Anti-renewables activists want to protect agricultural land but the energy industry says solar and wind is future-proofing farmers and giving regions new jobs.
Invasion Day protests have been held around Australia with tens of thousands of demonstrators calling for an end to discrimination and deaths in custody.
For the eighth week in a row, supporters for a free Palestine marched through Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane on Sunday, calling for a ceasefire in Gaza.
Demonstrators have targeted the loved ones of people held hostage by Hamas, who are in Australia pushing for their freedom.
A group of protesters have been searched by police and had their phones seized as they attempted to film a documentary outside Woodside's Burrup Hub.
Education union members have been condemned by the Victorian government for calling on teachers and staff to invite Palestine advocates to speak at schools.
NSW school students swapped textbooks for placards at a rally in solidarity with children in Gaza who can't go to school after Israel declared war on Hamas.
The United States consulate has been splattered with paint as Palestine supporters staged a protest in Melbourne and near the Pine Gap defence facility.
School students have rallied in Melbourne to show solidarity with Palestinians, blocking traffic at a major intersection.
A big group of Australians has escaped war-torn Gaza as the conflict continues between Israel and Hamas.
Students across the nation have taken a day out of class to protest government inaction on climate change and the continued support of fossil fuels.
Thousands have rallied in support of Palestine across the country, with a vigil also commemorating Israeli hostages taken by Hamas.
Penny Wong has urged Israel to respect international law and cease its strikes against Gaza's largest hospital as ceasefire calls grow.
The streets of Sydney and Melbourne have been flooded with protesters as Australian communities remain divided over the conflict in the Middle East.
Organisers of a pro-Palestine march in Sydney expect it to be the city's biggest protest since the Hamas-Israel conflict escalated this month.
Thousands of people have attended a pro-Palestine rally in Sydney urging the federal government to push for an immediate ceasefire on Gaza.
Australians have landed in Dubai after another government assisted flight left Israel, as the government continues to help get people out.
The prime minister has confirmed he won't be visiting Israel during his time overseas after Joe Biden and Rushi Sunak rushed to the Middle East this week.
A Sydney man has been bailed for allegedly threatening four Jewish teens amid ongoing tensions after Hamas attacks on Israelis.
Australians have gathered in support of Palestine as authorities in NSW defend the decision to use "extraordinary powers" for more planned protests.
Several marches for Palestine are planned around Australia, with NSW authorities flagging the use of "extraordinary powers".
More than 100 police have descended on Sydney's Hyde Park ahead of rallies for Palestine across Australia.
Security is tight with more than 100 police on duty at Sydney's Hyde Park as rallies calling for an end to the Gaza blockade get under way across Australia.
Thousands of protesters have rallied peacefully in Sydney and Melbourne, calling for an end to Israel's blockade on Gaza, amid a heavy police presence.
People voting against the proposed Indigenous voice are rallying in major cities, arguing the referendum has divided Australia.
Prime Minister Anthony Albanese has announced a joint committee will oversee legislation to implement a voice to parliament if the referendum passes.
Australians opposed to offshore detention are demonstrating around the country, urging the government to end the punitive policy after 10 years in operation
NSW Premier Chris Minns will meet with Facebook in an attempt to block climate activists from livestreaming illegal protests he says put lives at risk.
Brisbane traffic has been thrown into chaos as climate activists take their protests to the street, with the public warned to brace for rolling national action.
The under-fire Tasmanian premier has been told to stick plans for a AFL stadium up his rear end as thousands voiced opposition to the controversial project.
Central Queensland authorities have warned residents against taking policing into their own hands, after two vigilantes were charged with trespass offences.