Sidney Myer and his brother Elcon opened the first Myer store in Bendigo
The brothers opened a second Bendigo store.
Sidney Myer bought adjoining properties on Melbourne's Bourke Street and opened the Myer Emporium.
The first Myer factories opened.
Myer flourished even when the world plunged into the Great Depression, and Sidney Myer became known for his selfless acts of generosity.
Myer opened its first interstate in Adelaide
Sidney Myer had become a respected business man and philanthropist.
Sidney Myer's unexpected death left the people of Melbourne shocked. 100,000 mourners lined the streets to pay their final respects and witness his funeral procession.
The Myer organisation epitomised the prosperity of post-war Australia, constantly setting of public, social and cultural services to the whole community.
To coincide with the Summer Olympic Games in Melbourne, the first Myer Christmas windows went on display in the Bourke Street Store
Myer built and opened Chadstone Shopping Centre.
Myer acquired New South Wales department store chain Grace Brothers and opened stores in capital cities and regional locations throughout Australia.
The $1.07 billion merger of Coles and Myer was the largest deal in the Australian corporate history.
Myer was floated on the Australian Securities Exchange (ASX).
Myer revealed a new brand direction, updated store layouts and new brands.
Myer launched their new website to streamline your shopping experience.