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A prohibited donor is a foreign entity, property developer, or a close associate of a property developer or foreign entity as defined in the Electoral Act 1992 (ACT).

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The success of the Liberal Party of Australia (ACT Division) depends on the generosity of many Australians who choose to financially support us. Unlike Labor, the Liberal Party does not have access to the massive financial resources of big unions.

By donating to the Liberal Party you are making a direct contribution to the Liberal Party’s campaign to win the next election.

Donations by individuals to registered political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year are generally tax-deductible.

You can donate online now or alternatively you can send a cheque, together with your name and address, made payable to Liberal Party of Australia (ACT Division) to PO Box 66, Deakin West ACT 2600.

Amounts received for the purpose of expenditure under the ACT Electoral Act of more than $1,000 in a financial year will be disclosed under the provisions of the ACT Electoral Act.

The Electoral Act 1992 (ACT) prohibits donations to political parties in the ACT from property developers, close associates of property developers or anyone making donations on their behalf. For more information, please see the Elections ACT fact sheet here.

Amounts received by the Liberal Party ACT Division of more than $14,300 in the 2020-21 financial year will be subject to disclosure under the provisions of the Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918. The Commonwealth Electoral Act 1918 prohibits the knowing receipt of donations from foreign donors. Foreign donors include:

  • a foreign public enterprise;
  • an entity (whether or not incorporated) that does not meet any of the following conditions:
    • the entity is incorporated in Australia;
    • the entity’s head office is in Australia;
    • the entity’s principal place of activity is, or is in, Australia;
  • an individual who is none of the following:
    • an elector;
    • an Australian citizen;
    • an Australian resident;
    • a New Zealand citizen who holds a Subclass 444 (Special Category) visa under the Migration Act 1958 (or if that Subclass ceases to exist, the kind of visa that 16 replaces that Subclass)