Alice Springs Kennel Club Inc. was founded in 1967 to encourage pure bred dog showing and breeding in Alice Springs. Recently we changed our name to Alice Springs Kennel & Dog Sports Club Inc. and broadened our focus. We offer basic obedience and dog sports to all registered dogs and their owners, regardless of the dog\\'s breed status. All dogs will have to pass basic obedience before they can progress to Dog Sports as these activities are done off lead. Alice Springs Kennel & Dog Sports Club Inc. believes this will encourage responsible dog ownership and healthy outdoor activities for dogs and their owners. The dog sports that the club hopes to offer include basic agility, earth dog, luring and possibly dog dancing (to name just a few). ASK&DSC Inc also encourages the Junior Dog Handling class and was the first club in Australia to offer the Neuter Class for Challenge points. This class encourages pure dog breeders the continued showing life of their neuter their dogs. Dog training classes are held every Monday night with new member intake between 6.30-6.45pm will classes commencing at 7pm. Classes will be conducted on Monday & Wednesday (for more advanced members) nights. If you are looking to purchase a pure bred dog please contact the Club as we have many members who are registered breeders who are members of the NT Canine Controlling Body. The Club promotes responsible dog ownership and breeding. We are here to support the wider Alice Springs Community.
Facebook: Alice Springs Kennel & Dog Sports Club Inc.
Facebook: Alice Springs Kennel Club Inc
The Alice Springs Animal Shelter cares for animals who are currently homeless by providing warm, safe shelter, food, love, medical attention and a place to call their own while they’re waiting to be adopted. Our objective is to give the voiceless animals who are abused and ignored. Together we can help the voiceless animals get the second chance at life they deserve! Visit our Facebook page (Alice Springs Animal Shelter) and/or our Twitter Page (AliceRSPCA) to stay up-to-date with animals available for adoption, fundraising events and how you can help!
We no longer induct Members every first Thursday of the month. The club now accepts four intakes per year. Potential new Members should contact the club by email for the dates of the next intake.
Training runs March to November each year.
For costs and more information visit our Facebook Page or email the club.
Dog Grounds, Blatherskite Park, Len Kittle Drive , ALICE SPRINGS
A must see for every visitor to Alice! In the space of just a few hours, you can discover many of the secrets of the Central Australian deserts at the Desert Park. Hundreds of species of plants and animals found across Central Australian deserts can be seen, smelt and heard. Take an easy walking trail through three desert habitats and discover Desert Rivers, Sand Country and the Woodland habitat, witness free-flying birds of prey in the nature theatre, see rare and endangered animals in the spectacular nocturnal house, hear the insights into the interlinking world of plants, animals and people from our local guides and enjoy a cinematic journey through four-and-a-half billion years of desert evolution during the 20 minute cinematic journey of “The Changing Heart”. At night, explore by moonlight the mysterious lives of desert animals by spotlight on a Nocturnal Tour. Journey with an expert guide for a one hour discovery tour through the foothills of the MacDonnell Ranges. Watch bilbies sneaking from their burrows, mala foraging for their daily meal or come centimetres from an echidna on a mission to find dinner. When you leave the Desert Park you will go away with new stories, skills and some of the secrets of the desert.
08 8951 8720
Larapinta Dve Alice Springs NT 0870
08 8951 8788
President: Chris Edgoose
08 8952 6363
c/- Show Grounds Blatherskite Park, Len Kittle Dr Alice Springs NT 0870