Candidates of the Australian federal election, 1974

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This article provides information on candidates who stood for the 1974 Australian federal election. The election was held on 18 May 1974.

Redistributions and seat changes[edit]

Retiring Members and Senators[edit]

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

Democratic Labor[edit]

Independent[edit]

House of Representatives[edit]

Sitting members at the time of the election are shown in bold text. Successful candidates are highlighted in the relevant colour. Where there is possible confusion, an asterisk (*) is also used.

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Australia candidate Other candidates
 
Canberra Labor Kep Enderby Peter Hughes (Lib)
Dorothy Mattress (CP)
Mary Thomas Doreen Story (ARP)
Fraser Labor Ken Fry Stephen Lamb (CP)
Larry Pickering (Lib)
John Filler Anthony Emerson-Elliott (Ind)
Kevin Wise (Ind)

New South Wales[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Australia candidate Other candidates
 
Banks Labor Vince Martin Peter Kintominas (Lib) Garry Bennett
Barton Labor Len Reynolds Jim Bradfield (Lib) Charles Margetson
Bennelong Liberal Dick Hall John Howard (Lib) Gillian Sutton John Anlezark (Ind)
Berowra Liberal George Williams Harry Edwards (Lib) Patricia Wallace
Blaxland Labor Paul Keating Wallace Smallwood (Lib) Kenneth Higgs
Bradfield Liberal Bruce Abrahams David Connolly (Lib) Colvin Johnston
Calare Country Neville Bowers
Francis Hall
John England (CP) Douglas Bray
Chifley Labor John Armitage Patricia Robinson (Lib) Phillip Lambert
Cook Labor Ray Thorburn Don Dobie (Lib) Milo Dunphy Ronald Gallagher (Ind)
Cowper Country Thomas Cronin Ian Robinson (CP) James Davies Raymond Hardy (Ind)
Cunningham Labor Rex Connor Warren Hough (Lib) Susan Healy
Darling Labor John FitzPatrick Max Overton (CP)
William Thornton (Lib)
Peter Farry
Eden-Monaro Labor Bob Whan Jonathan Bell (Lib)
Ron Brewer (CP)
Keith Hughes
Evans Labor Allan Mulder John Abel (Lib) Paul Flottmann John McGarity (Ind)
Farrer Liberal Kevin Esler David Fairbairn (Lib) Peter Benton
Grayndler Labor Fred Daly Jonathan Fowler (Lib) Gregory Berry
Gwydir Country Francis Bourke Ralph Hunt (CP) James Thompson
Hughes Labor Les Johnson Philip Benwell (Lib) Walter Skarschewski
Hume Labor Frank Olley Stephen Lusher* (CP)
Graham Thompson (Lib)
John Gedye
Hunter Labor Bert James Alex Bevan (Lib) Des Kynaston
Kingsford-Smith Labor Lionel Bowen Gary McCready (Lib) Anthony Green
Lang Labor Frank Stewart Barry Peffer (Lib) George Edgell
Lowe Liberal Doug Sutherland William McMahon (Lib) Bent Poulsen Bronte Douglas (Ind)
Lyne Country Ken Reed Philip Lucock (CP) David Haig
Macarthur Labor John Kerin David Wood (Lib) Jill Kerr
Mackellar Liberal Evan Davies Bill Wentworth (Lib) Noel Gash
Macquarie Labor Tony Luchetti Michael Hunt (CP)
Malcolm Mackay (Lib)
Steven Parrott (CP)
Gregory Woodward
Mitchell Labor Alfred Ashley-Brown Alan Cadman (Lib) John Butterworth
New England Country William Bischoff Ian Sinclair (CP) Brian Edwards
Newcastle Labor Charles Jones Arthur Thomas (Lib) Ellen Rose
North Sydney Liberal Patrick Healy Bill Graham (Lib) James Feros Romualds Kemps (Ind)
Parramatta Liberal Barry Wilde Philip Ruddock (Lib) Robert MacKenzie Derek Barker (Ind)
Paterson Country Noel Unicomb Frank O'Keefe (CP) Robert Fowler
Phillip Labor Joe Riordan Jack Cunningham (Lib) Virginia Walker David Taylor (Ind)
Prospect Labor Dick Klugman Donald MacDonald (Lib) Geoffrey Thomas
Reid Labor Tom Uren Thomas Faulkner (Lib) Astrid O'Neill
Richmond Country Frederick Braid Doug Anthony (CP) Bernard Walrut
Riverina Labor Al Grassby Donald Mackay (Lib)
John Sullivan* (CP)
John Thomson
Robertson Labor Barry Cohen Hugh Chalmers (Lib) Jennifer Baker
St George Labor Bill Morrison Brian Booth (Lib) Harry Jagers
Shortland Labor Peter Morris David Morris (Lib) John Steele Lionel Lambkin (Ind)
Sydney Labor Jim Cope Janis Wallace (Lib) Julia Bovard Pat Clancy (SPA)
Warringah Liberal Allan Hughes Michael MacKellar (Lib) Allan Mann Edwin Mayne (Ind)
Eric Riches (Ind)
Wentworth Liberal Paul Hawcroft Bob Ellicott (Lib) Julia Featherstone
Werriwa Labor Gough Whitlam Michael Darby (Lib) Robert Tuckwell Robert Demkiw (Ind)
Steve Dodd (Ind)
Eileen Eason (Ind)
Ross May (NSP)
Veljko Prlja (Ind)
Ian Robertson (Ind)
Leslie Shaw (Ind)
Margaret Tomkins (Ind)
Arthur Wiles (Ind)

