Name of the stall. stall number . Type of Stall . Product & Service

Anh Dao 73 Display intro website, service, product
Anna's Shop 102 Food Premium Twisted fried potatoes and sugar cane juice
Anny Puff (Ansamosa) 94 Food premium Drink and food
Asian Cuisine 28 Food Premium Stir fry + squid
Asian Cuisine 27 Food Premium Stir fry + squid + sugarcane
ASTCO NEWPAPER 134 Display Media
AVWA 17 Corporate Stall Sponsor
Bac Toan 37 Food standard Food Charity
Bac Toan 38 Food standard Food Charity
BANH KHOT VUNG TAU 100 Food Premium Vietnamese pancakes
BANH KHOT VUNG TAU 109 Food Premium Foods
Boba Tea 95 Food Premium
Central Equity Ltd 18 Corporate Stall Sponsor
Churros Ole Food Truck 47*1 Food Truck Spanish food truck desert
CITY OF YARRA 15 Corporate Stall Festival Partner
Co Thu Quan 71 Food Standard Dessert
Cultural Partners 133 Display New Childcare packages
DFAT 22 Corporate Stall Sponsor
Dippin' Dots Ice Cream 131 Trailer Ice cream
Doan Cai Luong 135 Display Performers
Doan Cai Luong 136 Display Performers
Đội Hậu Duệ QLVNCH 76 Display Collect Fund
Electrical store 14 Display Nil
Falunda 132 Display Falunda
Falunda 83 Display Performance
Feather Pink 86 Display Selling trendy home decor and kids craft
Fina's Vegetarian Cafe 59 Display Table and Chairs
Fisheries Victoria 11## Trailer Hive Shopping
Fitness First 25 Corporate Stall Display
Go Bebe World 124 Display Toys
GOLDEN DELIGHTS 110 Food Premium Dried Fried Beef Pork
Golden Poffertjes 1 Trailer Mini pancakes - poffertjes
Golden Poffertjes 2 Trailer Delicious homemade strawberry watermelon cooler
Guide Dogs Victoria 42 No Marquee Promotion
HARAJUKU Crepes On Wheels 103 Food Premium Japanese Crepes
Hoi Luong Tam (Bac Bay) 77 Display Charity
Hoi Tinh Thuong 74 Display Collect fund
Hong Vo 120 Display Hong Vo
Hoodle Street Auto Precinct 11# Car Display 6 Car Front Of Hive
Hoppa Pancake 91 Food standard pancakes and sweets
I LOVE PHO 60 Display Table and Chairs
Ikea Stage Seating Hub 11### No Marquee Sponsor
Karas acc 67 No Marquee Hats
Kerbside Kravings 47*1 Food Truck/Trailer Hot Jam and Hot Nutella Doughnuts, handmade on site. Other products we sell can include milk shakes and cold drinks etc.
Kim's Band Nha 4 Mua 75 Display performance
KIM'S FOUNDATION OF HOPE INC 41 Display Display Charity
Kim's Healthy Foods 113 Food Sugarcane Sugar Cane
Kim's Healthy Foods 99 Food Premium Food Sugarcane
Krunchy Fried Chicken 112 Food Premium Krunchy Fried Chicken
Kusina ni Lola 29 Food Premium FILIPINO DESSERT
LE RICE CAKE 10 Food Premium Stir fry + squid
LE RICE-CAKE 11 Food Premium Stir fry + squid
Living Positive Victoria 137 Charity ot-for-profit, NGO, Health Advocacy Organisation for People living with HIV
LUCKY BUBBLE 106 Food Premium SugarCane
LUCKY BUBBLE 105 Food Premium Fried Squid
LUCKY BUBBLE 104 Food Premium Fried Squid
Lyca Mobile 92 Food Standard
Max Fair P/L 128 Display toys and goods
Minh Tan 2 Restaurant 87 Food Standard Minh Tan II

