Libertarian Party of Australia

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Libertarian Party of Australia
founded in the year 2020
City Burwood, Victoria
Country Australia
address PO Box 244, Burwood, Victoria
number of employees 4
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Last revision 18.12.2020

The following coordinate was not recognized: -37.850128; 145.119064.The following coordinate was not recognized: -37.850128; 145.119064. "A party of principle, the Libertarian Party of Australia (LPA) revives Australia’s oldest libertarian party, the Workers Party, first founded in 1975. The Libertarian Party continues a long tradition of anti-state, anti-war, and pro-market radical politics." (Official Website, 17-12-2020)

Organizational Structure and Funding

"The Libertarian Party is still in its primary stages. An initial constitution is currently being developed with the sole purpose of ticking boxes for various electoral commissions. A more comprehensive constitution will be developed thereafter." (Official Website, 17-12-2020)


PO Box 244, Burwood, Victoria


Executive board

People leading the Think Tank in the day to day business (CEOs, directorates etc.).


People working for the Think Tank (Fellows etc.). This includes also part-time employees.

  • Les Hughes, Development of the Party's educational resources

"The Libertarian Party is led by the Libertarian Party Board (LPB). The board is led by our Chairperson and is supported by a Treasurer, Secretary, and Spokesperson. A portfolio approach is taken for many day-to-day operations."(Official Website, 17-12-2020)


We used the DGs of the EU to generate a basic list of topics. This list is going to be steadily extended. However we try to preserve a persistent list of topics.

  • libertarianism