Electoral district of Bulli
Bulli was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales in the Bulli area. It was originally created in 1930, replacing Wollongong. In 1971 it was abolished and was divided between the new electoral district of Heathcote and Corrimal. In 1991, Heathcote was abolished and Bulli was recreated. In 1999, Bulli was abolished and Heathcote was recreated.
Members for Bulli
|First incarnation (1930–1971)|
|Andrew Lysaght, junior||Labor||1930–1933|
|Laurie Kelly Sr.||Labor||1947–1955|
|Second incarnation (1991–1999)|
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