Barnaby Joyce Net Worth, Family, Parents, Wife, Biography

Barnaby Joyce Net Worth

Barnaby Joyce is an Australian politician who served as the leader of the National Party of Australia.Barnaby Joyce Net Worth is $2 Million – $3 Million as per 2024.In February 2018, he resigned from his ministerial and leadership positions after announcing that he was in a relationship and expecting a child with a former employee.

Joyce worked in northern New South Wales and Queensland as a farm worker, nightclub bouncer, and banker.Joyce worked in accounting from 1991 until 2005 before starting his own firm, Barnaby Joyce & Co., in St George, Queensland, in 1999.He is a Fellow of CPA Australia. Joyce served with the Royal Queensland Regiment of the Australian Army Reserve from 1996 until 2001.

Barnaby Joyce Biography

Real NameBarnaby Joyce
Birthdate17 April 1967
Age (2024)56 years
Place of BirthTamworth, Australia
Marital Status Married
Spouse/PartnerNatalie Joyce
Vikki Campion (Partner)
ChildrenBridgette Joyce, Julia Joyce, Odette Joyce, Caroline Joyce
Father NameJames Joyce
Mother NameMarie Joyce
EducationSaint Ignatius’ College Riverview, The University of Sydney, University of New England
ProfessionAustralian Politician
Social ProfileInstagram
Businessld Home Page

Barnaby Joyce Early Life and Education

Barnaby Joyce was born on 17 April 1967 in Tamworth, Australia.Joyce went to Woolbrook Public School, boarded at Saint Ignatius’ College, Riverview in Sydney, and graduated from the University of New England (UNE) Armidale with a Bachelor of Financial Administration in 1989.

Barnaby Joyce Family, Parents

Barnaby Joyce with Parents
Barnaby Joyce with Parents

Barnaby Joyce Parents are James Joyce and Marie Joyce.His father, a WWII soldier, was born in New Zealand and migrated to Australia in 1947. Joyce’s paternal grandfather, John P. Joyce, was a professional soldier who took part in the Gallipoli Campaign during World War I, including the landing at Anzac Cove.

Barnaby Joyce Wife and Children

Barnaby Joyce with Ex wife and Four Daughters
Barnaby Joyce with Ex wife and Four Daughters

Barnaby Joyce was married with Natalie Abberfield.The met while at university in Armidale, New South Wales. They married in 1993. They have four daughters togrthar named Julia, Caroline, Odette, and Bridgette.Later Joyce announced in December 2017 that he and his wife had separated.

Barnaby Joyce Partner Vikki Campion

Barnaby Joyce with Currents Partner and Kids
Barnaby Joyce with Currents Partner and Kids

Currently he is in relationship with his partner Vikki Campion.In February 2018 they confirmed that Joyce and Campion were expecting a son together in April.On 16 April 2018, Campion gave birth to Sebastian at Armidale Hospital.

Barnaby Joyce Net Worth

Barnaby Joyce has an estimated Net Worth of $2 Million – $3 Million in 2024.His primary source of earning comes from his career as

NameBarnaby Joyce
Net Worth (2024)$2 Million – $3 Million
Income / SalaryWill Update
Income SourceAustralian Politician
Last Update2024

Barnaby Joyce Career and Achivements

Barnaby Thomas Gerard Joyce is an Australian politician who led the National Party of Australia from 2016 to 2018, and again from 2021 to 2022. Joyce was Australia’s 17th deputy prime minister from 2016 to 2018 and again from 2021 to 2022, serving under Prime Ministers Malcolm Turnbull and Scott Morrison.

Joyce was born in Tamworth, New South Wales, and graduated from the University of New England. In 1999, he started an accounting practice in St George, Queensland. Joyce was elected to the Australian Senate in the 2004 federal election and assumed office in 2005. In 2008, he became the National Party’s Senate leader.In 2013, he was elected to the House of Representatives, winning the rural seat of New England in New South Wales.

In 2013, Joyce replaced Nigel Scullion as the National Party’s deputy leader. In 2016, he succeeded Warren Truss as the party’s leader and deputy Prime Minister. Joyce was Minister for Agriculture from 2013 to 2015, Minister for Agriculture and Water Resources from 2015 to 2017, Minister for Resources and Northern Australia in 2017, and Minister for Infrastructure and Transport from 2017 to 2018.

During the 2017-18 Australian parliamentary eligibility crisis, Joyce was verified as a dual citizen of New Zealand, which is prohibited by Section 44 of the Australian Constitution. On October 27, 2017, the High Court of Australia found that he was ineligible to run for the House of Representatives at the 2016 election.Joyce re-entered parliament in December 2017 after winning the New England by-election with a big margin against low-profile opposition.