Bass Coast Branch

Our branches are part of the Greens grassroots approach to democracy

Joining the Greens Party means having access to a local Greens branch. Based on local government areas, these hubs are vital avenues for our members to talk about politics and policy, join local campaigning, keep up to date with local issues and have direct access to Greens representatives.

Most of all, local Greens branches are a way for our members to join like-minded people, fellow Victorians who are also passionate about progressive Australian politics. Greens members are extraordinary people and by providing them with the space to foster proactive political and social change, the Greens aim to instil a long legacy of making a difference in the community.

All Victorian Greens members are automatically members of the Australian Greens. Being a part of our growing party means together, through the principles and aims of the Greens, we can stand up for what matters.

The boundaries of the Bass Coast Greens Branch are those of Bass Coast Shire.  The Branch is almost entirely within:

  • the Federal lower house division of Monash, currently held by Russell Broadbent (Liberal)
  • the State lower house division of Bass, currently held by Jordan Crugnale (Labor)
  • the State upper house region of Eastern Victoria, currently represented by 2 Labor members, and one member from each of the Liberals, the Nationals, and the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party.

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