Australian Capital Territory

Elections

The next ACT Legislative Assembly election is on Saturday 19 October 2024.


Sustainable Australia Party (ACT)

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 believe in a science and evidence-based approach to policy - not a left or right wing ideology.

Our plan?

  • Protect our environment
  • Stop overdevelopment
  • Stop corruption

And much more...

See our comprehensive policy platform.


ACT branches

Local branches of Sustainable Australia Party primarily exist to:

  • Bring together like-minded people
  • Organise public events including local markets, community festivals and letterbox distribution (particularly around major overdevelopment sites)
  • Grow local membership
  • Contest local, state and federal elections

Sustainable Australia Party members are automatically members of their state / territory / local SAP branch.

Find your local branch

NB: You must be a party member (and logged in) to view individual local branch pages.

Click on the relevant local branch from the list below*:

Find local events

Get involved in local events here.


Branch communication

First, review the recent comments in your local branch page (if it exists) to see what is happening.

The main branch activity is our first-Sunday-of-the-month letterboxing and social meetup event (from 3-5pm). We welcome your suggestion for these events on your branch page in the 'comments' section.

Not a member?

'Get involved' via the main menu.



Authorised by John Haydon for Sustainable Australia (ACT).

Our ACT committee consists of John Haydon (President and Treasurer), Geoff Buckmaster (Vice President and Secretary), Joy Angel (Ordinary Committee Member) Paul Gabriel (Ordinary Committee Member).

*There is only one ACT local branch (ACT). In the future we will consider organising into five branches, by Legislative Assembly region (Brindabella, Ginninderra, Kurrajong, Murrumbidgee, Murrumbidgee, Yerrabi).

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