How to Contact Federal Politicians
If you feel strongly about a federal civil liberties issue,
then you should contact your local member of federal Parliament
and your local State senators and let them know your concerns.
This page will help you identify how to contact federal parliamentarians.
How to contact your local federal member
The House of Representatives is the lower house of the Parliament
of the Commonwealth of Australia. The Prime Minister sits in
the House of Representatives.
To find out who your local member visit the House
of Representatives website. If you don't know who your local
member is, you can find out by visiting the Australian
Electoral Commission website - just fill in the details
on the AEC page and it will tell you the name of your federal
How to contact your state Senators
The Senate is the upper house of the Parliament of the Commonwealth
of Australia. The Senate is sometimes called the 'States House'
or the 'House of Review'. Each State has 12 senators, and each
Territory has 2 senators.
To find out who your State Senators are, visit the Senate