Northern Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Country candidate Independent candidate
 
Northern Territory Country John Waters Sam Calder Alexander Allan-Stewart

Queensland[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Australia candidate Independent candidate
 
Bowman Labor Len Keogh David Jull (Lib)
Gerry Langevad (CP)
Winifred Sharkey
Brisbane Labor Manfred Cross Jim Anderson (Lib)
Bill Siller (CP)
Jeffrey Malyon
Capricornia Labor Doug Everingham Kevin Connor (CP)
Noel Kenny (Lib)
Therese Warner
Darling Downs Country Ronald Madden Tom McVeigh (CP) William Nobes
Dawson Labor Rex Patterson Ray Braithwaite (CP)
Fisher Country Hamish Linacre Evan Adermann (CP)
Griffith Liberal Clem Jones Don Cameron (Lib) Beth Smith Cecil Birchley
Herbert Liberal John Rockett Robert Bonnett (Lib) Leonard Weber
Kennedy Country Tony McGrady Bob Katter (CP)
Leichhardt Labor Bill Fulton Herbert Marsh (CP) Robert Ellwood
Lilley Labor Frank Doyle Kevin Cairns* (Lib)
Albert Postle (CP)
James Webb
McPherson Liberal Tom Veivers Eric Robinson (Lib) Robert Richardson
Maranoa Country Janice Saltau James Corbett (CP)
Moreton Liberal William Forgan-Smith James Killen (Lib) Robert McClintock
Oxley Labor Bill Hayden Allan Whybird (Lib) Arthur Smith
Petrie Liberal Denis Murphy Peter Addison (CP)
John Hodges* (Lib)
Jill Ritchie
Ryan Liberal James Herlihy Nigel Drury (Lib) Ruth Chenoweth
Wide Bay Labor Brendan Hansen Clarrie Millar* (CP)
Ian Theodore (Lib)

South Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate LM candidate Australia candidate Independent candidate
 
