|Date of birth||29 August 1862|
|Date of death||22 October 1928|
|Party||Australian Labor Party|
|As Prime Minister|
|From||13 November 1908|
|To||2 June 1909|
|From||29 April 1910|
|To||24 June 1913|
|From||17 September 1914|
|To||27 October 1915|
His first time as Prime Minister followed the resignation of the previous government. He resigned following a defeat in Parliament.
He regained the office following the 13 April 1910 election. He lost office at the following election, in June 1913.
He began his third stint in the job after winning the 5 September 1914 election. He resigned a year later due to ill health.
Fisher's government introduced pensions for invalids and started the government-run Commonwealth Bank.
- National Museum of Australia, Andrew Fisher
|Australian Prime Ministers|
|Edmund Barton (1901)||Stanley Bruce (1923)||Francis Forde (1945)||Malcolm Fraser (1975)|