Fix NSW march – this Sunday

Over 50 community groups will be rallying in Sydney on 3 March in a unified call to improve public transport, stop over-development and stop privatisation.

The rally will be the third major Fix NSW protest with support from many Sydney based and regional activists from across the state.

Speaking at the rally will be Federal Senator Mehreen Faruqi, City of Sydney Councillor Jess Miller, School Strike 4 Climate’s Jean Hinchliffe and others.

The march will also emphasise the need for a Royal Commission into the Planning and Delivery of Transport Infrastructure in NSW.

Opposition to the WestConnex toll-road will once again be an underlying rallying cry for many Inner West Sydney community groups.

Public transport will be a hot topic at the rally with South Coast trains and Bankstown Line services being major issues ahead of the State Election.

Activists have also begun displaying posts calling for the government to halt the sale of assets across NSW.

The march will begin at Hyde Park North from 1pm. Nearest public transport is St James railway station. More information about the Fix NSW march can be found at: 

Not happy about NSW? Fed up with politicians hidden agenda decisions?

Outraged at inaction on climate change, the stadiums and Powerhouse museum waste, CSG, destruction of our river systems, the ongoing forced removal of Indigenous children and deaths in custody? Disgusted how your city has become unliveable? WestCONnex & tollroads, over-development, unaffordable housing, inadequate public transport, understaffed and under-resourced hospitals and schools, ads on the Opera House, lock outs and the strangling of the live music scene? Land cleared, trees chopped and parks lost? Have your services been stripped away or privatised? Sick of dodgy construction and political corruption?

On March 23 you can vent your frustrations at the ballot box. But is that too late?

Join us in sending a loud and clear message to all politicians – you want my vote, then fix my state!

Show them what people power can do and what ignoring us will mean.

One time, one place, one voice, FIX NSW!

Endorsed by over 50 community organisations, and growing (email to add your group’s endorsement):

No WestConnex: Public transport not motorways, Stop CSG Sydney, Watershed AllianceAU, EcoTransit Sydney, Illawarra Rail Fail, Newtown Residents Against WestConnex, Rozelle Against WestConnex, Save the Bay Coalition, Penrith Valley Community Unions, No M4 Toll, Restore Inner West Line – Liverpool via Regents Park, Save T3 Bankstown Line, Keep Sydney Beautiful, Save the Powerhouse, International students need travel concessions, CAW – Cyclists Against Westconnex, Sydney Light Rail Action Group, No Westconnex Annandale, Better Planning Network, Saving Sydneys Trees, Save Bondi Pavilion, Help save Appin and its surrounds, Save Mount Gilead Inc, Friends of Erskineville, TAFE Activists & supporters group, Save Sydney Coalition, Nortag Northern Residents Tunnels Action Group, SAS -Schools Against Stacks, NTEU New South Wales, Save Millers Point, Justice Action, Save Epping’s Forest Park, FIRE Fighting In Resistance Equally, Spreading the Climate Strike, Alexandria Residents Action Group, Sydney Uni Enviro Collective, Rockdale Residents Unite!, NW Rozelle Residents Group, Climate Action Sydney Eastern Suburbs, Newcastle and Hunter Urban Planning and Transport Alliance, Leichhardt Against WestCONnex, Stop WestConnex-Glebe, Forest Lodge, Save Beecroft Cheltenham Alliance, WestConnex Action Group, Save Our Valley – Bardwell, Earlwood, Turrella, Save Belmore, Sydenham to Bankstown Alliance, Save North Strathfield Residents Group, North Parramatta Residents Action Group, Westcon Community Action Groups Haberfield and Ashfield, Haberfield Association, Residents’ Infrastructure and Planning Alliance Sydney, Enfield Action Group, Save Marrickville South, No Incinerator for Western Sydney, No Badgerys Creek Airport, Save Cumberland and State Forests, Stop the Tunnels

Download and print out a copy of the A4 size poster, to put up in your local area or workplace.