Candidates of the Australian federal election, 1983

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This article provides information on candidates who stood for the 1983 Australian federal election. The election was held on 5 March 1983.

Retiring Members and Senators[edit]

Labor[edit]

Liberal[edit]

National[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 Other candidates
 
Canberra Labor Ros Kelly Gerard Brennan Joanne Hansen (DSPA)
Fraser Labor Ken Fry Liz Grant Rohan Greenland (DSPA)
Kevin Wise (Ind)

New South Wales[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Democrats candidate Other candidates
 
Banks Labor John Mountford Andrew Fairbairn (Lib) Montague Greene David Holmes (SWP)
Barton Liberal Gary Punch Jim Bradfield (Lib) Ronald George Bruce Barton (Ind)
Charles Bellchambers (Ind)
Jean Lindsay (Ind)
Peter Wright (Prog)
Bennelong Liberal Donald Vickers John Howard (Lib) Milo Dunphy (NSWC)
Steve Gabell (Ind)
Berowra Liberal Maurice Marshan Harry Edwards (Lib) Pamela Tuckwell
Blaxland Labor Paul Keating David Brown (Lib) Phillip Grattan Siong Hoe Goh (SWP)
Bradfield Liberal Peter Donovan David Connolly (Lib) Anthony Dunne
Calare National David Simmons Sandy Mackenzie (Nat) Ann Ritter George Simpson (Prog)
Chifley Labor Russ Gorman Edna Mitchell (Lib) Frances Jones Christine Broi (SWP)
Jonathan Cooper (Ind)
Jane Smith/New (Ind)
Cook Liberal Michael Addison Don Dobie (Lib) Henry Soper (Prog)
Cowper National Joseph Moran Ian Robinson (Nat) Peter Brown
Cunningham Labor Stewart West Gary Fisher (Lib) George Jones Diana Covell (SWP)
Rudolf Pasara (SLL)
Romaine Rutnam (CPA)
Dundas Liberal Margaret Blaxell Philip Ruddock (Lib) John Tumminello
Eden-Monaro Liberal Jim Snow Murray Sainsbury (Lib) Russell Witt Miriam Naughton (Ind)
Ronald Sarina (True Ind)
Farrer Liberal Noel Diffey Wal Fife (Lib) Scott Milne Maureen Nathan (Prog)
Grayndler Labor Leo McLeay Edward James (Lib) Albert Jarman David Gibson (SPA)
Michael Karadjis (SWP)
Joseph Owens (CPA)
Gwydir National Robert Hamilton Ralph Hunt (Nat) Gloria Collison
Hughes Labor Les Johnson Peter Somerville (Lib) Ronald Hellyer Stephen Painter (SWP)
Hume National Marie McCormick Stephen Lusher (Nat) Gregory Butler
Hunter Labor Bob Brown James White (Lib) Edwina Wilson
Kingsford-Smith Labor Lionel Bowen Collin O'Neil (Lib) Anthony Larkings Geoffrey Channells (SWP)
Lowe Labor Michael Maher Philip Taylor (Lib) Ralph Rogers Helen Jarvis (SWP)
Lyne National Francis Murray Bruce Cowan (Nat) Stephen Jeffries John Bryant (Ind)
Alfred Cannings (Ind)
John Veenstra (Prog)
Macarthur Liberal Colin Hollis Michael Baume (Lib) Frederic Goodfellow Martin Essenberg (Ind)
Mackellar Liberal Keith Jackson Jim Carlton (Lib) Robert Williams Maurice Foley (Ind)
Macquarie Labor Ross Free Stephen Screech (Lib) Richard Jackson-Hope
Mitchell Liberal Arthur Llewellyn Alan Cadman (Lib) Rona Samuels
Newcastle Labor Allan Morris Stan Hayward (Lib) Wayne Jarman Frank Blefari (Ind)
Darrell Dawson (CPA)
Brian McDermott (Ind)
Geoffrey Payne (SWP)
New England National Lawrence Daly Ian Sinclair (Nat) Ian Dutton
North Sydney Liberal Kirk McKenzie John Spender (Lib) Rodney Dominish
Parramatta Labor John Brown James Harker-Mortlock (Lib) Patricia Lamey Mark Carey (SWP)
Paterson National Michael Williams Frank O'Keefe (Nat) Darrel Woodhouse
Phillip Liberal Jeannette McHugh Jack Birney (Lib) Karin Sowada Timothy Daly (Prog)
Julien Droulers (Grn)
Lawrence Hogan (EAPP)
Prospect Labor Dick Klugman Alan Byers (Lib) Richard Nichols (SWP)
Eric Viitala (Ind)
Reid Labor Tom Uren Yvonne Maio (Lib) Stephen Bastian Lynda Boland (SWP)
Michael Gluyas (Ind)
Neville Gray (Ind)
Richmond National Terence McGee Doug Anthony (Nat) Kenneth Nicholson
Riverina National Ronald Adams Noel Hicks (Nat) Lesley Holschier
Robertson Labor Barry Cohen Bev Austin (Lib) Trevor Willsher
Shortland Labor Peter Morris Peter Wilson (Lib) Lyn Godfrey Peter Abrahamson (SWP)
Robert Buhler (SLL)
St George Labor Bill Morrison George James (Lib) Ronald Kirkwood Brian Compton (Ind)
Dorothy Tumney (SWP)
Sydney Labor Peter Baldwin Ron Cibas (Lib) Jennifer Macleod Aileen Beaver (CPA)
James Percy (SWP)
Warringah Liberal John Coombs Michael MacKellar (Lib) Annique Duc Stephen Markey (Prog)
Wentworth Liberal Max Pearce Peter Coleman (Lib) Brian Hillman Robert McCarthy (Ind)
Neil Roberts (Ind)
George Warnecke (Ind)
Katherine Wentworth (Ind)
Werriwa Labor John Kerin Marie Rutledge (Lib) David Brandon (Ind)
Dorothea Brocksop (SLL)
Gail Cumming (SWP)

