The RSPCA’s Million Paws Walk is back! Million Paws Walk is the RSPCA’s largest annual fundraising event, where 100 per cent of funds raised through event activities, donations, merchandise sales and your own fundraising efforts go directly towards helping the animals who need it most. You will also help to keep our inspectors on the road, run education and support programs, and improve the welfare of animals every day.

Once again, Tasmanian dog lovers have a choice of several convenient and picturesque Million Paws Walk locations in each corner of the state. St Helens will host the gorgeous East Coast walk, plus each Animal Care Centre will host their own walk in Ulverstone, Launceston and Hobart!

All events will offer a range of food options, as well as activities, entertainment and great prizes for pooches and people. Million Paws Walk is the RSPCA’s biggest annual fundraising event, raising critical funds to fight animal cruelty.  Whether it’s put towards keeping our Inspectorate on the road or running our community education programs – every dollar counts.

Register today!


Secure your spot now and walk to fight animal cruelty

  • $46,061
    Total money raised

    Nationally

  • $539
    Total money raised in

    Tasmania

Find Your Nearest Walk

  • Hobart

    Long Beach Reserve, Sandy Bay

    Event Time

    12:00 – 17:00

    Walk Start

    13:00

  • Launceston

    Royal Park, Launceston

    Event Time

    10:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    11:00

  • St Helens

    Stieglitz Beach, St Helens,

    Event Time

    10:00 – 12:30

    Walk Start

    11:00

  • Ulverstone

    Ulverstone Sound Shell, Ulverstone

    Event Time

    10:00 – 14:00

    Walk Start

    11:00

Meet Our Heroes

  • Harry's story

    Harry was in RSPCA Tasmania’s care for over 340 days. Harry stayed at all three of our Animal Care Centres trying to find a home and spent some time in foster care with our great volunteers to give him some time in a family home environment. Some insight from Harry's lovely foster carers - “Harry was nervous at first, new surroundings and travelling in the car, it didn't take him long to feel comfortable. With new people he can be wary and sometimes nervous, when settled his true personality shines through, he is playful, loving & a bit goofy! He loves getting out for walks and well behaved on his lead, at road crossings, Harry will sit and wait on command. Recently, Harry was adopted by George and Pauline: Since we welcomed Harry into our home we instantly fell in love with him. He constantly surprises us with his good nature, charm and intelligence. He is also a bit goofy sometimes. At first he was very curious and wanted to check everything out - including our cat Penny. He has been fantastic with her from the start, whilst Penny is slowly getting used to Harry. Penny has made a lot of progress in the last month and is now comfortable sitting on our laps while Harry snoozes in front of her. Sometimes when he meets someone new, he can grumble a bit. However, within minutes, he wants lots of hugs and belly scratches. Harry loves nothing more than sitting on his bed in the living room after a walk with teddy or running around with piggy in the back yard. He also loves the water and the beach especially if he has some four legged friends to play with.

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