Celebrating 182 marvellous years in 2017

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Enter the 2017 Junior Lord Mayor Competition

with thanks to 13CABS

Be the little big boss of Melbourne. It's free, fun and you learn about Melbourne. Entry is open to Victorian students in grades five to seven (10 to 12 years of age). Learn more: Education section

Enter online here

Entries close 5pm, 14 August 2017.


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2017 Junior Lord Mayor of Melbourne Competition

Be the little big boss of our city. It's free, fun and you learn about Melbourne.

Competition opens 1 June 2017 and closes 5pm, 14 August 2017.


Sponsorships that get noticed

Don't miss out. Get your brand behind Melbourne Day. Awesome sponsorship packages are available for 2017.


Little big boss hits the airways

Denis Walter, Mason Dwyer, Peter Hitchener

On air: Junior Lord Mayor Mason Dwyer at radio station 3AW, with Channel Nine news presenter Peter Hitchener, right. Mason was a guest on the Afternoon show, hosted by Denis Walter, left, on 6 June. His Worship declared open the 2017 Junior Lord Mayor Competition, urging students across the state to enter online and learn about Melbourne.


Melburnian of the Year 2016

Neale Daniher - Melburnian of the Year

AFL great Neale Daniher is the Melburnian of the Year 2016, for his work raising funds to combat motor neurone disease.


Junior Lord Mayor 2016

Junior Lord Mayor 2016 Mason Dwyer and town crier Ian Morrison

The 2016 little big boss of Melbourne is Mason Dwyer, from St Louis de Montfort's Primary, Aspendale


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