Electoral district of Lyndhurst (New South Wales)
Lyndhurst was an electoral district of the Legislative Assembly in the Australian state of New South Wales, created in 1913, partly replacing Blayney and Belubula, and named after and including Lyndhurst. It was abolished in 1920 with the introduction of proportional representation and largely absorbed into Bathurst.
Members for Lyndhurst
|Thomas Waddell||Liberal Reform||1913–1917|
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