Australian federal election, 2059

205613 September 2059 2062

All 162 seats in the Australian House of Representatives

and all 96 seats in the Australian Senate 

First party Second party Third party
Andrew Burges (The Realignment)
Tucker Carlson Gage Skidmore
Leader Andrew Burges Donald Turnbull James Molony
Party Australian Nationalist Democratic/Progressive coalition New Australia
Leader since 29 January 2037 (2013-06-26) 24 June 2052 (2009-12-01) 21 November 2057
Leader's seat Cowper Hawke Mayo
Last election 74 seats 52 seats 22 seats
Seats won 97 seats 50 seats 4 seats
Seat change +23 -2 -18
Popular vote 7,962,903 7,289,016 1,414,195

The 2059 Australian Federal Election was a parliamentary election that took place on 13 September 2059 to determine the members of the 2059-2062 Australian parliament.

The Andrew Burges-led Nationalist government saw it's eighth consecutive electoral victory as its majority in the lower and upper houses increased thanks to its handling of the national depression. The Democratic/Progressive coalition whilst experiencing a noticeable rise in the popular vote, decreased in its number of seats, most likely a result of the division redrawing of 2058.

The New Australia party on the other hand (now led by James Molony following the death of Arthur Dunne) saw a momentous decline in its own seat numbers in both the Senate and House of Representatives, as well as the popular vote, a result of the stronger economy, and a number of in-party gaffes and controversies.