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TPI Federation

Welcome to the official Website of the Australian Federation of Totally and Permanently Incapacitated Ex Servicemen and Women Ltd. (Incorporated in the ACT) which is a Non-Political, Non-Sectarian Ex-Service Organisation.

Our website has been designed to provide information and communication for Ex Service Personnel who are eligible for, and granted, or in receipt, of the Totally & Permanently Incapacitated Compensation (TPI’s) or Special Rate (SR) payments referred to in Section 24 of the Veterans Entitlements Act (VEA) 1986 (as amended) or the Military Rehabilitation Compensation Act (MRCA) 2004 as determined by the Department for Veterans Affairs.


Date: 16 - 18 February 2022.

Where: Mecure on Limestone, Limestone Ave, Canberra, ACT.

Contact your State/Territory TPI Association to be an Observer at the Meeting.






Becoming A Member

Becoming a Member of your State/Territory TPI Association has many benefits for you and your family through generous concessions gained for you by either the TPI Federation or the State/Territory Associations.

Nationally this includes concessional travel via the Great Southern Railways as well as Fleet Discounts on new/used motor vehicles as well as a host of other National & Local Government concessions and benefits, which will be outlined, to you when joining your appropriate State/Territory Association.

The Australian TPI Federation also has representation on a number of Federal Government Committees that deal with matters relevant to Veteran issues and all determinations from these are forwarded to all State/Territory bodies for dissemination to all their TPI Members.

TPI Federation of Australia

Australian Federation of Totally & Permanently Incapacitated Ex-Servicemen & Women providing Information and assistance for all Special Rate and TPIs.
TPI Federation of Australia
TPI Federation of Australia
DVA has advised the following -
New Ministry
The Prime Minister has just announced his new Ministry, which is being sworn in by the Governor-General, today 1 June, at 0930am AEST. A copy of the Albanese Ministry is attached.

New Minister for Veterans’ Affairs
Mr Matt Keogh MP will be appointed as the Minister for Veterans’ Affairs and Minister for Defence Personnel. Mr Keogh was first elected to the House of Representatives as the Member for Burt, Western Australia in 2016, and previously held a number of Shadow Minister positions, including as the Shadow Minister for Defence Industry. He has also served in a wide range of Parliamentary Committees.

Mr Keogh has a strong legal background specialising in corporate crime, and before entering Federal politics, worked in both the public and private sector, including as a Prosecutor at the Commonwealth Director of Public Prosecutions. He was also awarded the Australian Young Lawyer of the Year by the Law Council of Australia in 2009.

Assistant Minister for Veterans’ Affairs
The Prime Minister has also announced that the Hon Matt Thistlethwaite MP will be appointed Assistant Minister for Veterans’ Affairs as well as Assistant Minister for Defence and Assistant Minister for the Republic. Mr Thistlethwaite was first elected to the Senate for New South Wales in 2010 and resigned in 2013 to successfully contest the House of Representatives division of Kingsford Smith, New South Wales. Mr Thistlethwaite has held Parliamentary Secretary positions for Pacific Island Affairs, Multicultural Affairs and Infrastructure and Transport, and was also Shadow Minister for a range of portfolios, including Foreign Affairs and Immigration. He also had a legal background prior to entering Federal politics and has been an active surf lifesaver for over 30 years.
TPI Federation of Australia
TPI Federation of Australia
For the information of all Veterans. For further information go to
TPI Federation General Release - March 2022 is a TPI Federation General Release which is provided for your information.

All Veterans are encouraged to distribute this document to as many Veterans and their families as is possible.
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