Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 2004–2007

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The 2004-2007 composition of the House. Blue represents the Liberal Party, green the National Party, red the Labor Party, grey independent members, and white are unused seats.

This is a list of members of the Australian House of Representatives from 2004 to 2007, together known as the 41st Parliament. It had a total of 150 members, comprising 74 Liberal, 1 Country Liberal and 12 National members, together forming a Coalition majority government with 87 members. Labor had 60 members and there were 3 independents.

Member Party Electorate State In office
Hon Tony Abbott Liberal Warringah NSW 1994–present
Hon Dick Adams Labor Lyons Tas 1993–2013
Anthony Albanese Labor Grayndler NSW 1996–present
Hon John Anderson National Gwydir NSW 1989–2007
Peter Andren Independent Calare NSW 1996–2007
Hon Kevin Andrews Liberal Menzies Vic 1991–present
Hon Fran Bailey Liberal McEwen Vic 1990–1993, 1996–2010
Hon Bruce Baird Liberal Cook NSW 2001–2007
Mark Baker Liberal Braddon Tas 2004–2007
Hon Bob Baldwin Liberal Paterson NSW 1996–1998, 2001–present
Phil Barresi Liberal Deakin Vic 1996–2007
Kerry Bartlett Liberal Macquarie NSW 1996–2007
Hon Kim Beazley Labor Brand WA 1980–2007
Hon Arch Bevis Labor Brisbane Qld 1990–2010
Hon Bruce Billson Liberal Dunkley Vic 1996–present
Sharon Bird Labor Cunningham NSW 2004–present
Hon Bronwyn Bishop Liberal Mackellar NSW 1994–present
Hon Julie Bishop Liberal Curtin WA 1998–present
Chris Bowen Labor Prospect NSW 2004–present
Russell Broadbent Liberal McMillan Vic 1990–1993, 1996–1998
2004–present
Hon Mal Brough Liberal Longman Qld 1996–2007, 2013–present
Anna Burke Labor Chisholm Vic 1998–present
Tony Burke Labor Watson NSW 2004–present
Anthony Byrne Labor Holt Vic 1999–present
Hon Alan Cadman Liberal Mitchell NSW 1974–2007
Hon Ian Causley National Page NSW 1996–2007
Steven Ciobo Liberal Moncrieff Qld 2001–present
John Cobb National Parkes NSW 2001–present
Ann Corcoran Labor Isaacs Vic 2000–2007
Hon Peter Costello Liberal Higgins Vic 1990–2009
Hon Simon Crean Labor Hotham Vic 1990–2013
Michael Danby Labor Melbourne Ports Vic 1998–present
Hon Alexander Downer Liberal Mayo SA 1984–2008
Trish Draper Liberal Makin SA 1996–2007
Hon Peter Dutton Liberal Dickson Qld 2001–present
Hon Graham Edwards Labor Cowan WA 1998–2007
Justine Elliot Labor Richmond NSW 2004–present
Annette Ellis Labor Canberra ACT 1996–2010
Kate Ellis Labor Adelaide SA 2004–present
Kay Elson Liberal Forde Qld 1996–2007
Dr Craig Emerson Labor Rankin Qld 1998–2013
Hon Warren Entsch Liberal Leichhardt Qld 1996–2007, 2010–present
Hon Pat Farmer Liberal Macarthur NSW 2001–2010
David Fawcett Liberal Wakefield SA 2004–2007
Laurie Ferguson Labor Reid NSW 1990–present
Martin Ferguson Labor Batman Vic 1996–2013
Michael Ferguson Liberal Bass Tas 2004–2007
Joel Fitzgibbon Labor Hunter NSW 1996–present
John Forrest National Mallee Vic 1993–2013
Hon Teresa Gambaro Liberal Petrie Qld 1996–2007, 2010–present
Peter Garrett Labor Kingsford Smith NSW 2004–2013
Joanna Gash Liberal Gilmore NSW 1996–2013
Jennie George Labor Throsby NSW 2001–2010
Steve Georganas Labor Hindmarsh SA 2004–2013
Petro Georgiou Liberal Kooyong Vic 1994–2010
Steve Gibbons Labor Bendigo Vic 1998–2013
Julia Gillard Labor Lalor Vic 1998–2013
Sharon Grierson Labor Newcastle NSW 2001–2013
Alan Griffin Labor Bruce Vic 1993–present
Barry Haase Liberal Kalgoorlie WA 1998–2013
Jill Hall Labor Shortland NSW 1998–present
Hon Gary Hardgrave Liberal Moreton Qld 1996–2007
Luke Hartsuyker National Cowper NSW 2001–present
Michael Hatton Labor Blaxland NSW 1996–2007
Hon David Hawker Liberal Wannon Vic 1983–2010
Chris Hayes[1] Labor Werriwa NSW 2005–present
Stuart Henry Liberal Hasluck WA 2004–2007
Kelly Hoare Labor Charlton NSW 1998–2007
Hon Joe Hockey Liberal North Sydney NSW 1996–present
Hon John Howard Liberal Bennelong NSW 1974–2007
Kay Hull National Riverina NSW 1998–2010
Hon Greg Hunt Liberal Flinders Vic 2001–present
Julia Irwin Labor Fowler NSW 1998–2010
Harry Jenkins Labor Scullin Vic 1986–2013
