Lions Park, Burrill Lake, NSW

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Join us at Lions Park in Burrill Lake for a family friendly walk to help
raise much needed
funds for animals in need.

Event Details 

Ticket prices

Adult $20
Child $10
Concession $10
Family $25

Event date

29 May 2022

Start time

9.30AM

End time

1:30PM

What's happening

Million Paws Walk is back! Join us at Lions Park in Burrill Lake for a family friendly walk to help raise much needed funds for animals in need. This walk will be held by the RSPCA Shoalhaven Branch.

Registration and tickets:

The doors will open at 930am and tickets will be available for purchase at the door.

If you registered online prior to 10am Wed 18 May, you should receive a welcome pack in the mail with your wristbands. Please wear these for express entry.
If you registered after the above time or never received your welcome pack, please bring your ticket purchase invoice with you (printed or on phone) to receive your wristband. 

The walk will kick off around 11am, with the day's events finishing around 130pm. The walk itself is about 1.3km long and meanders through beautiful Lions Park.

After the walk, stick around to enjoy food, various stalls, music, raffles and more!

The Milton Ulladulla Dog Training Club will be demonstrating an obedience routine to music, and afterwards you can take your dog through the course for a gold coin donation.

Our Dog Competition will be a lot of fun as we watch people showcase their pooch and try to win one of the prizes. Look-a-like, Best Dressed – which category are you interested in?

Grab a sausage sandwich, gelato from Scoops Gelato Bike, cake and/or coffee while listening to local entertainers Hot Molly, the Milton District Band and Michael Downey.

Fairy Fantasy Parties is providing FREE face painting! And we are hosting a monster 100 Square Raffle with amazing prizes.

So, put on your walking shoes and come down for a day of fun!

Parking

Street parking is available.

Event location

Dolphin Point Road, Burrill Lake, NSW

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