Join RSPCA South Australia for our 21st Million Paws Walk birthday!

On Sunday, 20th May we’d like to invite you to our 21st Million Paws Walk birthday!

Bring your furry best friend to join the party and walk together to fight animal cruelty.

The flagship event will be held at Bonython Park, Adelaide as well as in six other regional locations around South Australia. Register now to take part in the biggest day out on the doggy calendar! All funds raised will help care for the 10,000 animals who enter RSPCA South Australia’s care every year.

We've planned tons of fun activities at the finish line including entertainment, food stalls, doggy games and free pet advice. 

Plus- every dollar you raise will help us reach our goal of $170,000 to help animals in need.

Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $776,709
    Total money raised

    Nationally

  • $70,197
    Total money raised in

    South Australia

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Adelaide

    Bonython Park, Adelaide

    Event Time

    08:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Berri

    Martin’s Bend Picnic Area, Berri

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Murray Bridge

    Sturt Reserve, Murray Bridge

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Port Augusta

    Eastside Foreshore, Port Augusta

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Port Lincoln

    Port Lincoln Foreshore ,

    Event Time

    09:30 – 01:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Port Pirie

    , Port Pirie West

    Event Time

    08:00 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Second Valley

    Jetty Store , Second Valley

    Event Time

    11:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    11:30

  • Victor Harbor

    Warland Reserve, Victor Harbor

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

  • Wallaroo

    Seaside Vet Surgery, Wallaroo

    Event Time

    09:30 – 13:00

    Walk Start

    10:00

Meet Our Heroes

  • Simba

    When RSPCA South Australia Inspector Shelly first attended a Northfield property in May 2016, she found Simba in a rubbish-strewn yard with inadequate access to food, water and shelter. Inspector Shelly issued Simba’s owner with several Animal Welfare Notices and ordered he improve Simba's living conditions. However, no changes were made and Inspector Shelly seized Simba 12 days later. A lack of socialisation at a young age meant 2-year-old Simba had many challenging behaviours. So we placed Simba in foster care for several months for some special attention and behavioural training. Then we put the call out to you, our supporters, to help find this special dog a home. And it worked! Simba was adopted into a new family in December last year. In Adelaide Magistrates Court on February 15, 2018, Simba's former owner was convicted for failing to provide adequate food, water and living conditions. He was fined $2,000, ordered to pay $4,460 in veterinary and court costs, and banned from owning animals for two years. Simba now has a loving forever home. Please join us at Million Paws Walk to help other animals like Simba.

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