The Easter campaign to close the Baxter Detention Centre in South Australia has been impressive in its use of modern communications technology. I've seen nothing to equal it, whether in Australia or abroad, and feel that other campaigns could learn from it.
Check out the Baxter 05 (BX05) website, where you will see good use of self-publish technology -- the format was invented by the good folks from Sydney's CAT (Community Activist technology, http://www.cat.org.au/) and is now used by Indymedia sites worldwide.
BX05 is up to date as the hundreds of protesters face riot-clad police in the demonstrators' determination to bring to world attention the plight of asylum seekers in Australia. Photos and video are being posted via mobile phones to the website as soon as the actions occur. I dips me lid to the Baxter crew and bilby media consortium, and wish I could be there.