First Chifley Ministry

Chifley Ministry

33rd cabinet of Australia
Date formed 13 July 1945
Date dissolved 1 November 1946
People and organisations
Head of government Ben Chifley
Head of state George VI (represented by the Duke of Gloucester)
Member party Labor
Status in legislature Labor Majority Government
Opposition cabinet United Australia//Country Coalition, latter Liberal/Country Coalition
Opposition party Labor
Opposition leader Robert Menzies
Predecessor Forde
Successor Second Chifley

The First Chifley Ministry was the thirty-third Australian Commonwealth ministry, and held office from 13 July 1945 to 1 November 1946.[1]

Australian Labor Party


  1. "Ministries and Cabinets". Parliamentary Handbook. Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 17 September 2010.
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