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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04/10/2017

At $10-$23 billion, the North East Link will be Victoria's most expensive road ever but investing in a public transport system that works is the best way to get cars off the road and decrease congestion.

Latest News

20/09/2017

Eastern Metropolitan Greens MP Samantha Dunn has called on the Andrews Government to immediately address concerns about bus safety on the Doncaster Area Rapid Transit system.

“TransDev has been busted operating unsafe buses. It is unacceptable that some of these buses have been operating at speeds up to 100km/h and in the cramped emergency lane on the Eastern Freeway.

"The Andrews Government has been asleep at the wheel when it comes to monitoring the safety of our public transport system.

Latest Speeches

Tue, 17/10/2017 - 8:30pm

Ms DUNN (Eastern Metropolitan) — In August a member of the government relations team of the North East Link Authority provided me and my staff with a briefing on the proposed toll road. They were not equipped to answer any questions at the meeting and committed to take questions on notice, which were supplied within 48 hours by my office.

Latest Posts

28/06/2017

Last week, for the first time since 2009, an additional sitting day was called in Victorian Parliament to allow more time to debate the taxi tax (or Uber levy). Formally known as the Commercial Passenger Vehicle Industry Bill 2017, the Bill covers a lot, but the key points are: