To stand candidates for the House of Representatives and the Senate in federal elections, and for both Houses or the unicameral House in State/Territory elections, and in local government elections. (This objective is required by the Australian Electoral Commission.)
To reduce or eliminate current limitations on freedoms.
To enshrine the principle that freedoms are inherent in the people, not gifts of the state to the people.
To enshrine the principle that powers are granted to the state by the people, not inherent in the state.
To foster a culture of respect for our vast land, of which we are temporary custodians.
To increase in practical terms the political, economic and social freedom of the citizen.
To increase the material wealth of all individual citizens and corporations.
To reduce social divisions—we are all Australians.
To foster the culture that in order to be left alone, we must get involved and defeat attempts by others to impose restrictions on us.
To foster a strong and honourable military to defend us from threats outside our territory.
To foster an honourable judiciary and police to defend us from threats within our territory.
To foster an honourable legislature to support the military, judiciary and police, and further to put always the interests of Australians first using common sense and frugality.
To foster the culture of civic education, so that all voters know how the system works and can be more in control of it.
To reduce or eliminate inefficient taxes, to reduce the total amount of tax that a person or organisation actually pays.
To foster a culture of less regulation, to reduce compliance costs and put more money in the pockets of the self-employed and employers who must comply with the regulation.
To foster industry, to decrease the number of unemployed, increase owners’ profits and reduce the total tax that a person or organisation actually pays.
To foster health, to give us better lives and reduce the total tax that a person or organisation actually pays.
To foster basic money education, to help us make sounder money decisions even before we leave school.
To foster basic science education, to help us better understand what government, media and other organisations tell us and what they omit.
To foster basic history education, to help us better understand our past and what government, media and other organisations tell us and what they omit.
To foster a closer neighbourhood.
To foster a more local approach to community help, so that some locals might band together to help someone, possibly with a few resources from government, rather than rely on a welfare system where a government merely spends cash to supposedly help the person.
To foster a culture of opportunity, so that a person who lacks opportunity is afforded it.
To foster optimism and pride, especially in the young, so that we all may do more.
To foster a culture of transparency, so that more taxpayer-funded information is automatically available on the internet and in a timely fashion without having to go through Freedom of Information requests.
To foster a culture of truth, to reduce the untruths, half-truths and omissions told by government, media and other organisations.
To foster a culture of truth, where citizens live not by lies.
To foster the practice where terms used in public discourse have the same meaning to both the public practitioner and the private citizen.
To hold political parties to the objectives stated in their party constitutions.
To foster an accountable legislature and public service.
To enshrine the principle that a public servant, whether elected or unelected, has a single allegiance—to Australians.
To otherwise enshrine the principles of the Party.
Finally, to halve income tax and corporate tax soon, and to double Gross Domestic Product in five parliamentary terms.
See Principles of the Liberty Party.