The Club has a 2 stage cancellation process for wet weather:

Training washed out

  1. The first stage is to cancel Joiner registration – we can't put out administration tables if it's raining.
  2. The second stage, if the weather's too wild, is to cancel training

If it's not too wet and wild, and depending on availability of Instructors, the Club will run training as combined classes.

In normal circumstances, the decision to cancel training is left as late as possible. Members and Joiners can call the Club for a status update on 0412 645 154 after 7:30am on Sundays. Please note: We cannot respond to SMS/text messages.

Note: In exceptional weather circumstances the decision to cancel may be made on Saturday night before Sunday training – this will be recorded as a message on the Club phone as soon as the decision has been made.

If in doubt, call the Club at any time and listen to the recorded message.

While the Club apologises for the inconvenience caused due to cancelled training, we trust Members and Joiners appreciate the efforts of our invaluable volunteer helpers and Instructors to run classes in all seasons.

Next Training Date

Sunday 4th February 2018

Following the Club's season-ending Fun Day on 3rd December, our Helpers and Instructors are now having a well-earned break for the break festive season and summer holidays.

Training resumes at the Club on Sunday, 4th February 2018, which will be a Puppy Joiner our 6-week Puppy Classes (for dogs aged under 6 months). Our first Adult Dog Joiner for 2018 for the Club's Responsible Dog Ownership Course (for dogs 6 months and older) will be on Sunday, 11th February.

Note: Due to the summer heat and humidity, Training and Registration start times are scheduled earlier from the 4th February until the end of Daylight Saving - please see the Training Times page on the Club website for details.

Other Training Dates and details of the Registration/Joining Process are also available from the website.

We wish all our Members, their families and friends, and of course, their dogs, a safe and happy holiday. We look forward to seeing you again in the new year!