Here’s How You Can Be Involved In This Week’s Climate Strikes

By Chloe Sputore
16th Sep 2019

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It’s pretty hard to avoid news about the sorry state of planet Earth these days, but in case you’ve been in a media blackout, there’s a huge Global Climate Strike kicking off this Friday 20 September, and we’re asking you to join us out there on the streets as we send a message to the government that it’s time to take action ahead of the UN Climate Action summit on 23 September.

Whether you can only get out there on your lunch break or you’re able to skip work, school or uni for a few hours, it’s time to band together and show this planet how much we love it—those emails can wait. And if your boss needs extra convincing, send them here and they should get the message pretty soon that things aren't business as usual. 

Here’s where you can turn up for what matters this Friday in a city near you.


Official proceedings kick off from 12.30pm, with a welcome to country at 1pm followers by a march to Musgrave Park from 1.30pm.

Where: Queens Gardens, corner of George and Elizabeth Streets, Brisbane
When: 12.30—4pm
For more info, click here.


Bring your signs, mates, best shouting voices and maybe a few snacks to The Domain in Sydney to strike for climate justice.

Where: The Domain, Art Gallery Road, Sydney
When: 12—2pm
For more info, click here.


If Melbourne weather is anything to go by, we’re definitely in the midst of a climate crisis, which is why the city is banding together to show the government who’s boss.

Where: Treasury Gardens, 2—18 Spring Street, Melbourne
When: 2—4pm
For more info, click here.


Perth’s strike is kicking off at 11am in Forrest Place and we can’t wait to see that space packed to the brim with climate warriors. Bring your best signs.

Where: Forrest Place, Perth
When: 11am—2pm
For more info, click here.

Gold Coast

Goldie residents are being encouraged to don lifejackets, bring mini wind turbines, flashing lights and noisemakers to Victoria Park on Friday to show just how pressing climate change and its effects are. They’re also accepting volunteers to help with promotion and printing, so if you have some more spare time hit them up.

Where: Victoria Park, Broadbeach
When: 12—2pm
For more info, click here.

Sunshine Coast

After the recent fires that have affected the Sunshine Coast we are 1000% sure this incredible community will come together once again to speak up for the planet. Get down to Cotton Tree Park from 12pm to get amongst it.

Where: Cotton Tree Park, Maroochydore
When: 12—2pm
For more info, click here.

Your city not listed? Click here to find a place to protest near you. Looking for some inspiration for your posters and banners? Look no further. And if your boss gives you a hard time, send them here.

Image credit: Global Climate Strike

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