Adelaide Labor Chris Hurford Harold Steele (Lib) Ray Buttery John Davies
Angas Liberal Adolf Thiel Geoffrey Giles* (Lib)
Sam Pfeiffer (CP)
Henry Nicholls Kate Hannaford
Barker Liberal Jim Hennessy Malcolm Adams (CP)
Jim Forbes* (Lib)
Dick Clampett Colyn van Reenen Arthur Strachan
Bonython Labor Martin Nicholls Alan Irving (CP)
Rudolph Masopust (Lib)
Jan Staska Derek Ball
Boothby Liberal John Trainer John McLeay (Lib) Peter Berman Colin Miller
Grey Labor Laurie Wallis Dennis Burman (Lib)
George Heading (CP)
Nigel Clarke Bill McMahon
Hawker Labor Ralph Jacobi Henry Winter (Lib) Peter Holder Phillip Vickery
Hindmarsh Labor Clyde Cameron Iris MacDonald (Lib) Kelvin Schultz Wayne Kelly
Kingston Labor Richard Gun Peter Tonkin (Lib) Peter Heysen Janet Veilands
Port Adelaide Labor Mick Young Clarence Hinson (Lib) Jean Lawrie Alan Jamieson James Mitchell
Sturt Liberal Graham Maguire Ian Wilson (Lib) Betty Hall Roger Marshman Anthony Figallo
Wakefield Liberal Peter Dewhurst Ronald Crosby (CP)
Bert Kelly* (Lib)
John Freebairn Ian Swan

Tasmania[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Other candidates
 
Bass Labor Lance Barnard John Beswick
Braddon Labor Ron Davies Ray Groom John Chapman-Mortimer (Ind)
Walter Roach (AP)
Denison Labor John Coates Michael Hodgman
Franklin Labor Ray Sherry Leo Jarvis
Wilmot Labor Gil Duthie Max Burr

Victoria[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate DLP candidate Australia candidate Independent candidate
 
Balaclava Liberal Irene Dunsmuir Ian Macphee (Lib) Peter Lawlor Michael Muschamp
Ballaarat Liberal David Williams Dudley Erwin (Lib) Bryan Hanrahan Pamela Clifford
Batman Labor Horrie Garrick Keith Smith (Lib) Kevin Barry Geoffrey Loftus-Hills
Bendigo Liberal David Kennedy John Bourchier (Lib) Paul Brennan Robert Stenton Joe Pearce (Ind)
Bruce Liberal Russell Oakley Billy Snedden (Lib) Rex Harper Iris Pederick Glen Mann (Ind)
Diana Martin (Ind)
John Ryan (Ind)
Burke Labor Keith Johnson Claus Salger (Lib) Colin Walsh Alexander Gerocs
Casey Labor Race Mathews Peter Falconer (Lib) John McKenna Clive Champion Joe Schillani (ARP)
Chisholm Liberal Alastair Nicholson Tony Staley (Lib) Joseph Stanley Frank Penhalluriack
Corangamite Liberal Edwin Morris Tony Street (Lib) Francis O'Brien Ian Slater
Corio Labor Gordon Scholes Gordon Hall (Lib) John Timberlake Guenter Sahr
Deakin Liberal Gavan Oakley Alan Jarman (Lib) Jim Brosnan Harold Jeffrey William French (Ind)
Stanley Lyden (Ind)
Diamond Valley Labor David McKenzie Geoffrey Waite (Lib) Christopher Curtis Harold Taskis Victor Gibson (Ind)
Flinders Liberal Colin Bednall Phillip Lynch (Lib) John Glynn David Heath Beatrice Faust (Ind)
Gellibrand Labor Ralph Willis Cecile Storey (Lib) Bert Bailey Veronica Schwarz
Gippsland Country Hugh Oakes Peter Nixon (CP) John Condon John Bowron
Henty Liberal Joan Child Max Fox (Lib) Terence Farrell Michael Hughes
Higgins Liberal Wilhelm Kapphan John Gorton (Lib) Thomas Magree Rafe Slaney
Holt Labor Max Oldmeadow Len Reid (Lib) Robert Fidler Joseph Busuttil
Hotham Liberal Tony Ross Don Chipp (Lib) Frank Gaffy Richard Franklin John Murray (ARP)
Indi Country Alan Bell Mac Holten (CP) Christopher Cody Jim Dimo
Isaacs Liberal Gareth Clayton David Hamer (Lib) William Lech Elizabeth Chesterfield James Bernard (Ind)
Janus Fawke (Ind)
Kooyong Liberal Wellington Lee Andrew Peacock (Lib) Francis Duffy Frances Vorrath Ian Channell (Ind)
La Trobe Labor Tony Lamb Marshall Baillieu (Lib) Daniel Mason Don Walters William Bryant (Ind)
Lalor Labor Jim Cairns Francis Purnell (Lib) John Bacon William Inglis
Mallee Country Brian Smith Peter Fisher (CP) Stanley Croughnan John Grigg
Maribyrnong Labor Moss Cass Rex Webb (Lib) Paul McManus John Watson
McMillan Country Barry Murphy Ronald Dent (Lib)
Arthur Hewson* (CP)
Les Hilton Ronald Broadhurst
Melbourne Labor Ted Innes Haset Sali (Lib) Anna Linard Martin Kerr Philip Scott (Ind)
Melbourne Ports Labor Frank Crean John Walsh (Lib) John Johnston Beverley Broadbent
Murray Country Dennis Dodd Bill Hunter (Lib)
Bruce Lloyd* (CP)
Patrick Payne Peter Schoeffel Hugh Dunn (Ind)
Scullin Labor Harry Jenkins Alan Stanley (Lib) Bernard McGrath John Kotre
Wannon Liberal Ted Garth Malcolm Fraser (Lib) John Casanova Peter Hopgood
Wills Labor Gordon Bryant John Bales (Lib) John Flint Stanley Bell Bruce Drinkwater (ARP)
Wimmera Country Brian Brooke Robert King* (CP)
Heather Mitchell (Lib)
Kevin Dunn Keith Sullivan

