About ADC

We are a Dogs NSW and ADAA affiliated agility club in Sydney's Hills District.

The current costs associated with our club are as followed:

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The Agility Dog Club of NSW Inc. is a not-for-profit agility organisation formed in 1989, to provide the facilities and training needed to compete in this growing sport.

After three successful years, and with the demand for a specialist agility training club needed, we became affiliated with the NSW Canine Council (Dogs NSW) in 1992.

Our aim is to provide a fun, stimulating and welcoming atmosphere for ALL handlers and their dogs, and provide the guidance to compete in various trials held throughout Australia. 

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What we do

In addition to running weekly training for our members and holding trials under both the Dogs NSW (ANKC) and ADAA banners, we also:

  • Hold agility demonstrations at local community events

  • Help provide guidance to our local council as subject matter experts in responsible dog ownership

  • Make television and other media appearances when requested

  • Provide dogs with jobs!

If you're looking for a club to provide an agility demonstration or appear in your next media segment, ADC may be able to help. Please contact us for more information.

Our grounds

We train at Castle Hill Showground on Thursday night in the dog rings next to Cattai Creek.

Entry is via Showground Rd or Carrington Rd.

 

If entering from Showground Rd, head down De Clambe Dr and take the first right, then the first left. If coming from Carrington Rd, turn into the showground at the lights and take the second left. Head down the hill (this road will curve to the right) to the carpark. Extra parking can be found at the back of the training grounds by continuing down the hill rather than curving to the right as you come down the hill. 

Our training sessions are held on Thursday nights.

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How we operate

We are affiliated with both Dogs NSW (Australian National Kennel Council) and Agility Dog Association of Australia (ADAA) and are bound under their rules and regulations for affiliates. As an incorporated entity, we are also bound by the Associations Incorporations Act (2009), with further guidelines for our operation contained in both our Constitution and Operating Guidelines.

As a volunteer-run organisation, club operations are overseen by a committee of members. A current list of committee members and their contact details are available on our committee page.

Introduction to Agility

Our Constitution

Experienced Agility Handlers

Our Operating Guidelines