Virtual ANZCA ASM live from Melbourne: 27 April - 4 May 2021

Watch Party Planner Pack

Here’s (almost) everything you need for the ultimate ASM 2021 Watch Party experience. All you need to do now is: pick a place and time for your party; pull together a posse; and print off the DIY decorations and party games. Take a look at our Watch Party FAQs for suggestions.

Step 1: Get your tech set up

You should be able to easily stream the ASM OnAir feed from your laptop, PC, or tablet to any smart TV. Click the icon below for a guide to getting your home cinema setup sorted.

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Step 2: Get creative

We might not be able to welcome you to Melbourne this year, but we’ve done the next best thing and brought a bit of the city to you!

Click the icons below to download our Taste of Melbourne catering menu; DIY bunting kit; party games pack; and a specially selected Spotify playlist.

Food and drink icon Bunting icon Games icon Spotify icon

Step 3: Get the party started!

OK, you’re ready to get your Watch Party ON! Don’t forget to feed the FOMO monster and share your celebrations on social media with the hashtags #ASM21party and #ASM21MEL. We’ve even created some awesome ASM-inspired Instagram stickers and Twitter GIFs you can use.

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How to use Instagram stickers

Search “ANZCA” or “ASM21MEL” on Instagram when you upload to your Story and tag us @anzca1992 and #ASM21MEL.

How to use Twitter GIFs

Add our custom ASM GIFs to your tweets. Search “ANZCA” in the GIF tab on Twitter. And don’t forget to tag us @ANZCA and #ASM21MEL.

Incorporating an Acknowledgement of Country or a mihi

We would encourage all of you to incorporate an Acknowledgement of Country or a mihi into your ASM Watch Party. If you’re not sure what these are, or why we’re suggesting them, take a look at this guide to recognising the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people as the Traditional Custodians of the land in Australia and ngā iwi Māori as the Tangata Whenua of Aotearoa New Zealand.

To find out which Aboriginal land you’re gathering on (Australia) or to watch a short video guide to pronouncing the mihi (Aotearoa New Zealand), click the map icons below.

MapAU Map of NZ