Western Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate NA candidate Australia candidate Other candidates
 
Canning Country James Laffer Mel Bungey John Hallett John Duncan
Curtin Liberal John Crouch Victor Garland Terry McDonnell Dennis Fyfe Jeannette Forsyth (Ind)
Forrest Liberal Albert Newman Peter Drummond Terence Best Lawrence Gibson
Fremantle Labor Kim Beazley Douglas Fernihough Peter Moorehouse Charles Pierce
Kalgoorlie Labor Fred Collard Mick Cotter George Kyros Ian Kelly James Jackson (Ind)
Moore Country Rodney Boland John Hyde Don Maisey Sydney Hickman
Perth Labor Joe Berinson Derrick Tomlinson Dorothy Cranley Wilfred Campin Paul Marsh (CPA)
Stirling Liberal Graham Reece Ian Viner Marie Clark Carolyn Tonge
Swan Labor Adrian Bennett Geoffrey Hale Pietro Bendotti Archelaus Marshall
Tangney Labor John Dawkins Peter Whyte June Bunce Wendy Russell-Brown

Senate[edit]

Sitting Senators are shown in bold text. Since this was a double dissolution election, all senators were up for re-election. The first five successful candidates from each state were elected to a six-year term, the remaining five to a three-year term. Tickets that elected at least one Senator are highlighted in the relevant colour. Successful candidates are identified by an asterisk (*).

New South Wales[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending six seats. The Liberal-Country Coalition was defending three seats. The Democratic Labor Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates Communist candidates NSP candidates
 
  1. Lionel Murphy*
  2. Doug McClelland*
  3. Tony Mulvihill*
  4. Jim McClelland*
  5. Arthur Gietzelt*
  6. Peter Westerway
  1. Bob Cotton* (Lib)
  2. John Carrick* (Lib)
  3. Douglas Scott* (CP)
  4. Sir Kenneth Anderson* (Lib)
  5. Peter Baume* (Lib)
  6. Doug Moppett (CP)
  1. Jack Kane
  2. Peter Keogh
  3. William Casey
  1. Bridget Gilling
  2. Gordon Barton
  3. Mike Donelan
  1. Jack Mundey
  2. Patricia Miller
  3. Brian McGahen
  1. John Stewart
  2. Robert Cameron
Republican candidates Social Credit candidates Group A candidates Group B candidates Group D candidates Group E candidates
 
  1. Brian Buckley
  2. Kieran O'Grady
  1. Alan Pagett
  2. Allan Boulton
  1. James Malcolm
  2. James Hampson
  1. Ronald Sarina
  2. John Thomas
  1. Frieda Brown
  2. Fred Nile
  3. Kenneth Harrison
  1. Keith Roser
  2. Peter Lawrence
Group J candidates Group K candidates Group L candidates Group N candidates Group P candidates Group R candidates
 
