Information for Chapel Street

Precinct Businesses

Who Are We?

The Chapel Street Precinct Association (CSPA) is an independent membership-based, not-for-profit, destination marketing incorporated association. We are an advocacy and marketing body that represents over 2,200 commercial properties and businesses in the iconic Melbourne suburbs of South Yarra, Windsor and Prahran.

Click below to view the Annual Report 2021:22 that outlines the CSPA’s outcomes delivered against the strategic vision.

This document is an interactive PDF – Please open it in Adobe Acrobat to get the full effect. 


Become a CSPA Member

Become a member of the CSPA. It is important to note that the CSPA is an independent organisation from the City of Stonnington. All members must adhere to the CSPA Member Code of Conduct.


Destination Marketing Campaigns 

Please click below to view the destination marketing campaigns and advocacy executed by the CSPA team (2021:22). 


COVID-19 – CSPA Historical Retrospectives 

The below outlines in stages what the CSPA did to support and advocate for its members through the pandemic lockdown periods 2020:21.



We know and love that many of our Chapel Street Precinct businesses are pet-friendly and we celebrate this unique point of difference. Click here to view the digital map of all our Pet-Friendly businesses. Click below to let us know if you welcome all furry friends and would like to receive a Paw-on-the-Door window sticker.


Business Eco-Friendly?

Many of our world-leading businesses are undertaking initiatives or selling products that are eco-friendly. This unique point of difference to be celebrated! To amplify your environmental sustainability initiatives, or the eco-products you may be selling, click below to let us know so we can share across our digital platforms. Click here to watch much-loved Australian television personality and environmentalist Jamie Durie talk about the green-groundswell in our iconic precinct.


Digital Advertising Billboards

The CSPA owns and operates two free standing digital billboards that are strategically placed along the iconic Chapel Street. All new CSPA members receive two weeks advertising free of charge. Please email to enquire. Click below for more info.


Reporting Graffiti 

Call the graffiti hotline (1800 067 072) or click below to report any tagging. Chapel Street Precinct businesses and all members of public are welcome to make reports via either method. This line is available 24/7 and requests are assessed then triaged. This includes phone messages that are left after hours. You can also collect your own graffiti kit from the Prahran Square Visitor Centre. They are safe and ideal for small tags at low heights.



Changes to the CSPA constitution (Rules of Association) were ratified by special resolution at a Special General Meeting (SGM) in February 2019. 

Click below for the minutes of this SGM and please note, these constitutional changes have been submitted to CAV and noted as the change taking place from the 13th of February 2019.