Northern Territory[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate CLP candidate Democrats candidate Independent candidate
 
Northern Territory CLP John Reeves Grant Tambling Joy King Bill Cain
Pamela Gardiner
Strider

Queensland[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Democrats candidate Other candidate
 
Bowman Liberal Len Keogh Craig Brown (Nat)
David Jull (Lib)
Ronald Heindorff
Brisbane Labor Manfred Cross Bradley Garrett (Nat)
Richard Magnus (Lib)
Lance Winter Susanne Bolton (SWP)
Capricornia Labor Doug Everingham Alan Agnew (Lib)
Helen Reeves (Nat)
Robert Simpson (Nat)
Gregory Read David Ryan (SPA)
Darling Downs National Ronald Cullin Tom McVeigh (Nat) David Groves
Dawson National Barbara Hill Ray Braithwaite (Nat) Kelly Crombie (Prog)
Eric Geissmann (Ind)
Raymond Jensen (Ind)
Fadden Liberal David Beddall Don Cameron (Lib)
Howard Edmunds (Nat)
Murray Hallam Raymond Ferguson (SPA)
Dallas Graham (Prog)
Fisher National Sol Theo Evan Adermann* (Nat)
Dennis Caswell (Lib)
Garry Somerville
Griffith Labor Ben Humphreys Graham Young (Lib) Carole Ames Michael Fulton (SLL)
Julie Walkington (SWP)
Herbert Liberal Ted Lindsay John Aubrey (Nat)
Gordon Dean (Lib)
John Lamb
Kennedy National Brigid Walsh Bob Katter (Nat) George Hannaford
Leichhardt National John Gayler David Thomson (Nat)
Lilley Labor Elaine Darling Jim Anderson (Lib) Gael Paul Anthony Catip (Ind)
Maranoa National Warren Keats Ian Cameron (Nat) Austin Brannigan
McPherson Liberal Darryl McArthur Trevor Watt (Nat)
Peter White* (Lib)
Kenneth Peterson Peter Courtney (NHP)
Moreton Liberal Barbara Robson Sir James Killen (Lib) Leonard Fitzgerald Helen Jones (SWP)
Oxley Labor Bill Hayden Les Woodforth (Lib) Wayne Martin Juanita Keig (SWP)
Petrie Liberal Deane Wells John Hodges (Lib) Ray Hollis Christopher Caldwell (Ind)
Phillip Grimison (Prog)
Ryan Liberal Michael Foley John Moore (Lib) John Elfick Anthony Crooks (Ind)
Patrick Cusack (Ind)
Wide Bay National James Finemore Clarrie Millar (Nat) Mervyn Worth Raymond Bird (Prog)

South Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Democrats candidate Other candidates
 
