Never heard of "Wobble Boarding"? You're not alone, although in other States it is a common campaign technique.
It's all about visibility, and an opportunity to "communicate" with commuters who are in cars rather than public transport.
A group of people show up at a busy roadside location, they have signs with them, and they wave the signs at passing traffic.
Tens of thousands of vehicles travel along Fitzsimons lane at peak hour in the morning, and they get a great view across the bridge towards the "River Peel" as they head down to cross the Yarra river.
We're going to give them some colour, movement and "YES" on the last Wednesday before they vote.
The more people here, the merrier. It is an easy campaigning event and can be a lot of fun. Join us for an early morning wave.