Two more men face incitement charges as Victoria Police try to shut down an anti-lockdown rally planned for Melbourne this Saturday.
Police executed two search warrants on Tuesday morning and seized several items including mobile phones and laptops.
A 28-year-old Coburg man and a 38-year-old from Epping were arrested and charged with incitement, and bailed to appear in Melbourne Magistrates Court on February 4.
A 76-year-old man was also charged with incitement last Friday over the same rally.
"(We) are committed to putting a stop to this (rally)," Victoria Police said in a statement.
"This is a serious breach of the chief health officer directions and jeopardises the health of the entire community.
"Those still thinking of attending the CBD to protest on Saturday can expect a swift and firm response from police."
Meanwhile, one man has been charged with incitement after an anti-lockdown protest on Sunday in Melbourne's northern suburbs.
The 21-year-old Roxburgh Park man was allegedly involved in the rally, where traffic was stopped and protesters clashed with police.
Three arrests were made at the protest in the Roxburgh Park area.
Another five people have also been fined $1652 for breaching lockdown rules, Victoria Police said.
More fines are expected as police continue investigating the rally, which is illegal under Melbourne's lockdown rules.