Dr Dennis Jensen Liberal Tangney WA 2004–present
Michael Johnson Liberal Ryan Qld 2001–2010
Hon David Jull Liberal Fadden Qld 1975–1983, 1984–2007
Hon Bob Katter Independent Kennedy Qld 1993–present
Michael Keenan Liberal Stirling WA 2004–present
Hon De-Anne Kelly National Dawson Qld 1996–2007
Hon Jackie Kelly Liberal Lindsay NSW 1996–2007
Hon Duncan Kerr Labor Denison Tas 1987–2010
Catherine King Labor Ballarat Vic 2001–present
Dr Andrew Laming Liberal Bowman Qld 2004–present
Hon Dr Carmen Lawrence Labor Fremantle WA 1994–2007
Mark Latham[1] Labor Werriwa NSW 1994–2005
Hon Sussan Ley Liberal Farrer NSW 2001–present
Peter Lindsay Liberal Herbert Qld 1996–2010
Kirsten Livermore Labor Capricornia Qld 1998–2013
Hon Jim Lloyd Liberal Robertson NSW 1996–2007
Stewart McArthur Liberal Corangamite Vic 1984–2007
Robert McClelland Labor Barton NSW 1996–2013
Hon Ian Macfarlane Liberal Groom Qld 1998–present
Hon Peter McGauran National Gippsland Vic 1983–2008
Hon Bob McMullan Labor Fraser ACT 1996–2010
Jenny Macklin Labor Jagajaga Vic 1996–present
Louise Markus Liberal Greenway NSW 2004–present
Margaret May Liberal McPherson Qld 1998–2010
Daryl Melham Labor Banks NSW 1990–2013
Sophie Mirabella Liberal Indi Vic 2001–present
Hon Judi Moylan Liberal Pearce WA 1993–2013
John Murphy Labor Lowe NSW 1998–present
Hon Gary Nairn Liberal Eden-Monaro NSW 1996–2007
Hon Dr Brendan Nelson Liberal Bradfield NSW 1996–2009
Paul Neville National Hinkler Qld 1993–2013
Brendan O'Connor Labor Gorton Vic 2001–present
Gavan O'Connor Labor Corio Vic 1993–2007
Julie Owens Labor Parramatta NSW 2004–present
Hon Chris Pearce Liberal Aston Vic 2001–2010
Tanya Plibersek Labor Sydney NSW 1998–present
Hon Roger Price Labor Chifley NSW 1984–2010
Hon Geoff Prosser Liberal Forrest WA 1987–2007
Hon Christopher Pyne Liberal Sturt SA 1993–present
Harry Quick Labor/Independent[2] Franklin Tas 1993–2007
Don Randall Liberal Canning WA 1996–1998, 2001–present
Kym Richardson Liberal Kingston SA 2004–2007
Bernie Ripoll Labor Oxley Qld 1998–present
Hon Andrew Robb Liberal Goldstein Vic 2004–present
Nicola Roxon Labor Gellibrand Vic 1998–2013
Kevin Rudd Labor Griffith Qld 1998–2013
Hon Philip Ruddock Liberal Berowra NSW 1973–present
Rod Sawford Labor Port Adelaide SA 1988–2007
Alby Schultz Liberal Hume NSW 1998–2013
Hon Bruce Scott National Maranoa Qld 1990–present
Patrick Secker Liberal Barker SA 1998–2013
Bob Sercombe Labor Maribyrnong Vic 1996–2007
Hon Peter Slipper Liberal Fisher Qld 1984-87, 1993–2013
Stephen Smith Labor Perth WA 1993–2013
Hon Tony Smith Liberal Casey Vic 2001–present
Hon Warren Snowdon Labor Lingiari NT 1987–1996, 1998–present
Hon Alex Somlyay Liberal Fairfax Qld 1990–2013
Dr Andrew Southcott Liberal Boothby SA 1996–present
Hon Dr Sharman Stone Liberal Murray Vic 1996–present
Wayne Swan Labor Lilley Qld 1993–1996, 1998–present
Lindsay Tanner Labor Melbourne Vic 1993–2010
Cameron Thompson Liberal Blair Qld 1998–2007
Kelvin Thomson Labor Wills Vic 1996–present
Ken Ticehurst Liberal Dobell NSW 2001–2007
Dave Tollner CLP Solomon NT 2001–2007
Hon Malcolm Turnbull Liberal Wentworth NSW 2004–present
Hon Warren Truss National Wide Bay Qld 1990–present
Hon Wilson Tuckey Liberal O'Connor WA 1980–2010
Hon Mark Vaile National Lyne NSW 1993–2008
Hon Danna Vale Liberal Hughes NSW 1996–2010
Maria Vamvakinou Labor Calwell Vic 2001–present
Ross Vasta Liberal Bonner Qld 2004–2007, 2010–present
Barry Wakelin Liberal Grey SA 1993–2007
Dr Mal Washer Liberal Moore WA 1998–2013
Kim Wilkie Labor Swan WA 1998–2007
Tony Windsor Independent New England NSW 2001–2013
Jason Wood Liberal La Trobe Vic 2004–2010, 2013–present
1 The Labor member for Werriwa, former opposition leader Mark Latham, resigned on 18 January 2005 citing health concerns. The Labor candidate Chris Hayes won the resulting by-election on 19 March.
2 Franklin MP Harry Quick was expelled from the Labor Party on 20 August 2007 for failing to pay dues to the party. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.

See also[edit]

Members of the Australian Parliament
House of Representatives

2001–2004  · 2004–2007  · 2007–2010

Senate

2002–2005  · 2005–2008  · 2008–2011