Men's Health Directory

The Men's Health Directory is a comprehensive resource showcasing some of the amazing organisations and community groups supporting men's health around Australia.  The directory is sectioned by state, making it easier for men to identify services and programs in their local area. The directory will be continuously updated as new organisations are registered, and is a great resource to share with your community, colleagues, and social networks as a way for men to get started.

Last updated 23/01/2024

Host a Men's Health Week event

Men's Health Week events can be anything related to the physical, mental or social wellbeing of men - from social gatherings, to group exercise, or anything else that brings men together to foster friendship, positivity, and healthy environments.

Click Here to register your organisation or community group to our Men's Health Week directory. We will use details provided in this form to contact you to provide resources to support your Men's Health Week events and activities.

Click here to download the "Ideas to Engage" document. This document provides recommendations for organisations and individuals wanting to plan an event or activity for Men's Health Week 2023, in line with this years theme - Healthy Habits.

Your event can be for men of any age, it can involve teaching or learning new skills, reconnecting with nature, any sort of exercise, or it can be social - it just needs to involve men connecting with each other and building friendship, community and positivity.

Attend a Men's Health Week event

Community initiatives are held year-round to celebrate the importance of men's and boy's health.

Take the opportunity during Men's Health Week to attend a local community initiative in your area.

Contact the Men's Health Week team to find out more.

Stories from the community

Chris Jones (Head to Health): Understanding what men need, want and how best to serve them is an area Jones is passionate about and is actively working to accommodate for, after his own experience of surrounding a lack of adequate health care at 16, became a profound catalyst for his health journey and career in mental health education and program management.

Click Here to read more.

Josh Quarmby (Momentus): After his own lived experience with mental health he noticed there was a gap in services that support men’s wellbeing in the workplace. Not long after, Momentus was founded. With a passion to make a difference in workplace culture, Quarmby set about designing transformative workplace programs that empower people to achieve their potential.

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Phil Dixon (Walk it Off): It is the need for a healthy environment around men’s health that inspired Phil Dixon, in early 2022, to start the Walk It Off initiative in the Blue Mountains. Through his own, lived experiences and recognising the need for a supportive and informal setting in his local community, Dixon created a weekly program that promotes positive mental and physical health.

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Mark Heiss (GO Foundation): In his role at the GO Foundation, a scholarships organization that supports Indigenous students, Mark Heiss combines his passion for education and wellbeing with his own experience of health to inspire boys to dream big and feel confident in life.

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CHAMPIONING MALE HEALTH Brought to you by the 
Centre for Male Health

The Centre for Male Health
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Centre for Male Health
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