Adelaide Labor Chris Hurford Barry James Eileen Farmer John Buik (Ind)
Paul Petit (SWP)
Barker Liberal Valerie Young James Porter Meg Lees Anthony Beck (Nat)
Bonython Labor Neal Blewett Neville Joyce John Longhurst
Boothby Liberal Bruce Whyatt Steele Hall John Coulter
Grey Labor Lloyd O'Neil Joy Baluch Jack Babbage James Cronin (Ind)
Anthony Haskett (Nat)
Kerry Hawkes (LP)
Hawker Labor Ralph Jacobi Bruce Harry Graham Pamount John Garcia (SWP)
Hindmarsh Labor John Scott Barry Lewis Jim Mitchell Lotus Cavagnino (SWP)
Kingston Liberal Gordon Bilney Grant Chapman Robert Ralph
Port Adelaide Labor Mick Young Robin Rickards Benjamin Michael Robert Fisher (SWP)
Donald Sutherland (CPA)
Sturt Liberal Sergio Ubaldi Ian Wilson Alison Dolling
Wakefield Liberal Suzanne Owens Neil Andrew Donald Chisholm Roger Cavanagh (Nat)

Tasmania[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Democrats candidate Other candidates
 
Bass Liberal John McDonald Kevin Newman Nick Goldie Richard Hutchison (Ind)
Braddon Liberal Lance Fee Ray Groom Greg Sargent
Denison Liberal Kathy Smith Michael Hodgman Harvey Wallace-Williams Leica Wagner (SWP)
Franklin Liberal Fran Bladel Bruce Goodluck John Thompson David Mazengarb (SWP)
Wilmot Liberal David Llewellyn Max Burr Liz Holloway Bill Chugg (Ind)

Victoria[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Coalition candidate Democrats candidate DLP candidate Other candidates
 
Balaclava Liberal Chris Kennedy Ian Macphee (Lib) Zelma Furey Timothy Warner (CNP)
Ballarat Labor John Mildren John Ronan (Lib) Graham Gough John Blower (Ind)
Albert Ireland (Ind)
Batman Labor Brian Howe Maxwell Playford (Lib) Gwendoline Naug Philip L'Huillier John Percy (SWP)
Bendigo Liberal John Brumby John Bourchier (Lib) Neil Jewell Robert Denahy
Bruce Liberal Heather O'Connor Sir Billy Snedden (Lib) Michael Johnson
Burke Labor Andrew Theophanous Bernie Finn (Lib) George Hunter Evelyn Robson (SWP)
Casey Liberal Peter Steedman Peter Falconer (Lib) Michael Nardella John Garratt Martin Hetherich (ACP)
Chisholm Liberal Helen Mayer Graham Harris (Lib) Alan Swindon Kevin Cooper
Corangamite Liberal Gavan O'Connor Tony Street (Lib)
Corio Labor Gordon Scholes Kent Henderson (Lib) Guenter Sahr
Deakin Liberal John Saunderson Alan Jarman (Lib) Jeffrey McAlpine Peter Ferwerda Wilfrid Thiele (Ind)
Diamond Valley Liberal Peter Staples Neil Brown (Lib) Lynden Kenyon Anne-Marie Petrucco
Flinders Liberal Bob Chynoweth Peter Reith (Lib) Harold Fraser Kenneth Payne
Gellibrand Labor Ralph Willis Peter Goudge (Lib) Barry McLeod James Doughney (SWP)
Augustus Titter (ANP)
Gippsland National Anthony Peterson Philip Davis (Lib)
Peter McGauran* (Nat)
Pierre Forcier Stewart Taig Pearce Buckley (Ind)
Bruce Ingle (Ind)
Henty Labor Joan Child Craig Baxter (Lib) Harry Eichler Paul Carroll
Higgins Liberal Jennifer Bundy Roger Shipton (Lib) Antony Siddons Maureen Holmes (IBCP)
Holt Labor Michael Duffy Joseph Moldrich (Lib) Jean Yule
Hotham Labor Lewis Kent Peter Bolitho (Lib) Erwin Frenkel
Indi Liberal Carole Marple Ewen Cameron* (Lib)
Kevin Sanderson (Nat)
Geoffrey le Couteur
Isaacs Labor David Charles Ann Dunkley (Lib) Terence Gough
Kooyong Liberal Avis Meddings Andrew Peacock (Lib) Keith Bruckner David Greagg (IBCP)
Lalor Labor Barry Jones John Fahey (Lib) Ivan Pollock Helen Said (SWP)
La Trobe Labor Peter Milton Peter Nugent (Lib) Milton Blake Cornelis Hellema (ACP)
Mallee National Graeme Jarry Peter Fisher* (Nat)
Ross Owen (Lib)
Colin Kavanagh
Maribyrnong Labor Alan Griffiths Geoffrey Ireland (Lib) Henrik Jersic Peter Beharell (SWP)
Richard Wright (AP)
McMillan Labor Barry Cunningham Stewart Robertson (Nat)
Greg Ross (Lib)
Gloria Auchterlonie John Sellens
Melbourne Labor Gerry Hand Robert Fallshaw (Lib) Chris Carter James Ferrari (IBCP)
James McIlroy (SWP)
Melbourne Ports Labor Clyde Holding Ronald Flood (Lib) John Sutcliffe Brett Trenery (SWP)
Murray National Mark Anderson Anne Adams (Lib)
Bruce Lloyd* (Nat)
John Weir Diane Teasdale (Ind)
Scullin Labor Harry Jenkins Katheryne Savage (Lib) Kenneth Peak Joan Barker (SWP)
Wannon Liberal Nancy Genardini Malcolm Fraser (Lib) Harold Jeffrey
Wills Labor Bob Hawke Mark Hoysted (Lib) John Hallam Michael Verberne Martin Mantell (SLL)
Cecil G. Murgatroyd (IBCP)
Solomon Salby (SWP)

