Senator Andrew Bragg is a Liberal Senator for New South Wales. 

Since first being elected to the Senate in 2019, Andrew has been active on policy on superannuation, technology, financial regulation and housing. Andrew’s advocacy has been guided by his belief that the basis for a fair society is a strong economy. 

In March 2024, Andrew was appointed as the Shadow Assistant Minister for Home Ownership. 

Andrew also serves as Chair of the Senate Economics References Committee and Deputy Chair of the Economics Legislation Committee. 

Andrew previously chaired the Senate Select Committee on Australia as a Technology and Financial Centre and the Senate Environment and Communications Legislation Committee. 

Andrew has authored two books. In 2020, Andrew authored Bad Egg: How to Fix Super, a granular examination of the superannuation system. In 2021, Andrew authored Buraadja: The Liberal Case for National Reconciliation.

Before entering Parliament, Andrew worked as an accountant at Ernst & Young, going on to hold senior positions at the Financial Services Council and the Business Council of Australia.

Andrew grew up in Shepparton, Victoria. After high school, Andrew completed a Bachelor of International Relations and a Master of Business (Accounting) at the Australian National University. He then completed a Master of Financial Regulation at the Macquarie University. 

Andrew considers it a great honour to represent the people of New South Wales: The premier state, the largest state, and home to the city where anyone from anywhere can make it.

Despite living in Sydney for more than 15 years, his loyalty remains to the Geelong Cats.

Senator Andrew Bragg, Liberal Senator for New South Wales. Click here to download Senator Bragg's official portrait.