Candidates of the Australian federal election, 1975

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This article provides information on candidates who stood for the 1975 Australian federal election. The election was held on 13 December 1975.

Seat changes[edit]

Retiring Members and Senators[edit]

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

National Country[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 Liberal candidate LM candidate Other candidates
 
Canberra Labor Kep Enderby John Haslem Anthony Harris Oleg Kavenenko (WP)
John Moloney (Ind)
Kevin Wise (Ind)
Fraser Labor Ken Fry Imre Mailath Claude Hammond

New South Wales[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Other candidates
 
Banks Labor Vince Martin Maxwell Gibson (Lib) Denise Arrow (Ind)
Ralph Skelton (WP)
Barton Labor Murray Gainsford Jim Bradfield (Lib) Maxwell Shean (WP)
Clifford Willard (AP)
Bennelong Liberal Noel Welsman John Howard (Lib) John Anlezark (Ind)
Brian Johnson (AP)
Berowra Liberal Michael Ross Harry Edwards (Lib) Robert Howard (WP)
Blaxland Labor Paul Keating Joseph Touma (Lib) Robert Symes (WP)
Bradfield Liberal John Carmody David Connolly (Lib) Christopher Brown (WP)
Calare NCP Francis Hall James Ashton (Lib)
Sandy Mackenzie* (NCP)
Chifley Labor John Armitage Shirley Sookee (Lib)
Cook Labor Ray Thorburn Don Dobie (Lib) Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Marjorie Gray (AP)
Philip O'Neill (Ind)
Robert Schollbach (WP)
Cowper NCP Colin Clague Ian Robinson (NCP) John Holcombe (Ind)
John McLachlan (Ind)
Cunningham Labor Rex Connor Peter Swan (Lib) Bernard Groben (Ind)
Peter Robertson (WP)
Darling Labor John FitzPatrick Walter Mitchell (NCP) Walter Miller (Ind)
Eden-Monaro Labor Bob Whan John Moore (NCP)
Murray Sainsbury* (Lib)
Frederick Dawson (Ind)
Evans Labor Allan Mulder John Abel (Lib) Frederick Keoghan (Ind)
Graham Roll (AP)
Warren Wilson (Ind)
Farrer Liberal Patrick Brassil Kevin Bowtell (NCP)
Wal Fife* (Lib)
Mike Donelan (AP)
Anthony Quinn (DLP)
Arthur Robinson (WP)
Grayndler Labor Tony Whitlam Jonathan Fowler (Lib) Peter Dowd (Ind)
Graeme Shortland (Ind)
Douglas Spedding (Ind)
Gwydir NCP Francis Bourke Ralph Hunt (NCP) Norbert Hennessy (Ind)
William O'Donnell (Ind)
Hughes Labor Les Johnson Robert Law (Lib)
Hume NCP George Brenner Stephen Lusher (NCP)
Hunter Labor Bert James Stephen Walker (Lib)
Kingsford-Smith Labor Lionel Bowen Desmond Connors (Lib) Nicholas Confos (Ind)
Lang Labor Frank Stewart Donald Carruthers (Lib) Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Douglas Morgan (Ind)
John Stewart (Ind)
Lowe Liberal Robert Hyde William McMahon (Lib) Clifford Bros (AP)
Ben Doig (Ind)
Andris Kichno (WP)
Bent Poulsen (Ind)
Lyne NCP Bruce Langford Philip Lucock (NCP) Peter Simpson (Ind)
Macarthur Labor John Kerin Michael Baume (Lib) Ramon Barros (WP)
Susan Healy (AP)
Barry Watkinson (Ind)
Mackellar Liberal Kevin Mason Bill Wentworth (Lib) Barry Bracken (WP)
Jennifer Sheehan (Ind)
Macquarie Labor Ross Free Reg Gillard (Lib) Murray Busch (WP)
Norman Lee (Ind)
Ian Perry (Ind)
Mitchell Liberal David Savage Alan Cadman (Lib) Ivor F (Ind)
Dimitar Mikusalev (Ind)
Alexander Munro (AP)
Duncan Yuille (WP)
New England NCP John Shanahan Ian Sinclair (NCP) Geoffrey Anderson (Ind)
Newcastle Labor Charles Jones Arthur Thomas (Lib) David Ross (CPA)
North Sydney Liberal Patrick Healy Bill Graham (Lib) Romualds Kemps (Ind)
Peter Sawyer (WP)
Parramatta Liberal John Brown Philip Ruddock (Lib) Malcolm McKinnon (WP)
Astrid O'Neill (AP)
Paterson NCP Noel Unicomb Frank O'Keefe (NCP) Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Barnard Hassett (Ind)
Phillip Labor Joe Riordan Jack Birney (Lib) Michael Clarke (WP)
Marie Morris (AP)
Prospect Labor Dick Klugman Donald MacDonald (Lib) Geoffrey Thomas (AP)
Reid Labor Tom Uren Terence Shanahan (Lib) Kevin McKenna (WP)
Richmond NCP Archibald Johnston Doug Anthony (NCP) Ethel Adams (Ind)
Bernard Walrut (AP)
Riverina NCP John Pollard John Sullivan (NCP)
Robertson Labor Barry Cohen Hugh Chalmers (Lib) Raymond Louis (WP)
Phillip Smith (Ind)
St George Labor Bill Morrison Maurice Neil (Lib) Keith Gleeson (WP)
Shortland Labor Peter Morris Richard Bevan (Lib) Lionel Lambkin (Ind)
Barbara Timmins (Ind)
Sydney Labor Les McMahon Janis Wallace (Lib) Laurie Aarons (CPA)
Merilyn Giesekam (WP)
Roderick MacNeil (Ind)
Warringah Liberal Allan Hughes Michael MacKellar (Lib) Eric Riches (Ind)
Wentworth Liberal Mairi Petersen Robert Ellicott (Lib) John Curvers (WP)
Joseph Zingarelli (AP)
Werriwa Labor Gough Whitlam William Sadler (Lib) Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Frederick Keep (Ind)
Ross May (Ind)
Maurice Sharp (Ind)
Ronald Watson (WP)

