Australian Hospitality Relief Fund

Byron for Melbourne is for anyone who works in, or is connected to the hospitality industry in Australia. Let’s join forces as a region to help those affected by the COVID restrictions in Melbourne.


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Restaurants, bars and cafes across Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers are joining forces with an initiative which spans over various venues from Friday 6th November to raise awareness and support for Melbourne’s hospitality industry.

Tip Jar's goal is to raise $100,000.

"If even just a fraction of Australia donates just a $10 tip, we’ll reach it in no time at all - and immediately begin helping those individuals who need it most right now.

If there was ever a time to give a tip,
it’s now.
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Silent Online Auction

Help us support Melbourne Hospitality

Along with many other venues across Byron Bay and the Northern Rivers who are 
contributing to this cause, Harvest wanted to contribute something unique.

In support of Victorian Hospitality, Harvest will be donating a lavish four-course 
set menu lunch or dinner, plus matched wine for up to 8 guests in our private dining room. 

A 'silent online auction' will be held where the highest bidder will receive this incredible experience.

The auction will run for the whole month of November, 100% of money raised will be 
donated to the Australian Hospitality Relief fund.

What the industry is saying...

"We hope that by joining forces as a region we can help those affected by the COVID restrictions in Melbourne and provide much needed donations via Tip Jar charity. By spreading the news quickly, we can encourage more restaurants and chefs to get involved – from Byron to the Northern Rivers, and beyond.”
Tristan Grier
Co-owner Harvest Newrybar
“If nothing else, 2020 has shown that Australian hospitality
takes its duty of looking after people well beyond the table, the kitchen and the bar. Right from the start of the year,
hospitality people were among the first to swing into action raising money and feeding people affected by the bushfires
and now, in the thick of a global health crisis, even as hospitality faces its biggest challenges in living memory, the first
instinct from people in the trade is to ask how they can help out others who are doing it tough.”
Anthea Loucas Bosha,
CEO Melbourne Food and Wine

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