A Dog's Way Home Competition

A Dog’s Way Home


Enter our A Dog’s Way Home Kids’ Colouring-In Competition to WIN


Crack out your colourful crayons and enter our Kids’ Colouring-In Competition for your chance to WIN one of five double pass movie tickets to A Dog’s Way Home, kindly donated by Sony Pictures.

The competition has several categories, so all kids can get involved in the colouring fun.

  • 3 years and under
  • 4 – 6 years
  • 7 – 9 years
  • 10 – 12 years
  • 13 – 15 years

How to enter

  1. You need to be aged 15 years and under to enter the competition.
  2. Ask your mum, dad or adult carer for permission first.
  3. Download and print the A Dog’s Way Home Colouring Sheet and Entry Form.
  4. Colour in your picture with as much colour and creativity as you like. One entry per child accepted.
  5. Complete the Entry Form (ask for mum, dad or an adult carer to help) then send your completed Entry Form and Colouring Sheet to us by mail to:


A Dog’s Way Home Colouring-In Competition
Wildlife Queensland
Suite 1, Level 1
30 Gladstone Road
Highgate Hill, Brisbane, Qld 4101


Download Colouring Sheet                            Download Entry Form

How winning works

  1. We’ll pick five winners based on the pictures we like the most out of all the wonderful entries. One winner will be chosen from each of the five age categories.
  2. We encourage entries from the littlest ones all the way up to the big kids.
  3. We will email or phone the winners and the winning pictures will be posted to our Facebook page and/or website.
  4. Each winner will receive one double pass movie ticket to A Dog’s Way Home.


The competition closes on Thursday, 7 March 2019 at 17:00 AEST – so get your entries in!

Read the full Terms and Conditions here.



The greatest adventure is the one that guides you home

A Dog’s Way Home chronicles the heart-warming adventure of Bella, a dog who embarks on an epic 400-mile journey home after she is separated from her beloved human.

Starring Bryce Dallas Howard, Ashley Judd, Jonah Hauer-King, Alexandra Shipp with Wes Studi and Edward James Olmos.

Directed by Charles Martin Smith.