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Tony Street (Anthony Austin Street) was born on 8 February, 1926 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, is a politician. Discover Tony Street’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 96 years old?

Popular As Anthony Austin Street
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Age 96 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 8 February 1926
Birthday 8 February
Birthplace Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Date of death (2022-10-25)
Died Place N/A
Nationality Australia

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In 1966 Street was elected as a Liberal member of the Australian House of Representatives, representing the Corangamite division in Victoria, Australia. He remained in this position, winning re-election, until he resigned on 18 January 1984.


Street’s prominent public addresses included the 1979 Alfred Deakin Memorial Lecture “Class Conflict or Common Goals” and the 1982 Roy Milne Memorial Lecture “Alliances and Foreign Policy Today”.


From 14 September 1971, during the McMahon Ministry, he was Assistant Minister assisting the Minister for Labour and National Service. In the First Fraser Ministry he became the Minister for Labour and Immigration. In the Second Fraser Ministry he served as Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations, and Minister assisting the Prime Minister for Public Service Matters. During the Third Fraser Ministry he served as minister in several posts, including Minister for Employment and Industrial Relations and Minister for Industrial Relations. Swapping portfolios with Andrew Peacock, Street served as Australian Minister for Foreign Affairs during the Fourth Fraser Ministry, from 1980 until 1983.


Street attended Melbourne Grammar School. After leaving school in 1944 he enlisted in the Royal Australian Navy and served as an able seaman aboard HMAS Norman (M 84), HMAS Queenborough and HMAS Shropshire.


Anthony Austin Street (8 February 1926 – 25 October 2022) was an Australian politician. He served in the House of Representatives from 1966 to 1984, representing the Division of Corangamite for the Liberal Party. He held ministerial office in the Fraser Government, serving as Minister for Labor and Immigration (1975), Employment and Industrial Relations (1975–1978), Industrial Relations (1978–1980), and Minister for Foreign Affairs (1980–1983). His father Geoffrey Street was also a federal government minister. Street was the last surviving Liberal minister of the First Fraser Ministry, as well as the last surviving Assistant Minister of the McMahon Government.

Street was born in Melbourne on 8 February 1926, one of two children born to Evora (née Currie) and Geoffrey Street and was raised at the family property ‘Eildon’, near Lismore, Victoria. His father was elected to federal parliament in 1934 and promoted to the ministry in 1938. He was killed in the 1940 Canberra air disaster, when his son was 14 years old.