Our Motto, Logo and Vision

The Australia First Party advances its motto:   ‘Identity, Independence, Freedom’.

This is the Party’s logo which is integrates the Party’s motto:

This is in stark contrast to the Globalist/Internationalist policies of the current holders of the State Power in Australia.

Australia First provides an alternative to continuing servitude to Global Capitalism, and places the national interests of Australians and Australia first.

Our vision is that of a High Culture, fulfilling the aspirations passed down to present day Australians from our pioneering and settling peoples for a new European derived civilization, wherein our citizens productively participate, and attain both the highest quality, and enjoyment from life, commensurate with sustainability from our available resources.

Australia First Party members and backers are Australian nationalists at heart.  We respect our great old continent, with its unique eco-systems, as more than just a quarry, a people dumping ground, or for exploitation by corporate interests parroting materialism and consumerism.

On the issues of strategic Australian manufacturing capacity/self-sufficiency, foreign ownership, ecological sustainability, big business immigration and/or community destroying multiculturalism, what the prevailing traitor class advocates is against the interests of Australians, and is undermining our civilisation. Their globalist doctrines will see the Australian People perish.

The Australia First Party is committed to a regime change from this traitor class, and offers a beacon for men and women to step forward, and to join in this challenge.

If you don’t fight you lose!

The original (partially souvenired) Eureka Flag – a gold Southern Cross on Prussian Blue field.  [The pigment was extensively used in the 19th century].  The flag flown at the Battle of the Eureka Stockade on 3rd December 1854 gold miners Victorian goldfields at Ballaarat, rebelling against the colonial British government’s mandatory impost of extortionate mining permits.  It became the symbol of the birth of national independence from Britain in what was to become the nation of Australia in 1901. Technically it was made in Australia by Australians fighting for identity, independence and freedom  .

Our Electoral Logo: