Australian Federal Election 2025
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2022 15th November 2025 2028

All 151 seats in the Australian House of Representatives

all 76 seats in the Australian senate

First party Second party
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Leader Anthony Albanese Dave Sharma
Party Labor Liberal
Leader since 30 May 2019 (2009-12-01) 24 September 2022 (2013-06-26)
Leader's seat Grayndler - NSW Wentworth - NSW
Last election 90 seats 55 seats
Seats won 85 seats 66 seats
Seat change -5 +11
Popular vote 6,382,192 5,392,291

The 2025 Australian Federal Election was held on Saturday the 15th of November 2025 to elect members of the 48th Parliament of Australia.

All 151 seats in the lower house, the House of Representatives, and 40 or 76 of the 76 seats in the upper house, the Senate, was up for election.

The incumbent Labor Government led by Anthony Albanese has won a Second-Three year term against Opposition Leader Dave Sharma

Future Prime Minister Joseph Brosnahan has been elected on that election as the Member for Corio replacing the Retiring Richard Marles MP who was Deputy Prime Minister from 2022 to 2025


Divisions changing hands

Seat Pre-2025 Swing Post-2025
Corio, VIC Labor Richard Marles 15.47 - 10.42 Joseph Brosnahan Labor