Western Australia[edit]

Electorate Held by Labor candidate Liberal candidate Democrats candidate Other candidates
 
Canning Liberal Wendy Fatin Mel Bungey Jean Ritter
Curtin Liberal Clive Kittson Allan Rocher Marjorie McKercher
Forrest Liberal David Churches Peter Drummond Donald Stewart Alfred Bussell (Ind)
Fremantle Labor John Dawkins Maxwell Adams Colin Hull Margo Condoleon (SWP)
Timothy Peach (SLL)
Kalgoorlie Labor Graeme Campbell Douglas Krepp Blair Nancarrow Joseph Boschetti (Ind)
Moore Liberal Allen Blanchard John Hyde Alan Needham
O'Connor Liberal Kim Chance Wilson Tuckey Denis Kidby James Ferguson (NPW)
Brian Pearce (Nat)
Perth Liberal Ric Charlesworth Ross McLean Geoffrey Syme
Stirling Liberal Ron Edwards Ian Viner Maria Phillips
Swan Labor Kim Beazley Jeffrey Roberts Kevin Trent Linda Mere (SWP)
Tangney Liberal George Gear Peter Shack Ronald Murray Bronwen Beachey (SWP)

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 Labor Party was defending one seat. The Liberal Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Democrats candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Susan Ryan*
  2. Marc Robinson
  1. Margaret Reid*
  2. John Munro
  1. Charles Price
  2. Dimmen de Graaff

Brian Scott (Ind)
Ian Rout (DSPA)

New South Wales[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending five seats. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending four seats. The Australian Democrats were defending one seat.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Democrats candidates CTA candidates EAPP candidates Peace on Earth candidates
 
  1. Doug McClelland*
  2. Arthur Gietzelt*
  3. Graham Richardson*
  4. Kerry Sibraa*
  5. Bruce Childs*
  6. Sue West
  1. Sir John Carrick* (Lib)
  2. Peter Baume* (Lib)
  3. Douglas Scott* (Nat)
  4. Misha Lajovic* (Lib)
  5. Chris Puplick (Lib)
  6. Doug Moppett (Nat)
  1. Colin Mason*
  2. Paul McLean
  3. Christine Townend
  4. Megan Sampson
  5. Peter Hains
  6. Rodney Irvine
  1. Clair Isbister
  2. John Whitehall
  3. Graham McLennan
  4. Kevin Hume
  5. Thomas Toogood
  6. Elaine Nile
  1. James Firbank
  2. Valerianne Hill
  3. William Lewis
  1. Dudley Leggett
  2. Michelle Sheather
Progress candidates New Party candidates SWP candidates Socialist candidates Integrity candidates New Australian candidates
 
  1. Marjorie Wisby
  2. Archibald Brown
  3. William More
  1. Vincent Murphy
  2. Stephen Tsousis
  1. Amanda Orr
  2. Andres Garin
  1. Peter Symon
  2. Harry Black
  3. Stratos Mavrantonis
  1. Kenneth Aylward
  2. Antony Maurice
  3. Geoffrey Holt
  1. Rudolph Dezelin
  2. Milan Riznic
AFM candidates Republican candidates SDP candidates White Australia candidates Group A candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Jon Axtens
  2. Joseph Fusco
  1. Peter Consandine
  2. Peter Maroney
  1. Walter Roach
  2. Edward de Bouter
  3. Johann Liszikam
  1. Robert Cameron
  2. Russell Scrivener
  1. Ronald Weatherall
  2. Keith Gleeson

John Comyns
Glen Davis
Kaine Aalto
Ross Baldwin
Raymond Butcher
Burnum Burnum
Stephen Starkey

Northern Territory[edit]

Two seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending one seat. The Country Liberal Party was defending one seat.

