PARKER MP Mark Coulton has been been given a promotion in the government's new-look front bench, while New England MP Barnaby Joyce has lost his position as Special Envoy on Drought.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison unveiled the new cabinet on Sunday afternoon, naming Mr Coulton as the Minister for Regional Services, Decentralisation and Local Government.
Mr Coulton will also remain as Assistant Trade and Investment Minister.
Mr Joyce's Special Envoy role has been made moot, with responsibility for the drought transferring to David Littleproud, as Minister for Water Resources and Drought.
Ken Wyatt is the first Indigenous Australian to be the Indigenous Affairs Minster, while Bridget McKenzie will be the nation's first female Agriculture Minister.
Environment Minister has gone to Sussan Ley, and Dan Tehan will retain Education Minister.
Josh Frydenberg remains Treasurer, while Mathias Cormann stays on as Finance Minister.
Stuart Robert will be the Government Services Minister and Minister for the National Disability Insurance Scheme.