Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1978–1981

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Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1978–1981

This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1978 to 1981, as elected at the 1978 election.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
John Akister Labor Monaro 1976–1988
Peter Anderson Labor Nepean 1978–1988, 1989–1995
David Arblaster Liberal Mosman 1972–1984
Brian Bannon Labor Rockdale 1959–1986
Gordon Barnier Labor Blacktown 1971–1981
Hon John Barraclough Liberal Bligh 1968–1981
Hon Eric Bedford Labor Fairfield 1968–1985
Ken Booth Labor Wallsend 1960–1988
Jack Boyd NCP Byron 1973–1984
Laurie Brereton Labor Heffron 1970–1971, 1973–1990
Ron Brewer NCP Goulburn 1965–1984
Eddie Britt Labor Willoughby 1978–1981
Bob Brown [5] Labor Cessnock 1978–1980
Jim Brown NCP Raleigh 1959–1984
Hon Tim Bruxner NCP Tenterfield 1962–1981
Tom Cahill Labor Marrickville 1959–1983
Jim Cameron Liberal Northcott 1968–1984
Fred Caterson Liberal The Hills 1976–1990
Rodney Cavalier Labor Fuller 1978–1988
Hon Michael Cleary Labor Coogee 1974–1991
Jim Clough Liberal Eastwood 1956–1988
Mick Clough Labor Blue Mountains 1976–1988, 1991–1999
Bruce Cowan [6] NCP Oxley 1965–1980
Peter Cox Labor Auburn 1965–1988
Hon Bill Crabtree Labor Kogarah 1953–1983
Jim Curran [1] Labor Castlereagh 1980–1981
Don Day Labor Casino 1971–1984
Roger Degen Labor Balmain 1968–1984
John Dowd Liberal Lane Cove 1975–1991
Bruce Duncan NCP Lismore 1965–1988
Vince Durick Labor Lakemba 1964–1984
Michael Egan Labor Cronulla 1978–1984
Hon Syd Einfeld Labor Waverley 1965–1981
Richard Face Labor Charlestown 1972–2003
Hon Jack Ferguson Labor Merrylands 1959–1984
Tim Fischer [2] NCP Sturt/Murray [2] 1971–1980, 1980–1984
Col Fisher NCP Upper Hunter 1970–1988
Pat Flaherty Labor Granville 1962–1984
Rosemary Foot Liberal Vaucluse 1978–1986
Ken Gabb Labor Earlwood 1978–1988
Lin Gordon Labor Murrumbidgee 1970–1984
Nick Greiner [3] Liberal Ku-ring-gai 1980–1992
Hon Bill Haigh Labor Maroubra 1968–1983
John Hatton Independent South Coast 1973–1995
Hon George Freudenstein NCP Young 1959–1981
Dick Healey Liberal Davidson 1962–1981
Pat Hills Labor Phillip 1954–1988
Merv Hunter Labor Lake Macquarie 1969–1991
Rex Jackson Labor Heathcote 1955–1986
Hon Harry Jensen Labor Munmorah 1965–1981
Tony Johnson Labor Mount Druitt 1973–1983
Lew Johnstone Labor Broken Hill 1965–1981
Sam Jones Labor Waratah 1965–1984
Maurie Keane Labor Woronora 1973–1988
Nick Kearns [4] Labor Bankstown 1962–1980
Hon Laurie Kelly Labor Corrimal 1968–1988
Peter King [6] NCP Oxley 1981
Bill Knott Labor Wollondilly 1978–1986
Michael Maher Labor Drummoyne 1973–1982
Hon John Maddison [3] Liberal Ku-ring-gai 1962–1980
Harold Mair Labor Albury 1978–1988
Cliff Mallam Labor Campbelltown 1953–1968, 1971–1981
John Mason Liberal Dubbo 1965–1981
Bill McCarthy Labor Armidale 1978–1987
Bruce McDonald Liberal Kirribilli 1976–1981
Brian McGowan Labor Gosford 1976–1988
Garry McIlwaine Labor Yaralla 1978–1988
Mary Meillon [2] Liberal Murray 1973–1980
Ric Mochalski [4] Labor Bankstown 1980–1986