Labor candidates CLP candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Ted Robertson*
  2. Denise Fincham
  1. Bernie Kilgariff*
  2. Dallas Drake

Fay Lawrence (Dem)
Harold Brown (Ind)

Queensland[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal Party was defending three seats (although Liberal Senator Neville Bonner was contesting the election as an independent). The National Party was defending two seats. The Australian Democrats were defending one seat.

Labor candidates Liberal candidates National candidates Democrats candidates Bonner candidates Progress candidates
 
  1. George Georges*
  2. Mal Colston*
  3. Gerry Jones*
  4. Margaret Reynolds*
  5. Robert Gleeson
  6. Susan Yarrow
  1. Kathy Martin*
  2. David MacGibbon*
  3. Edi Solari
  4. David Watson
  1. Florence Bjelke-Petersen*
  2. Stan Collard*
  3. Ron Boswell*
  4. Patrick Behan
  1. Michael Macklin*
  2. Stanley Stanley
  3. Gilruth Rees
  4. Anthony Walters
  5. Allan Holz
  1. Neville Bonner
  2. Audrey Pengelis
  1. Vivian Forbes
  2. Jill Weil
Petrov candidates Integrity candidates Humanitarian candidates SWP candidates Christian Voice candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Cyril McKenzie
  2. Vynette McKenzie
  1. Victor Bridger
  2. Michael Comerford
  3. Alan Ellis
  1. Derek Gillmore
  2. Marcus Platen
  1. Jonathan West
  2. John Coleman
  1. John Herzog
  2. Tass Augustakis
  3. John Carlisle

John Fitzgerald
Norman Eather
Anthony Catip
Ivan Harris
Estelle Cattoni
Francis Ross
Milan Lorman

South Australia[edit]

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

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Democrats candidates National candidates Communist candidates Integrity candidates
 
  1. Ron Elstob*
  2. Dominic Foreman*
  3. Nick Bolkus*
  4. Graham Maguire*
  5. Rosemary Crowley*
  6. Brian Keneally
  1. Tony Messner*
  2. Robert Hill*
  3. Don Jessop*
  4. Baden Teague*
  5. Sir Harold Young
  6. Graham Ingerson
  1. Janine Haines*
  2. Ted Radoslovich
  3. Margaret-Ann Williams
  4. David Vigor
  5. John Beech
  6. Patricia Shortridge
  1. Kevin Schulz
  2. William Nosworthy
  3. Stanley Draganoff
  1. Anne McMenamin
  2. John Humphrys
  1. Betty Luks
  2. Barry Lindner
  3. Belle Harris
  4. John Wadey
SWP candidates SDP candidates Socialist candidates Ungrouped candidates
 
  1. Douglas Lorimer
  2. Jennifer Fisher
  1. Roger Orsmby
  2. John Parker
  1. Brian Rooney
  2. Laurence Kiek

William Forster (Libertarian)
Colin George (Ind)

Tasmania[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal Party was defending five seats. Independent Senator Brian Harradine was defending one seat.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Democrats candidates Harradine candidates
 
  1. Don Grimes*
  2. Michael Tate*
  3. Jean Hearn*
  4. John Coates*
  5. John White
  6. Vicki Buchanan
  1. Peter Rae*
  2. Shirley Walters*
  3. Brian Archer*
  4. Michael Townley*
  5. John Watson*
  6. Gordon Ibbett
  1. Norm Sanders
  2. Peter Creet
  3. Margaret Duthoit
  1. Brian Harradine*
  2. John Jones

Victoria[edit]

Ten seats were up for election. The Labor Party was defending four seats. The Liberal-National Coalition was defending four seats. The Australian Democrats were defending two seats.

