|We need your help! If you are a Melburnian, or an expat, or you have some knowledge or insight about the city, you can:
Visit the Australian Wikipedians' notice board for collaboration on Australian articles in general.
This is a list of recently created Melbourne-related articles. Please add new additions to the top of the list.
- Murder of Eurydice Dixon 21/01/2019
- Greensborough Bypass Trail 22 January 2017
- Samantha Ratnam 27 September 2016
- MoreArt 27 September 2016
- Premier Tower 21 May 2015
- 171 La Trobe Street 15 May
- Liberty Tower (Melbourne) 13 May 2015
- 222 Exhibition Street (TAC House) 13 May 2015
- Upper House, Melbourne 10 May 2015
- Adelphi Hotel, Melbourne 30 April 2015
- Geoff Harris 21 April 2015
- 380 Lonsdale Street 15 March 2015
- Light House Melbourne 14 March 2015
- 250 Spencer Street 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- 568 Collins Street 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- All Star Comics Melbourne 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Arthur Snowden 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Aurora Melbourne Central 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Burwood Cemetery 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- George Mercer (merchant) 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Melbourne Centennial Exhibition 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Victoria One 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Voice for the West 03:56, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Brighton Southern Cross 03:33, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- William Keast (Victorian politician) 03:33, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- BetEasy 03:33, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- Julian P McMahon 03:33, 14 February 2015 (UTC)
- 250 Spencer Street 28 January 2015
- 568 Collins Street 26 January 2015
Things to do
|Here are some WikiProject Melbourne articles which attract a high number of "page hits" but are only rated as Stub Class:
||Derrimut, South Wharf, Menzies Creek, Monbulk, Kilsyth, Save Our State (Australia)
||101 Collins Street, 120 Collins Street, Bourke Place, Hamer Hall, Melbourne Mint
||Melbourne International Festival of Brass, Melbourne Underground Film Festival, Great Bookie Robbery, Extreme weather events in Melbourne
||Fawkner Blues, Sunshine George Cross FC, Hume City FC
||Little Bourke Street, Hardware Lane, Hosier Lane
||Alannah Hill, Karmein Chan, Meek (street artist), Vexta
||Eltham High School, Glen Eira Town Hall, Honoured Society, Boxing Day Test
||Bob Jane Stadium, Lexus Centre
||Collins St., 5 pm, Yarra Valley, Coops Shot Tower, Melbourne Talk Radio, Academic dress of University of Melbourne, Sound Relief, Melbourne University Publishing, The Herald and Weekly Times, Melbourne Metro
|Edit or discuss this list.
Cleanup listings contains all articles, with talk pages in Category:WikiProject Melbourne articles, which have been flagged for cleanup.
All users are welcome to help in editing or fixing any page on these lists. Please remember to take the appropriate tag(s) off the page when you have completed cleaning an article. Also, document what you have done, on the article's talk page, for the reference of other editors.
Here are some of the Clean up listing categories:
See: Category:Wikipedia requested photographs in Melbourne
Adopt an article
Similar to the Wikipedia:Australian Collaboration of the Fortnight, but on a smaller scale, you might want to "adopt" an article. This would involve doing the research, writing, and picture-taking (if possible) for either a non-existent article or a stub. Of course, everyone else can still edit an adopted article, and you can work on other things too, but the idea is to find a focus for a while, to try and build up the number of quality articles the Project has produced.
- Williamstown, Victoria - Craig Rowley
- Prahran, Victoria - Biatch
- Windsor, Victoria - Biatch
- South Yarra, Victoria - Biatch
- St Kilda, Victoria - Biatch
- St Kilda East, Victoria - Biatch
- Albert Park, Victoria - Biatch
- Middle Park, Victoria - Biatch
- Maribyrnong, Victoria - Chris
- Ascot Vale, Victoria - Chris
- South Melbourne, Victoria - Biatch
- Malvern, Victoria - Biatch
- Carlton, Victoria - Biatch
- Southbank, Victoria - Biatch
In the beginning
A few Wikipedians have got together to make some suggestions about how we might organise data in articles about Melbourne. These are only suggestions, things to give you focus and to get you going, and you shouldn't feel obligated in the least to follow them. But if you don't know what to write or where to begin, following the below guidelines may be helpful. Mainly, we just want you to write articles!'
The areas covered by this project are listed below. Each area has its own page for the discussion and formulation of guidelines and conventions, as well as for listing examples of the best articles. If a page does not yet exist for a particular area, feel free to create it and propose how that part of the Project might be organised.
Note that progress and the number of articles is estimated and shown as a guide only.
Updated 15 March 2011
Updated 15 March 2011
In 1994 reforms and amalgamations to the Local Government structure in Victoria resulted in 210 councils being reduced to the current 79. This means that a number of present day councils areas having more than one Town Hall.
List of town halls in Melbourne
Article List:Town halls in Melbourne
Town Halls in Melbourne
Updated 15 March 2011
Buildings and Institutions
Updated 30 March 2011
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For a comprehensive list of category topics see Wikipedia:Melbourne-related categories.
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