|Bryan Vincent Walsh|
|9th Lord Mayor of Brisbane|
|Preceded by||Clem Jones|
|Succeeded by||Frank Sleeman|
|Political party||Australian Labor Party|
In late 1974 Lord Mayor of Brisbane Clem Jones announced he would not stand in the upcoming election. After resigning the following year he was replaced by Walsh (who had been vice-mayor). Walsh served as Lord Mayor for nine months before losing his seat at the 1976 election.
- "Brisbane's Lord Mayors | Brisbane City Council". www.brisbane.qld.gov.au. Retrieved 2017-03-19.
- Cribb, Margaret N. B. (1975). "Australian political chronicle September-December 1974: Queensland" (PDF). Australian Journal of Politics and History. 21: 73–78.
- Caulfield, Janice; Wanna, John (1995-01-01). Power and Politics in the City: Brisbane in Transition. Macmillan Education AU. ISBN 9780732929992.
- Cribb, Margaret N. B. (1976). "Australian political chronicle January-June 1976: Queensland" (PDF). Australian Journal of Politics and History. 22: 411–416.
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