Shoalhaven Greens is a local group of the NSW Greens and the Australian Greens political party.
The principles we follow are based on grassroots democracy, ecological sustainability, peace and non-violence, social justice.
- In Federal elections we vote in the Gilmore seat. The Gilmore electorate goes from Kiama in the north to Turros Head in the south, go to the Australian Electoral Commission website at aec.gov.au.
- In State elections, the South Coast seat or the Kiama seat includes the Shoalhaven; for South Coast and Kiama electorates go to https://roll.elections.nsw.gov.ai/areafinder
- In Council elections, from Berry in the north to Ulladulla in the south go to https://roll.electios.nsw.gov.au/areafinder/lga
Amanda Findley was elected Mayor in 2016 after serving as a Greens councillor for two terms (eight years). Three Shoalhaven Greens councillors were elected at the same election, Nina Digiglio, John Levett and Kaye Gartner.
Amanda Findley was re-elected Mayor in 2021. Three Shoalhaven Greens councillors were elected at the same election, Tonia Gray, Evan Christen and Moo D’ath.
Agendas and Minutes of Council meetings, held monthly, can be found on the Council website. Go to http://webcast.shoalhaven.nsw.gov.au/ live stream meetings. Community Radio Triple-U FM (104.5) podcasts Council meetings and Jane Richter runs a regular twice weekly community access program and regularly discusses council matters.
You can join the Shoalhaven Greens Facebook Page here or contact us.
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