Electoral district of Cumberland (New South Wales)
Cumberland was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales in outer western Sydney named after Cumberland County. It was created as a three-member electorate with the introduction of proportional representation in 1920, replacing Camden and Hawkesbury. It was abolished in 1927 and replaced by Hawkesbury, Nepean, and parts of Bankstown, Lakemba and Hornsby.
Members for Cumberland
|Voltaire Molesworth||Labor||1920–1925||Bruce Walker||Nationalist||1920–1927||Ernest Carr||Nationalist||1920–1922|
- Electoral district of Cumberland (South Riding) which existed 1856 to 1859
- Electoral district of Cumberland (North Riding) which also existed 1856 to 1859
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