We would like to congratulate Lynnbrook Kindergarten on their successful application to the Take It Outside grants program. Cara and the kids will be getting out in nature all year round with their new wet weather gear purchased with the grant. We love supporting programs like the Nature Kindergarten. For more information on how to […]
We would like to congratulate the South Burnett Karate Association for their successful application to the Active in Parks – Take It Outside Grants program. Geoff and the gang will use this to purchase a BBQ to support family days and outdoor fitness events. Way to get active outdoors!
The national 7 Senses Street Day movement saw residents temporarily transform their streets into spaces designed to engage our seven human senses, with the hope that these events would inspire increased community participation in creating safer, more playful, inclusive streets: “Our residential streets are now traffic channels – 75 per cent of the space between […]
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If you could help make communities healthier at the click of a button, would you do it? Find out now by taking 5 minutes to learn about 33 new health programs short-listed for a Medibank Community Grant – they need your vote! http://bit.ly/1F5Cmpo
Active in Parks are proud to be a partner with the Medibank Community Fund to help get people more active outdoors in natural settings. Medibank #GenBetter People and Parks Foundation Through the visual storytelling of the Medibank Community Fund 2014 Annual Review you will see better health community projects come to life in images & […]
Australia has been lucky to view Project Wild Thing at various events across the nation. Project Wild Thing is a film led movement to get more kids (and their folks!) outside and reconnecting with nature. The film itself is an ambitious, feature-length documentary that takes a funny and revealing look at a complex issue, the increasingly […]
On Saturday 15 November 2014 we launched the website at the IUCN World Parks Congress in Sydney. With the support of Medibank Community Fund and Parks Victoria we promoted the resource to the over 6,000 delegates from Australia and all over the world! It was an amazing week that brought together many people who are passionate […]