Minh Tan 2 Restaurant 88 Food Standard Minh Tan II

Mizu Sushi 101 Food Premium

Mizu Sushi 117 Food Premium

OMAI 33 Food Premium Specialty Desert

Optus Richmond Victoria St 72 Corporate Stall Optus products

original korean twist potato 96 Food Premium Potato twisto

Otao kitchen 39 Food standard Squid

Otao kitchen 40 Food standard Squid

Otao Kitchen Fruit Craving 4 Display Demonstration Fruit Crafting

Performer Volunteer and Contractor Seating 13 Display Ni

Pho Dzung Tan Dinh 78 Pho Competition Pho Eating

Pho Dzung Tan Dinh 80 Pho Competition Pho Eating

Pho Dzung Tan Dinh 79 Pho Competition Pho Eating

Pho Dzung Tan Dinh 81 Pho Competition Pho Eating

Prisoners of Conscience Fund Inc 127 Charity Fund Raising

Psoriasis Australia Inc 130 Display Psoriasis Australia is a NFP providing community education on Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis, and support for those who suffer with all aspects of this disease.

Quan 88 Restaurant 126 Food Premium vegetarian meals

Quan 88 Restaurant 125 Food Premium vegetarian meals

Residents for Victoria Street Drug Solutions 12 Display promote safety and amenity for Victoria St

Rotary of Collingwood 19 Corporate Stall Sponsor

StudyLink Company 5 Display Advertising Education Agent

T&T Online Pty Ltd 6 Food Premium Food

Taiwan Wheel Pancakes 89 Food Standard taiwan & japan pancakes and milk shakes,drinks

Tapas Hermanos 93 Food Premium spanish fried chicken, spanish loaded fried, tapas tasting plate

Telstra 7 No Marquee Sponsor

Telstra 9 No Marquee Sponsor

Telstra 8 No Marquee Sponsor

Tess game 43 Display Toys

Tess game 44 Display Toys

THANH NGA NINE 107 Food Premium

Thanh Phong Restaurant 68 Food Standard Food

Thanh Phong Restaurant 69 Food Standard Food

Thanh phong Restaurant 70 Food Standard Toys

Thanh Tu Ao Dai 46 Display fashion (ao dai)

Thanh Tu Ao Dai 45 Display fashion (ao dai)

The Twilighters Band 3 Display Promotion music

THE-HE Vietnamese Language Centre 138 Charity FREE Lantern Making (children craft activity)

Thi Chien Dang Market 118 Food Premium food banana fritter

Thy Thy Restaurant 108 Food Premium Food

Tinh Thuong Foundation 129 Charity display for charity organisation

TOP JUICE 26 Food Premium Street Foods and Sugarcane

Tran Tran Restaurant 139 Food Premium Chairs and tables

Tran Tran Restaurant 140 Food Premium Chairs and tables

TRANG PHU 30 Food Premium twiste patato

TRANG PHU 31 Food Premium twiste patato

TRANG PHU 32 Food Premium twiste patato

TUAN M LE 114 Food Premium Beef in Betel Leaf

TUAN M LE 116 Food Premium SugarCane

TUAN M LE 115 Food Premium Vietnamese Pancake

TVB Australia 23 Media TV box

Twistto Pty Ltd 97 Food Premium

Victoria Cafe 143+ No Marquee Cafe Out Door Chair and table

VIET BUDDHIST YOUTH ASSOCIATION 77+ No Marquee Charity - Game and Drink

Vietnamese Australian Youth Association 84 Display NIL

Vietnamese Australian Youth Association 85 Display Nil

Vietnamese Community in Australia/Vic Chaper 20 Corporate Stall Non Sponsor

Viettimes 24 Media Newspaper

VSBA 16 Corporate Stall Festival Organiser

VVAA Education Team 141 Charity Vietnam Veterans

VVAA Education Team 142 Charity Vietnam Vetterans

Wrapped Pho 98 Food Premium cripsy wonton


Zero Lam 35 Food Premium 1. Takoyaki (octopus balls) and 2. Taiyaki

Zero Lam 36 Food Premium 1. Takoyaki (octopus balls) and 2. Taiyaki

Zero Lam 47 Food Premium Japanese food cooked freshly on-site: 1. Takoyaki (octopus balls) and 2. Taiyaki (sweet cake, shaped like a fish, with custard, chocolate or red bean inside)


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  • SATURDAY10pm Street closed. No vehicle access. 
  • SUNDAY 6am Bump in – stallholders’ vehicle access only. Please check out the map to see if you have cooler or other storage in the care carpark - entrance between 214 and 222 Victoria Street.
  • SUNDAY 9am No stall vehicle access on Victoria street. The traffic management officers will clear all vehicle so plan ahead to have plenty of time to unload goods.
  • SUNDAY 11am Festival launch + trading 11AM-10PM 
  • SUNDAY 10PM Festival Close + You can start to leave

