Yesterday marked one year since the terrible Bourke St Mall attack which claimed the lives of four adults, a child, and a three-month-old baby.
Families of the victims gathered together for a private service where two memorial plaques were unveiled in East Melbourne.
Premier Danial Andrews stated: “On the worst of days and in the worst of circumstances we saw the very best of humanity.
"Today was an opportunity for us to again remind those families that we stand with them, that they're in our hearts, they're in our thoughts and prayers and they will always receive our support.”
Members of the public will be able to pay their respects at the memorial in a ceremony on Tuesday.
Alleged driver Dimitrious Gargasoulas pled not guilty to 39 offences, including six counts of murder and 38 of attempted murder, when he rampaged his car through the streets of Melbourne.