NSW Candidates - Federal Election

New South Wales

Senate (Upper House)

Councillor Georgia Lamb

Georgia Lamb is a local government councillor for North Sydney and the youngest serving councillor in NSW.

Georgia appreciates that her local urban environment is full of natural beauty and scenery. She has a track recording of fighting to protect the environment and preventing overdevelopment. Justice for all, including the environment is part of who she is, and she will implement this core value into the future management of our communities.

Georgia currently attends UNSW studying a Bachelor's degree in Social Regulation and Policy. She is researching social policy from local to federal government, focusing on how environmental development shapes the human life experience. Georgia is also learning development skills from global examples that she believes can improve the liveability and sustainability of our local suburbs and towns.

Georgia enjoys the arts, gardening and walks around the suburbs - especially during the recent lockdowns. She is determined to protect green and open spaces from overdevelopment and overuse, and to expand them for public use where possible.

Suzanne de Vive

Statement from Suzanne:

I’m running for the senate because I feel obligated to do so. I have an obligation to my children and grandchildren to leave them a country in the best shape possible environmentally, socially, and economically. 

I am a long-term member of Sustainable Australia Party because I believe in our sensible centrist policies. However, this is the first time I’m standing for the senate in the federal election because I believe our country really needs help to steer it towards a positive future. I’ve had past successes in the business world transforming failing teams, business units and companies into high performing entities so I’m hoping to apply that capability to the political arena.

We want to stop overdevelopment, stop corruption, and protect our environment. Achieving a Sustainable Australia means being able to meet our own needs now without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs economically, socially and environmentally.  A triple bottom line approach.

I have a background in the corporate sector and have had my own business as an Executive and Leadership Coach so I’m very business minded. I have studied Town Planning and Sustainability, but I think my best qualification is that of grandmother.  My desire for my grandchildren to have a healthy, happy, and productive future is the driving force behind my decision to run for the federal senate.

Go the Nanas!

Campaign issues and policies

In the 2022 federal election, Sustainable Australia Party candidates are campaigning to:

  • Protect our environment
  • Stop overdevelopment
  • Stop corruption

And much more!

SAP's state and federal policy platform can be found here:



Contact our Senate candidates here.