As a nationwide political party, the Greens are concerned with many large scale global issues, such as climate change, poverty, justice, and sound economic management. Many of these issues are immediately relevant here in our local region as well.

We work with the community so together we have a more caring society, a healthier environment, and a cleaner economy.


The 47th Parliament has seen an unprecedented number of Greens MPs being elected to the federal parliament. The Leader of the Greens, Adam Bandt described it as a "greenslide". Their portfolios are available here.


The Greens don’t receive any funding from any corporations or lobbyists, so the nominal membership fees go a long way to the administration of the party.

The Central Coast Greens need your help and support. We have so much to do, but we’re a small organisation standing against two monolithic parties. Whatever you contribute will be greatly appreciated.

Your help is most appreciated, as we are trying to keep politics honest and put citizens’ interests first for the Central Coast, for Australia, and for the wider world.

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Central Coast Greens respond to NSW Audit Office comments about climate change adaptation plans

Sep 12, 2022

Central Coast Council’s 2019 Climate Change Policy included the following commitment statement: ‘ D2) Embed climate change planning within Council’s Integrated Planning and Reporting Framework, namely the Community Strategic Plan, Delivery and Operational Plans and Council’s Corporate Plan.’ Like the NSW Audit Office, we do not see any provisions for …

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Greens demand a return to democracy

Jul 15, 2022

The Central Coast Greens demand that the Minister for Local Government, Wendy Tuckerman, return the right of residents of the Central Coast to democratically elect our councillors. The June 1 announcement by Tuckerman and parliamentary secretary for the Central Coast Adam Crouch to continue administration of our Council until September …

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Mangrove Mountain Landfill court hands down judgement

Apr 14, 2022

Greens are concerned about the future of Mangrove Mountain Landfill after the Court hands down its judgement. Today, the Greens have responded to the judgment on the Mangrove Mountain Landfill handed down by the NSW Land and Environment Court. Greens environment spokesperson and environmental law expert Sue Higginson said today: …

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Keep Peat Island in Public Hands

Jan 7, 2022

The Central Coast Greens are calling on Rik Hart, David Farmer, and the Central Coast Council to consider objections by Mooney Mooney residents, traditional custodians, and the Hawkesbury river community to the proposed development on Peat Island. We do not believe that the proposed development is appropriate to the site …

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Oct 28, 2021

Join us for this event to honour the work and contributions of the John Kaye Memorial Award winners, Leetona Dungay and Manyana Matters. The John Kaye Memorial Award recognises an outstanding individual or collective contribution towards social and environmental justice. The award presentation event will be held online, with a screening …

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Rejection of proposed walkway around Terrigal Lagoon DA62171/2021

Sep 9, 2021

Dear Messrs. Farmer and Tarasenko, I want Central Coast Council (CCC) to reject the current proposal (Option 3) to build a walkway around Terrigal Lagoon, DA62171/2021. Firstly, I note that the link provided on the Your Voice Our Coast – Terrigal Walking Trail website to make an online submission does …

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