Get involved

The Country Party is still largely a blank canvas and what we are presenting today is an opportunity to get involved and support the establishment of Party with real commitment to honour the social contract it has with its members by being inclusive and responsive in the development of Party Policy. At this time we are comfortable to be guided by our stated principles (found in the constitution) while we concentrate on reaching the first milestone of achieving registered party status with the Australian Electoral Commission.

We encourage all who recognise the need for change in our political representation to support our effort, join, encourage others to join, engage in policy discussion, and help us get it done.


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  • commented 2016-05-14 11:36:03 +1000
    Did you get registered and candidates?
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  • commented 2015-12-13 09:13:46 +1100
    I’m an ex merchant banker, commodity trader, pecan farmer and husband. Ive spent the last 4 years contract farming.

    Ive joined because i read all the party’s polices and find the enthusiasm and balance appealing.

    Many years ago the bush (Moree) would regard me as lefty greeny and to my Melb and Sydney friends i was bit of redneck.

    CSG and coal mining has changed all that.

    I can certainly spread the word and encourage others to join. Other than that I’m lost as to what to do as as ive never been in a political party before. Mind you i did do a bit of red ragging at Uni back in the 70’s against uranium, Pine Gap and Franklin dam.

    I look forward to hearing more and getting involved.

    Where might i find a list of current members?
    Cheers
    Col Lethbridge
  • commented 2015-09-08 07:57:32 +1000
    Just heard Pete Mailler on 2GB with Alan Jones on 8th September 2015. You’ve got my vote Pete. You are echoing the sentiment of every Australian. Your comment that political parties are governing to stay in power, not to create a better future for all Australians is spot on. They are not listening to us. We want food security, We do not want foreign ownership and unrestricted mining. You are talking to every Australian. Thanks Pete
  • commented 2015-02-05 18:45:21 +1100
    I’m all for a party that puts rural Australia and values first, Farming is my future