Samantha Dunn

MLC for Eastern Metropolitan

I care about you and your family. I am a strong voice for you in Parliament, representing our shared vision to improve the East's liveability and standing up for forests, public transport, cycling and road safety.

I've grown up in the east of Melbourne, my family moved here back in the 1970's. My background is working in finance and administration in both the private and not for profit sector. I know what it's like to access distant health services, the challenge of finding local education options and the constant battle travelling to work. The East is a great place to live, but it's under pressure. I understand the issues that impact on people in the region.

I want our children to grow up in a city that looks after future generations, both young and old. I want public transport to be a viable way for us to get around. I want clean energy to power our houses, action on climate change and a healthy environment with open spaces for us all to enjoy. I'm a strong advocate for improved public transport and passionate about biodiversity, better planning laws, economic development and responding to climate change.

I will be a strong voice for the people of Eastern Metropolitan and a healthy and sustainable future. ​

If you'd like to learn more about Samantha, check out Getting to Know Samantha Dunn.

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16/03/2016

Melbourne’s trains are overcrowded and don’t run often enough.  New figures show many of our train lines are more overcrowded than ever. Labor and the Liberals have traded blame while the problem has only been getting worse.

Latest News

26/05/2016

Greens transport spokesperson Samantha Dunn says the Greens voted against on the spot fines when they were introduced and the Government's change of position is welcome.

"Labor voted for these on the spot fines, but have now backflipped. That's good," Samantha Dunn said.

"A better way to tackle fare evasion would be to staff every station, put conductors on trams and actually sell people myki cards," she said.

Contact: Samantha Dunn (03) 9850 8600

Latest Speeches

Wed, 25/05/2016 - 12:00pm

Ms DUNN (Eastern Metropolitan) — My question is for the Minister for Agriculture. Is the minister aware that Ignite Energy, the advanced lignite development plant in Morwell, intends to use native forest wood as a fuel source in the development site as well as brown coal?

Ms PULFORD (Minister for Agriculture) — I thank Ms Dunn for her question. The project that she refers to is not one with which I am immediately familiar. I know that the Greens in their relentless pursuit of documents —

Mr Jennings — Insatiable.