Northern Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate CLP candidate Australia candidate
 
Northern Territory NCP Jock Nelson Sam Calder James Forbes

Queensland[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Other candidates
 
Bowman Labor Len Keogh James Dean (NCP)
David Jull* (Lib)
Donald Wright (WP)
Brisbane Labor Manfred Cross Peter Johnson* (Lib)
Harold Porter (NCP)
Rodney Jeanneret (WP)
Capricornia Labor Doug Everingham Colin Carige* (NCP)
Alfred Millroy (Lib)
Darling Downs NCP Peter Wood Tom McVeigh (NCP)
Dawson Labor Rex Patterson Ray Braithwaite* (NCP)
Noel McFarlane (NCP)
Colin Bailey (Ind)
Fisher NCP Ivan Guy Evan Adermann (NCP) Dennis Marshall (WP)
Griffith Liberal Ben Humphreys Don Cameron (Lib) Wallace Younger (WP)
Herbert Liberal John Rockett Robert Bonnett (Lib)
Kennedy NCP Robert Gleeson Bob Katter (NCP) Charles Rendall (WP)
Leichhardt Labor Bill Wood Laurence Hoins (Lib)
David Thomson* (NCP)
Clarence Grogan (Ind)
Bernard Marsh (DLP)
Lilley Liberal Frank Doyle Peter Addison (NCP)
Kevin Cairns* (Lib)
McPherson Liberal Brian Paterson Eric Robinson (Lib) Coral Finlay (WP)
Maranoa NCP Reuben Coupe James Corbett (NCP) Lindsay Sturgess (WP)
Moreton Liberal Lewin Blazevich James Killen (Lib) William Appleton (Ind)
John Fitzgerald (Ind)
Oxley Labor Bill Hayden Cornelis Frederiks (Lib)
James Shapcott (NCP)
Neil Russell (WP)
Petrie Liberal John Hungerford John Hodges (Lib)
Ryan Liberal Colin Taylor Douglas MacTaggart (NCP)
John Moore* (Lib)
David Boughen (WP)
Wide Bay NCP Brendan Hansen Clarrie Millar (NCP) Gerrit Alberts (WP)

South Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate LM candidate Other candidates
 
