More than 100 men spent Sunday afternoon sharing good food, good company and a good walk around Heritage Forest in Mowbray for the first Men's Table Walkathon for Mental Health.
Co-founder of the Men's Table, Ben Hughes said the day was about getting men to open up to each other in a safe and supportive environment to address the issues that affect men's mental health.
He said the event had been well received by the community with many of the event's participants keen to ask questions and share their experiences.
Brendan Sullivan from Hobart completed the five-kilometre walk and said the event provided a good forum for men to reach out and support one another, and address the daily issues that affect men which often went unspoken.
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