Queensland Walks Month Community Walking Correspondents

During Queensland Walks Month in August 2022, we are calling for you to become one of our Community Walking Correspondents. We want to hear where you walk, why you walk, and what could be improved in the places where you walk, roll and stroll!

What is involved in being a Community Walking Correspondent?

Here are some of the things that you can do as a Community Walking Correspondent:

  • Share your walking story with Queensland Walks
  • Show places where you walk through photo and video story telling
  • Talk with your neighbours, your local Councillor, State or Federal Members or even the media about what could make it more enjoyable to walk in your street, town or city.

How do I become a Community Walking Correspondent?

All you need to do is register your interest in becoming a Community Walking Correspondent!

Who can become a Community Walking Correspondent?

Anyone in Queensland – young or older. Every body, every person, every place! Register your interest and we’ll be in contact.

Express your interest in becoming a Community Walking Correspondent

Tell us a little about where and why you walk, run roll, or stroll and why you or your group would be a great Community Walking Correspondent to be featured during Queensland Walks Month 2022 this August.

Meet some of our Community Walking Correspondents

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Olive King - Community Walking Correspondent
Dr Craig Barrett - Community Walking Correspondent
Luisina Perassi - Community Walking Correspondent
Ritwik Swain - Community Walking Correspondent
Elisha Matthews - Community Walking Correspondent
Ben Wilson - Community Walking Correspondent
Ritwik Swain - Community Walking Correspondent

Nicole Voevodin-Cash 

Michael Pugh scaled

Michael Pugh

Jo Piggott

Jo Piggott

 
Ritwik Swain - Community Walking Correspondent

Spencer Robinson

Julia Austin

Julia Austin