Volunteers to walk in Moomba Parade

Volunteers and their families are invited to participate in this year’s Moomba Parade on Monday 9 March in Melbourne’s CBD.

Volunteers to walk in Moomba Parade

The parade is held each year as part of Melbourne’s much-loved Moomba Festival, a four-day community event run by the City of Melbourne over the March long weekend.

The parade features dance troupes, community groups as well as the larger-than-life floats. More than 80,000 people attend the parade each year.

Volunteers can walk as individuals, with other members of their brigade or alongside their families.

The walking route is approximately one kilometre, starting at the Shrine of Remembrance in Birdwood Avenue and finishing at Linlithgow Ave.

Parade details

Date: Monday, 9 March 2020

Time: 11am start. Participants will need to be at the CFA meeting point at 9.30am

Route: 1km walk from Shrine of Remembrance in Birdwood Avenue to Linlithgow Ave

How to nominate

Click here to complete the nomination form

Nominations close Wednesday 26 February. There is no limit on participants.

Participants will be provided with food vouchers and ride passes and are invited to enjoy the Moomba Festival main site, located at the end of the parade route.

This area includes food trucks, carnival rides, live entertainment, activities and games.

Volunteers will be contacted with more details including the meeting point once nominations close.

Photos courtesy: City of Melbourne

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