Conversations that matter.
Creating positive change to men’s health by shining a light on the challenges and life events affecting Australian men.
A practical, engaging approach.
We deliver events, projects, and initiatives that address key men’s health issues and aim to give individuals practical tools to navigate life’s challenges and live a healthier life.
Blokepedia was started as a blog site in January 2017 by Josh Quarmby with the aim of promoting and encouraging conversations around the issues and topics that impact the lives of Australian men.
Motivated by a desire to create real change for the individuals Blokepedia works with, Josh enlisted the support of leading health professionals to create a range of solutions aimed at providing the tools and supports needed to enhance health and wellbeing.
What originally started as a simple blog quickly grew into a unique mix of online and face-to-face resources.
Today, Blokepedia works alongside businesses and the community to deliver workplace training, programs, and events that empower and support individuals to optimise their social, emotional, and physical health.
It is our mission to create positive change for men, their families, and the community through opportunities for connection, learning, and individual development.
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We’re hitting the road next month as part of Men’s Health Week, visiting Brisbane, Gold Coast, and Port Macquarie for our “Conversations that Matter” event series. Leading Psychologist and Author Dr. Clive Williams will be sharing the stage with Former World Champion Surfer, Mark ‘Occy’ Occhilupo. The two will be joined in the Gold Coast by Vince Sorrenti and Anthony Seibold will take the stage with them in Port Macquarie.
Blokepedia is piloting a workplace health program designed specifically for men. Consisting of a mix of online resources and face-to-face (or webinar) education sessions, the program aims to support teams and individuals to optimise their social, emotional, and physical health.
Jimmy Rees to host new web-series that sets out to explore some of the issues and life events affecting men across Australia.