PAULINE Hanson's One Nation Party is looking to stand a federal election candidate in Farrer for the first time in 15 years.
The move follows a campaign in the NSW state seat of Murray with mechanic Tom Weyrich standing for One Nation.
Mr Weyrich is looking to stand in Farrer but has to resolve his citizenship status before a final decision.
Both his parents, who became Australian citizens, were born in Germany and he's seeking advice from that country's consulate.
One Nation's NSW secretary Kate McCulloch, who is a farmer at Corowa, said "we're still going through our selection for Farrer".
"We've had serious interest for Farrer and we will be releasing that (a candidate) after our No.1 Senate candidate is announced within the next 10 days," she said.
Asked if she or Mr Weyrich could be the contender for Farrer, Mrs McCulloch declined to comment.
Mrs McCulloch attracted headlines in 2008 when she opposed an Islamic school at Camden on Sydney's outskirts.
Yesterday Mrs McCulloch told The Border Mail that "was another lifetime ago".
"I don't have a problem with the Muslim community, I have friends who are Muslim," she said.
"I got involved in helping them with female (genital) mutilation."
One Nation vied for Farrer at the 1998, 2001 and 2004 elections.
Its primary vote went from 13.96 per cent to 6.35 to 2.13.
Coincidentally Mr Weyrich stood in the 2001 election, when Liberal Party incumbent Sussan Ley won the seat for the first time.
He got 0.64 per cent of the vote or 485 first preferences in a 12-candidate field.