Come meet Gilbert, Melbourne's first cat. The Tassie tabby belonged to Mary Gilbert, one of the first settlers to arrive on the Enterprize on 30 August 1835.
See Gilbert at the flag ceremony at Enterprize Park and the Docklands concert.
Hear Aboriginal painter and performer Stan Yarramunua. A Welcome to Country will be held by Auntie Di, elder of the Wurundjeri people.
Town Crier Brad Croft will be in full voice (and knickerbockers and bell-buckle shoes!) upholding order at the flag-raising at Enterprize Park.
The dynamic duo perform at the Melbourne Day Concert in the Docklands, and will afterwards meet and greet their fans.
The 35-piece band, under the musical direction of Lieutenant Cassandra Mohapp, performs at the flag-raising ceremony at Enterprize Park.
Is Flagstaff Gardens haunted? Learn the park's spoooooky history as a cemetary, signalling station and more on a free guided tour by Royal Historical Society of Victoria experts. If you dare!
The President and Vice-Chancellor of Monash University will deliver the Lord Mayor's Melbourne Day Oration. Presented by Melbourne Business Network, Melbourne Day Committee and Grossi Florentino.
A Blessing of the Fleet by much-loved priest Father Bob Maguire is part of the Melbourne Regatta on Victoria Harbour, Docklands (southern basin).
The 2015 Junior Lord Mayor (announced next week) succeeds Ebony Chiazor, above, and helps Lord Mayor Robert Doyle, above, with official duties.
Honk if you see Melbourne Day Committee chairman Campbell Walker and his 4WD "Melbourne Daymobile". You can't miss it.
Melbourne-made household names headline our free all-ages concert at Victoria Harbour, Docklands. The event will also be broadcast live on GOLD 104.3 FM.
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