• Home
  • Sir Robert Menzies

Sir Robert Menzies

Sir Robert Menzies

The Menzies Research Centre is named after Sir Robert Menzies, Australia's longest serving Prime Minister. This Centre is committed to the debate and exploration of the ideas and policies espoused by Menzies. His commitment was to an 'intelligent, free, and liberal Australian democracy' that had as its essential features freedom of speech, religion association and the freedom of citizens to choose their own way of life subject to the rights of others, and which looked to the encouragement of individual initiative and enterprise as the dynamic force of progress.

Menzies said that Australian's have appreciated that the 'right answer is to set the individual free, to aim at equality of opportunity, to protect the individual from oppression, and to create a society in which rights and duties are made effective.'

 To watch a video on the life of Sir Robert Menzies, click here.


Contact Information

(02) 6273 5608
From outside Australia: + 61 2 6273 5608
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

RG Menzies House
Cnr Blackall & Macquarie Sts
Barton ACT 2600