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Wellington Park is unique. It’s a bit special… which is why it is not managed as a National Park, but has its own rules instead. One of the marvellous things about its uniqueness and non National Park-ness is that you can bring your dog along. Well, mostly anyway. It’s complicated. I hope this article makes it a bit clearer.
We advise all park visitors to install the Emergency + app on your smart phone and carry it at all times.
A walk in the remote areas of Wellington Park is a deeply rewarding and memorable experience. You will find yourself in a wild place of spectacular, rugged landscapes, inhabited by remarkable variety of interesting vegetation and wildlife.
Following is a quick recount of an interaction I had while on duty at The Springs this weekend. I publish it as an illustration of the serious side of these snow events.
I was moved to interview a TaNaPa Ranger after attending the International Rangers Federation World Ranger Congress in Arusha, Tanzania in November 2012.
Hail, walkers, riders, visitors, neighbours and all friends of Wellington Park, past, present and future! This is the first Ranger’s Wrap for many moons and my first as the ‘new’ Ranger while Lydia Marino is on leave. It is high time I introduced myself – briefly I promise – and for an update on what’s happening in the Park as well as what’s on the horizon.