Join thousands of local animal lovers for a celebration of our community and the pets in our lives, featuring a collective walk to help animals in need. Whether you’re walking with your favourite four-legged friends, or just enjoying our Flea-less Market, you can help us raise critical funds to support animals across Queensland.


Million Paws Walk is Australia’s favourite fundraiser for pets. Get to the starting line by registering, then join others and walk together to reach our ultimate goal of $645,000. The Million Paws Walk event is a wonderful day for all creatures with two or four legs. All attendees will be able to enjoy live entertainment, stalls, delicious food, giveaways, activities with your pooch and a whole lot more! Register today and fundraise to help animals in need!

Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $207783
    Total money raised

    Nationally

  • $50239
    Total money raised in

    Queensland

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Roma

    Adungadoo Park, Roma

    Event Time

    09:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Longreach

    Apex Park, Longreach

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Bribie Island

    Bribie Island Foreshore, Bongaree

    Event Time

    07:00 – 10:30

    Walk Start

    07:30

  • Cairns

    Cairns Esplanade, Cairns City

    Event Time

    07:30 – 11:30

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Tannum Sands

    Canoe Point Park, Tannum Sands

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • North Tamborine

    Geissman Park, Tamborine Mountain

    Event Time

    08:30 – 13:30

    Walk Start

    10:30

  • Cleveland

    Henry Ziegenfusz Park, Cleveland

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Townsville

    Jezzine Barracks, North Ward

    Event Time

    08:00 – 11:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Samford

    John Scott Park, Samford Village

    Event Time

    07:30 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Gympie

    Lake Alford Park, Monkland

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:30

    Walk Start

    09:30

  • Ipswich

    Limestone Park, Ipswich

    Event Time

    08:30 – 12:30

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Noosa

    Lions Park, Noosaville

    Event Time

    08:30 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Collinsville

    Lions Park, Collinsville

    Event Time

    07:30 – 10:00

    Walk Start

    08:00

  • Kingaroy

    Memorial Park, Corner of Haly and William Street, Kingaroy

    Event Time

    08:00 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Mackay

    Queens Park, East Mackay

    Event Time

    07:30 – 12:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Toowoomba

    Queens Park, East Toowoomba

    Event Time

    08:30 – 01:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Rockhampton

    Rigarlsford Park, Koongal

    Event Time

    07:00 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Bundaberg

    RSPCA Queensland Grounds, Branyan

    Event Time

    07:00 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    08:30

  • Hervey Bay

    Seafront Oval, Pialba

    Event Time

    08:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Brisbane

    South Bank Cultural Forecourt, South Brisbane

    Event Time

    08:30 – 13:30

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Chinchilla

    St Joseph's School Oval, Chinchilla

    Event Time

    08:00 – 11:30

    Walk Start

    09:00

  • Dakabin

    Sweeney Reserve, Petrie

    Event Time

    08:30 – 11:30

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Gold Coast

    The Great Lawn at Broadwater Parklands, Southport

    Event Time

    08:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:30

  • Moranbah

    Town Square, Moranbah

    Event Time

    07:00 – 11:00

    Walk Start

    08:30

Meet Our Heroes

  • Ruby's Story

    When Ruby was seized by RSPCA Queensland, she was emaciated and extremely unwell. At just six months old, she and another puppy were left tied up and isolated for seven days. Unfortunately, the other puppy was never accounted for. Ruby’s original owners were charged and fined with a combined total of $10,000, with 50% being awarded to RSPCA Queensland. Both defendants received a prohibition order, banning them from owning any animals for the next three years. When Ruby was rescued, she was a very ill puppy. With her fighting spirit and expert care from the RSPCA veterinary staff, she made a full recovery and was adopted by a doting family. She is determined to play with everything from TV remotes to shoes! Ruby lives in the lap of luxury with her friends, Archie the dog and Charlie the cat, completely loved by her new family.

  • Jessie's Story

    Jessie and one of her litter mates made their way to the RSPCA at only a few months old. They were found wandering the streets, so tiny and scared. Once in our care, they thrived in the love, attention and gentle care they received. After undergoing veterinary and behaviour checks, they were quickly put up for adoption. As you can imagine, they didn’t last long! It only took a couple of days before a loving family came in to meet Jessie and the rest is history!

  • Harriett's Story

    In May 2016, Harriett came into the care of the RSPCA Dakabin Shelter. Harriett was a lovely girl, a Siberian Husky Kelpie crossbreed with loads of energy at only two years old. Once in our care, Harriett was desexed, microchipped and vaccinated. She underwent a veterinary examination and a behavioural assessment. Harriett was then put up for adoption within a few weeks and was quickly adopted. Unfortunately, Harriett had a hard time adjusting to the new home and was soon returned to the shelter. This happened to poor Harriett a couple of times, but as always, we took her back in. She was given special sessions to work on some of her behavioural needs, ensuring that her next owners would be able to provide Harriett with the best and safest environment. Harriet was soon transferred to our RSPCA Wacol Shelter to give her the best chance at finding a new home. Harriett was with the RSPCA for a total of five months before the best owners for Harriett arrived at Wacol! Harriett has specific needs and it was a condition of her adoption that she remained indoors at all times and only had outside time when fully supervised. Her wonderful new owners were very willing to work with Harriett to give her the best life. She is now doing very well, completely happy and healthy in her new home!

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