  1. Sandor Torzsok
  2. Elizabeth Collins
  1. Noel Macdonald
  2. Nicholas Maina
  3. Albert Clappeton
  4. Barry Clancy
  1. Bruce Taber
  2. Trevor Williams
  1. Alfred Stoney
  2. Daniel Neville
  3. George Alexander
  1. Alexander Gillman
  2. Reginald King
  3. William Whiston
  1. Helen Stables
  2. Patricia Taylor
  3. Lorraine O'Callaghan
  4. Patricia Alcorn
  5. Lorraine Parkinson
  6. Robyn Swan
  7. Frances Fleeton
Ungrouped candidates
 

Frances Hancock
Cecil Carter
Frank Browne

Brian Howard
Marcus Aussie-Stone
Tiiu Kroll

Douglas Fahey
Arthur Renforth
Leopold Heimburger

Roger Pedley
Charles Bellchambers
James McClelland

Dianne Allen
Catherine Dalton
Ivor F

Joseph Gelbar

Queensland[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal-Country Coalition was defending four seats. The Democratic Labor Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates Group C candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Bertie Milliner*
  2. George Georges*
  3. Jim Keeffe*
  4. Ron McAuliffe*
  5. Mal Colston
  6. Brian Kilmartin
  1. Ian Wood* (Lib)
  2. Ron Maunsell* (CP)
  3. Neville Bonner* (Lib)
  4. Ellis Lawrie* (CP)
  5. Kathy Martin* (Lib)
  6. Glen Sheil* (CP)
  1. Condon Byrne
  2. Geoffrey Maule
  3. Jack Williams
  1. Robert Wensley
  2. Joan Wright
  3. Patrick Callioni
  1. Torstein Hundloe
  2. Janet McNicol

Alan Russell
Pamela Woods
William Steer
Edward Farmer
Hubert Giesberts

South Australia[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats. The Liberal Party was defending five seats.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates LM candidates Country candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates
 
  1. Reg Bishop*
  2. Jim Cavanagh*
  3. Don Cameron*
  4. Arnold Drury*
  5. Geoff McLaren*
  6. Neal Blewett
  1. Condor Laucke*
  2. Harold Young*
  3. Gordon Davidson*
  4. Don Jessop*
  5. Tony Messner
  6. Grant Chapman
  1. Steele Hall*
  2. Allen Perryman
  3. Dolek Thiele
  4. Stewart Leggett
  5. Heather Southcott
  6. Ronald Moulds
  1. John Ryan
  2. Henry Young
  3. Dennis Edwards
  1. Mark Posa
  2. Leon Dalle-Nogare
  3. David le Cornu
  1. Ian Gilfillan
  2. David Hester
  3. Kathy Dancer
Communist candidates UCP candidates Group H candidates Group I candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Yuri Joakamidis
  2. Elliott Johnston
  3. Robert Durbridge
  1. John Steele
  2. Violet Nash
  1. George Romeyko
  2. William Rooney
  1. Barrie Tornquist
  2. Ian Drummond

Brian McCarthy
H-Berrill

Tasmania[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal Party was defending four seats. Independent Senator Michael Townley was defending one seat. One seat had been held by Independent Senator Reg Turnbull.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Country candidates DLP candidates UTG candidates Group B candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Ken Wriedt*
  2. Justin O'Byrne*
  3. Don Devitt*
  4. Merv Everett*
  5. Don Grimes*
  6. Geoffrey Lincoln
  1. Peter Rae*
  2. Reg Wright*
  3. John Marriott*
  4. Eric Bessell*
  5. Neil Robson
  6. William Craig
  1. Bill Casimaty
  2. Kenneth Finney
  3. Rosalie Hine
  1. Jindrich Nermut
  2. Cornelius McShane
  1. Richard Jones
  2. Bill Mollison
  3. Michael Dell
  1. Eric Wilson
  2. Leslie Coleman

