|Austrian Independence Party|
Österreicher Unabhängigkeit Partei
|Leader||Karl von Innsbruck-Brno|
|Founded||October 4 1852|
|Dissolved||July 30 1860|
|Official colours||Red and White|
The Austrian Independence Party (commonly known as the Austrian Party) was a right-wing Austrian party that advocated for greater regional authority in Austria. Founded by Karl von Innsbruck-Brno, Councillor of Austria, the party rejected the more leftist advocation for centralization. In the 1852 elections , the party played an active role in supporting the All-Danubian Conservative Party. The establishment was often attacked as a separtist organization by several notable figures, including Vice-President Ion Horsa Codrinaru, and RUF leader Peter Sík, though it rejected these notions.