Taylor is an electoral district of the House of Assembly in the Australian state of South Australia. This district is named after Doris Irene Taylor MBE, a leading force in the founding of Meals on Wheels, and Australian Labor Party activist. Taylor is a 249.8 km² semi-urban electorate in Adelaide's far northern suburbs and fringe farmland. A large portion of the district lives in its southern edges, corresponding to the northern fringes of Adelaide. It includes the suburbs and communities of Andrews Farm, Buckland Park, Burton, Direk, Edinburgh, Edinburgh North, Lewiston, Macdonald Park, Paralowie, Penfield, Penfield Gardens, St Kilda, Virginia and Waterloo Corner as well as parts of Bolivar, Elizabeth South, Globe Derby Park, Parafield Gardens, Reeves Plains and Salisbury North.
Taylor was created for the 1993 State election, as a safe Australian Labor Party seat, and was won by the defeated Labor Premier Lynn Arnold. He resigned in 1994, triggering a Taylor by-election which saw Trish White retain the seat for Labor.
Members for Taylor