Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 1990–1993

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This is a list of members of the Australian House of Representatives from 1990 to 1993, as elected at the 1990 federal election.[1]

Member Party Electorate State Term in office
Ken Aldred Liberal Deakin Vic 1975–1980, 1983–1996
John Anderson National Gwydir NSW 1989–2007
Neil Andrew Liberal Wakefield SA 1983–2004
Kevin Andrews [1] Liberal Menzies Vic 1991–present
Rod Atkinson Liberal Isaacs Vic 1990–1996
Fran Bailey Liberal McEwen Vic 1990–1993, 1996–2010
Peter Baldwin Labor Sydney NSW 1983–1998
Julian Beale Liberal Bruce Vic 1984–1996
Hon Kim Beazley Labor Swan WA 1980–2007
David Beddall Labor Rankin Qld 1983–1998
Arch Bevis Labor Brisbane Qld 1990–2010
Gordon Bilney Labor Kingston SA 1983–1996
Hon Dr Neal Blewett Labor Bonython SA 1977–1994
John Bradford Liberal McPherson Qld 1990–1998
Ray Braithwaite National Dawson Qld 1975–1996
Hon Laurie Brereton Labor Kingsford-Smith NSW 1990–2004
Russell Broadbent Liberal Corinella Vic 1990–1993, 1996–1998,
2004–present
Hon Bob Brown Labor Charlton NSW 1980–1998
Hon Neil Brown [1] Liberal Menzies Vic 1969–1972, 1975–1983,
1984–1991
Max Burr Liberal Lyons Tas 1975–1993
Alan Cadman Liberal Mitchell NSW 1974–2007
Ewen Cameron Liberal Indi Vic 1977–1993
Graeme Campbell Labor Kalgoorlie WA 1980–1998
Hon Jim Carlton Liberal Mackellar NSW 1977–1994
Dr Bob Catley Labor Adelaide SA 1990–1993
Dr Ric Charlesworth Labor Perth WA 1983–1993
Hon Fred Chaney Liberal Pearce WA 1990–1993
Bob Charles Liberal La Trobe Vic 1990–2004
Phil Cleary [2] Independent Wills Vic 1992, 1993–1996
Michael Cobb National Parkes NSW 1984–1998
David Connolly Liberal Bradfield NSW 1974–1996
Peter Costello Liberal Higgins Vic 1990–2009
Brian Courtice Labor Hinkler Qld 1987–1993
Bruce Cowan National Lyne NSW 1980–1993
Mary Crawford Labor Forde Qld 1987–1996
Simon Crean Labor Hotham Vic 1990–2013
Hon Janice Crosio Labor Prospect NSW 1990–2004
Hon Elaine Darling Labor Lilley Qld 1980–1993
Hon John Dawkins Labor Fremantle WA 1974–1975, 1977–1994
Hon Don Dobie Liberal Cook NSW 1966–1972, 1975–1998
Alexander Downer Liberal Mayo SA 1984–2008
Stephen Dubois Labor St George NSW 1984–1993
Hon Michael Duffy Labor Holt Vic 1980–1996
Hon Peter Duncan Labor Makin SA 1984–1996
Dr Harry Edwards Liberal Berowra NSW 1972–1993
Ron Edwards Labor Stirling WA 1983–1993
Paul Elliott Labor Parramatta NSW 1990–1996
Wendy Fatin Labor Brand WA 1983–1996
Laurie Ferguson Labor Reid NSW 1990–2016
Hon Wal Fife Liberal Hume NSW 1975–1993
Paul Filing Liberal Moore WA 1990–1998
Tim Fischer National Farrer NSW 1984–2001
Peter Fisher National Mallee Vic 1972–1993
Eric Fitzgibbon Labor Hunter NSW 1984–1996
Frank Ford Liberal Dunkley Vic 1990–1993
Ross Free Labor Lindsay NSW 1980–1996
Christine Gallus Liberal Hawker SA 1990–2004
John Gayler Labor Leichhardt Qld 1983–1993
George Gear Labor Canning WA 1983–1996
Garrie Gibson Labor Moreton Qld 1990–1996
Bruce Goodluck Liberal Franklin Tas 1975–1993
Russ Gorman Labor Greenway NSW 1983–1996
Ted Grace Labor Fowler NSW 1984–1998
Alan Griffiths Labor Maribyrnong Vic 1983–1996
Steele Hall Liberal Boothby SA 1981–1996
Bob Halverson Liberal Casey Vic 1984–1998
Hon Gerry Hand Labor Melbourne Vic 1983–1993
Hon Bob Hawke [2] Labor Wills Vic 1980–1992
David Hawker Liberal Wannon Vic 1983–2010
Dr John Hewson Liberal Wentworth NSW 1987–1995
Noel Hicks National Riverina-Darling NSW 1980–1998
Hon Clyde Holding Labor Melbourne Ports Vic 1977–1998
Colin Hollis Labor Throsby NSW 1983–1998
Hon John Howard Liberal Bennelong NSW 1974–2007
Hon Brian Howe Labor Batman Vic 1977–1996
Rob Hulls Labor Kennedy Qld 1990–1993
Hon Ben Humphreys Labor Griffith Qld 1977–1996
Carolyn Jakobsen Labor Cowan WA 1984–1993
Harry Jenkins Labor Scullin Vic 1986–2013
Gary Johns Labor Petrie Qld 1987–1996
Hon Barry Jones Labor Lalor Vic 1977–1998
David Jull Liberal Fadden Qld 1975–1983, 1984–2007
Hon Paul Keating Labor Blaxland NSW 1969–1996
Hon Ros Kelly Labor Canberra ACT 1980–1995
