Event Time

09:00 – 14:30

Walk Start Time

11:00

Walk Length

1.5 km / 5 km

Getting Here

Patrick White Lawns

Get your tail wagging because you can be a part of Canberra's biggest doggy day out at this year's Million Paws Walk and help raise funds to fight animal cruelty. RSPCA's biggest fundraising event will be held on Sunday 19th May 2019 at Patrick White Lawns. Million Paws Walk is the best day out for all two (and four) legged friends. 2019's event will be extra bark-tastic as we will have plenty of dog friendly games, a best dressed doggy competition, live entertainment for you to enjoy, delicious food and drink to consume and retail stalls selling everything you need for your pet. To top it off you will enjoy the main event- a picturesque walk around Lake Burley Griffin! It is a fetching day out and all for a good cause!

Prices

Barking Mad - 50% off!

January 29th - March 4th

Early Bird - 20% off!

March 5th - March 28th

Online

March 29th - May 19th

On the day

May 19th

Adult

18 years+

$14.00

$22.40

$25.20

$28.00

Child

2-17 years

$6.00

$9.60

$10.80

$12.00

Family

2 Adults + 2 Children

$32.50

$52.00

$58.50

$65.00

Concession

Pensioner or Student

$9.00

$14.40

$16.20

$18.00

Location Information

Walk Location

Parkes ACT 2600, Australia

Limited Parking with access off Commonwealth Avenue

City Parks Administration Depot, 1 Regatta Place, Parkes, ACT, 2600, Australia

National of Library of Australia (off Parkes Place West)

Parkes Pl W, Canberra ACT 2600, Australia

Questacon

King Edward Terrace, Parkes ACT 2600, Australia

Old Parliament House (off Queen Victoria Terrace)

18 King George Terrace, Parkes ACT 2600, Australia

Treasury (off Langton Street)

Langton Cres, Parkes ACT 2600, Australia

Special Access

Paths around Lake Burley Griffin are wide enough to accommodate pedestrians, wheelchairs, electric scooters and strollers. Be aware there are some gravel pathways and there may be water on pathways after rain. Safety Information. Children must be accompanied by an adult during all stages of the Million Paws Walk - at entry, during the walk and after the walk. If a child becomes lost, please take them to the RSPCA ACT Volunteers marquee. St John Ambulance officers and RSPCA ACT Veterinary staff will be roaming to attend any first aid requirements.

Contacts

If you require any further information, please contact:

Events team at RSPCA ACT P: (02) 6287 8133 E: events@rspca-act.org.au

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