GetUp is a "grass roots" campaigning organisation that focuses on campaigns around "Social Justice", "Economic Fairness", "Ënvironmental Sustainability" which are topics usually associated with the left. They typically get funding large numbers of people around specific campaigns.
At the moment there appears to be no organised movements that associate them selves with more right wing topics. With recent examples of what might fit the right would be Opposing the reclassification of the Adler shotgun or moving against the greyhound racing ban (which happened anyway)
My theory is that left wing movements were more active in grass roots campaigns and ran off less resources so that when they the technology came along that enabled more effective grass roots campaigning they made use of it first, but I really don't know.
Key attributes of GetUp I don't see on the right
- They are not a political party
- Other than specific issue campaigning they don't have a common purpose for people who contribute. Church groups have run issue based campaigns in the past but they are different because they have a general common purpose other than specific issues.
- They operate campaigns mostly off specific issue support.
- They have some scale with this approach.