Caroline Le Couteur MLA

ACT Greens Member for Murrumbidgee



Caroline Le Couteur is the ACT Greens Member for Murrumbidgee, elected in October 2016.

Together with fellow Greens MLA and Minister Shane Rattenbury, Caroline holds the balance of power in the ACT Legislative Assembly.

Caroline has lived in Canberra for most of her life, spending nearly 20 years in Woden where she now resides with her husband. 

Caroline has always been committed to making our community fairer and more sustainable. She was previously elected as Member for Molonglo in 2008, and as an MLA helped secure the ACT's greenhouse gas reduction target, improved consultation on local planning and strengthened animal welfare.

Learn more about Caroline here.

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