The Prime Minister has branded his first 50 days in government “a success”.
Tony Abbott has told the Tasmanian Liberal Party conference in Hobart, his government has already made a difference.
“This country is now once again as it should always be, open for business,” he said.
The Prime Minister says his government is delivering on key election promises, like setting up business and indigenous advisory councils and reigning in the cost of the National Broadband Network.
“We said we would stop the boats and they are stopping,” Mr Abbott said.
“I don’t want to underestimate the difficulty of that challenge, but they are stopping,” he claimed.
Mr Abbott has implored the Opposition Leader Bill Shorten to help abolish the carbon tax.