Myeloma Australia’s
Greatest Call Long Lunch

6 March 2024, Melbourne, Australia

This event has sold out. However please email us at and we’ll add you to our waiting list in case any tickets become available.

Sandy Roberts - Myeloma Australia Ambassador

Sandy Roberts

Jennifer Keyte speaker

Jennifer Keyte

Bruce McAvaney speaker

Bruce McAvaney

eddie mcquire

Eddie McGuire

Brian Taylor



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Join us for a transformative experience with Myeloma Australia at this year’s Greatest Call Long Lunch in Melbourne.


Delight in an afternoon of beautiful cuisine and beverages, captivating entertainment, inspiring stories, raffles, auctions and more. All proceeds from the event go to Myeloma Australia


Wednesday 6 March 2024


12.00pm – 4.00pm


Semi formal lunch


$275 per ticket or $2,750 for a table of 10

All proceeds from the event go to Myeloma Australia



Hidden in plain sight on the doorstep to Melbourne’s CBD, The Glasshouse is an architectural masterpiece designed for events of any size and style.

With shining views across the Yarra River and surrounds, The Glasshouse makes a statement sitting within the heart of the Olympic Park Precinct — the largest sporting precinct in the world.

Myeloma Fast Facts

  • 30% of people diagnosed with myeloma will die within 18 months of diagnosis.
  • 22,000 Australians have the disease today.
  • 50 people diagnosed every week.
  • Most people have never heard of it.
  • Only 55% of people will live five years from diagnosis – compared with breast cancer at 92%.
  • 1.2m people die annually across the world from myeloma.
  • Myeloma Australia employs 17 nurses across Australia.
  • Myeloma Australia receives no Government funding.

Unable to attend this years event?
You can contribute to Myeloma Australia by making a donation instead of joining us in person.

Sandy Roberts - Myeloma Australia Ambassador
“I am very proud to be a Myeloma Australia Ambassador – I agreed to this role to increase the awareness for the 22,000 fellow Australians suffering from this insidious disease and to hopefully raise desperately needed funds to find a cure.”
Sandy Roberts