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First Prime Minister of Australia

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First Prime Minister of Australia
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Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Presumably brown
Occupation: Politician
First appearance: "Bart vs. Australia"

The first Prime Minister of Australia was an unnamed politician who served as the first Prime Minister of Australia.


When Lisa and Marge were at a museum, the first Prime Minister of Australia's statue was seen. Marge also found out that Australia was formerly a settlement for British convicts.


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First Prime Minister of Australia Statue
Image Cost Reward Sell price Conformity increase Availability Unique? Dimensions - D x W
First Prime Minister of Australia Statue.png Plunder.png450 N/A Tapped Out Cross.png Vanity +100 The Springfield Jobs
Act 3 Craftable
Tapped Out Cross.png 2 x 2
Shattered Token.png1 Shattered Dreams Mystery Box
World Travel
Internal Name Tiles ID
FirstPrimeMinisterOfAustraliaStatue Grass, Pavement, Boardwalk Section, Ornate Pier Section, Dirt, Sand, Beach 197506

Behind the Laughter[edit]

  • The first Prime Minister of Australia was, in fact, Edmund Barton.
  • He is the Australian counterpart of Springfield's own Snake.
  • He is a reference to Australia's past, when Britain sent thousands of convicts there.