Our plans are well advanced for this public showdown with the coal mining industry and its political backers. In the run-up to the federal election, the global mining giant looks set to start its colossal Carmichael coal mine in central Queensland.

Please now confirm your participation and officially register to join the convoy via the button below.



We look forward to you joining us. Almost 2000 people have inquired about joining the convoy.  It is a community commitment – an act of defiance for the future of our planet.  A peaceful protest against Gautam Adani’s mine.

We will depart from Hobart on April 17, sailing on the Spirit of Tasmania that evening.  We will pick up convoy participants at designated locations along the way, including Hobart, Melbourne, Albury, Sydney, Coffs Harbour, Mullumbimby, Brisbane, Yeppoon, Airlie Beach, Mackay, the Galilee Basin and Canberra.  We will be holding rallies in these places along the way. 




1. Wednesday 17th April 2019

  • Hobart to Devonport to Melbourne (overnight)
    Rally on Parliament Lawns, 8:30AM
    Departure Point: Salamanca Place, 9:30AM

2. Thursday 18th April 2019

  • Melbourne to Albury-Wodonga
    Rally in Melbourne and Departure Point held together: Birrarung Marr, Lower Terrace, 12 noon.

3. Friday 19th April 2019 (Good Friday) 

  • Albury-Wodonga to Sydney
    Departure: Gateway Lakes, Albury-Wodonga, 9:30AM

4. Saturday 20th April 2019 

  • Sydney to Coffs Harbour
    Rally in Sydney and Departure Point held together: Parramatta Park Bowling Green, 12 noon

5. Sunday 21st April 2019 (Easter Sunday)

  • Coffs Harbour (via Mullumbimby) to Brisbane
    Departure: Coffs Harbour showground, 9:00AM
    Rally at Mullumbimby showgrounds, 2:00PM

6. Monday 22nd April 2019 (Easter Monday) 

  • Brisbane
    Rally and March to Adani HQ: Queens Gardens, 1:00PM

7. Tuesday 23rd April 2019

  • Brisbane to Hervey Bay
    Departure Point: 7th Brigade Park, Chermside, 11:00AM

8. Wednesday 24th April 2019

  • Hervey Bay to Rockhampton/Yeppoon
    Rally at Bell Park, Emu Park, 5-6 PM

9. Thursday 25th April 2019 

  • Rockhampton/Yeppoon to Airlie Beach
    Travel independently to Airlie Beach

10. Friday 26th April 2019

  • Airlie Beach Rally
    Rally at Whitsunday Sailing Club, 10:00AM
    Overnight in Airlie Beach or Camp Binbee (formally named Camp Nudja)

11. Saturday 27th April 2019 

  • Airlie Beach / Camp Binbee via Mackay to Galilee Area
    Morning tea: Mackay, Jubilee Park, 10:00AM

12. Sunday 28th April 2019 

  • Special Event Galilee Area

Head south to Canberra Rally

13. Monday 29th April 2019

  • Galilee area to Rockhampton/Yeppoon

14. Tuesday 30th April 2019

  • Rockhampton/Yeppoon to Toowoomba

15. Wednesday 1st May 2019

  • Toowoomba to Armidale

16. Thursday 2nd May 2019

  • Armidale to Bathurst/Orange

17. Friday 3rd May 2019

  • Bathurst/Orange to Canberra

18. Saturday 4th May 2019

  • Preparation day in Canberra

19. Sunday 5th May 2019

  • Rally for Climate in Canberra


The Stop Adani Convoy has been scheduled although the mine has no final go-ahead. The convoy’s aim is to keep Adani and climate change on voters’ minds as they go to the ballot box on May 18th. May the next parliament move the nation out of extracting and burning fossil fuels! Our plans are strong and based on the best information available, but there is always a chance the schedule might have to change due to circumstances outside our control. Bob Brown.