Festival Contact 
  • To book stall please call/sms Eddie 0422 127 399 or Ha 0408 217 899
  • Email 
  • Registration form can be picked up from Meca Ho at Thanh Phong Restaurant 7/240 Victoria St, Richmond VIC 3121
  • Police, St John and Electrician located in front of Minh Phat super market and Saigon village (Hive Shopping Centre)
On the day inclusions
  • Pho Competition $1K Prize  
  • Street Food Selection 60+ 
  • Rides and Games 45+
  • Stages with Great Entertainment 
  • Local  Performers and Viet-American Pop Singers 
  • Lion Dance, Street Parade, Fire Crackers
Program details will be release early next year 2019. 

How to get to the festival?

Public Transport

  • We encourage you to travel on public transport. Please check with Public Transport Victoria ( or 1800 800 007) for train and tram timetables.
  • The festival is accessible via train to North Richmond Station and/or tram; route 109 (Box Hill to Port Melbourne) and route 12 (St Kilda to Victoria Gardens) go along Victoria Street . Route 78 (Prahran to Richmond) stops at the corner of Church and Victoria Streets. Please note there will be bus replacement for trams from Hoddle street and Church Street.

Car Parking

  • There is limited street parking available during the day on Victoria and surrounding streets, but most have a 1-2 hour parking limit. Sunday is free in some places. Please check the sign. Parking can also be limited depending on the day and time, so plan carefully.
  • Alternatively, you can park your vehicle in Victoria Gardens Shopping Centre and Hive Shopping Center where 2 hours and more parking is available at reasonable rates. 


  • Bicycles can be securely locked along the street. Please take care of your valuable and bike.

Enter and Exit the festival

  • Your will need your stall holder receipt and display at the Hoddle Street Gateway to enter Victoria street
  • Please note bump in time is at 6am-9.00am and bump out time when visitors are clear out about 11pm
  • Please note your stall number below here - they will ask you to FILL in a form if you are cooking with gas - you will need fire prevention 
  • The festival staff will screen and get you a Green Exit Card or Red Exit Card. 
  • The Green Card will have to exit at Nicholson street and Red Exit Card will exit at Church Street
  • Security and volunteers will help you with the stalls. 
Site Map to be released on Induction Day

If you want a copy of site map, please come to Induction Day.

Stallholder Induction

Introduction and Welcome

COY Food Safety Officer

  • Public Health requirements (food safety) 
  • Food handling requirements
  • Hand washing facilities
  • Stall checks during the festival

Richmond Police – Stallholders Safety

  • Safety procedures recommendations
  • Cash handling and storage 
  • Reporting an incident

City of Yarra Event Officers

  • Wash station - Organic waste 
  • Waste Management overview/requirements 
  • General waste

Frank Martinuzzo 

  • Safety and Health 
  • Risk and Safety Management at Lunar - Bump in and out 
  • Stall set up (allocated area/space)
  • Food stall safety (hot surfaces, fire extinguishers/blankets, etc.) - Wardens
  • Reporting an incident or concern

Stallholder check list

Please ensure that you remember to check you have:

  •   All Electrical equipment and leads tested and tagged. To be within date or removed from power source. This also includes and BRAND NEW equipment
  •  Safety valves, rubber O rings and hoses supplying LPG gas cylinders must be in good, compliant condition.           
  •    Non-drip boxes for cool-room food storage
  •    Menu signage for your food item (if you require)
  •    Food thermometer to record stored and cooked foods
  •    Sneeze guards in front of stalls displaying or cooking foods
  •    Heat shields to prevent damage or fire on neighbouring equipment
  •    Table cloths for bench-tops (per food stall requirements)
  •    Fire Extinguisher to be no smaller than a 4.5 kg Dry Powdered ABE type tested and tagged serviceable
  •    Fire Blanket accessible and hanging to allow bottom pull cords to be used
  •    Exhaust Fans where BBQ, Charcoal grills and cooking methods create heavy smoke emissions
  •    Spill tray to position underneath cooking appliances such as BBQ’s, Oil fryers, etc.

Frequent Asked Questions?

How to book the stall?

