National Party of Australia
This webpage provides access to a range of policy initiatives that the Nationals are taking to the 2022 federal election.
Fact Check: Barnaby Joyce says the Nationals represent Australia's poorest electorates. Is he correct?
Former deputy prime minister Barnaby Joyce claims that the Greens — followed by the Liberals, then Labor — represent Australia's richest people, while the Nationals look after the poorest.
With the election less than a week away, here is a quick guide to the major policy announcements and promises from the two major parties.
National Party policy document outlining their plans for supporting Australian veterans and their families.
National Party policy document outlining their plans for road safety in Australia.
National Party policy document outlining their plans for vocational education and skills development.
National Party policy document outlining their plans for supporting Australia's health care system.
National Party policy document outlining their plans to lower energy costs for Australian small businesses.
National Party policy document outlining their plans for promoting youth mental health and suicide prevention.
Fact Check: Barnaby Joyce said building the Bradfield Scheme to redirect water is the one thing Australia can do to reduce the effects of drought. Is he correct?
Former Nationals leader Barnaby Joyce says "the one thing we can do" to reduce the effects of drought is introduce the Bradfield Scheme, an ambitious plan from the 1930s aimed at diverting floodwaters from the north of the country inland.
Coalition senator for Queensland Matt Canavan claims that a bill proposing to decriminalise abortion in the state would allow unrestricted access to abortions after 22 weeks' gestation.
Katter's Australian Party MP Bob Katter claims a person is "torn to pieces" every three months by a crocodile in north Queensland.
Key Commitments Australia’s cities are home to the majority of our population and responsible for more than 80 per cent of national economic output. Liveable, accessible cities with clean environments are now essential economic assets. In the knowledge economy, people are our greatest resource, and...
Australia’s export trade agreements with China, Japan and South Korea – three of our four largest export markets – will set Australia up for the long term. These agreements will grow our economy, create jobs and benefit consumers. Independent economic modelling has found that together...
We have restored the integrity of Australia’s borders and have stopped the deaths at sea. The Coalition removed all children who arrived by boat from detention in Australia. In contrast, Labor detained more than 8,500 children over six years. Stopping the boats has also enabled...