Have you heard about all the
Queensland Walks Month prizes?
Each photo, video or story submission is an entry for your chance to win!
Group or team prize
Win a $500 catered meal voucher of your choice for you and your friends.
Submit your weekly photos via the Snap Send Solve App.
Your group photos will be later shared on the website and in future newsletters.
To be eligible, you will need register for Queensland Walks Month, and download the Snap Send Solve App,
and submit your weekly team photos through the app.
View our Terms and Conditions.
But you have to be registered to be in the ‘walking’ to win.
To be eligible for prizees, you will need register for Queensland Walks Month, and submit your weekly walking photos, videos or story via the Queensland Walks website. Once approved, your stories will appear on the website. You can vote or comment on each photo.
Submit your weekly team or group photos via the Snap Send Solve App. These photos will be later posted on our website, and used in our future newsletters and stories.
With thanks to our prize sposors
Snap Send Solve is a smart cities technology platform that simplifies the reporting of community issues in Australia and New Zealand. Snap Send Solve is a privately owned Australia technology company headquartered in Melbourne.
As an Australian podiatrist-founded fashion footwear label, FRANKiE4 Footwear is changing the way women, experience and wear their shoes. From work to play, night and day, FRANKIE4 aims to empower women to go further on their feet, offering style, support and comfort in every cleverly designed and cushioned step. At FRANKiE4, we are truly excited to support this wonderful, month-long, holistic incentive, to help energise Queenslanders by safely engaging the outdoors as well as our beautiful walking tracks and pathways.
The National Heart Foundation of Australia is a charity established in 1959. Its activities have been funding cardiovascular research, supporting health professionals in their practice, developing health promotion activities, informing and educating the public and assisting people with cardiovascular disease.
Queensland Health provides CQUniversity with the funding to run the 10,000 Steps program. The program is facilitated by CQUniversity’s Physical Activity Research Group, a team of health professionals, academics and graduates, who coordinate the dissemination of 10,000 Steps, assisting individuals, workplaces and communities around Queensland and beyond to be more active.
Around 30, 000 Queenslanders are diagnosed with cancer every year. Cancer Council Queensland is here for anyone impacted by cancer every minute, every hour, every day, by raising funds that are dedicated to improving quality of life for people living with cancer through research, patient care, prevention and early detection.