The RSPCA Million Paws Walk event is our biggest and most exciting event for dog lovers and their pooches! You and your best friend will be treated to entertainment, stalls, giveaways and a host of other activities. It’s a fun day out where you can make a real difference to RSPCA Darwin shelter animals. Every dollar raised will make a valuable contribution and will help us reach $55,000 to support our work with the shelter animals.

Simply register to join us online and then set up your fundraising page. Ask your family, friends, colleagues, neighbours and classmates to sponsor your walk. 

Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $567191
    Total money raised


  • $18837
    Total money raised in

    Northern Territory

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Jingili

    Jingilli Water Gardens, Jingili

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start


Meet Our Heroes

  • Meet your K-9 hero, Koda

    At just four days old, Koda was found by a kind stranger in a gutter on the side of the road. His ears and eyes were closed, and he had not learned how to walk yet. Koda was picked up and immediately brought to the RSPCA Darwin Shelter for 24-hour care and bottle feeding in a foster home. Koda was small enough to fit in a palm but grew very quickly. Despite this, Koda showed his intelligence very early on! He learnt to sit in one day and was toilet trained by seven weeks. He easily found his way around and played just like any normal puppy. Once he was able to go up for adoption, RSPCA Darwin posted about his special care needs. He had to be placed in a home that was ready to raise a very special puppy. It was not long before he found a forever home, where every day he grows into the big and strong dog with his very own family. Fundraising for this year’s Million Paws Walk event helps animals like Koda. The funds are vital to cover food, water, housing and medical needs. Every step you take helps change the lives of animals in need.

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