Electoral district of Hurstville

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Hurstville was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, named after and including the Sydney suburb of Hurstville.

It was first established prior to the 1913 state election. It was abolished in 1920, with the introduction of proportional representation and absorbed into St George. It was recreated in 1927 and dissolved in a distribution prior to the 1999 state election. Between 1991 and 1999 it was held by Morris Iemma who went on to become Premier of New South Wales in August 2005.

Members for Hurstville[edit]

First incarnation (1913–1920)
Member Party Term
  Sam Toombs Labor 1913–1917
  Thomas Ley Nationalist 1917–1920
Second incarnation (1927–1999)
Member Party Term
  Walter Butler Labor 1927–1932
  James Webb United Australia 1932–1939
  Clive Evatt Industrial Labor 1939–1939
  Labor 1939–1956
  Independent 1956–1959
  Bill Rigby Labor 1959–1965
  Tom Mead Liberal 1965–1976
  Kevin Ryan Labor 1976–1984
  Guy Yeomans Liberal 1984–1991
  Morris Iemma Labor 1991–1999


Parliament of New South Wales Parliamentary Record Legislative Council and Legislative Assembly 1824 – 2003 Volume vii First Edition