Politics in Victoria
- Australian Labor Party – Victorian Branch
- Australian Democrats
- Australian Sex Party is a federal political party established to protect the civil rights and liberties of Australians – also a registered state political party in Victoria.
- The Greens – Victorian Branch
- Liberal Party of Australia – Victorian Branch
- National Party of Australia – Victorian Branch
- Family First Party – Victorian Branch
- Secular Party of Australia – Freedom of religion and freedom from religion
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Lobby Groups, Activist Groups, etc
- Amnesty International Volunteers Site
- Green Left Weekly
- Human Rights Council of Australia
- Independent Dam Safety Monitors – IDSM was formed to raise concerns about the safety issues that relate to dam failure.
- Insurance Reform Campaign
- Keep Left Theatre
- Victorian Council for Civil Liberties
- Maternity Coalition
- Project Respect – An Australian non-government organisation which challenges exploitation of and violence against women in the sex industry.
- Save Albert Park – Aiming to relocate the Grand Prix to a permanent track
- Victorian Skeptics
- Victorian Trades Hall Council
- Victorian Trade Union Choir – A community choir for union members who want to celebrate their commitment to trade unionism and broader social justice principles through song. We sing classic and contemporary Australian and international songs of struggle – for improved working conditions, a living wage and greater social equality.
- Women’s Electoral Lobby (WEL)
- Women’s Web – Women’s Stories, Women’s Actions: Site for and about feminist social justice activists
- Yarraville Residents Traffic Group – For residents concerned about the extreme number of trucks using residential streets.
Information, Opinion and Ideas
- australianpolitics.com information and links on politics in Australia
- IMC Indymedia is a collective of independent media organizations and hundreds of journalists offering grassroots, non-corporate coverage of major protests.
- Online Opinion is a not-for-profit e-journal based in Brisbane that aims to provide a forum for public social and political debate about current Australian issues. Each month they publish articles intended to stimulate a public discourse on a range of topics.