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The National Press Club hosts public debates and private discussions that shape Australia today and into the future. Home of the national conversation, we’re proud to be Australia’s most recognised forum for discussion and debate. 

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Upcoming Speakers

Tue
25
Jan
2022

Anthony Albanese MP – SOLD OUT

LEADER OF THE OPPOSITION

'Address to the National Press Club'

Anthony Albanese, Leader of the Australian Labor Party, addresses the National Press Club of Australia.

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Wed
2
Feb
2022

Philip Lowe

GOVERNOR OF THE RESERVE BANK OF AUSTRALIA

'Address to the National Press Club'

Philip Lowe, Governor of the Reserve Bank of Australia, addresses the National Press Club at a special event in Sydney.

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Speaker Archive

Wed
8
Dec
2021

The Hon. Dominic Perrottet MP

PREMIER OF NEW SOUTH WALES

'Address to the National Press Club'

Dominic Perrottet, NSW Premier, addresses the National Press Club at The Fullerton Hotel Sydney.

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Mon
6
Dec
2021

Chris Bowen MP

Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy

'The World’s Climate Emergency: Australia’s Jobs Opportunity'

Chris Bowen, Shadow Minister for Climate Change and Energy, addresses the National Press Club on Labor's climate policy.

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Wed
1
Dec
2021

The Case for a Federal ICAC

Serena Lillywhite, Geoffrey Watson & Pauline Wright

'The Case for a Federal ICAC'

Join Serena Lillywhite, Chief Executive Officer of Transparency International Australia; Geoffrey Watson, barrister and Director of the Centre for Public Integrity; & Pauline Wright, President of the NSW Council for Civil Liberties, as they make the case for a federal Independent Commission Against Corruption.

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