Tim Moore Liberal Gordon 1976–1992
Hon Milton Morris [7] Liberal Maitland 1956–1980
Hon Ron Mulock Labor Penrith 1971–1988
Wal Murray NCP Barwon 1976–1995
Stan Neilly [5] Labor Cessnock 1981–1988, 1991–1999
Keith O'Connell Labor Peats 1971–1984
Phil O'Neill Labor Burwood 1978–1984
Clive Osborne NCP Bathurst 1967–1981
George Paciullo Labor Liverpool 1971–1989
Noel Park NCP Tamworth 1973–1991
George Petersen Labor Illawarra 1968–1988
Neil Pickard Liberal Hornsby 1973–1991
Hon Leon Punch NCP Gloucester 1959–1985
Ernie Quinn Labor Wentworthville 1962–1988
Eric Ramsay Labor Wollongong 1971–1984
Hon Jack Renshaw [1] Labor Castlereagh 1941–1980
Bill Robb Labor Miranda 1978–1984
Pat Rogan Labor East Hills 1973–1999
Kevin Rozzoli Liberal Hawkesbury 1973–2003
Kevin Ryan Labor Hurstville 1976–1984
Joe Schipp Liberal Wagga Wagga 1975–1999
Terry Sheahan Labor Burrinjuck 1973–1988
Matt Singleton NCP Clarence 1971–1990
Max Smith Liberal Pittwater 1978–1986
Alan Stewart Labor Manly 1978–1984
Hon Kevin Stewart Labor Canterbury 1962–1985
John Sullivan [2] NCP Sturt 1981
Jim Taylor NCP Temora 1960–1981
Peter Toms [7] Liberal Maitland 1981
Arthur Wade Labor Newcastle 1968–1988
Frank Walker Labor Georges River 1970–1988
Tom Webster Labor Wakehurst 1978–1984
Garry West NCP Orange 1976–1996
Paul Whelan Labor Ashfield 1976–2003
Barry Wilde Labor Parramatta 1976–1988
Roger Wotton NCP Burrendong 1968–1971, 1973–1991
Hon Neville Wran Labor Bass Hill 1973–1986
1 Castlereagh Labor MLA Jack Renshaw resigned on January 29, 1980. Labor candidate Jim Curran won the resulting by-election on 23 February.
2 Murray Liberal MLA Mary Meillon died on June 9, 1980. Tim Fischer, then the incumbent NCP member for the then-soon-to-be-abolished seat of Sturt resigned his seat and contested and won the resulting by-election for the NCP on 13 September 1980. This in turn resulted in another by-election in Sturt, which was won by NCP candidate and former federal MP John Sullivan on 21 February 1981.
3 Ku-ring-gai Liberal MLA John Maddison resigned on July 4, 1980. Liberal candidate Nick Greiner won the resulting by-election on 13 September.
4 Bankstown Labor MLA Nick Kearns died on July 24, 1980. Labor candidate Ric Mochalski won the resulting by-election on 13 September.
5 Cessnock Labor MLA Bob Brown resigned on 29 August 1980 in order to contest the federal seat of Hunter at the 1980 election. Labor candidate Stan Neilly won the resulting by-election on 21 February 1981.
6 Oxley NCP MLA Bruce Cowan resigned on 29 August 1980 in order to contest the federal seat of Lyne at the 1980 election. NCP candidate Peter King won the resulting by-election on 21 February 1981.
7 Maitland Liberal MLA Milton Morris resigned on 29 August 1980 in order to contest the federal seat of Lyne at the 1980 election. Liberal candidate Peter Toms won the resulting by-election on 21 February 1981.

See also

Members of the Parliament of New South Wales
Legislative Council

1976–1978 β€’ 1978–1981 β€’ 1981–1984

Legislative Assembly

1976–1978 β€’ 1978–1981 β€’ 1981–1984


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