The ACT Greens received the most individual cash donations last financial year, while ACT Labor received almost $2 million in overall contributions, the latest disclosures show.
Elections ACT released financial disclosure returns for ACT political parties, members of the Legislative Assembly and associated entities for 2018-19 on Saturday.
The returns show details of receipts, gifts, payments and debts related to politicians and parties.The Greens' return showed it received the most cash donations at $171,440, with $409,357 "other receipts". Other receipts include public funding, affiliation fees and levies imposed by the party upon its elected representatives.
Meanwhile Labor's return had by far the highest value receipts, totaling $1,945,489, with the biggest source of income - $331,527 - from its investment trust, the 1973 Foundation.
Of the close to $2 million worth of receipts, $82,119 were cash donations, $567,798 were gifts-in-kind and $30,618 came from free facility use.
The remaining $1,264,954 were "other receipts". Unions contributed more than $100,000 to the total value of ACT Labor's receipts, with the CPSU the largest contributor at $42,453.68.
ACT Labor also received the biggest individual cash donation given to any party. Liesl Centenera, who is married to Member for Bean and former ACT Senator David Smith, donated $30,000 cash, the records show.
ACT Labor received almost $13,000 worth of free facility use at Canberra Labor Club, almost $5000 at Canberra Highland Society and Burns Club, $3000 at Statesman Hotel and $3000 at Ainslie Football Club.
The Liberals received $86,592 in cash donations with their receipts totaling $954,051. Canberra Liberals listed $196,204.23 in "other receipts" from LJ Hooker Commercial.
Cash donations from businesses included $2240 from Newstate Media Pty Ltd - publisher of Canberra Weekly - $4925 from the Australian Computer Society, and $1740 from Colliers International (ACT).
State chief executive at Colliers International Paul Powderly also donated $1740.
Some of the largest individual cash donations came from John De Margheriti, who donated $5450, and - and Peter Badowski - $3500.
Clubs ACT contributed $1185 in gifts and "other receipts" while chief executive Gwyn Rees donated $650.
ACT Greens had the largest proportion of cash donations of all parties.The largest was from Greens MLA Caroline Le Couteur who made a $12,800 gift of money.
Lawyer John Little gave $10,000 and David Gipson, from Downer, contributed $9,550. The total value of its receipts received was $586,307.
The previous financial year cash donations for ACT Greens totalled $53,018 while all receipts were valued at $192,820.