Prime Minister Scott Morrison dismissed Tony Abbott from his new ministry and deprived Peter Dutton of power when he announced a "new generation" ministry.
He gave former National Leader Barnaby Joyce the role of Special Envoy for Drought Support and Recovery.
However, Morrison said Abbott would be welcome to play a similar role if he was interested.
"These roles, I think, provide an opportunity for those who have. In the past, he has held executive positions and continues to make a constructive contribution," said Morrison.
"I look forward to continuing to work with Mr. Abbott on how he can play a role in these areas, but I respect his right to consider these issues as he sees fit."
Marise Payne was appointed new Foreign Minister and replaced outgoing Julie Bishop, while Angus Taylor, a strong opponent of wind energy, becomes energy minister.
He says Taylor's Concentration "It's about reliability, price, the lighting of the lamps and price cuts."
Above all, Morrison has again separated its energy and environmental portfolios. They were the responsibility of Josh Frydenberg, who took over the Treasury portfolio.
The new Minister of the Environment will be Western Australian MEP Melissa Price, a former CBH Group General Counsel and Crosslands Resources, owner of the iron ore of Jack Hills Project in WA.
Morrison has welcomed Peter Dutton back into the herd and given him his old inner life portfolio.
However, he has removed immigration and citizenship from the portfolio and transferred this responsibility to David Coleman, the former assistant, Finance Minister
"Immigration is, of course, a part of national security, but it also always has an important role in the economy Morrison said:
"We need a strong focus on our immigration program to bring the skills and harmony and unity we want out of the program . "
Other ministries are:
Christopher Pyne changes to the defense, former Minister of Trade Steven Ciobo will replace him as Secretary of Defense
Dan Tehan was included in the educational portfolio while Malcolm Turnbull's Education Minister Simon Birmingham moved into trade and tourism Mitch Fifield left the Cabinet last week, returns to communication during Greg Hunt retains his health  Mathias Cormann was cast as Minister of Finance and Senate Chairman, though he voted for Peter Dutton in the top leadership
The Western Australian Deputy Melissa Price was appointed Cabinet Minister for Environment
Karen Andrews is Minister of Industry, Wis Science and Technology
The Minister of Small Business Craig Laundy – an important supporter of Turn Bully's leadership spill – and the local government minister John McVeigh came down from the front bank
Kelly O & Dwyer assumes jobs and labor relations. She was previously the Minister of Revenue and Financial Services.
Another rebel minister, Michaelia Cash moves into small business, crafts and vocational training.
State Assistant Minister Keith Pitt left the front bank on Sunday.
Deputy Leader of the New Liberal Party Josh Frydenberg was already sworn in as treasurer
Morrison's Cabinet – The Complete List
Scott Morrison – Prime Minister
Josh Frydenberg – Treasurer
Marise Payne – Foreign Affairs
David Coleman – Immigration, citizenship and multicultural affairs  Peter Dutton – Domestic Affairs
Melissa Price – Environment
Dan Tehan – Education
Michael McCormack – Deputy Prime Minister, infr. Structure, Transportation, Regional Development  Nigel Scullion – Indigenous Affairs
Michael Keenan – Human Services, Digital Transformation
Brid get McKenzie – regional services, sports, local government, decentralization
Christopher Pyne – Defense
Steve Ciobo – Defense industry
Darren Chester – v eterans affairs, defense personnel, minister who assists the prime minister on the 100th anniversary of Anzac
Simon Birmingham – Trade, tourism, investment
Christian Porter – Attorney General
Alex Hawke – Special Minister
Mitch Fifield – Communications; Arts
Mathias Cormann – Finance, public service, head of government in the Senate
Greg Hunt – Health
Matt Canavan – Resources and Northern Australia
David Littleproud – Agriculture; Water
Kelly O & Dwyer – Jobs, Industrial Relations and Women
Michaelia Cash – Small and family businesses, crafts and vocational training
Karen Andrews – Industry, Science and Technology
Paul Fletcher – Families and Social Services
Angus Taylor – Energy
Ken Wyatt – older Australians and elderly care; Indigenous health
Alan Tudge – Cities, urban infrastructure and population
Additional reporting by Australian Associated Press