Adelaide Labor Chris Hurford Harold Steele Robert Hercus David Middleton (AP)
Angas Liberal Adolf Thiel Geoffrey Giles Giordano Graziani Richard Philippe (WP)
Barker Liberal Graham Bath James Porter Rodney Roberts Lily Bayly (Ind)
Kenneth Williams (NCP)
Bonython Labor Martin Nicholls Alan Irving John Longhurst Robert Durbridge (CPA)
Boothby Liberal Mark Pickhaver John McLeay Peter Berman Alexander Hunter (Ind)
Grey Labor Laurie Wallis Dennis Burman Arnold Eckersley
Hawker Labor Ralph Jacobi Craig Speil Stewart Leggett
Hindmarsh Labor Clyde Cameron Valentine Dignum Ian McGowan Ross Stanford (Ind)
Kingston Labor Richard Gun Grant Chapman Rodney Adam Verna Oakley (WP)
Port Adelaide Labor Mick Young Terence Hanson Jean Lawrie
Sturt Liberal Graham Maguire Ian Wilson Barry Lake William Forster (WP)
Wakefield Liberal Irene Krastev Bert Kelly John Lienert

Tasmania[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate NCP candidate Workers candidate
 
Bass Liberal Michael McLaughlin Kevin Newman Kevin Chaffey
Braddon Labor Ron Davies Ray Groom Barry Whiley Lance Buckingham
Denison Labor John Coates Michael Hodgman John Hay Cathryn Stanton
Franklin Labor Ray Sherry Bruce Goodluck Margaret Franklin
Joseph Hand
Peter Mollon
Wilmot Labor Gil Duthie Max Burr Robert Griffin William Woods

Victoria[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate DLP candidate Australia candidate Other candidates
 
Balaclava Liberal Martin Ryan Ian Macphee (Lib) Peter Lawlor John Howe
Ballaarat Liberal David Williams Jim Short (Lib) Bryan Hanrahan Glendon Ludbrook (Ind)
Batman Labor Horrie Garrick Michael Galli (Lib) Eileen Doyle
Bendigo Liberal Stewart Anderson John Bourchier* (Lib)
Henry O'Halloran (NCP)
Paul Brennan Leslie Irlam (Ind)
Bruce Liberal Graeme Bond Billy Snedden (Lib) John Lloyd Iris Pederick Diana Martin (Ind)
Burke Labor Keith Johnson Claus Salger (Lib) Colin Walsh Michael Dupla (Ind)
Casey Labor Race Mathews Peter Falconer (Lib) John McKenna Murray Deerbon Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Chisholm Liberal Richard Campbell Tony Staley (Lib) Joseph Stanley Richard Franklin
Corangamite Liberal Shirley Ambrose Tony Street (Lib) Francis O'Brien Ian Slater Brian Costin (Ind)
Corio Labor Gordon Scholes Gordon Hall (Lib) John Timberlake Guenter Sahr
Deakin Liberal Gavan Oakley Alan Jarman (Lib) Jim Brosnan William Inglis Walter Williams (Ind)
Diamond Valley Labor David McKenzie Neil Brown (Lib) Christopher Curtis John Franceschini Marc Aussie-Steone (Ind)
John Duncan (Ind)
Flinders Liberal Geoffrey Eastwood Phillip Lynch (Lib) John Glynn Peter Dalton Stanley Hillman (Ind)
Gellibrand Labor Ralph Willis Iris Williams (Lib) Bert Bailey
Gippsland NCP Peter Turner Peter Nixon (NCP) Robert McMahon
Henty Labor Joan Child Ken Aldred (Lib) Terence Farrell Michael Hughes Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Higgins Liberal Andrew Homer Roger Shipton (Lib) John Cotter Rafe Slaney
Holt Labor Max Oldmeadow William Yates (Lib) Robert Fidler
Hotham Liberal Anthony Ross Don Chipp (Lib) Frank Gaffy John Murray (Ind)
Indi NCP Alan Bell Mac Holten (NCP) Christopher Cody
Isaacs Labor Gareth Clayton David Hamer (Lib) Ralph Cleary Eldon Simmons Marc Aussie-Stone (Ind)
Kooyong Liberal John Wilkinson Andrew Peacock (Lib) Francis Duffy John Gare
La Trobe Labor Tony Lamb Marshall Baillieu (Lib) James Penna Donald Walters Cornelus Helleman (Ind)
Ronald Neilsen (Ind)
Lalor Labor Jim Cairns Francis Purcell (Lib) Denis Bilston
Mallee NCP Ronald Davies Peter Fisher (NCP) Stanley Croughan
Maribyrnong Labor Moss Cass John Gray (Lib) Lucia Hayward Thomas Archay
McMillan NCP William Rutherford Arthur Hewson (NCP)
Barry Simon* (Lib)
Les Hilton David Little (Ind)
Melbourne Labor Ted Innes Robert Fallshaw (Lib) Desmond Burke Veronica Schwarz Ian Fehring (CPA)
Melbourne Ports Labor Frank Crean Frederick Gray (NCP)
Roger Johnston (Lib)
Gordon Haberman Beverley Broadbent Henry Sanders (Ind)
Murray NCP Marjorie Gillies Bruce Lloyd (NCP) Patrick Payne
Scullin Labor Harry Jenkins Gerard Clarke (Lib) Bernard McGrath Bernard Irving (Ind)
Wannon Liberal Keith Wilson Malcolm Fraser (Lib) John Casanova
Wills Labor Gordon Bryant Howard Kiel (Lib) John Flint
Wimmera NCP Brian Brooke Robert King (NCP) Marjorie McOwan Francis Petering (Ind)

