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Chamber Update - May 2019

30 Apr 2019

Run for the Kids

It’s come and gone but the organisers, participants and spectators all loved the Herald Sun Run for the Kids coming to Docklands.

It’s here to stay now with possibly the best feedback coming from all the runners with both the 4km and 12km participants being able to run over the Bolte Bridge.

Charity breakfast

Speaking of the Run for the Kids, we hosted a charity breakfast for the Good Friday Appeal and raised well in excess of $5000. This is the first time the chamber has actively hosted a charity event and we were very pleased with the turnout and the funds raised. Steve Moneghetti was the special guest for the morning.

Firelight Festival news

We can’t yet release the special entertainment planned for the Firelight Festival, but this year there will be a new attraction along Harbour Esplanade – longer and more regular shows with a very special theme will occur right along the esplanade.

Keep track of the coming events on our social pages such as our Facebook – Visit Docklands Melbourne.

Speaking of our social pages, one recent post for a member business went ballistic. Over 5000 comments were generated on a single post with in excess of 3000 clicks through to their booking page. You have to be a member to take advantage of our pages so head to either of our websites – docklandscc.com.au or visitdocklands.com.au

The Docklands chamber executive

The chamber is a not-for-profit entity supported annually by the City of Melbourne.

We’ve just happily submitted our acquittal of public funds for the previous year and our application for 2019/2020. We do this annually to promote Docklands.

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