Labor candidates Coalition candidates Democrats candidates DLP candidates Integrity candidates Advance Victoria candidates
 
  1. John Button*
  2. Gareth Evans*
  3. Cyril Primmer*
  4. Robert Ray*
  5. Olive Zakharov*
  6. Geoffrey Fary
  1. Dame Margaret Guilfoyle* (Lib)
  2. Austin Lewis* (Lib)
  3. Alan Missen* (Lib)
  4. David Hamer* (Lib)
  5. Shirley McKerrow (Nat)
  6. Murray Buzza (Nat)
  1. Don Chipp*
  2. John Siddons
  3. Janet Powell
  4. Ian Price
  1. Brian Handley
  2. Edna Hall
  3. John Easton
  4. James Jordan
  1. Robert J. Steer
  2. Louis Cook
  3. Robert B. Steer
  4. Beverley Meagher
  5. Miliano Mele
  1. Thomas Kelly
  2. Ellen Kelly
  3. Stephen Kelly
  4. Nicholas Kelly
Socialist candidates PTBA candidates SWP candidates Pensioner candidates Progress candidates SDP candidates
 
  1. Trevor McCandless
  2. Mark Treloar
  1. Athol Kelly
  2. Graham Todd
  1. Maree Walk
  2. Andrew Jamieson
  1. Neil McKay
  2. Joseph Radcliffe
  3. George Cole
  1. Ian Mackechnie
  2. David Miller
  1. Joseph Johnson
  2. Brian Coe
Ungrouped candidates
 

Jim Cairns (Ind)
Andrew Kaspariunas (Ind)
Louis Constant (Ind)
Nikolaos Millios (Eth)

Earl Mignon (Ind)
Leonard Stubbs (Ind)
Umberto Mammarella (Ind)
Patrick Flanagan (Ind)

Western Australia[edit]

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

Labor candidates Liberal candidates Democrats candidates National candidates NPW candidates SWP candidates
 
  1. Peter Walsh*
  2. Ruth Coleman*
  3. Gordon McIntosh*
  4. Patricia Giles*
  5. Peter Cook*
  6. Jim McKiernan
  1. Fred Chaney*
  2. Peter Durack*
  3. Noel Crichton-Browne*
  4. Reg Withers*
  5. Andrew Thomas
  6. John Martyr
  1. Jack Evans*
  2. Shirley de la Hunty
  3. Richard Jeffreys
  4. James Anderson
  1. Albert Llewellyn
  2. John Sattler
  3. Rodney Frost
  1. Murray Anderson
  2. Edna Adams
  3. Donald Bannister
  1. Anthony Forward
  2. Peter Holloway
SDP candidates Group H candidates Group I candidates
 
  1. Richard Savage
  2. Kerry Stevens
  1. Robin Linke
  2. Charles Lee
  1. Francesco Nesci
  2. Nellie Stuart

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 43 * 33 * 19 * 11 * 11 * 5 * 2 * 1 * 125 8
Liberal Party of Australia 34 * 33 * 13 * 11 * 11 * 5 * 2 * 109 7
National Party of Australia 9 * 5 * 14 * 1 * 3 * 32 5
Country Liberal Party 1 * 1 1
Australian Democrats 39 * 32 * 17 * 11 * 11 * 5 * * 1 * 116 8
Socialist Workers Party 15 * 9 * 4 * 3 * 4 * 2 37 5
Progress Party 7 * * 4 * 11 3
Democratic Labor Party 11 * 11 1
Socialist Labour League 3 1 1 1 6
Communist Party of Australia 4 1 * 5 1
Imperial British Conservative Party 4 4
Socialist Party of Australia 1 * * 2 * 3 3
Deadly Serious Party 2 * 2 1
Conservative Nationalist Party 2 2
Australian Christian Party 2 2
Engineered Australia Plan Party 1 * 1 1
National Humanitarian Party 1 * 1 1
National Party of Western Australia 1 * 1 1
Libertarian Party of Australia 1 * 1 1
National South West Coalition 1 1
True Independent 1 1
New South Wales Green Party 1 1
Australia Party 1 1
Social Democratic Party * * * * 4
Integrity Team * * * * 4
Call to Australia * 1
Peace on Earth * 1
The New Party * 1
New Australian Party * 1
Australian Family Movement * 1
Republican Party of Australia * 1
White Australia Movement * 1
Advance Victoria * 1
Proud to be Australian * 1
Pensioner Party of Australia * 1
Ethnic Party of Australia * 1
Party to Expose the Petrov Conspiracy * 1
Christian Voice * 1
Independent and other 23 6 6 2 2 2 1 3 45

See also[edit]

References[edit]