  • Book the stall by sending us an online form our website
  • We will use the FIRST IN FIRST SERVE system so book in now to get your best spot.
  • Every stallholders must have your current public liability insurance to cover yourself and business. Please send a copy to our
  • Food and drink stallholders are required to have current Street trader permit and you can only apply online here
  • Requirements for street trader CLICK HERE 

How can I pay for the stall fees?

  • There are few options for you to pay your stall fees
  • Bank transfer Bank of Melbourne BSB 193-879 ACC 487 821 846 to our Victoria Street Business Association account
  • Credit card payment on our website 
  • Please bring your cash and cheque when we have stallholders meeting and induction day.

Can I change the allocated stall number?

  • No, Once the stallholder receives their allocated position you must remain in that location. No relocations are permitted at this festival.

Electrical Safety?

  • Each stall might have a total electrical power supply limit of 15 AMPS per single 3mx3m marquee. Please speak directly to Claudio Paredes 0409 709 725 for specific requirement. We are not liable for your equipment if you have trouble with electricity.  No equipment requiring more power amperage than 15 AMPs can be used on site. Please ensure that all electrical equipment has Residual Circuit Devices or safety switches to reduce faulty equipment affecting other stall users on site.
  • Every appliance brought onsite MUST be tested and tagged to Australian Standards before the event. Please do it before hand or you can contact the electrician above for tagging.
  • Each stall’s appliance will be plugged into the distribution switchbox by organisers electricians. Please do not plug in any electrical equipment into these temporary switchboxes under any circumstances. 
  • If your stall total exceeds the 15 AMP limit, your power will automatically be cut off. 

Food Handling & Hygiene for Food Stalls?

  • There will be regular food hygiene audits and food checks of food vendor stalls throughout the festival.
  • Waste including organic waste, cooking oil and dirty water must be disposed of in the provided disposal units, appropriate to waste type.
  • Stallholders must have cleaning facilities in their stall and all food handling practices MUST comply with the Department Of Human Services regulations.
  • Hot water must be used for dish washing (bring a kettle if necessary).

Fire Precautions?

  • Every cooking stall MUST have a 4.5 kg ABE Dry Chemical Fire Extinguisher and a Fire Blanket within the stall at all times.
  • All hotplates and hot surfaces must be kept at least 500 mm away from the marquee walls and 1 metre away from the marquee roof or electrical generators.
  • All flames must be enclosed and away from any flammable materials or people.
  • NO SMOKING inside or around the cooking stalls
  • Remove and dispose of combustible waste in and around your stall.

Security & Safety?

  • Event security will be present at the event at all times to ensure the safety of patrons, staff and our partners, if you see anything suspicious, please do not hesitate to inform security.
  • If you have any safety concerns please call the Event Control Centre on 0403 321 669. Please ensure that you remain alert to the potential theft of stock, property and cash whilst you are in this open public area. Although Security and Victoria Police patrol the event site, you are the person responsible for securing your property within your stall. Never count money in public areas or view of passing patrons.
  • In the unlikely event that an emergency situation occurs, instruct your staff on how to shut down the stall and evacuate the area to safety.
  • Shut down would include turning off cooking equipment, stop serving patrons temporarily, collection or securing of monies and following the instructions of safety wardens, security and festival staff.

Occupational Health & Safety?

  • The Stallholder acknowledges that it is responsible for the safety of its employees, contractors and other individuals attending the Event and agrees to comply with all policies or directions issued by VSBA Risk and Safety Managers or it organisation representatives. 
  • The Stallholder must notify VSBA or its nominated representatives immediately of any safety concerns via 0403 321 669.

Food Handling Permit Information?

  • All stallholders working on the event must obtain a Food Street Trader Permit online
  • Please check the cut-off date for City of Yarra Council Food Handling Permits.
  • To obtain a Food handling permit please
  • If you do not have a Streatrader account please register for one and submit a statement of trade for the Victoria Street Lunar Festival Event, if you have already registered continue to lodge a statement.
  • Registrations for the food handling permit must be paid before the event.
  • Any applicants without a valid food handler’s permit will not be permitted to take part in the festival.

The Stallholder MUST do?

