This page lists our upcoming events across Victoria, including training sessions, field actions, social events and many more.
Our events are open to everyone, newcomers and seasoned campaigners alike - so please feel free to bring your friends, family and colleagues. Greens campaigns are run on people-power, and we could not do it without the support of people like you.
In order to receive more detailed event information, please make sure to RSVP. It will also help our event organisers prepare for the correct number of participants.
Meet up at the Desal Plant for a tour. The plant has been strongly opposed by the Greens and the local community. It has been a massive investment that bypasses the need to consider more realistic – but politically fraught – options.
Some of our members have suggested it is worth visiting to get a better understanding of energy usage and environmental implications. This tour will be a fact-finding exercise, and anyone who is interested in coming is welcome to join us.
At this stage it is likely that a number of cars will be leaving Melbourne to arrive at the plant at 11am for an 11:15 meet-up.
You can also meet us later at ‘Wolf on Murray’ - 1 Murray Street, Wonthaggi - for a nibble, and natter with some local Green.
After we'll head to a farm for a visit to a farm regeneration project, and to view wetlands.
To express an interest in getting a lift with others, or to go independently, please contact Sally on 0400 371 635, or email email@example.com
Want to know more about local politics in the west?
Keen to make a difference in your community?
Then come and chat politics with some of the west's political and community leaders!
You'll get to hear from:
- Colleen Hartland MP, Member for the Western Metropolitan Region
- Cr Simon Crawford, City of Maribyrnong
- Rosie Collins, former VU student and Greens campaigner
This is a free event, refreshments will be provided, and everyone is welcome so feel free to bring friends along.
Join the Greens at the Palm Sunday Walk for Justice for Refugees
It's time to close the camps and provide a safer path for people seeking asylum to settle in Australia
Come and learn how to effectively build your fundraising capacity and grow your resources to run an effective campaign.
The next elections are going to be big. We're on the cusp of some historic wins, but we also face the challenges of a growing party and the rise of the far-right movement. To hold on to our current seats, and potentially gain balance of power in both houses of state Parliament, we need to be ready to run our best campaign yet.
In this session, we'll go over the different kinds of fundraising; how to run successful events; where your money will come from; the Victorian Greens in-house pledge system, Sproutn; how to make a donation ask over the phone; plus more.
Snacks will be provided and RSVP is a must.
Location to be confirmed in the Eastern Metropolitan Region.
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