Click on an icon in the map below to access the details of your nearest RSPCA Shelter.
Please scroll down this page for the RSPCA Volunteer Branches map and information.
RSPCA NSW has 11 shelters in NSW that provide comfort, accommodation and the best possible care to surrendered, neglected, unwanted, sick or injured animals.
Animals arrive at the shelters in a number of ways. They can be:
Staff members assess all animals to ensure they are good natured and healthy. If animals need extra attention, they are referred to our behavioural team or our vets.
Animals fit for adoption are advertised on www.adoptapet.com.au . All animals are behaviour-assessed, vaccinated, desexed and wormed before going to their new home. Dogs and cats are microchipped and dogs are heartworm tested before adoption.
The RSPCA NSW has 11 shelters, 4 with Veterinary Hospitals. Please click on a shelter below for further information.
RSPCA Shelter Wishlists
Our RSPCA Shelters are in need of essential items you may be about to help us out with!
Click on a yellow marker in the map below to access the details of your nearest RSPCA Volunteer Branch.
Volunteer branches are the backbone of RSPCA work in regional NSW. Each volunteer branch is run exclusively by dedicated volunteers and plays a vital role in foster care, finding permanent homes for animals, desexing programs, support, fundraising initiatives in their local community - and so much more!
The RSPCA has 28 volunteer branches in regional areas in NSW. Please click on a volunteer branch below for further information.