• 2019 FESTIVAL… 23rd March

    10am – 4pm
    Red Earth Park &
    Mooroolbark Community Centre

    Departs 10am
    From Station St, along Brice Ave to
    Red Earth Park

    [Below Image: Ghawazee Belly Dancers at Celebrate Mooroolbark 2010]

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Celebrate Mooroolbark provides a unique opportunity to local businesses and organisations to publicise their enterprises at Mooroolbark’s growing annual family festival.

The 2018 Festival will take place at 7.30pm Friday 23rd March and between 10am and 4pm on Saturday 24 March.

We are pleased that many of our Premier, Major and Significant sponsors have continued on as sponsors since Celebrate Mooroolbark’s inception in 2002. Not only that, but some have asked how they might be additionally helpful – such is the perception that the Celebrate Mooroolbark festival provides a unique opportunity for promotion in the region. We are grateful, too, that our sponsors share our underlying philosophy of providing a low-cost festival that will provide an opportunity to celebrate our life together and to enhance our community networks.

If you’d like to join our team of sponsors, please contact our Sponsorship Coordinator, Cathy Grbac at cathy@celebratemooroolbark.com



Celebrate Mooroolbark festival would not be possible if it was not for the support of our wonderful sponsors. For more information please click on their names to be taken to their individual websites.

Premier Sponsor

Yarra Ranges Council

Although our heritage generally reflects the history of European settlement from the early 1830’s, there are also tangible elements that connect us with the lives of the Bunurrong and Wawurrong people and the traditional Wurundjeri-Balluk territory.

We aim to promote, understand and conserve the built and cultural heritage of the Yarra Ranges. There are 280 places of cultural significance in the area and another 1,000 have been nominated to be protected under the planning scheme.

Major Sponsors

Mooroolbark Community Bank Branch Bendigo Bank

Bendigo Bank believes successful customers and successful communities create a successful bank – in that order. As Bendigo Bank works to provide banking products and services for its customers, they consider the bigger picture.

Lions Club of Mooroolbark

Lions Clubs are part of community life, in the cities and in the country. Clubs are easily identified by their distinctive Lions logo, the trademark of our International Association and the ‘We Serve’ motto.

Living Today in Mooroolbark

The Living Today magazine is published quarterly as a community service by the Mooroolbark Christian Fellowship. The mission of the magazine is to contribute to, and to help foster a growing community spirit within our neighbourhood.

Professionals Real Estate, Mooroolbark

Methven is led by Directors Geoff and Greg Earney who are passionate leaders focused on providing the best real estate service to their clients.

Significant Sponsors

Ross Mackay Creative

Ross MacKay has been designing for the Melbourne business community since 2003. Our creative offering includes graphic design, branding, copywriting, editing and proof-reading. We have partners who take care of photography, illustration and web/app development which truly makes Ross MacKay Creative a hub for everything creative.

APM Employment Services

As Australia’s largest provider of Disability Employment Services we help people find and keep a job, and support them to deal with challenges to employment such as injury, illness or disability. We also work with local and national businesses to recruit and retain a diverse and valuable workforce.

Mooroolbark Traders & Community Group

Mooroolbark is nestled in the valley of Brushy Creek, approximately 30 kilometres east of Melbourne. With parklands and playgrounds bordering the central shopping area, along with the local community centre and library, Mooroolbark town centre has a real sense of a bustling community hub.

Mooroolbark Traders & Community Group provides a unified voice for our local traders and community.

Friends of Celebrate Mooroolbark

The Boutique Hire Company
Disabled People’s Group
Gymbaroo Mooroolbark
Harvey Norman Springvale
Kilsyth Community Action Group Labor James Merlino MP
Local Liberal MPs Tony SmithChristine Fyffe & David Hodgett
Mooroolbark Traders & Community Group
The Humbucker Social Club
Wot A Kebab Mooroolbark
Yarra Valley Lawyers

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