Getting involved in Active April is free and simple. And this year it was even more fun with participants able to track their daily activity on a new smartphone app and compare their progress.
This included Victorian schools and Victorian workplaces pledging to do daily exercise such as taking a regular walk, going for a swim, and visiting the gym during their lunch breaks.
The most active local government areas were Casey, Boroondara, Monash, , Ballarat, and Brimbank.
Meanwhile, the top performing schools were Springside P-9 College in Caroline Springs, Heidelberg Primary School, Lynbrook Primary School, Emerson School in Dandenong and Mount St Joseph Girls College in Altona North.
As in the past, women well and truly outran the men making up nearly 60 per cent of participants.
The Active April website has lots of information to keep you motivated as well as a wide range of resources for schools, workplaces, families and individuals, so you can stay active now April has ended.
Visit the Premier's Active April website
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