Prime Minister of Australia

The Hon Scott Morrison MP

 

 

The Hon Scott Morrison MP was sworn in as the 30th Prime Minister of Australia on 24 August 2018.

Since entering Federal politics as the Member for Cook in New South Wales, Mr Morrison has held a number of parliamentary positions.

Most recently, Mr Morrison was the Treasurer from 21 September 2015 to 24 August 2018.

Priorities

Keeping our economy strong

Keeping Australians safe

Keeping Australians together

In the News

Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison shakes hands with South Australian Premier Steven Marshall at the old RAH site in Adelaide, Wednesday, 12 December, 2018. Adelaide has been selected by the federal government as the location for the new Australian Space Agency. (AAP Image/Sam Wundke)
Media release
Australia’s Space Agency will be located in Adelaide, reinforcing South Australia’s long-standing contribution to the nation’s space journey.
12 Dec 2018
Transcript
Rowan Ramsey, Member for Grey: They eyes of Australia are on Whyalla today. Not surprisingly, we’ve got the Prime Minister of Australia Scott Morrison and the Premier of the State Steven Marshall here.
10 Dec 2018
Sanjeev Gupta and GFG’s investment will help keep Whyalla strong.
Transcript
Prime Minister: It’s great to be here in Whyalla - a city with a great future.
10 Dec 2018

Under the Coalition Government

 

1183800
Jobs created in Australia in the last five years
Source: ABS Labour Force data
 
$247.2 BILLION
Over the next decade for needs-based schools funding

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