Department of Health & Human Services
Premiers Active April

Family PLUS Challenge 1

Win 1 of 3 annual family passes to the Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne!

We want Victorian to enjoy the fun of increased physical activity with their families this April. Getting active is easy when you have access to great prizes and resources like the Active April Family Planner.

How do I enter?

  • Register for Premier’s Active April 2018
  • Log in and go to the Profile page
  • Fill in the form under Register Account Members and assign them to your team
  • That’s it! You’re automatically helping your family win!

It’s quality family time for free! Remember, the more people you register, the higher your chances are of winning.

What are the rules?

For each new team member that is registered and added to an Active April team between 19 February 2018 and midnight 23 February 2018, a ticket will go into a random draw. The first 3 names drawn will win an annual family pass to the Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne.

Terms and Conditions apply to all offers and prizes.

What else can my family win?

There are heaps of other great family prizes up for grabs.

All families also have the chance to win a family weekend at Anglesea YMCA Recreation Camp (up to 5 family members) with the Family Plus Challenge 2 and 1 of 3 annual family passes to SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium with the Family Plus Challenge 3.

Where do I start?

First up, Register yourself and create a team. Then you can visit the Promoting Active April page for helpful downloads to get your friends and family involved or visit the FAQs page for any questions you might have. You can also start planning activities for the weekend and school holidays with the all-new My Local. If you still need help, please Contact Us.

Last updated: January 24, 2018 at: 2:49 pm


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