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Leaders of the Australian Greens

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Dec 16, 2021

There are Leaders of the Australian Greens (Greens) at the federal level, as well as in the several member parties which make up the confederation of the Australian Greens.

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On Saturday 12 November 2005 at the national conference in Hobart the Australian Greens abandoned their long-standing tradition of having no official leader and approved a process whereby a parliamentary leader could be elected by the Greens Parliamentary Party Room. On Monday 28 November 2005, Bob Brown – who had long been regarded as de facto leader by many inside the party, and most people outside the party – was elected unopposed as the Parliamentary Party Leader.[1]

Most of the Green parties which have joined the Australian Greens do not have a formal leader, and instead they have a shared leadership structure.[2] However, Tasmania, Victoria, and the ACT, have adopted singular leadership structures into their party.[2]

The federal Leaders of the Australian Greens have been as follows:

# Portrait Leader State Term start Term end Time in office
1 Bob Brown Tasmania 28 November 2005 13 April 2012 6 years, 137 days
2 Christine Milne Tasmania 13 April 2012 6 May 2015 3 years, 23 days
3 Richard Di Natale Victoria 6 May 2015 3 February 2020 4 years, 273 days
4 Adam Bandt Victoria 4 February 2020 Incumbent 1 year, 310 days

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