotel for Pound Paws Dog Day to celebrate dog rescue with a whole heap of tail-wagging activities.

• Live Entertainment & Music featuring: Sketchy FancyThe GrooveThe Rucksaks and The Moving Stills

• Rescue Dog Stalls: Meet a variety of adorable dogs available for adoption in the Rescue Dog Adoption Parade

• Puppy Ball Pit 

• 35+ Pet Market Stalls

• Best Dressed Dog Competition 

• Best Trick Competition

Make sure to come along and enter your doggie in the Best Dog Trick or Best Dog Costume competitions - there will be some seriously cool dog prizes for the lucky winners! Registrations can be done via EventBrite page, a small donation is required, which is donated to dog rescue groups involved.

• A variety of paw-some activities guaranteed to get tails wagging

• Human Activities: Giving the dogs lots of attention!

This event is proudly supporting Illawarra canine rescue organisations and charities.

When: Saturday 12th November 2022, from 12pm-4pm. 
(event rescheduled from September due to bad weather)
Please Note: EventBrite registration is required to attend the event, as per the COVID Safety Plan. Emails registered will be used for marketing purposes for the event.

Where: North Wollongong Hotel, 1/3 Flinders St North, Wollongong, NSW, 2500 

Details: Free to attend. Parking is free, but limited. 

For the latest updates, follow this Event's Facebook page.

About Pound Paws Charity 

Pound Paws is an Australian based charity focused on reducing the number on death row per year. We assist rescue centres & pounds with the overall adoption process, as well as utilise modern online technology to re-home pets and educate the Australian public. One of their main activities is organising pet adoption events, as well as placing pets into temporary foster homes, to save them from death row.

To learn more, visit

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