In celebration of the beautiful spring weather and Walk to School month this October, the Health Promotion team at CBCHS are launching our Kingston wide scavenger hunt starting on October 17th! What a great way to get out and about, enjoy the fresh Spring air, and have some fun while exploring your local neighbourhood and parks.
We’ve hidden a collection of stickers that show how our local community are staying happy, healthy and connected in 6 different locations across Kingston.
The locations are:
- Bicentennial Park Chelsea
- Edithvale Recreation Reserve Edithvale
- Kingston Heath Reserve Cheltenham
- Peter Scullin Reserve Mordialloc
- Namatjira Park Clayton South
- Turner Road Reserve Highett
There are a total of 8 Happy, Healthy & Connected stickers hidden around each of these locations. See if you can find them all using our Sticker Checklist below.
While you’re out on your scavenger hunt, snap some photos and post it on your Instagram! Tag us @healthy_kingston with the hashtag #healthykingston for your chance to win a locally sourced fruit and veggie box!
Scavenger Hunt Resources
Share the hunt with your local community using these resources:
Have you found all of the Happy, Healthy & Connected stickers already? Not to worry, check out the links below for some other ideas to do when you’re out and exploring your local neighbourhood:
- VicHealth’s Walk to School: ‘Play on your way’ activities
- VicHealth’s Walk to School: ‘Adventure Trails’
- Local Parks and Walking Trails
We want to ensure that our community stays safe during the scavenger hunt so please make sure that you continue to follow COVID-19 restrictions:
- Do not travel more than 5km for exercise
- Exercise for up to 2 hours per day
- Wear a face mask
- Practice physical distancing (1.5 metres)