City of Melbourne launches $8.4M initiative to support hospitality

City of Melbourne

In partnership with the Victorian Government, the City of Melbourne has launched a new ‘Melbourne Money’ dining initiative as the state emerges from a two-week lockdown.

Beginning from 11 June, the initiative allows diners who spend between $50 to $500, (including GST) at a venue in the City of Melbourne, to claim back a 20 per cent rebate on the total food and drink bill.

The rebate will be provided by the nominated Australian bank account within five days of the claim being approved.

Aimed at supporting Victoria’s hospitality sector, the initiative will work on a first-in-first-serve basis until the funds are exhausted.

This rebate is available across the entire municipality, including Southbank, Chinatown, Lygon Street, Docklands, North Melbourne, and Kensington. This includes hospitality venues in sporting, art, and theatre venues.

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