Walk for Monash Children's Hospital
Sunday March 5, 2017
The Walk for Monash Children's Hospital is held in the beautiful Jells Park. Participants can register for the 1km walk, 5km walk, 5km run, 10km walk or 10km run. This is a family friendly, non-competitive event for all ages!
For fundraisers who raise over $35 you will recieve a free Monash Children's Hospital t-shirt.
There will be lots of activities fon the day with an animal farm, Kid Zone, and FREE massages as well as fantastic food trucks and entertainment.
Resgitrations will open at 8.00am.
Download the Course Map here
Monash Children’s Hospital
Monash Children's Hospital is a partner in the Victorian Paediatric Clinical Network and co-delivers Victoria's most important care in oncology, child protection, rehabilitation, neonatal intensive care, paediatric intensive care, orthopaedic and palliative care. Monash Children's Hospital is part of Monash Health, Victoria's largest healthcare service.
Building on our 120 year history from the Queen Victoria Hospital, the Monash Children's Hospital service is one of the busiest in Australia. We already deliver that state high level and complex care and thanks to the Victorian Government's investment, soon we will do this in a hospital built especially to care for sick children and their families.
Located in the south east of Melbourne, Monash Children's Hospital is one of the fastest growing paediatric corridors in the country. The new Monash Children's Hospital will be located immediately adjacent to the Monash Medical Centre in Clayton and allow us to treat more children, more efficiently than ever before.
Construction of the 230 bed, 5 storey hospital commenced in July 2014 and we look forward to opening the new hospital in early 2017. This new world class facility will be home to our already world leading paediatric health care. A place where we combine ground breaking research, with the latest medical technology to provide loving care to sick children and their families. A place of true excellence in every sense.