  • Please ensure that the physical appearance and presentation of its personnel is of professional standard, clean and neat.
  • Offer visitors the highest standards of Service, Courtesy, Efficiency and Visual appeal so as to enhance the Stallholder’s products.
  • Ensure that its display remains within the Space at all times.
  • Always keep space and the area around it clean and tidy.
  • Place all waste and rubbish in proper containers and arrange for its regular removal from the space (unsightly cardboard boxes, rubbish and serve stocks must at all times be completely hidden from public view).

Stall Locations?

  • We will have colour code stall location based on the area. You are required to book your stall.  No stalls are permitted to change their location as we have over 100 stalls to deal with. We do “first in first serve” so you only can check on our website to see what is sold. Please note, we may update the map for festival operation and safety so your stall might change.

Force Majeure

  • For the purpose of this clause, ‘Force Majeure’ means an event or circumstance beyond the reasonable control of a party, including acts of rain, wind, God, war, hail, fire, explosion, civil disobedience, legislation not in force at the date.

Traffic and Public Transport  

  • Road closures and associated signage will be in place so please check the time on our website.
  • See the Traffic Management Plan for details.
  • Public parking will be available in the two car parks located at Hive shopping centre on Nicholson Street as well as appropriately marked car spaces in surrounding streets.
  • The bus and tram stops along Victoria Streets will be redirected on the day and managed by Yarra Trams.The bus and tram stops will not be operational on the day of the event, and buses will divert around Victoria Street from 3.30 am on Sunday until 4.30 am on the Sunday January 2017

Bumping In and Out of the Site

  • All vehicles must enter the event site via Hoddle Street end of Victoria Street and park on Left side of the street.
  • Unload all equipment immediately and exit the Victoria Street via Nicholson Street (Green Pass) or Church Street (Red Pass) and to an approved car park.
  • All persons must wear high visibility vests, fully enclosed appropriate footwear, have completed their Safety Induction and carry their induction card, and any other licences to operate equipment or conduct works which are required by law.
  • Vehicles onsite during the bump in/out must use hazard lights whilst moving onsite and not exceed 10 kph.
  • All children less than 15 years of age are not permitted onsite during this period without the approval of VSBA.
  • Always beware of pedestrians, vehicles and machinery whilst on site.

Security Onsite 

  • Security patrols monitor the street however it is important that all tools, equipment and personal property are properly secured as VSBA accepts no responsibility for damage or theft.
  • When instances of theft occur they must be reported to the Event Management Centre immediately 

Terms of Contract

  1.          For the purpose of this contract, the term Association refers to Victoria Street Business Association or VSBA.  Stall holder refers to traders or stallholder on the festival day.
  2.          The Association agrees to provide the stall holder with the agreed inclusions as outlined as in the proposal. Any additional requirements will be at the Stall Holder’s expense. 

