26.10.2020Let’s Melbourne Again


Let’s Melbourne Again is an initiative to rebuild confidence, creativity and hope in Melbourne. It’s a commitment made to Melbourne by those who love this city. Over the next few months, a series of wonderful acts will be created to get Melbourne moving forward again. But we need your help too, together Let’s Melbourne Again.

Read the Media Release here
Want to Melbourne again?

If you’re a Committee for Melbourne member or friend of the Committee and would like to support the Let’s Melbourne Again initiative. You can download the toolkit and get more information in the button below.

There’s everything you need to show your support and help get us all ‘Melbourning again’.

Please share examples of how your company has have activated the campaign.

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The Committee for Melbourne needs your support. As a Not-for-Profit organisation funded by 150 members, we welcome you to join us to help shape Melbourne’s future.


In the Media:

Let’s Melbourne Again: Businesses unite in campaign to bring Victorians back to CBD | Herald Sun, Monday, 26 October 2020

6pm News | Channel Seven, Monday, 26 October 2020

Clemenger BBDO Melbourne’s CEO, Jim Gall spoke to 3AW’s Russel Howcroft and Ross Stevenson about the #letsmelbourneagain campaign | Listen Here


Information about membership and our Road to Recovery campaign please contact Clive Dwyer, Director of Engagement, cdwyer@melbourne.org.au.

For more information or media enquiries, please contact our Communications Events & Engagement Manager, Laura Kerr Melvin at lmelvin@melbourne.org.au or +61 434 107 949


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