The Small Business Party is a new political party representing the perspective of small business owners in New South Wales politics.

Angela Vithoulkas is the founder and leader of the party.  A small business owner, twice elected independent City of Sydney Councillor and small business advocate, she has most recently successfully campaigned for small business owners to receive rent relief to compensate for the devastating impact of light rail construction in Sydney’s CBD and surrounding suburbs.

The Small Business Party is fighting to ensure that small business is front and centre when it comes to Government policy and decision making.

As well as holding the NSW Government to account,  small business needs a voice in Canberra as part of the Federal parliament. 

But, we can’t do this alone!  We need you to get behind us and JOIN.

Joining is FREE and EASY –  simply fill in the form below. 

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Your information will only be used for The Small Business Party registration purposes and to keep you up to date with our activities as we give small business a voice across Australia.

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If you would like to find out more about The Small Business Party read our Frequently Asked Questions.

If you would like to volunteer and get involved, please head to our Volunteer Page


Australia is a nation that is built off the back of small business.

By joining the party you are supporting the small business owners who add diversity and vibrancy to our local communities.

If you have any questions or an issue you feel could use our help please,

email or phone 0413 611 334.  


If we remove the burden of land tax from NSW, we reduce the overheads necessary for businesses to operate, but also assist with housing affordability for families and communities.

The Small Business Party believes that land tax is a significant inhibitor to business and family stability. As land taxes continue to rise in NSW, these costs need to be accounted for in some way and more often than not are passed onto those small businesses and families.

This is another tax on property in NSW, which is already heavily and unfairly taxed.

On average across Sydney in 2018 - land tax accounted for the following extra costs on private tenants and commercial lessees:

  • An average of $5028 in land tax (on a residential investment property)
    • This equals an extra $100 PER WEEK to the average renter in Sydney
  • An average of $21028 in land tax (on a commercial investment property)
    • This equals an extra $400 PER WEEK to the average commercial tenant in Sydney