"When we started talking about the Australian Party, we realised that is a lot broader than just censorship and a lot of the policies are a lot broader."
Also on the party's list of policies, to be announced at the launch, is a national education school curriculum.
"With the internet and the fear that children are being at an early age, the first key action on that will be education," Ms Patten said.
"Other countries such as the UK are introducing a national curriculum and we think we should follow that."
The party would also look to overturn rules under which overseas aid was not given to health clinics that were pro-choice, she said.
The party's provocative and potentially alienating name was a decision the group wrestled with, Ms Patten said.