Let's stop Adani street by street with the power of a conversation.

Two weeks ago, news broke that Adani has allegedly illegally drilled water bores on the proposed mine site, risking our precious groundwater. In the same week, the federal government have allowed Adani to extract 12.5 billion litres a year without a full environmental assessment. Adani have also announced their new plan to build a cheaper, shorter railway to connect the mine to the port.

Adani are deadly serious about getting this mine off the ground, and they’re closer than ever.

It’s time for the vibrant #StopAdani community to come out in force and show its people power – street by street. Join us on the first weekend of October for the National Doorknock to #StopAdani!

We can stop Adani street by street through the power of a genuine, personal conversation. Our strategy is to talk to people on their doorsteps in key electorates — important places for us to demonstrate that people will vote for parties that will #StopAdani.

Will you join a #StopAdani doorknock near you? Sign up below!


St Kilda East – Sakharov Hall, Saturday 6 October at 10am – RSVP NOW

St Kilda – The White House, Sunday 7 October at 9.45am – RSVP NOW

Box Hill North – Clota Cottage Neighbourhood House, Sunday 7 October at 10am – RSVP NOW


Tingalpa – Tingalpa Uniting Church Hall, Saturday 6 October at 9am – RSVP NOW

Manly – Manly Lota Scouts Hall, Sunday 7 October at 11:30am – RSVP NOW

Yeppoon – Community Development Centre, Saturday 13 October from 1pm – RSVP NOW

Rockhampton – Environment Centre, Capricorn Conservation Council, Saturday 14 October from 1pm – RSVP NOW

South Australia

Kidman Park – Collins Park Reserve, Sunday 7 October at 1pm – RSVP NOW

If you’re reading this thinking it makes sense but it’s not for you, I know exactly how you feel – because a few years ago I was in your shoes too. I was nervous when I signed up to my first doorknock, but I'm so glad I did! I met heaps of other nervous newbies who were challenging themselves to do what needs to be done even if it seems scary.

And when I started speaking to people on their doorsteps I realised just how many people out there care too, and that gave me hope.

So even if you’re feeling a bit nervous, join us!

We’ll make sure you have all the materials, training and team support you need to have a fun day making a difference.

Together we can stop Adani.

Isabella Morand

ACF Community Organiser in Brisbane