July 2021 update


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3000 Plants – Neighbourhood Garden Club

We would like to invite you to our next 3000 Plants – Neighbourhood Garden Club. We are resuming face to face meetings from this event which will be held on Sunday, 11 July 2021 at 4pm at our regular place at Green Room in Baptist Place off Little Collins Street. The topic for the next event is propagation and hydroponic growing.

Bookings essential on gardenclub@residents3000.com.au

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Melbourne Residents Neighbourhood Garden Club
Residents 3000 Neighbourhood Garden Club

New sponsor – Donazzan Boutique Property

Residents 3000 Inc. are pleased to announce we have a new sponsor from 1 July 2021 – Donazzan Boutique Property. This bespoke firm specialises in unique and boutique property in Melbourne. The Donazzan team are trusted and respected individuals with decades of experience in the industry. Their consistent seamless outcomes speak volumes.

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Donazzan Boutique Property team: James Edmundson, Suzie Inglis, Will Caldwell, Gina Donazzan, Kim Davey

Time to join or renew your membership

The year has flown and it’s time to renew your membership with Residents3000. Visit our website here to renew by Paypal or Direct Debit. Alternatively you will be able to renew with cash at our next event on Thursday, 5th August 2021 at the Kelvin Club.

If you are a subscriber to our newsletter and you care about our beautiful city, perhaps you could join as a new member here. For annual membership fee of only $25 you get access to 10 catered events at the Kelvin Club plus our monthly gardening and walking events and lots of useful resident information on our website.   

As a premier residents’ group for Melbourne CBD, we have an important role to play in creating and maintaining a vibrant, ecologically sound city, where our diverse, multicultural population can live, work and prosper happily. Times may be unprecedented and this is more reason for the community to work together towards full economic recovery.