Who was Prime Minister in 2016 Australia?
Malcolm Turnbull became Australia’s 29th prime minister, after a leadership ballot in the Liberal Party in which he defeated Tony Abbott.
Who was Prime Minister in 2015 Australia?
List of officeholders
|No.||Name (Birth–Death)||Term of office|
|Time in office|
|21||Gough Whitlam (1916–2014)||2 years, 341 days|
|22||Malcolm Fraser (1930–2015)||7 years, 120 days|
|23||Bob Hawke (1929–2019)||8 years, 284 days|
Who was Prime Minister in 2017 Australia?
Prime Minister of Australia
|Prime Minister of the Commonwealth of Australia|
|Flag of Australia|
|Incumbent Scott Morrison since 24 August 2018|
|Australian Government Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet Office of the Prime Minister|
|Style||Prime Minister (informal) The Honourable (formal) His Excellency (diplomatic)|
What party did Stanley Bruce represent?
National Party of AustraliaStanley Bruce / PartyThe National Party of Australia, also known as The Nationals or The Nats, is an Australian political party. Traditionally representing graziers, farmers, and regional voters generally, it began as the Australian Country Party in 1920 at a federal level. Wikipedia
Who were the past prime ministers of Australia?
Australia’s prime ministers
- Edmund Barton. 1901-1903.
- Alfred Deakin. 1903-1904. 1905-1908. 1909-1910.
- Chris Watson. 1904.
- George Reid. 1904-1905.
- Andrew Fisher. 1908-1909. 1910-1913. 1914-1915.
- Joseph Cook. 1913-1914.
- William Hughes. 1915-1923.
- Stanley Bruce. 1923-1929.
Who was Australian prime minister in October 2015?
Tony Abbott was the Prime Minister of Australia from 2013 to 2015.
Who was prime minister in 2013 Australia?
Julia Gillard was the Prime Minister of Australia from 2010 to 2013.
Was Stanley Bruce a good Prime Minister?
Cabinet minister George Pearce would later conclude that Bruce was the best of the prime ministers that he served or opposed in his 38-year parliamentary career.
Where did Stanley Bruce go to school?
Trinity Hall Cambridge
Melbourne Grammar SchoolUniversity of CambridgeTrinity College
How long was Julia Gillard prime minister?
Julia Eileen Gillard AC (born 29 September 1961) is an Australian former politician who served as the 27th prime minister of Australia from 2010 to 2013. She held office as leader of the Australian Labor Party (ALP). She is the only female prime minister in Australian history.
How many prime ministers has Australia had since 1901?
Australia has had 30 prime ministers since Federation in 1901.