Opening Hours

  • Most Days: 9am - 5pm, Wednesdays: 10am - 5pm
  • Viewing of Animals - Daily: 10am - 4pm      
  • Sundays and Public Holidays: CLOSED

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RSPCA Cupcake Day

1st - 31st Aug 2017

Cupcake Day for the RSPCA is all about baking, eating and, most importantly, fundraising for animals in need. When you put on your apron and whip out that mixing bowl, you are helping to ensure animals across Australia are treated with dignity and love. Who would’ve known the humble cupcake could transform lives? 50,000 cupcakes were baked and eaten to support RSPCA ACT last year during Cupcake Day for RSPCA in August. We need your help to fight animal cruelty this Cupcake Day and make a difference to the lives of animals in need and help sweeten the lives of the many animals that come to our

Pet Tales - You're Invited to Breakfast!

12th - 12th Oct 2017

You are invited to our next breakfast in the 'Pet Tales' series With Guest Speaker Laura Tchilinguirian Date: Wednesday, 12th of October 2017 Time: Doors open at 7:00am for a 7:30am start Location: Pacific Suites Canberra, 100 Northbourne Ave, Canberra ACT 2601 Price: $40.00 for Monthly Giver Animal Ambassadors, $55 for Individual Ticket Breakfast includes an assortment of delicious hot and cold food served buffet style. Parking: Free underground parking for all attendees What is 'Pet Tales'? The 'Pet Tales' series is a great chance for supporters of our organisation to see the impact their on
About Our Speaker Laura Tchilinguirian: Laura was born and raised in Sydney and moved to the ACT at the age of 19 to study Communications at the University of Canberra. During her seven years in Canberra, Laura worked in the news rooms at Mix 106.3 and 2CC/2CA, covering major stories including the Thredbo landslide and the Canberra Hospital implosion. She's also worked as a journalist and news director in the commercial radio industry for Austereo, DMG and ARN in Sydney, Canberra, Adelaide and Melbourne. One of the highlights of her career was working as the breakfast newsreader for the Andrew