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NSW State Campaign Donation

Your donation will facilitate democracy and contribute towards election of Libertarians to enable improved economic, social freedoms and quality of life for individuals, families and communities.

The success of the Libertarian Party depends on the generosity of all the many Australians who choose to financially support us. As an influential but minor party, Libertarians do not have access to the massive resources of the major parties.

Thank you for contributing to our State election campaign!


If you would like to make a larger donation than the disclosure threshold/total maximum for New South Wales state campaigns, we request you donate the maximum possible for the state campaign and then head over to the Federal General donation page to make an additional donation there. Federal donations have a much higher disclosure threshold and no limit on the maximum amount.

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Under the provisions of the Electoral Funding Act 2018, for the 2023-24 financial year the maximum total donations we can receive from one entity is $7,600 and donations totalling $1,000 or more will be subject to disclosure

Donations by individuals to registered political parties of between $2 and $1,500 in a financial year are tax deductible.

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Political Donation Requirement: Please note individual donors need to be on the electoral roll to make a political donation, including purchasing tickets to fundraising events. Non-individual donors require either an Australian Company Number (ACN) or an Australian Business Number (ABN) to make a political donation.

Limitation on Donations to Political Parties The donation cap is $7,600 for aggregated political donations to or for the benefit of a registered political party during the 2023/24 financial year. A political donation made any time after 30 June 2023 is taken into account as a donation made during the 2023/24 financial year.

Prohibited Donors – State Campaign: Prohibited Donors include property developers, tobacco industry business entities and for-profit liquor or gambling industry business entities. Further, Close Associates of these individuals or corporations are also Prohibited Donors. Company Directors and Officers and their spouses, persons whose voting power exceeds 20% (or their spouses), and any related body corporate are considered to be Close Associates.
A property developer is an individual or corporation carrying on a business mainly concerned with the residential or commercial development of land, with the purpose of sale or lease for profit, and in the course of carrying on that business: Has 1 relevant planning application pending determination; or Has had 3 or more relevant planning applications determined within the past 7 years. Close Associates of property developers also includes any person(s) in joint venture or partnership with a property developer in relation to a relevant planning application from which, if approved, they would be likely to obtain a financial benefit.
You should be aware that if you make a State donation, and become a property developer within 12 months, you may be liable to repay double that amount to the State.

Disclosure Warning: Where aggregated contributions total $1,000 or more in any one financial year, these must be disclosed by the donor to the NSW Electoral Commission, as required by the Electoral Funding Act 2018. Penalties apply for failure to lodge a declaration where required. ‘Political Donations’ include direct monetary contributions, event attendance fees and annual or other Party subscriptions.

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