A group of Extinction Rebellion protestors are set to face court on Thursday after failing to move on during demonstrations at Parliament House.
Protestors took to the laws out the front of Parliament House on Wednesday, following the handing down of the Federal Budget, calling on the Government to take greater action to address climate change.
It followed demonstrations at the Comcar facility in Fyshwick a day earlier, where protestors set up blockades in a bid to prevent politicians from reaching federal parliament ahead of the budget.
Police say while the protesters were peaceful, they did not comply with requests to cease their activity.
Two protestors were arrested during demonstration on Wednesday morning.
Additional crews were called in later that afternoon to remove seven other protestors from the roofs of two light trucks
All nine people have been charged with causing an unreasonable obstruction.
Six of those charged are expected to appear in the ACT Magistrates Court on Thursday.