Sustainable Australia Party is an independent community movement from the political centre, with a positive plan for an economically, environmentally and socially sustainable Australia. We support a science and evidence-based approach to policy - not a left or right wing ideology.

SAP is campaigning to:

  • Protect our environment
  • Stop overdevelopment
  • Stop corruption

And much more...

See our broad policy platform, including policies to deliver affordable housing, efficient public transport and a more diverse economy.

Importantly, SAP is the only political party to challenge the the folly of unlimited growth in both resource consumption and population. We advocate for a sustainable Australia that is Better, not bigger.


MEDIA: 4BC 3AW 2GB - Pandemic population pause sparks higher living standards

Michael McLaren is joined by William Bourke, President of the Sustainable Australia Party, to comment on the RBA’s report that the pause in immigration due to the COVID-19 pandemic will lead to higher living standards in Australia and could spark wage rises in some regions and industries.

KELVIN’S BLOG: Stop putting people in the way of floods

As the floodwaters start to recede and we take stock of the damage caused by the recent floods, a show of defiance is always tempting. “We are going to build it all back”, is the default reaction of authorities. But is this wise or smart?

KELVIN’S BLOG: Review of the Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act

I know that a number of Sustainable Australia Party members made submissions to Professor Graeme Samuel’s Review of the Federal Environment Protection and Biodiversity Conservation Act, and I know that many more are deeply interested in the protection of our unique, beautiful and endangered birds, plants and animals.

MEDIA RELEASE: Casey Council revelations show need for property developer donation ban

The Sustainable Australia Party has called for a ban on all property developer donations and contributions to political parties, following revelations yesterday at Victoria’s Independent Broad-based Anti-corruption Commission.

REPORT: Three Economic Myths about Ageing: Participation, Immigration and Infrastructure

Ageing countries have higher economic growth - and the improved health and longevity of older people increases their economic contributions.

MEDIA RELEASE: Infrastructure cannot be doubled with population doubling because Australian cities have reached diseconomies of scale

“It used to be easy to deliver infrastructure when the government owned the land, but because our major cities are already planned and built up, there is no room to retro-fit new infrastructure without expensive additions like land buy-backs and tunnelling,” said William Bourke, President of Sustainable Australia Party.

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