Walk the Block

Walk the Block is all about getting Victorian workers away from their desks and onto their feet. So go ahead, take a little time out of your day to create a happier, healthier workplace.

Tell us what you think! How can we make this bigger and better? We'd like to hear your thoughts. Please fill in the quick survey below. Thanks a million!

Map your workplace walk to win great prizes!

Photo courtesy of Baw Baw Shire CouncilWalking Maps is the perfect website for you to map your workplace walks. It's free and easy to use. Best of all, they make walks in your area look fun and fabulous! All the better for inspiring people at work to get out and about more often.

Win a $350 voucher ($500 voucher for workplaces in HTC* areas). What about a coffee machine or fancy friday lunch for your team? Simply map your workplace walk to be in the running (or should we say, walking?). Closes 30 April.

For handy hints and tips to map your walk, please click here.

Photo comp winners

Photo comp - all winnersCongratulations to the following winners for being the top 3 most Liked photos on Facebook:

  • Kevin Newman (Lost Dog's Home)
  • Anthea Merson (Latrobe Valley Bus Lines)
  • Ashleigh Dark (Northern Grampians Shire Council Town Hall Staff)

Highly commended include photos from:

  • Tracey Dark (Grampians Pharmacy)
  • Anna Sanderson (Warnambool City Council)
  • Germain Ramos (Beaconhills College)
  • Karen Anderson (Barwon Health)
  • Bendigo Health.


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Walk the Block 2014 Feedback Survey

Thanks for Walking the Block in 2014. We'd love your feedback and suggestions to help us make this event bigger and better. P.S. Your answers are completely anonymous. Any questions? Please email htc@victoriawalks.org.au or call 03 9662 3975.

Thank you for completing this survey. Don’t forget to vote on the best photo from the Walk the Block 2014. Voting closes 2 April. Or to map the walk that you did on the day to get into the ‘Map It’ Competition. Entries for this close 30 April.