North and West Melbourne Association
North and West Melbourne Association1 month ago
$50 off your power bills...started July 1
2 months ago
I know that pedestrian safety and timings of traffic lights for pedestrians was talked about in the last NWMA meeting. So some of you might be interested in this article...
North and West Melbourne Association
North and West Melbourne Association shared North & West Melbourne Precinct's post.6 months ago
Do you have a passion for events, PR and marketing and love to see small businesses thrive? North Melbourne is looking for a Coordinator 1-2 days per week who can engage with businesses on behalf of the local traders association, to drive membership, provide administrative support and manage the website and social media channels. We have an exciting calendar of networking and community events coming up throughout 2018 which you will be instrumental is organising, with the support of a dedicated Committee and local professionals who are trying to drive change and revitalise the area. If you’re local to North or West Melbourne that’s fantastic, but a passion for networking and ability to promote the hidden gems in this community will be more valuable. $26-$30 per hour depending on experience. You will need to have an ABN as this is a contract role until 31 July with a possible extension available. Check out www.northwestmelbourne.com.au for more info on what we do!
Email your EOI and resume to northwestmelbourneprecinct@gmail.com
North and West Melbourne Association
North and West Melbourne Association shared What's On Melbourne's post.6 months ago
One of the busiest months in Melbourne is almost here! Here is what you can do for free - there is a LOT!
North and West Melbourne Association
North and West Melbourne Association shared a link.6 months ago
We've developed a new West Melbourne Structure Plan, endorsed by the Future Melbourne Committee.
North and West Melbourne Association
North and West Melbourne Association shared City of Melbourne's post.6 months ago
Do you remember this? 35 years ago today on February 8th, 1983, a massive reddish-brown cloud advanced on Melbourne.

The dust storm hit the city around 3pm, dropping the temperatures dramatically, whilst wind squalls uprooted trees and unroofed houses. Visibility dropped to around 100m as the storm dumped approximately 1,000 tonnes of topsoil on the city.

Credit: Australia Bureau of Meteorology/Photographer: Trevor Farrar