The Greens South Australia
A better way for SA
Candidate for SA Legislative Council
Mark is the current sitting Greens member in the Legislative Council, and supports the protection of the environment and everyone's right to live in a just, humane and healthy world.
Candidate for Goyder
Graham is an advocate for sustainable farming and investing in renewable energy to drive our rural economy.
Candidate for Waite
Simon lives in the Waite electorate and is passionate about community spaces, the environment and efficient public transport.
Candidate for West Torrens
Tim has identified with the Greens for twenty five years and is committed to social justice and ecological sustainability principles.
Candidate For Kavel
Ian is a committed community activist standing up for sensible and sustainable outcomes.
Candidate for Hammond
Damien is a designer and small-business owner, and is passionate about keeping regional communities’ prosperity and heritage.
Candidate for Wright
Tom is campaigning for better recognition and support for volunteers, carers, social workers and the CFS.
Candidate for Light
It is important to Terry that the long term interests of the community and the environment are not sacrificed for short term profit making.
Candidate for Torrens
Anne believes in taking a long term view in planning and development decisions to ensure a healthy natural environment and diverse economy.
Candidate for Mackillop
Donella demonstrates real concern for the natural environment, and for the welfare of vulnerable people.
Candidate for Taylor
Kirsten is standing as the Greens candidate to provide a strong humanitarian option for the people of Taylor.
Candidate For Ashford
Christiana is passionate about engaging and empowering people. She believes in social justice, and is an advocate for the arts, education, environmental sustainability and human rights.
Candidate for Mawson
Katie loves the Southern Vales, its wines, its agriculture and its caring community, and she aims to protect the natural and social values of this beautiful area.
Candidate for Adelaide
Robert is passionate about making Adelaide a modern and inclusive place to live and work.
Candidate for Stuart
It is important to Brendan to support research and development of renewable energy systems and sustainable practices for land regeneration and agriculture in arid lands.
Candidate for Bragg
Ami is an advocate of health care, and believes that everybody deserves access to quality care and support when needed, to live a happy and healthy life.
Candidate for Cheltenham
Rebecca believes in social justice and is ready, willing and able to stand up for her local community.
Candidate for Mitchell
Simon believes that good public education for all is the cornerstone of meaningful work, economic growth and a fair, compassionate society.
Candidate For Dunstan
Michael embodies the Greens principles of sustainablity and fairness.
Candidate for Playford
Danny is a barrister and a solicitor, and is currently a Disability Advocate with the Disability Rights Advocacy Service.
Candidate for Bright
Jamie Ryan is committed to creating a more caring society and protecting our environmental heritage.
Candidate for Colton
Andrew has lived and worked in the western suburbs for 30 years and is a strong advocate for the cleaning up of the River Torrens.
Candidate for Morialta
Scott is passionate about climate change and the preservation of natural resources.
Candidate for Hartley
Paul is an advocate of environmental and community sustainability through the application of technology.
Candidate for Ramsay
Brett is a teacher and he strongly believes school funding reforms must be implemented to ensure all students can reach their full potential.
Candidate for Chaffey
Jason is standing up for the preservation and sustainable management of the Murray.
Candidate for Finniss
Moira is a strong advocate for social justice and sustainability, and is campaigning for affordable and equitable access to healthcare.
Candidate for Mt Gambier
John Baseley has lived in the South East most of his life and loves the area. He aims to protect its environment and ensure that people in the community are treated with compassion.
Candidate For Heysen
Lynton is a Councillor for the Adelaide Hills Council, and he stands for sensible public transport and biodiversity.
Candidate for Croydon
Cherie is an urban ecologist who is passionate about designing ecologically and socially healthy towns and cities where people and the natural environment thrive.
Candidate for Elder
Paul is a self-employed tradesperson. He believes in meaningful engagement with the community to create a South Australia that is healthy and safe, and offers opportunities for all.
Candidate for Lee
Jo is passionate about LeFevre Peninsula and the need for action on industry pollution, funding for aged care facilities and affordable housing.
Candidate for Napier
Sam is a strong advocate for Napier and the northern suburbs and would work towards creating a fairer society, especially for single parent households.
Candidate For Kaurna
Maureen is committed to improving preventative healthcare, responsible housing development and employment.
Candidate for Flinders
Living rural and remote since 1986, Felicity is a strong voice for the issues facing regional Australia.
Candidate for Enfield
Roger Levi believes in growth and quality of services within Enfield for people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures.
Candidate for Morphett
Matthew stands for renewable energy and the rights of injured workers, the elderly and those with a disability.
Candidate for Newland
Mark is passionate about the environment and is an advocate of energy efficient homes and solar power.
Candidate for Little Para
Community, compassion and a desire for strong education outcomes underlie Samantha’s campaign as well as a personal passion for disability and mental health services
Candidate for Florey
Kim believes that the best way to a fair and just society is though progressive grass-roots politics – and this is what the Greens provide.
Candidate for Fisher
Malwina is a student at Flinders University studying a double degree in Environmental Management and Commerce (Sustainability).
Candidate for Port Adelaide
Mark believes in compassionate and environmentally responsible Government, and maintaining the Port's proud working history.
Candidate for Schubert
Jasemin intends to send a message to the old parties that a sustainable future for our children should be our top priority.
Candidate for Davenport
Stephen cares about social justice, sustainable development and the need to address economic inequity in Australian society.
Candidate for Legislative Council
A Research Fellow in Health Sciences, Nathan is passionate about environmental conservation, sustainability and food security.
Candidate for Giles
Alison is working to improve the living conditions of Indigenous Australians through access to education, health services and employment
Candidate for Reynell
Robyn is passionate about social justice, community activism and creating a healthier, more sustainable future.
Candidate for Unley
Nikki has a long history of serving the community and believes if we stand together as a compassionate and just society we can achieve a better life for all.
Candidate for Legislative Council
Ruth Beach is a lawyer, environmental defender and community advocate who is committed, passionate and ready to turn Green policies into law!
Candidate for Frome
Rob believes the Greens offer a vision for developing sustainable industries to replace traditional unsustainable jobs and for providing opportunities to disadvantaged members of the community.
239 Wright Street, Adelaide SA 5000
Phone: 08 8212 4888
Office Hours: 10am to 6pm until the State Election on Saturday 15 March 2014, then reverting to our usual 10am - 1pm
Note: the office can be open at other times by arrangement.