2015: Republic supporters came together from across Australia to join the movement.
2016-2017: Volunteers build a grassroots campaign to spread the message to as many people as possible (get involved today);
2018: With so many Aussies talking about it, the movement becomes impossible to ignore and the republic becomes a national issue;
2019: Our leaders consult the Australian people about becoming a republic, and the best proposals are added to a short-list for the public to vote on;
2020: A national vote (plebiscite) is held on the questions:
‘Should Australia have an Australian head of state?’
'How should we choose our head of state?’
Now that most Aussies think Australia should be a republic and we know how they want to choose their head of state, a final YES/NO vote (referendum) will be held to give Australians the final say over whether the constitution gets updated, or keeps a foreign Queen/King reigning over us.