Protesting alone outside an Australian hospital where the son of Myanmar’s attorney general works as a doctor, Myanmarese electrical engineer Susu San is determined to let the military junta know their children will be hounded wherever they go.

The 33-year-old woman was hard to miss as she stood in the hospital car park, dressed in a pink track suit, one hand raised in a three-fingered salute of resistance, the other clutching a placard calling for the junta to release Myanmar's elected leader Aung San Suu Kyi.

"They think they are untouchable," said Susu San, having traveled 1,500 kilometers from the northern tip of Queensland to the workplace of one of the "junta children" at a hospital in the small city of Mackay.