Stop Adani Human Sign - Melbourne
The #StopAdani movement is uniting in a big day of action on Saturday, October 7. Join us!
Together, we’re building an unstoppable movement in our campaign to #StopAdani which our politicians are trying to ignore. Treasurer Scott Morrison thinks it’s funny to wave coal around in Parliament. Immigration Minister Peter Dutton cracks jokes about rising seas in the Pacific. Labor leader Bill Shorten says he “supports the Adani mine so long as it stacks up.”
If we want to move beyond coal, we’re going to have to spell out #StopAdani to our politicians.
Dress: Wear scuba gear, dress up as your favourite reef creature or wear bright colours for the reef.
Bring: A picnic, your family (kids welcome!), friends, pets and a footy. And don't forget drinking water, sunscreen and a hat!
What to expect: A fun, festival atmosphere with picnicking, music, singing, face-painting, sculpture-making, a giant human sign and in true Melbourne style, a bit of footy fun!
How to get there: The event is on Lawn 5 at Princes Park. It is behind Ikon Oval if you're walking towards Brunswick away from the city. Here's a Google Pin to help you find it https://www.google.com.au/maps/dir//-37.7807383,144.961306/@-37.7806165,144.9572685,17z/data=!3m1!4b1
Transport: The tram number 19 stops right outside. If you're driving, you might be able to snag a park nearby otherwise try the Barkly Square shopping centre car park. It's free and only a short walk away.
Together, we can stop this mine and create a better world, powered by clean energy, where our reefs and communities thrive.