Western Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate NCP candidate Other candidates
 
Canning Liberal Marilyn Anthony Mel Bungey John Hallett
Curtin Liberal John Crouch Victor Garland
Forrest Liberal Geoffrey Davy Peter Drummond Noel Klopper Noel Duggan (Ind)
Duncan Hordacre (Ind)
Fremantle Labor Kim Beazley Leon Lapinski
Kalgoorlie Labor Fred Collard Mick Cotter Graham Mills (WP)
Moore Liberal Allen Blanchard John Hyde Graham Anderson
Perth Labor Joe Berinson Ross McLean Vic Slater (CPA)
Stirling Liberal Graham Reece Ian Viner Brian Butterworth (WP)
Swan Labor Adrian Bennett John Martyr Peter Masson
Tangney Labor John Dawkins Peter Richardson Warwick Agnew (WP)

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 six-year terms, the remaining five to three-year terms. Tickets that elected at least one Senator are highlighted in the relevant colour. Successful candidates are identified by an asterisk (*).

Australian Capital Territory[edit]

Two seats were up for election, the first time the ACT had voted for the Senate.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Gorton candidates Workers candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Susan Ryan*
  2. Peter Ellyard
  1. John Knight*
  2. Trevor Crouch
  1. John Gorton
  2. Harold Hird
  1. Leslie Shaw
  2. Gerald O'Shaughnessy

Ian Black
Tony Spagnolo
Roderick Quinn
Michael Cavanough

New South Wales[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats (although Lionel Murphy's vacancy had been filled by independent Cleaver Bunton, who did not contest in 1975). The Liberal-NCP Coalition was defending five seats.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates LM candidates Workers candidates
 
  1. Doug McClelland*
  2. Jim McClelland*
  3. Tony Mulvihill*
  4. Arthur Gietzelt*
  5. Kerry Sibraa*
  6. Emily Renshaw
  1. Bob Cotton* (Lib)
  2. John Carrick* (Lib)
  3. Douglas Scott* (NCP)
  4. Peter Baume* (Lib)
  5. Misha Lajovic* (Lib)
  6. Dorothy Ross (NCP)
  1. Jack Kane
  2. Peter Daly
  3. Anne McCosker
  4. William Casey
  5. James Keogh
  6. Peter Westmore
  1. Colin Mason
  2. Robert Newman
  3. Mavis McMillan
  1. Terence Morgan
  2. Bill Payne
  1. John Hill
  2. Mark Tier
  3. Susan O'Sullivan
  4. Neville Kennard
  5. John Grant
  6. John Edmonds
AFAM candidates Group A candidates Group D candidates Group F candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Frieda Brown
  2. Fred Nile
  3. Kenneth Harrison
  1. Helen Jarvis
  2. Gordon Adler
  1. Ron Kelly
  2. Robert Khoury
  1. Ross Green
  2. Lyn Wilson

Athol Martin
Adrian Alle
Noel Howard
Darius Pourshasb
Lawrence Woods
Kenneth Burke
Luciano Becher
David McPherson

Bruce Taber
Thomas Guy
Reginald Appleby
Andrew Boyton
Michael Steuart
Michael Wojeszlovszky
John Breen-Hemingway

Northern Territory[edit]

Two seats were up for election, the first time the Northern Territory had voted for the Senate.

