Part of the skill of being an excellent communicator is the ability to share ideas, contacts and resources. One way that Max successfully does this is to provide introductions – connections – between like-minded people. Let them explore associations and mutual benefits.

Media Max

Contact Information

The Max Walker Co.
PO Box 5135 Burnley, Victoria
3121, Australia
Tel: 0417 363 433

Max Walker

A Max Pac is a composition of information relating to the many aspects of Max's speaking and business fields of expertise. The package includes a CV, testimonials and individual descriptions of the roles Max undertakes.

You can download a PDF version of the 'Max Pac' by clicking the link below:

Download a Max Pac

Looking for something in particular? Try our internal search engine

To the Maxx

Let them explore associations and mutual benefits. We are pleased to provide some of these links with you here…

Find Max on your favourite social media site >

Articles about Max

Sport Spotlights shine on the great shake-up

A game-changing time in Australian sport is remembered. The Sydney Morning Herald – February 10, 2013 Daniel Lane Still in the picture … Max Walker takes a trip down memory lane at the Bradman Foundation lunch Photo: Sahlan Hayes MAX WALKER remembers well when the day/night commercialism, colour and rock-concert-like excitement dawned on cricket and […]

Inside Sport Mo-Mentor moment

James Smith, of Inside Sport, steals a Mo-Mentor moment with Max to learn more about is famous moustache … and a few sporting insights …  

Hey Boomers

Published June 2012.   Did you see it?  Read it here. Life is no longer about growing old gracefully; it’s about living a passionate life in retirement and celebrating your lifestyle!

View more articles about Max >

Max Bytes

For easy listening in Max’s usual style, click on any of the soundbytes below. The Brink A chat with Denis Walter Max speaking at National Speakers Association Breakfast with the Stars radio interview, Tasmania, Parts 1,2,3&4

View Max Bytes >

Max's Blog

Ruffled feathers

The kookaburra, so Australian, such a unique call and stature. Most importantly, it’s a meat-eating hunter with the patience of a statue, laser vision and pin-point accuracy in strike mode. It is common knowledge that the feathered photographic icons, with the sharp horizontal beaks and deep throat, will watch a snake for ages before launching […]

Barrow Island

Oddly, the woman at the check-in desk asked to view any footwear that would accompany me to Barrow Island – site of the iconic Gorgan resources project. The remote island is a Grade A nature reserve. This presents a unique environment, overlaid with a set of strict compliance guidelines to operate with. Basically, flora and […]

Bad Reflections

Question: How do I stop reflection in my glasses when filming in front of a Green Screen? Answer: This is a common problem … If the lens is in the same plane (vertical, like the eye wear being worn) and at same the level, the reflection of the Green Screen will be visible in glasses. […]

View Max's Blog >