Fancy getting circus fit with Circus Oz or participating in a giant game of Snakes and Ladders?
Well now you can thanks to the 100 Ways to Move it Melbourne program launched this week.
Throughout May and June, Melburnians are being urged to stop eating lunch al-desco and watching cat videos and to take a walk instead as part of the government’s bid to improve the health and wellbeing of city workers.
Activities to get the heart pumping will take place right across the City of Melbourne.
There’ll be mini golf in the NAB forecourt, totem tennis in the Treasury Gardens and a silent disco and retro sports at Federation Square.
And next Tuesday will be the last session of Lunch Beat at The Toff in Town – a one-hour lunchtime dance event that’s all the rage in the US and Europe.
And that’s 100 Ways to Move it Melbourne for the Melbourne Minute.