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List of ALP federal leaders by time served

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DateFormat = yyyy Period = from:1901 till:2014 TimeAxis = orientation:vertical ScaleMajor = unit:year increment:5 start:1905

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 from:start till:1907 text:"Chris Watson 1901–07"
 from:1907  till:1915 text:"Andrew Fisher 1907–15"
 from:1915  till:1916 text:"Billy Hughes 1915–16"
 from:1916  till:1922 text:"Frank Tudor 1916–22"
 from:1922  till:1928 text:"Matthew Charlton 1922–28"
 from:1928  till:1935 text:"James Scullin 1928–35"
 from:1935  till:1945 text:"John Curtin 1935–45"
 from:1945  till:1945 text:"Frank Forde 1945"
 from:1945  till:1951 text:"Ben Chifley 1945–51"
 from:1951  till:1960 text:"Dr H.V. Evatt 1951–60"
 from:1960  till:1967 text:"Arthur Calwell 1960–67"
 from:1967  till:1977 text:"Gough Whitlam 1967–77"
 from:1977  till:1983 text:"Bill Hayden 1977–83"
 from:1983  till:1991 text:"Bob Hawke 1983–91"
 from:1991  till:1996 text:"Paul Keating 1991–96"
 from:1996  till:2001 text:"Kim Beazley 1996–2001" shift:(,-1)
 from:2001  till:2003 text:"Simon Crean 2001–03" shift:(,-7) 
 from:2003  till:2005 text:"Mark Latham 2003–05" shift:(,-5) 
 from:2005  till:2006 text:"Kim Beazley 2005–06" shift:(,-3) 
 from:2006  till:2010 text:"Kevin Rudd 2006–10" shift:(,-3)
 from:2010  till:2013 text:"Julia Gillard 2010–13" shift:(,-4)
 from:2013  till:2013 text:"Kevin Rudd 2013"  shift:(,-1)
 from:2013  till:2013 text:"Bill Shorten 2013–current" shift:(,-1)
"ALP", as used on this page, refers to the Australian Labor Party. For other uses of the abbreviation "ALP", see ALP (disambiguation)

This is a list of the federal leaders of the Australian Labor Party by time served:

  1. Gough Whitlam 10y 10m 14d (8 February 1967 – 22 December 1977)
  2. John Curtin 9y 9m 4d (1 October 1935 – 5 July 1945) Died in office
  3. Bob Hawke 8y 10m 17d (3 February 1983 – 20 December 1991)
  4. Dr Herbert Vere "Bert" Evatt 8y 7m 27d (13 June 1951 – 9 February 1960)
  5. Andrew Fisher 8y (October 1907 – 27 October 1915)
  6. Kim Beazley 7y 6m 9d; see separate terms below
  7. James Scullin 7y 5m 5d (26 April 1928 – 1 October 1935)
  8. Arthur Calwell 6y 11m 1d (7 March 1960 – 8 February 1967)
  9. Chris Watson 6y 7m (May 1901 – October 1907)
  10. Matthew Charlton 5y 10m 13d (16 May 1922 – 29 March 1928)
  11. Ben Chifley 5y 11m (13 July 1945 – 13 June 1951)
    • Kim Beazley (1st time) 5y 8m 3d (19 March 1996 – 22 November 2001)
  12. Frank Tudor 5y 1m 27d (14 November 1916 – 10 January 1922) Died in office
  13. Bill Hayden 5y 1m 12d (22 December 1977 – 3 February 1983)
  14. Paul Keating 4y 2m 22d (20 December 1991 – 11 March 1996)
  15. Kevin Rudd 3y 8m 37d; see separate terms below
    • Kevin Rudd (1st time) 3y 6m 20d (4 December 2006 – 24 June 2010)
  16. Julia Gillard 3y 3d (24 June 2010 – 26 June 2013)
  17. Simon Crean 2y 10d (22 November 2001 – 2 December 2003)
    • Kim Beazley (2nd time) 1y 10m 6d (28 January 2005 – 4 December 2006)
  18. Mark Latham 1y 1m 26d (2 December 2003 – 28 January 2005)
  19. Billy Hughes 1y 1m 17d (27 October 1915 – 14 November 1916)
    • Kevin Rudd (2nd time) 0y 2m 17d (26 June 2013 – 13 September 2013)
  20. Bill Shorten 1d (13 October 2013 – present)

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