Former attorney-general and immigration minister Philip Ruddock has been elected NSW Liberal Party president.
Mr Ruddock, who is the Mayor of Hornsby, was elected NSW Liberal Party president on Monday, a party spokesman said.
He retired from federal politics in 2016, having been first elected to the House of Representatives in 1973 and is Australia's second longest-serving federal parliamentarian.
Former NSW attorney-general Greg Smith and Kent Johns - who was acting state president - were elected urban vice presidents, with recent senate hopeful Hollie Hughes elected the country vice president.
NSW Liberal state director Chris Stone praised Mr Johns for his time as caretaker president.
"During Kent's period as acting president, the division successfully fought local government elections and a number of important by-elections," Mr Johns said in a statement.
Australian Associated Press