Labor candidates CLP candidates Australia candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Ted Robertson*
  2. Kevin Frazer
  1. Bernie Kilgariff*
  2. Martyn Finger
  1. Edward Giblin
  2. Joan Breen

David Fisher (WP)
Alexander Allan-Stewart
Kenneth Day (WP)
Charles Perkins

Queensland[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending three seats. The Liberal-NCP Coalition was defending six seats. Independent Senator Albert Field, who had been appointed to Labor Senator Bertie Milliner's seat after the latter's death, was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates Australia candidates LM candidates Workers candidates
 
  1. Jim Keeffe*
  2. Ron McAuliffe*
  3. George Georges*
  4. Mal Colston*
  5. Colleen Freeman
  6. Ken Vaughan
  1. Neville Bonner* (Lib)
  2. Ron Maunsell* (NCP)
  3. Glen Sheil* (NCP)
  4. Kathy Martin* (Lib)
  5. Ian Wood* (Lib)
  6. Stan Collard* (NCP)
  7. Richard Austin (Lib)
  1. Condon Byrne
  2. Jack Williams
  3. John Fox
  4. Therese Sheil
  5. Edgar Lanigan
  6. Andrew Jackson
  1. John Lamb
  2. Arthur Smith
  1. Desmond Breen
  2. Michael Hartwig
  3. Alan Williams
  1. David Russell
  2. Roger Wickham
  3. Susan Benfer
Group G candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. James Drabsch
  2. Philip de Felice

Leonard Grasishchuk
Grace Plunkett
Renfrey Clarke
Albert Field
John McRae
Douglas Gillespie

Anthony Catip
Malcolm Just
Anne Glew
George Allard
Hubert Giesberts

South Australia[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats. The Liberal Party was defending four seats. The Liberal Movement was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates LM candidates DLP candidates Socialist candidates Workers candidates
 
  1. Reg Bishop*
  2. Jim Cavanagh*
  3. Don Cameron*
  4. Geoff McLaren*
  5. Neal Blewett
  6. Arnold Drury
  1. Gordon Davidson*
  2. Don Jessop*
  3. Condor Laucke*
  4. Harold Young*
  5. Tony Messner*
  6. Jennifer Adamson
  1. Steele Hall*
  2. Michael Wilson
  3. Janine Haines
  4. Ronald Moulds
  5. Stewart McLeod
  6. Heather Southcott
  1. Ted Farrell
  2. Leonie Farrell
  1. Bobbie Pointer
  2. Muriel Goss
  3. Alan Miller
  1. John Whiting
  2. Andrew Buttfield
  3. Antony Hayden-Smith
  4. Beverly Borg
  5. Leslie Huxley
  6. Nelson Cartney
Group B candidates Group D candidates Group E candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Frank Darlington
  2. John Knight
  1. Brett Trenery
  2. Peter Abrahamson
  1. John Henderson
  2. Charles Groves

John Steele
James Pedley

Tasmania[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats. The Liberal Party was defending four seats, but independent Senator Michael Townley had also joined the party.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates NCP candidates Workers candidates Harradine candidates UTG candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Ken Wriedt*
  2. Justin O'Byrne*
  3. Don Devitt*
  4. Don Grimes*
  5. Merv Everett
  6. Graham Malley
  1. Peter Rae*
  2. Michael Townley*
  3. Brian Archer*
  4. Reg Wright*
  5. Shirley Walters*
  6. Eric Bessell
  1. Bill Casimaty
  2. Donald Hazell
  3. Margaret Rockliff
  1. Mike Stanton
  2. Denis Mackey
  3. Frederick Auld
  4. Warren Scott
  5. Peter Chaplin
  1. Brian Harradine*
  2. John Jones
  1. Richard Jones
  2. Bob Brown

