By Alison Bevege And Aap
Published: 07:41 BST, 3 May 2019 | Updated: 07:41 BST, 3 May 2019
Hundreds of students, some as young as 10, have stormed politicians' offices in a nationwide protest to demand more action on climate change on Friday.
Activists claimed up to 500 students 'made a racket with kazoos' outside the Marickville office of federal Labor MP Anthony Albanese.
Witnesses reported kids as young as 10 barged into Mr Albanese's office, yelling insults at staff and demanding the shadow minister for infrastructure 'come out'.
We have Kazoos and not afraid to use them,' one protester yelled, according to The Daily Telegraph.
'We just want to kill ScoMo,' said another.
Protester and police at Liberal Party headquarters in Melbourne on Friday
Protesters in Melbourne outside Liberal Party headquarters on Friday
Other young students were heard chanting 'no more oil, keep our carbon in the soil' while some reportedly stood on chairs in the reception area as other classmates tossed 'Stop Adani' posters on the floor.
Activists have claimed 75 strikes took place at federal MP offices around the country to demand the Adani coal mine be stopped, and that Australia transition to 100 percent renewable energy sources by 2030.
About 500 students protested