Garden of Memories

Six legs, one journey

The Garden of Memories is a memorial garden for past Guide Dogs.

It’s a dedicated space for reflection for people whose lives have been touched by Guide Dogs, and to raise awareness of the vital role they play in giving individuals with vision impairment freedom and independence, as well as the impact they can have for individuals and the community.

The Garden of Memories relied heavily on support from Tasmanian landscape architects Playstreet, the City of Hobart, and the WD Booth Charitable Trust to ensure its completion.

Project group participants are Jane Forrest, Kate Grady, Margie Jenkin, Ben Maynard, Stewart Sharples, Gina Sidhu.

You can find the Garden at 254 Elizabeth Street Hobart, just up from the Guide Dogs Tasmania office.