The Walkability Action Group network welcomes Walk On Moreland and Mont Albert North Walks!
Walk On Moreland came together "...as a reaction to the dangerous, impolite, noisy, often angry, and unpleasant mix of roads, cars, and drivers which is all too common in Moreland." Their first priority is to make the Munro Street / Railway Place crossing in Coburg a safer area for walkers.
Mont Albert North Walks would like the area around the roundabout at Belmore and Union Roads made better for walking. The busy traffic there is a barrier to many for walking to nearby shops and facilities.
Want to make your neighbourhood more walkable? We'd love to hear from you! Contact us.
Victoria Walks is proud to be a partner of the Child Friendly Cities - Valuing Children as Citizens Conference in Bendigo. Using a community development lens, the two day conference will explore the contemporary theory and practice of ‘growing’ a Child Friendly City with particular emphasis on valuing children as citizens.
The exciting conference features keynote speaker Lenore Skenazy, parent and author of 'Free Range Kids'. The program also features several notable speakers such as Tim Gill - Rethinking Childhood as well as our very own Executive Officer, Dr. Ben Rossiter.
Book before 1 April for an early bird discount! More information.
Fitzroy Aboriginal Heritage Walking Trail is proudly brought to you by the City of Yarra.
From the 1920s, the inner city suburb of Fitzroy became known as the urban heart of Aboriginal Victoria. It was the birthplace of many important Aboriginal organisations, centre stage for the fight for civil rights and a meeting place for linking-in with family and community (including members of the Stolen Generations).
Your neighbourhood is at your feet: step out and explore. Make your streets safe, attractive and fun!