#OurCityOurSquare Flagship Store
Show your support for Federation Square with a purchase from the #OurCityOurSquare Flagship Store. Get t-shirts, hoodies, totes, caps or donate. Every purchase supports our campaign.
Free pickup in Melbourne. Flat rate $9.50 shipping or Free shipping on orders over $59 in Australia.* Overseas? No worries! International flat rate $15 shipping available. Volunteers process orders. Pickup 3-9 days. Shipping 5-13 days.
*Free shipping excludes Donate and Bring Your Own.
Our printed merchandise require a little love and care to keep them looking their best. Make sure to machine wash cold with like colours, do not bleach, line dry in shade, do not tumble dry, do not iron, do not dry clean. But, most important, do make sure to wear and carry our merchandise often!
Choosing the right design, colour and size is key to looking great in our merchandise! As each item is prepared specifically for your order, we cannot offer an exchange or refund if you change your mind. Need help with ordering? We can assist! Always guarantee a perfect fit with our Bring Your Own option. Have we made a mistake with your order? If so, sorry, please let us know, we want to set things right.
Have a question about an item or order? Please get in touch at the contact below.
Who we are
Citizens for Melbourne is an independent volunteer association of passionate people advocating for quality public spaces in our city and suburbs. Our aim is to connect people and organisations aligned with this goal. We believe that any change to the public spaces of our city must be transparent, follow democratic processes and deliver broad public benefits.
Citizens for Melbourne Inc. is a registered fundraiser under the Fundraising Act 1998 (Victoria): FR-000014683, until 3 March 2021. Citizens for Melbourne Inc. is incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Reform Act 2012 (Victoria): A0101882K. ABN: 82 145 036 412. Prices are in Australian Dollars and do not include GST. Donations are not tax deductible.
Photo of Yarra Building in Federation Square by John Jovic.