Charles III, King of Australia
The Australian Constitutional Monarchy shares principles with other Christian Constitutional Monarchies around the world.
The Monarch, a Queen or King, is crowned in a Christian Church service. The Monarchy is a limited Constitutional Monarchy, whose prime function is to give legitimacy to the authority of the Monarch's Australian representatives. The limitations are defined by the Australian Constitution, and the historical precedents that accompany the office of the Crown.
King Charles III, is the current reigning Monarch. Separate to his role as King of Great Britain, he is also King of Australia. He was crowned 6 May 2023.
The reserve powers of the Monarch are not defined, are rarely exercised, but are sufficient to guarantee that abusers of political power can be constrained by an office that is above politics, and that exists for the sole purpose of advancing the general common well-being of all the people.
Politicians represent the wishes of the majority. The Monarch serves sacrificially for the welfare of all.
Articles relating to Australia’s King (and late Queen Elizabeth)
Coronation of King Charles III
- What has the Coronation to do with us? › (By Stan Klan, May 2023)
- Winning 2002 Essays
- Transcript of address to ACM Supporters Meeting by Damien Freeman
- Address given to the Queen's Golden Jubilee Luncheon 
- Speech given by Her Majesty The Queen at Adelaide Festival Hall 
- Your Will Be Done (A booklet as 10 Web Pages)
- Celebrating Federation National Conference 2001
- Address to 2002 ACM Luncheon by Sir David Smith
- Queen in Commonwealth (Text as Web Page)
- The Queen and the Commonwealth (An extensive series of background short articles and opinion pieces)
- Her Majesty's Decree (Text as Web Page)
- Australia Day 1999
- Winning 2001 Essays
- The British Royal Family (External Web Site)