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We believe in the Crown as the enduring embodiment of our national unity and as the symbol of that other unity which exists between ... read more
In 1944, the Liberal Party of Australia was founded after a three-day meeting held in a small hall not far from Parliament House in Canberra. The meeting was called by the then Leader of the Opposition (United Australia Party) Robert Menzies. He had already served as Prime Minister of Australia, but he believed that the non-Labor parties should... read more
The Organisational and Parliamentary wings of the Liberal Party each have clearly defined and separate roles. In the Liberal Party, the Organisational wing cannot dictate policy but consults with and advises the Parliamentary wing, particularly on the development of longer-term policies. The Organisational wing is based on the Party’s paid membership... read more
Across Tasmania there are also a number of active Women's Groups which make a valuable and worthwhile contribution to the Party and advise on policy matters especially affecting women.... read more
The Young Liberal Movement is the youth wing of the Liberal Party of Australia, and is one of the largest youth movements in the country. Membership of the Tasmanian Young Liberals provides an opportunity to have a say about policy, meet our politicians, make new friends, network with future leaders, develop leadership and communication skills and contribute to campaigns ... read more