  3.          The Stall holder agrees to abide by all rules and regulations adopted by the Association in the best interests of the festival and agree that Association shall have the final decision in adopting any rule or regulation deemed necessary prior to, during or after the Lunar Festival.
  4.          The Stall holder agrees to abide by the payment schedule as outlined by the Association.
  5.         The Stall holder will be liable for and will indemnify and hold the Association  harmless from any loss or damages whatever directly or indirectly occurring to or suffered by any person or company, including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, the Stall holder, other Stall holders and members of the public attending the Lunar Festival, either on the said space or elsewhere if said loss or damage arose from or was in any way directly or indirectly connected with the Stall holder’s occupancy of the said space.
  6.          The Association reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to change the date or dates upon which the Lunar Festival is to be held and shall not be liable in damages or otherwise by reason of any such change. In addition, Association shall not be liable in damages or otherwise for failure to carry out the terms of the Agreement in whole or in any part where caused directly or indirectly by or in consequence of fire, flood, storm, war, rebellion, insurrection, riot, strike or any cause whatever beyond the control of Association whether similar or dissimilar from the causes enumerated herein. In the event that the exhibit space to be used by the Stall holder should be in any way rendered unusable, this contract shall not be binding.
  7.          The contract may be cancelled by either party provided written notice is received 180 days prior to the first day of the Lunar Festival, contracts cancelled after this date will be liable for 100% of the total contracted cost. Space abandoned or not occupied at the start of the Lunar Festival may be repossessed without indemnity and reassigned by the Association for exhibits and other uses.
  8.         The Association reserves the right to alter or change the space assigned to the Stall holder, and the Lunar Festival site plan.
  9.          The Association reserves the right to alter or remove exhibits or part thereof and to expel Stall holders or their personnel if, in Association ’s opinion, their conduct or presentation is objectionable to other Lunar Festival participants.
  10. The Stall holder agrees to confine their presentation within the contracted space only and to maintain staff in the Lunar Festival space during Lunar Festival hours.
  11. The Stall holder agrees that any contract with the Press on Lunar Festival premises shall be by arrangement with the Association officials.
  12. The Stall holder is responsible for the placement and cost of insurance related to his/her participation in the Lunar Festival.
  13. The Stall holder agrees to observe all union contracts and labour relations in force, agreements between the Association, official contractors serving companies and the building in which the Lunar Festival will take place and according to the labour laws of the jurisdiction in which the building is located.
  14. The Stall holder agrees that no display may be dismantled or goods removed during the entire run of the Lunar Festival, but must remain intact until the closing hour of the last day of the Lunar Festival. The Stall holder also agrees to be entirely responsible for the moving-in, assembly, maintenance, disassembly and removal of the exhibit, equipment and belongings to and from the Lunar Festival building, or in the event of failure to do so, the Stall holder agrees to pay for such additional costs as may be incurred.
  15. The Stall holder agrees not to cause any damage to the walls, floors and ceilings in connection with the erection of the Lunar Festival stand or the utilisation of the exhibited or display of products.
  16. Every precaution will be made to prevent losses due to pilfering, but the Association will not accept liability for loses of any kind. Stall holders with special security needs should contact the Association.
  17. The Stall holder agrees to obtain any necessary permits or approvals required from any Federal, State or Local Government for the display and sales of their products.
  18. All Stall holder invoices and additional costs such as Stall holder catering will be paid according to the invoice payment terms.
  19. The Stall holder agrees to facilitate Bank transfer for any outstanding amounts should they not be made prior to commencement of the event.
  20. The Association reserves the right to refuse entry to an Stall holder if outstanding payment obligations have not been met by the Stall holder in full prior to the event.
  21. Payment to be made within 14 days of receipt of invoice to confirm the site. 

Stall Price List 
- 10% discount will apply for any completed registration and payment by 30th November 2018 -

STANDARD STALL X    2  6M X 3M $700.00
  • Display 
  • Charity 
  • Goods 
  • Food and drinks
  • Promotion (small businesses) 
  • Community clubs.

PREMIUM STALL - located in central area  3M X 3M $1100.00
PREMIUM STALL - located in central area   X   2 6M X 3M $1800.00 (no discount applied)
  • Food and drinks
  • Goods and merchandise
  • Promotion - Major sponsors - Display

FOOD VAN / TRAILER / FOOD TRUCK - please contact Eddie 0422 127 399 for pricing and arrangement

*Sugarcane licences are limited to 10 stalls only. Price for each sugar cane licence is $300 per stall.

Xin Chao ~ Hello

The Victoria Street Lunar Festival has become one of the most popular and recognised Lunar New Year celebrations in Victoria, drawing people from all over Melbourne. The festival is a wonderful opportunity for Victoria Street to treat the community to a vibrant, colourful and culturally rich experience. Thank you for joining the festival and have a great one!

Key timeline

30 OCT 2017 MONDAY 5.30-7.30pm Stallholders’ meeting for registration. Victoria street traders’ priority for food stall in front of their shops. To confirm your site, $250 per business is payable and the balance is due 4 weeks before the festival. Please register your street trader ASAP and get your liability insurance as you might not get in the festival.
27 NOV 2017 MONDAY 5.30-7.30pm All Stallholders Meet up for registration.
16 JAN 2018 TUESDAY 6-9pm Stallholders’ meeting at Richmond Townhall 333 Bridge Rd. No food permit will be granted after this date from the City of Yarra. This is important induction meeting with the police, health department, waste, risk control and VSBA officers as your application may not be granted if you have no show for the day. If you want to pay by Cheque and Cash, you can do it today. If you cannot make this meeting, please send a representative along with questions.

Victoria Street Richmond

Proudly present to you by
Victoria Street Business Association Inc. 

REGO NUMBER A0091177Z  | ABN 15 751 675 254
Payment and Donation Bank of Melbourne BSB 193-879 ACC 487 821 846 


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