Michael Townley*
Maxwell Heathcote
Rosemary Everett
Richard Mulcahy
Nigel Abbott
Neil Mickleborough
Peter Cooper
Marilyn Rose
Ronald Excell
Laurence Ford

Victoria[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal-Country Coalition was defending five seats (although Liberal Senator George Hannan was contesting the election for the National Liberal Party). The Democratic Labor Party was defending two seats.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates NLP candidates Communist candidates
 
  1. Bill Brown*
  2. Cyril Primmer*
  3. John Button*
  4. George Poyser*
  5. Jean Melzer*
  6. Geoffrey Cox
  1. Sir Magnus Cormack* (Lib)
  2. Ivor Greenwood* (Lib)
  3. James Webster* (CP)
  4. Margaret Guilfoyle* (Lib)
  5. Alan Missen* (Lib)
  6. Tom Tehan (CP)
  1. Frank McManus
  2. Jack Little
  3. Frank Dowling
  4. James Marmion
  5. Marianne Crowe
  6. Michael Houlihan
  1. John Siddons
  2. Jack Hammond
  3. Murray Deerbon
  4. Brian Zouch
  1. George Hannan
  2. Reginald Hollow
  3. Luke Cuni
  1. Bernard Taft
  2. Lynette Hovey
  3. Max Ogden
Group E candidates Group H candidates Group I candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Bruce McGuinness
  2. Elizabeth Hoffman
  1. John Howson
  2. Patricia Stoll
  1. Keith Tarrant
  2. Paul Palmos

Leslie Rubinstein
John Teare
Ronald Batten
Joseph Rudnicki
Charles Campagnac

Edwin Ditchfield
George Samargis
Alfredos Kouris
Cecil Beaton
Marko Bagaric

Dulcie Bethune
John Roseman
Ian Sykes
Shane Watson

Western Australia[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal Party was defending three seats. The National Alliance, an amalgamation of the Country Party and the Democratic Labor Party, was defending two seats. Independent Senator Syd Negus was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates NA candidates Australia candidates Negus candidates Secession candidates
 
  1. Don Willesee*
  2. John Wheeldon*
  3. Gordon McIntosh*
  4. Peter Walsh*
  5. Ruth Coleman*
  6. Bob Hetherington
  1. Reg Withers*
  2. Peter Sim*
  3. Peter Durack*
  4. Fred Chaney*
  5. Pauline Iles
  6. Andrew Thomas
  1. Tom Drake-Brockman*
  2. David Reid
  3. William Sullivan
  4. Rosemary Taboni
  5. Arnold Bilney
  1. Diana Hislop
  2. Ian Kelly
  1. Syd Negus
  2. Wayne Negus
  1. Donald Thomas
  2. Harlan Mullins
  3. Brian Saunders
  4. Neil Scrimgeour
Group G candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Derk Brocx
  2. William Webse

Duncan Hordacre
Francesco Nesci

Summary by party[edit]

Beside each party is the number of seats contested by that party in the House of Representatives for each state, as well as an indication of whether the party contested the Senate election in the respective state.

Party NSW Vic Qld WA SA Tas ACT NT Total
HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR S HR HR HR S
Australian Labor Party 45 * 34 * 18 * 10 * 12 * 5 * 2 1 127 6
Liberal Party of Australia 38 * 31 * 12 * 10 * 12 * 5 * 2 110 6
Australian Country Party 13 * 6 * 12 * 5 * * 2 1 39 5
National Alliance 10 * 10 1
Australia Party 45 * 34 * 12 * 10 * 12 * 1 2 116 5
Democratic Labor Party * 34 * * * * 34 5
Liberal Movement 12 * 12 1
Australian Republican Party * 3 1 4 1
Communist Party of Australia * * 1 * 1 3
National Socialist Party of Australia 1 * 1 1
Socialist Party of Australia 1 1
Social Credit Party * 1
National Liberal Party * 1
Westralian Secession Movement * 1
United Christian Party * 1
United Tasmania Group * 1
Independent and other 19 14 2 2 3 1 2 1 44

See also[edit]

References[edit]