Junior Lord Mayor Competition 2015
Be the little big boss of Melbourne
Details will be officially announced in June but you can pre-register your interest by emailing
We're proud to announce 13CABS
as our official 2015 Junior Lord Mayor Competition partner.
The competition is free and open to students in grades five to seven. Teachers can get students to enter as a classroom activity while learning about Melbourne history. It fits within Australian History AusVELS education requirements.
Reigning Junior Lord Mayor Ebony Chiazor, from Stella Maris Primary School, Point Cook, helped Lord Mayor Robert Doyle perform official duties, appeared in the Moomba Parade, raised the Melbourne flag on Melbourne Day, got interviewed by the media, visited the Royal Melbourne Show as a VIP, and more!
Pictured above: Lord Mayor Robert Doyle and Melbourne Day chairman Campbell Walker in the historic Melbourne Town Hall council chamber with 2014 Junior Lord Mayor finalists: William Long, Mill Park Heights Primary School, Mill Park; Sachi Debski, St Mary's Primary School, Ascot Vale; Ebony Chiazor
(centre), Stella Maris Primary School, Point Cook; Jacob Browne, Our Holy Redeemer Primary School, Surrey Hills; Alexandra Lekkis, Penleigh & Essendon Grammar School, Essendon.