Dr David Kemp Liberal Goldstein Vic 1990–2004
Hon John Kerin Labor Werriwa NSW 1972–1975, 1978–1993
Duncan Kerr Labor Denison Tas 1987–2010
John Langmore Labor Fraser ACT 1984–1997
Michael Lavarch Labor Fisher Qld 1987–1996
Michael Lee Labor Dobell NSW 1984–2001
Ted Lindsay Labor Herbert Qld 1983–1996
Bruce Lloyd National Murray Vic 1971–1996
Ted Mack Independent North Sydney NSW 1990–1996
Hon Michael MacKellar Liberal Warringah NSW 1969–1994
Stephen Martin Labor Macarthur NSW 1984–2002
Stewart McArthur Liberal Corangamite Vic 1984–2007
Peter McGauran National Gippsland Vic 1983–2008
Hon Jeannette McHugh Labor Phillip NSW 1983–1996
Ian McLachlan Liberal Barker SA 1990–1998
Hon Leo McLeay Labor Grayndler NSW 1979–2004
Daryl Melham Labor Banks NSW 1990–2013
Chris Miles Liberal Braddon Tas 1984–1998
Hon John Moore Liberal Ryan Qld 1975–2001
Allan Morris Labor Newcastle NSW 1983–1998
Hon Peter Morris Labor Shortland NSW 1972–1998
Garry Nehl National Cowper NSW 1984–2001
Neville Newell Labor Richmond NSW 1990–1996
Peter Nugent Liberal Aston Vic 1990–2001
Neil O'Keefe Labor Burke Vic 1984–2001
Lloyd O'Neil Labor Grey SA 1983–1993
Hon Andrew Peacock Liberal Kooyong Vic 1966–1994
Roger Price Labor Chifley NSW 1984–2010
Geoff Prosser Liberal Forrest WA 1987–2007
Hon Gary Punch Labor Barton NSW 1983–1996
Hon Bruce Reid Liberal Bendigo Vic 1990–1998
Peter Reith Liberal Flinders Vic 1982–1983, 1984–2001
John Riggall Liberal McMillan Vic 1990–1993
Allan Rocher Liberal Curtin WA 1981–1998
Michael Ronaldson Liberal Ballarat Vic 1990–2001
Philip Ruddock Liberal Dundas NSW 1973–2016
Rod Sawford Labor Port Adelaide SA 1988–2007
Hon Gordon Scholes Labor Corio Vic 1967–1993
Con Sciacca Labor Bowman Qld 1987–2004
Bruce Scott National Maranoa Qld 1990–2016
John Scott Labor Hindmarsh SA 1980–1993
Les Scott Labor Oxley Qld 1988–1996
Peter Shack Liberal Tangney WA 1977–1983, 1984–1993
John Sharp National Gilmore NSW 1984–1998
Hon David Simmons Labor Calare NSW 1983–1996
Rt Hon Ian Sinclair National New England NSW 1963–1998
Warwick Smith Liberal Bass Tas 1984–1993
Jim Snow Labor Eden-Monaro NSW 1983–1996
Warren Snowdon Labor Northern Territory NT 1987–1996, 1998–present
Alex Somlyay Liberal Fairfax Qld 1990–2013
Hon Peter Staples Labor Jagajaga Vic 1983–1996
Kathy Sullivan Liberal Moncrieff Qld 1984–2001
Bill Taylor Liberal Groom Qld 1988–1998
Dr Andrew Theophanous Labor Calwell Vic 1980–2001
Robert Tickner Labor Hughes NSW 1984–1996
Warren Truss National Wide Bay Qld 1990–2016
Wilson Tuckey Liberal O'Connor WA 1980–2010
Hon Frank Walker Labor Robertson NSW 1990–1996
Alasdair Webster Liberal Macquarie NSW 1984–1993
Hon Stewart West Labor Cunningham NSW 1977–1993
Hon Ralph Willis Labor Gellibrand Vic 1972–1998
Hon Ian Wilson Liberal Sturt SA 1966–1969, 1972–1993
Dr Bob Woods Liberal Lowe NSW 1987–1993
Harry Woods Labor Page NSW 1990–1996
Dr Michael Wooldridge Liberal Chisholm Vic 1987–2001
Keith Wright Labor/Independent [3] Capricornia Qld 1984–1993
1 Menzies Liberal MP Neil Brown resigned in early 1991. Liberal candidate Kevin Andrews won the resulting by-election.
2 Wills Labor MP and outgoing Prime Minister Bob Hawke resigned in early 1992. Independent candidate Phil Cleary won the resulting by-election, only to have the result overturned by the Court of Disputed Returns in the landmark case Sykes v Cleary on the grounds that Cleary, a school teacher, was in the employ of the government at the time. Another by-election was not held due to the proximity of the 1993 election, where Cleary, having resigned his teaching position, again won the seat.
3 Capricornia Labor MP Keith Wright was charged with sex offences in late 1992. He subsequently lost preselection to recontest his seat at the 1993 federal election, and was expelled from the party on 20 February 1993 after nominating to recontest his seat as an independent.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Historical information on the Australian Parliament" (PDF). Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 29 October 2016.