Malcolm Turnbull served as the 29th Prime Minister of Australia from 2015 to 2018. He first entered the Australian Parliament in 2004 and also served as Minister for the Environment and Water Resources and Minister for Communications. Since leaving politics, he has resumed his business career and regularly speaks at global conferences.
COVIDcast: Malcolm Turnbull on geopolitics and the pandemic
The latest episode in a podcast to discuss the implications of coronavirus for Australia, the region and the world.
SpeechesThe 2016 Lowy Lecture: The Prime Minister of Australia, Malcolm Turnbull
The 2016 Lowy Lecture, delivered on 23 March by Malcolm Turnbull, was the Prime Minister’s first major address in Australia on our role in the world.Malcolm Turnbull
SpeechesAddress by The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP- 2014 Lowy Institute Media Award
Address by The Hon Malcolm Turnbull MP at the 2014 Lowy Institute Media Award Malcolm Turnbull