John Tully
Eric Wilson
Enid Shea
Albert Mansell

Victoria[edit]

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

Labor candidates Coalition candidates DLP candidates LM candidates Australia candidates Group B candidates
 
  1. Jean Melzer*
  2. Cyril Primmer*
  3. John Button*
  4. Bill Brown*
  5. Bill Hartley
  6. Gareth Evans
  1. Ivor Greenwood* (Lib)
  2. Margaret Guilfoyle* (Lib)
  3. James Webster* (NCP)
  4. Sir Magnus Cormack* (Lib)
  5. Alan Missen* (Lib)
  6. Tom Tehan* (NCP)
  1. Frank McManus
  2. Jack Little
  3. Richard McManus
  4. Marianne Crowe
  5. Michael Houlihan
  1. Andrew Farran
  2. Robert Laing
  3. Ian Robertson
  4. Philip Martyn
  1. John Siddons
  2. Trevor Cooke
  3. Harold Jeffrey
  1. John Roseman
  2. Alan Anderson
Group C candidates Group H candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Peter Conrick
  2. Diane Ewin
  1. Bruce McGuinness
  2. Elizabeth Hoffman
  3. Alma Thorpe

Shane Watson
Maurice Smith
Chris Tsolos
Ian Dunne

Neil Leicht
George Alexander
Donald Maggs

Western Australia[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats. The Liberal Party was defending four seats. The National Country Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates NCP candidates DLP candidates LM candidates Australia candidates
 
  1. John Wheeldon*
  2. Gordon McIntosh*
  3. Peter Walsh*
  4. Ruth Coleman*
  5. Bob Hetherington
  6. Duncan Graham
  1. Reg Withers*
  2. Peter Durack*
  3. Peter Sim*
  4. Fred Chaney*
  5. Andrew Thomas*
  6. Cynthia Smart
  1. Tom Drake-Brockman*
  2. David Reid
  3. Winifred Piesse
  4. Lloyd Nelson
  5. Kevin Critch
  6. Jennifer Lewis
  1. William Sullivan
  2. Rosemary Taboni
  3. Peter Moorehouse
  4. Alan Crofts
  5. John Poole
  6. Paul Daly
  1. Jack Evans
  2. Diana Downs
  3. Bruce Thomson
  1. Robert Russell-Brown
  2. John Stuart
  3. John Kernot
Workers candidates Group B candidates Group F candidates Group H candidates Group K candidates Group L candidates
 
  1. James MacDonald
  2. Geoffrey McNeil
  3. Valda Harris
  4. Kenneth Bellemore
  5. Roy Morien
  1. Donald Galloway
  2. Albert Prince
  1. James Mazza
  2. Sydney Greenacre
  3. George Gaunt
  1. Syd Negus
  2. Lorraine Negus
  1. Francesco Nesci
  2. Nellie Stuart
  1. Robert Townsend
  2. Eric Woodard
  3. Kenneth Baines
Ungrouped candidates
 

George Abdullah
Keith Lockhart
Frederick Bourke
Arthur Wight
John Furey
Mervyn Lambert

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 S HR S HR S
Australian Labor Party 45 * 34 * 18 * 10 * 12 * 5 * 2 * 1 * 127 8
Liberal Party of Australia 36 * 29 * 12 * 10 * 12 * 5 * 2 * 106 7
National Country Party 12 * 8 * 14 * 4 * 1 5 * 44 5
Country Liberal Party 1 * 1 1
Workers Party 22 * 9 * 3 * 2 * 5 * 1 * * 42 7
Democratic Labor Party 1 * 34 * 1 * * * 36 5
Australia Party 13 * 17 * * * 1 1 * 32 5
Liberal Movement * * * * 12 * 2 14 5
Communist Party of Australia 2 1 1 1 5
Australian Family Action Movement * 1
Socialist Party of Australia * 1
United Tasmania Group * 1
Independent and other 43 19 5 2 5 2 74

See also[edit]

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