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  • Kari .
    commented 2019-04-19 14:21:15 +1000 · Flag
    Gratitude to Bob Brown and many others who have dedicated their lives to saving Australian wilderness, and natural habitats.
  • Carla Bridge
    commented 2019-04-18 19:07:29 +1000 · Flag
    Thank Goodness for Bob Brown and the Stop ADANI Convoy. Thank you, thank you, thank you! x
  • Janet Hohnen
    followed this page 2019-04-10 17:19:54 +1000
  • Manderlee Anstice
    published this page in Stop Adani Convoy 2019-03-20 12:23:25 +1100
  • Helen Searle
    followed this page 2019-03-19 19:47:50 +1100
  • Lisa Keeffe
    commented 2019-03-17 18:04:33 +1100 · Flag
    Is there any equivalent/ concurrent/ complimentary events planned in WA?
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:32:23 +1100
    Hello Sue Goodrick. You’re in luck, the convoy doesn’t start until mid-April. Hopefully, this means you’ll be joining us! Thanks. – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:31:23 +1100
    Hello Mark Waite. Unfortunately, we will not be able to visit Noosa. We know there is a great community of supporters there, and we are hoping you will all still be able to join us on the convoy or at convoy events near Noosa. Thanks – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:29:26 +1100
    Hello Kate Wilkins. If you have registered for the convoy you would have received a link to join our Facebook group for participants in the convoy. Here you will be able to connect and build relationships with the other convoy attendees including artists and musicians. We do have plans to involve other creatives during the convoy, but these details are not yet able to be confirmed or publicised. We will release more information closer to the convoy start date. – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:25:57 +1100
    Hi Martin Thackray. Yes, we have considered this in our planning. Thank you. – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:22:53 +1100
    Hi Sue Goodrick. Yes, everyone involved in the convoy will be invited to purchase materials to help identify the convoy. Car flags and stickers will be available for purchase closer to the convoy leave date. Keep an eye out for an email announcing when these materials are available. No, we are not booking campgrounds etc. for convoy participants. Accommodation needs to be entirely self-organised. If you have registered you are able to join our Facebook group for convoy participants where you can organise different things together. – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Manderlee Anstice
    commented 2019-03-05 11:20:47 +1100 · Flag
    Hi Greg Chidgey. That’s an amazing effort. We will Hopefully See you on the road. – Manderlee, BBF Staff
  • Greg Chidgey
    commented 2019-03-04 20:21:22 +1100
    I will be walking for MS 1st April from Springwood to Cairns along the Castlereagh Highway. Probably the best route for u guys to take as less traffic and shorter route. If u go that way I’ll give u a wave as you go past and if any of you want to act as a support driver for a couple of days you are more than welcome.
  • Kate Wilkins
    commented 2019-03-04 20:16:45 +1100 · Flag
    This doesn’t appear to be the place to ask questions…. Does anyone know where to do that?
  • Sue Goodrick
    commented 2019-03-04 19:42:46 +1100
    Will every car be identifiable as part of the convoy? Are campgrounds booked/available?
  • Noel Maud
    followed this page 2019-03-03 18:46:25 +1100
  • Martin Thackray
    commented 2019-03-03 17:10:54 +1100
    Have you allowed for the nightmare traffic along the Princes Highway at Easter,? It is far worse than Christmas………You can reasonably expect to add 50% to travel times!!!! I am keen to go to the Galilee Basin to stop Adani…..but. your timing is appalling for drivers!!!
  • Penelope Summons
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  • Bruce McQueen
    followed this page 2019-03-01 20:50:39 +1100
  • Kate Wilkins
    commented 2019-03-01 20:14:47 +1100 · Flag
    how will community be built on the convoy other than the rally gatherings. Are Musicians, artists, poets, storytellers etc involved? If so who and when and how? Will love to hear more
  • Mark White
    @jmwhite2 tweeted link to this page. 2019-02-23 18:40:30 +1100
  • Mark Waite
    commented 2019-02-12 22:01:13 +1100
    Perhaps the route could take in Noosa (not so far from Maleny) and thereby build on the visit of the Sea Shepherd’s Steve Irwin “Stop Adani” visit to Noosa in July 2018 (see: https://www.sunshinecoastdaily.com.au/photos/sea-shepherds-steve-irwin-docks-at-noosa/67770/#/0). It could also be a useful reminder to all that Noosa Shire is also a UNESCO Biosphere.
  • Susan Wood
    followed this page 2019-02-09 12:43:52 +1100
  • Gwen
    @gwenpuppets tweeted link to this page. 2018-12-11 09:55:06 +1100
    A trip of a lifetime to save life.....come along https://www.bobbrown.org.au/sac_overview?recruiter_id=305814
  • Andy Townsend
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  • I'ris Freeman
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  • Rosemarie Norton
    commented 2018-12-09 01:53:11 +1100 · Flag
    I so want to do this…I’m a grandmother living in cairns nth QLD.. and it’s time to make a stand against this vandalism..
  • Clare Cleary
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  • Bronte Turner
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  • Kathryn Gray
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