The RSPCA Million Paws Walk is the Northern Territory’s biggest and most exciting event for dog lovers and their pooches. Take your best friend on a fun day out with entertainment, stalls, and giveaways – not to mention a beautiful walk! By fundraising for us, you’ll be making a real difference to the lives of RSPCA Darwin shelter animals, helping us on the way to our fundraising goal of $55,000. Whether it’s allowing us to provide care to animals in need, supporting our community education programs, every dollar raised makes a valuable contribution to our efforts for a future free from cruelty.

Register online to set up your personal fundraising page, and then get creative encouraging your friends, family, colleagues and teammates to sponsor you!


Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $253,483
    Total money raised

    Nationally

  • $4,178
    Total money raised in

    Northern Territory

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Jingili

    Jingilli Water Gardens, Jingili

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

Meet Our Heroes

  • Meet Wilbur

    RSPCA Darwin received a call from a kind member of the public, who had heard of a family who were going to ‘take matters into their own hands’ with a puppy. The helpless 10 week old albino Great Dane cross was born deaf, so the breeders did not think he had any value. Once with RSPCA, a full health check confirmed that he was completely deaf, but that sure didn’t stop the little guy from desperately wanting to learn and please people. His foster carer fell in love at first sight, named him Wilbur, and immediately began training with hand signals – being deaf did not slow him down one bit. Inevitably, the foster carer couldn’t bring herself to give Wilbur up and adopted him permanently. He now does regular obedience training, knows more tricks at 10 months old than most dogs learn in their life, and lives just as full life as any happy, loving dog. Walk with Wilbur to show that all dogs are worth saving!

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