Next Australian federal election

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Next Australian federal election

← 2022 On or before 24 May 2025 (half-Senate)
On or before 28 September 2025 (House of Representatives)

All 151 seats in the House of Representatives
76 seats are needed for a majority
40 (of the 76) seats in the Senate
Opinion polls
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Leader Anthony Albanese Peter Dutton Adam Bandt
Party Labor Liberal/National Coalition Greens
Leader's seat Grayndler (NSW) Dickson (Qld.) Melbourne (Vic.)
Last election 77 seats 58 seats 4 seats
Current seats 78 seats 56 seats 4 seats
Seats needed Steady Increase 20 Increase 72

Leader Bob Katter Rebekha Sharkie
Party Katter's Australian Centre Alliance
Leader's seat Kennedy (Qld.) Mayo (SA)
Last election 1 seat, 0.38% 1 seat, 0.25%
Current seats 1 seat 1 seat
Seats needed Increase 75 Increase 75

Incumbent Prime Minister

Anthony Albanese

The next Australian federal election will be held some time in or before 2025 to elect members of the 48th Parliament of Australia. All 151 seats in the House of Representatives and likely 40 of the 76 seats in the Senate will be up for election.[1]

References[change | change source]

  1. Hitch, Georgia (30 May 2022). "Peter Dutton elected new Liberal Party leader, Sussan Ley becomes deputy leader". ABC News.