Each year the Association relies on the participation of volunteers to parade the Dragon. For males, there are positions for Dragon Legs, Head and Tail Carriers (strong guys!), Weapon and Banner Carriers. For females, there are Lanterns and Animals to carry.
Date: Sunday, 10 February 2019
Time - Participant uniforms and positions: 8:45am
Time - Dragon Parade start: 11:30am
Male Participants to change into uniforms at the Level 3, Chinese Museum in Cohen Place, Must be changed and assigned position by 9.15 a.m. for the Chinese New Year Parade and changed.
Female Participants to change on Level 2 at the Chinese Museum in Cohen Place.
After the Chinese New Year Parade and your lunch, do stay back and participate in the various fun competitions that we have organised, e.g., Pork Dumpling, Pork Hock & Lup Cheong Eating Competitions, Pig In The Blanket, Races, etc... For more information on Chinese New Year events visit: melbournechinesenewyear.com
Due to the Association being required to have "a duty of care" to its participants, it restricts the participation to:
The Association reserve the right to refuse participation, if the Committee's Representatives, in their judgement, deem any applicant unsuitable to participate.
Uniforms will be issued to all participants (except footwear). Please come wearing white runners.
Lunch will be provided free of charge to participants only after the parade.
Should your partners, children, parents or friends wish to join you in the meal, a charge of $15 is payable.
To be a part of the Dragon Parade, contact us with your name, age and address.