So many students at Melbourne #climatestrike

March 17, 2019 at 10:16 pm 2 comments

What an amazing gathering of students, parents and supporters of climate action in Melbourne city on Friday for the Climate Strike on March 15, full of energy, vibrancy and home-made placards and banners.

Spring and Collins street intersection was totally shut down by the gathering students outside the Old Treasury Building

AYCC estimated the crowd at up to 40,000 to 50,000 people.

Student organisers estimate that 150,000 people protested the need for climate action on Friday around Australia, in over 60 cities and towns across the nation.

Here is our gallery of photos from the Melbourne event:

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