Rally - #Time2Choose


New South Wales is blessed with rich fertile farmland, clean fresh water and beautiful rural landscapes. But all of that is at risk if we don't choose to safeguard it.

Our land, our water and our health has been damaged by coal and gas mining, rural villages torn apart and democracy compromised.

With a state election due in March 2019, it’s time to carve out our own positive future. Our time to choose: clean food, clean air and clean energy!

NSW is at a crossroads and we have launched a major new campaign to show our political leaders that its time to choose a new direction.  A future of vibrant communities and diverse economies with jobs in agriculture, clean energy and knowledge and service industries.

On Saturday24 March 2018, people from across Sydney and right across NSW will gather in the CBD to make a powerful call for the switch to clean, renewable energy, and for the protection of our water, land and communities from coal seam gas and coal mining.

This date will be one year out from the next state election. This massive rally will be a historic moment to kick off the movement that shifts the politics and achieves real change for the protection of our vital natural resources, our farmland and our people.

It’s #Time2Choose a different future. It’s time to support clean air, clean water and clean energy!

Join us for a fun and historic gathering that will shake the halls of power and help set NSW on the path to a safe, sustainable and prosperous future.

WHEN: Saturday March 24, noon to 2pm

WHERE: Martin Place Sydney CBD, marching to Prince Alfred Park - people of faith are invited to gather at the entrance to Martin Place Station

WHAT: Thousands of people from across NSW are calling on politicians to choose a clean air, clean water and clean energy future for NSW. The rally will be led by representatives of Indigenous communities, followed by farmers, graziers, people representing rural towns and urban communities, environmental advocates, health professionals,faith groups and more. The rally will be followed by speeches and music. Horseback riders will travel behind rally participants to Prince Alfred Park.