|33rd Vice-Chancellor of Austria|
21 October 2003 – 11 January 2007
|President||Thomas Klestil |
|Preceded by||Herbert Haupt|
|Succeeded by||Wilhelm Molterer|
|Born||27 July 1956|
|Political party||Alliance for the Future of Austria|
Hubert Gorbach (born 27 July 1956) is an Austrian politician and a member of the Alliance for the Future of Austria (BZÖ). Until April 2005, he was a leading member in the Freedom Party. Born in Vorarlberg, he was vice-governor (German: Landeshauptmannstellvertreter) of Vorarlberg until 2003.
In 2003, he succeeded Herbert Haupt as Vice-Chancellor of Austria. From February 2003 until June 2004, Gorbach was Federal Minister for Transport, Innovation and Technology in Austria in a coalition government headed by the People's Party.
Before starting his political career, he was a manager in the textile industry (Getzner).
He is married and is interested in horses.
He has praised Alexander Lukashenko's Belarus, stating its elections are "up to West European standards".
In October 2011, Hubert Gorbach lost his driving licence because of driving under the influence.