! IMPORTANT LOCATION UPDATE !
Due to council upgrades on parts of the Diamond Creek Trail in Eltham, we're having to move this years Tour de Harold.
But don't worry, we're still on the same trail, just riding a different section of it.
New Starting Point: Wilson Reserve, Wattle Glen
SUNDAY 29 MAY 2022
Join us for this years Tour de Harold at the heart of Harold's home!
Experience a Tour de Harold like no other on Sunday 29 May 2022 and help build vital Life Skills for kids around Victoria.
You will pedal along the stunning, family friendly Diamond Creek Trail that runs from Wattle Glen > Hurtsbridge > Diamond Creek and back to Wattle Glen.
How It Works
1. Register For $25
Register for the Tour de Harold as an individual or team and take on the challenge to join our mission. Upon registration, you'll receive a free Tour de Harold Tee!
2. Share & Raise
Share your mission to family, friends and peers and raise funds to ensure Healthy Harold and his expert facilitators can deliver vital Life Skills to kids across Victoria by helping them make safe decisions for life.
3. Ride for Life Skills
Join us on Sunday 29 May 2022 as we ride 15km along Healthy Harold's favourite trail in his home town, Diamond Creek Trail.
What are you riding for?
Life Skills for Children!
We live in a complex world that has become increasingly difficult over the past couple of years and our children have suffered.
Our purpose at Life Education Victoria is to change health behaviours to enable children to thrive in their lives, no matter how complex the world can become. We achieve this by giving kids the smarts to deal with the hard stuff through learning vital life skills.
"Having resilience and grit has to be one of the most important lessons I've taken away from the Life Ed program. That's definitely something I think is crucial for young people when navigating the path to adulthood, so I am glad I learned those lessons early on."
Danielle Carter, Graduate
“I really like it (Healthy Harold Heroes) because me and my peers came up with the ideas and the campaign and we’re running it instead of the teachers who usually do most of the work.”
Connor Ryan-Gunn, Student Ambassador, Craigieburn South Primary
“It (Sexual Health) taught me that you shouldn’t hide something, you should be free to talk even if you feel embarrassed.”
Evelyn, Grade 6 Student, Kinglake West
“I love facilitating this Program and helping students find their voice. The student ambassadors become great advocates for health and wellbeing at their school and it’s exciting to see the passion and enthusiasm of a group of young people driving a project.”
Training Specialist, Life Education Victoria
"I learned how to help people during COVID-19 and people who have mental health disabilities. I also learned how to help people, who are close to having mental health issues, and are in need of help and support."