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.
Come and join the Greens at the biggest multicultural celebration and festival in Victoria - the Geelong Pako Festa!
The Pako Festa has been held annually since 1983 and sees attendance in excess of 100,000 people, participation by around 30 cultural community groups and up to 60 community groups. In proud tradition of standing up for a multicultural Australia, the Greens will be taking part in the 2017 Pako Festa themed “Discover Food of the World”.
We are calling for all who may be interested in participating in the Pako Festa parade with the Greens. Leading us will be Federal Parliamentary Leader Senator Richard Di Natale, and Victorian Greens State Upper House MPs Samantha Dunn and Nina Springle. The general theme of our group will be "Think Greens, eat greens", creativity and costumes fitting this theme are strongly encouraged!
This will be an excellent and unique opportunity for supporters of the Greens to stand shoulder to shoulder with multicultural Australians, in the Geelong community and beyond.
We are limited to 50 participants in the parade. If you wish to join us you'll need to get in fast by RSVPing to this event.
Unable to participate in the parade but still keen to get involved? Get in contact as there will be other ways that you can help leading up to (with creative stuff such as signs, costumes etc) and on the day itself, particularly with having a visible and prominent Greens presence throughout the day (the Festa starts at 9.00am and finishes at 5.00pm, with the parade starting at 11.00am and finishing at 2.00pm).
Note: parade participation will involve at least two hours of standing, waiting, and walking.
Parade assembly is on Pakington St, inbetween Waratah St and Collins St. Participants in the Greens contingent of the parade are also to arrive before 10.15am.
Website: https://www.pakofesta.com.au/- includes how to get there via V/Line from Melb.
Sundays in February are for long lazy lunches and good conversation with like minded locals. Join us for a vegetarian feast in the St Kilda Botanical Gardens with all proceeds going to the Port Phillip Greens. Friends, family, children and pets (on leads) are welcome.
Your ticket includes a two course meal of locally sourced and cooked vegetarian fare and entertainment. Organic cider and wine will be available for purchase.
Please book your tickets early to avoid disappointment at: https://www.goo.gl/EdtdzT
Come and learn how to effectively build your fundraising capacity to grow your resources and run an effective campaign.
In this session, we'll go over the different kinds of fundraising, where your money will come from, our in-house pledge system, and how to make a donation ask over the phone, plus more.
Snacks will be provided so please RSVP so we have an idea about numbers.
Come to the first Whitehorse Speakers Night of 2017!
Topic: 'Victoria's public transport system and urban planning now and into the future'
PROFESSOR GRAHAM CURRIE has addressed our group before. We are very lucky to have him again to address the topic of public transport. He has had 30 years' experience in public transport planning in Australia, North America, Europe and Asia, and is now at Monash University where he researches and provides training in public transport planning.
PROFESSOR KIM DOVEY is at Melbourne University Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. His research on social issues in architecture and urban design has included investigations of housing, shopping malls,corporate towers, urban waterfronts and the politics of public space.
Supper and drinks will also be provided!
Cost: $5, or gold coin for concession.
Professor Graham Currie has addressed our group before. We are very lucky to have him again to address the topic of public transport. He has had 30 years’ experience in public transport planning in Australia, North America, Europe and Asia, and is now at Monash University where he researches and provides training in public transport planning.
Professor Kim Dovey is at Melbourne University Faculty of Architecture, Building and Planning. His research on social issues in architecture and urban design has included investigations of housing, shopping malls, corporate towers, urban waterfronts and the politics of public space.
Supper and drinks provided.
Cost is $5, or gold coin for concession on the night.
Join the Young Greens for a post O Week celebration with politics in the pub!
Hear from our Victorian State MP's Colleen Hartland, Samantha Dunn and Nina Springle about what lies ahead in 2017 and how you can be involved.
This will be a great chance for new and returning Young Greens to get together for a fun night of exciting political discussion and a chance to get to know like minded people.
Join us to help clean up, fix up and conserve our local environment by coming along to our Clean Up Australia Day event at Windsor Siding in Windsor.
Once we've cleaned up the site, we'll be having a picnic. Bring a friend or two, everyone is welcome.
Come and join our group of women from all over the western suburbs for some breaky, a chat and to take action on the issues that you care about.
We meet bi-monthly to discuss the issues facing women in our community and beyond.
Our chats are informal and friendly.
All welcome including children.
Bring a pen, paper or your tablet/laptop
The Moreland Greens celebrate International Women's Day with lunch at Rumi.
Two course vegetarian banquet and a drink $40(unwaged) $50 regular. Follow the trybooking link to buy tickets.
Hear our inspiring speakers
- Celeste Liddle: Arrernte woman, freelance writer and social commentator, "Rantings of an Aboriginal Feminist", National Indigenous organizer NTEU and activist,
- Cate Faehrmann: Environmental activist, former member of NSW Parliament and
- Cinnamon Evans: CEO of Ceres
A conversation about advocacy and support for our growing and emerging culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Featuring Nina Springle MP, Adam Bandt MP, Cr. Samantha Ratnam, Cr. Matthew Kirwan, Dr. Mario Peucker, Huong Truong and Alex Bhathal.
Free event - all welcome. Please RSVP by the close of business, Friday 10th of March.