Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1973–1976

Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 44th parliament held their seats from 1973 to 1976. They were elected at the 1973 state election,[1] and at by-elections.[2][3][4] The Speaker was Jim Cameron.[5]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
David Arblaster   Liberal Mosman 1972–1984
Sir Robert Askin[lower-alpha 2]   Liberal Pittwater 1950–1975
Brian Bannon   Labor Rockdale 1959–1986
Gordon Barnier   Labor Blacktown 1971–1981
John Barraclough   Liberal Bligh 1968–1981
Eric Bedford   Labor Fairfield 1968–1985
Ken Booth   Labor Wallsend 1960–1988
Jack Boyd   National Country Byron 1973–1984
Laurie Brereton   Labor Heffron 1970–1971, 1973–1990
Ron Brewer[lower-alpha 3]   National Country Goulburn 1965–1984
Malcolm Brooks   Liberal Gosford 1973–1976
Jim Brown   National Country Raleigh 1959–1984
Tim Bruxner   National Country Tenterfield 1962–1981
Tom Cahill   Labor Marrickville 1959–1983
Jim Cameron   Liberal Northcott 1968–1984
Michael Cleary[lower-alpha 4]   Labor Coogee 1974–1991
Jim Clough   Liberal Eastwood 1956–1988
Harold Coates   Independent Blue Mountains 1965–1976
Peter Coleman   Liberal Fuller 1968–1978
Bruce Cowan   National Country Oxley 1965–1980
Peter Cox   Labor Auburn 1965–1988
Bill Crabtree   Labor Kogarah 1953–1983
Geoff Crawford   National Country Barwon 1950–1976
Sir Charles Cutler[lower-alpha 5]   National Country Orange 1947–1975
Douglas Darby   Liberal Manly 1945–1978
Don Day   Labor Casino 1971–1984
Roger Degen   Labor Balmain 1968–1984
John Dowd[lower-alpha 6]   Liberal Lane Cove 1975–1991
Keith Doyle   Liberal Vaucluse 1965–1978
Bruce Duncan   National Country Lismore 1965–1988
Vince Durick   Labor Lakemba 1964–1984
Syd Einfeld   Labor Waverley 1965–1981
Richard Face   Labor Charlestown 1972–2003
Jack Ferguson   Labor Merrylands 1959–1984
Wal Fife[lower-alpha 7]   Liberal Wagga Wagga 1957–1975
Tim Fischer   National Country Sturt 1971–1980, 1980–1984
Col Fisher   National Country Upper Hunter 1970–1988
Pat Flaherty   Labor Granville 1962–1984
Ross Freeman[lower-alpha 4]   Liberal Coogee 1973–1974
George Freudenstein   National Country Young 1959–1981
Lin Gordon   Labor Murrumbidgee 1970–1984
Ian Griffith   Liberal Cronulla 1956–1978
Bill Haigh   Labor Maroubra 1968–1983
Kevin Harrold   Democratic Labor Gordon 1973–1976
John Hatton   Independent South Coast 1973–1995
Dick Healey   Liberal Davidson 1962–1981
Pat Hills   Labor Phillip 1954–1988
David Hunter   Liberal Ashfield 1940–1976
Merv Hunter   Labor Lake Macquarie 1969–1991
John Jackett   Liberal Burwood 1965–1978
Rex Jackson   Labor Heathcote 1955–1986
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   Labor Bankstown 1962–1980
Laurie Kelly   Labor Corrimal 1968–1988
David Leitch   National Country Armidale 1973–1978
Tom Lewis   Liberal Wollondilly 1957–1978
Gordon Mackie   Liberal Albury 1965–1978
Michael Maher   Labor Drummoyne 1973–1982
Dan Mahoney   Labor Parramatta 1959–1976
John Maddison   Liberal Ku-ring-gai 1962–1980
Cliff Mallam   Labor Campbelltown 1953–1968, 1971–1981
John Mason   Liberal Dubbo 1965–1981
Steve Mauger[lower-alpha 8]   Liberal Monaro 1965–1976
Sir Ken McCaw[lower-alpha 6]   Liberal Lane Cove 1947–1975
Laurie McGinty   Liberal Willoughby 1968–1978
Tom Mead   Liberal Hurstville 1965–1976
Mary Meillon   Liberal Murray 1973–1980
Milton Morris   Liberal Maitland 1956–1980
Ron Mulock   Labor Penrith 1971–1988
Lerryn Mutton   Liberal Yaralla 1968–1978
George Neilly   Labor Cessnock 1959–1978
Keith O’Connell   Labor Peats 1971–1984
Clive Osborne   National Country Bathurst 1967–1981
George Paciullo   Labor Liverpool 1971–1989
Noel Park   National Country Tamworth 1973–1991
George Petersen   Labor Illawarra 1968–1988
Neil Pickard   Liberal Hornsby 1973–1991
Leon Punch   National Country Gloucester 1959–1985
Ernie Quinn   Labor Wentworthville 1962–1988
Eric Ramsay   Labor Wollongong 1971–1984
Jack Renshaw   Labor Castlereagh 1941–1980
Ron Rofe   Liberal Nepean 1973–1978
Pat Rogan   Labor East Hills 1973–1999
Kevin Rozzoli   Liberal Hawkesbury 1973–2003
Max Ruddock   Liberal The Hills 1962–1976
Joe Schipp[lower-alpha 7]   Liberal Wagga Wagga 1975–1999
Terry Sheahan   Labor Burrinjuck 1973–1988
Matt Singleton   National Country Clarence 1971–1990
Kevin Stewart   Labor Canterbury 1962–1985
Jim Taylor   National Country Temora 1960–1981
Allan Viney   Liberal Wakehurst 1971–1978
Arthur Wade   Labor Newcastle 1968–1988
John Waddy   Liberal Kirribilli 1962–1976
Frank Walker   Labor Georges River 1970–1988
Tim Walker   Liberal Miranda 1968–1978
Bruce Webster[lower-alpha 2]   Liberal Pittwater 1975–1978
Garry West[lower-alpha 5]   National Country Orange 1976–1996
Sir Eric Willis   Liberal Earlwood 1950–1978
Roger Wotton   National Country Burrendong 1968–1971, 1973–1991
Neville Wran   Labor Bass Hill 1973–1986
  1. The changes to the composition of the house, in chronological order, were: Brewer resigned, Freeman’s election overturned, Askin resigned, McCaw resigned, Fife resigned, Cutler resigned, and Mauger resigned. Monaro Liberal MLA Steve Mauger resigned on 27 January 1976. A by-election was initially called, but this was subsequently cancelled in favour of an early general election.
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  1. Green, Antony. “1973 District List”. New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 21 May 2020.
  2. Green, Antony. “1973-1976 By elections”. New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 21 May 2020.
  3. “Part 5B – Members returned for each electorate”(PDF). New South Wales Parliamentary Record. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 20 April 2020.
  4. “Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006”. New South Wales Parliament. Retrieved 4 December 2019.
  5. “Part Ten – Officers of Parliament”(PDF). NSW Parliamentary Record. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 14 May 2020.[lower-alpha 1]
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