Celebrate everything that's great about Melbourne.
There's almost no limit to the events you can hold and ways to mark August 30. Join an official event, or hold your own!
Below are some ideas, with do-it-yourself resources, including a poster you can print, hang everywhere and use as a selfie backdrop.
You can also use our exciting educational resources for schools.
Or this cupcake one!
Take a selfie or ask a friend to take a gorgeous snap of you with it, tag #MelbourneDay and share on social media!
Proud: Junior Lord Mayor competition judges Channel Nine newsreader Peter Hitchener and Dr Jo Clyne from History Teachers Association of Victoria (top), "Team Gec" sisters of Junior Lord Mayor finalist Alicia Gec, Melbourne Day deputy chair Sue Stanley (left) and City of Melbourne Cr Beverley Pinder, 3AW radio host and Junior Lord Mayor judge Denis Walter.
City greats: Peta Evans-Taylor (The Voice) and Brian Mannix (Uncanny X-Men)
We love Melbourne: Australian music icon Michael Gudinski from Mushroom records (top), Grill'd Healthy Burgers founder Simon Crowe (left), historian and author Judith Buckrich and previous Junior Lord Mayor Mason Dwyer with
Simon Purssey from 13cabs.
The Melbourne flag flies at Enterprize Park, the Lord Mayor's car, the mast on schooner Enterprize and atop Melbourne Town Hall. Have your own flag-raising ceremony! Download your flag, color it, and fly at your place! Take a photo, tag it #MelbourneDay and share on social media.