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The Melbourne Pasifika Festival is hosted by WFWP and organised by the Melbourne Pasifika Festival committee, made up of WFWP volunteers, Pasifika community leaders, and volunteers.


Hosting events such as the Melbourne Pasifika Festival enables WFWP to raise funds for WFWP Global Development and Aid projects throughout the Pacific Islands. - Click their logo to read more.



An inclusive, flourishing, progressive city that cares for both its residents and its environment; having the values of respect, courage and integrity. As the closest level of government to the community, Council responds to and advocates for community challenges and needs.

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People from all over the world have made Victoria their home. The VMCV brings Victorians together to celebrate and preserve our diverse cultures, and to promote inclusion and belonging.
Melbourne Pasifika Festival and WFWP Oceania are proud to be in partnership with VMCV.


Greater Western Water provides services from Melbourne's CBD, inner and north west suburbs through the Melton and Sunbury growth corridors to Bacchus Marsh and the Macedon Ranges.

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Miss Samoa Victoria works in partnerships with the families, community organisations and Samoan businesses to ensure we conduct business with honor and non-corruption.

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The United Pasifika Council of Victoria is the main partner for the Melbourne Pasifika Festival. Founded with the aim to help advocate for government support and to have a louder voice for the Pacific Island community in Victoria, UPCOV works towards uniting the Pacific Island nations and Australia together.

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Biggin & Scott was established in Chapel Street during the 1890 and is experienced in all aspects of real estate. 

Biggin & Scott supports the Festival with three billboards on display throughout Maribyrnong.