About NatRoad

Our History

In 1994 the Long Distance Road Transport Association (since 1948) and the National Transport Federation (since 1986) combined their strengths to form National Road Transport Operators Association. From this partnership, NatRoad has developed into Australia’s leading association for long-distance and regionally-based road transport operators, merging with the Australian Road Train Association in 2008 to create the largest Australian road freight transport association helping trucking businesses.

What We Do

Our vision confirms the need to enable the industry to remain viable and sustainable into the future by improving the operating environment for the road freight transport industry.

Recognised as a leading voice for industry, we work with government, industry, members, and partners to improve the working environment for all road freight transport operators.

Advocacy

Our industry and members voices are representated through government engagement and consultation.

Expertise

We support members by connecting them with industry experts regarding issues impacting their business across Australia.

Benefits

Committeed to helping members reduce business operating costs by providing industry insights and partner discounts.

Governance

NatRoad is a Not-for-profit with a Board of Directors is responsible for ensuring NatRoad has apprpriate resources to create, protect and enhance industry interests and member value.

Each year an Annual General Meeting (AGM) is held with members notified and encourgae to attend and have their say in how the association is run.