Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 1995–1999

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 1995 to 1999, as elected at the 1995 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Pam Allan Labor Blacktown 1988–2007
Richard Amery Labor Mount Druitt 1983–2015
Jim Anderson Labor St Marys 1995–2003
Marie Andrews Labor Peats 1995–2011
John Aquilina Labor Riverstone 1981–2011
Hon Ian Armstrong National Lachlan 1981–2007
Diane Beamer Labor Badgerys Creek 1995–2011
Don Beck National Murwillumbah 1984–1999
Bill Beckroge Labor Broken Hill 1981–1999
Peter Blackmore Liberal Maitland 1981–1999
John Brogden [5] Liberal Pittwater 1996–2005
Hon Bob Carr Labor Maroubra 1983–2005
Hon Ian Causley [1] National Clarence 1984–1996
Ray Chappell National Northern Tablelands 1987–1999
Hon Kerry Chikarovski Liberal Lane Cove 1991–2003
Mick Clough Labor Bathurst 1976–1988, 1991–1999
Peter Cochran [10] National Monaro 1988–1998
Hon Peter Collins Liberal Willoughby 1981–2003
Paul Crittenden Labor Wyong 1991–2007
Adrian Cruickshank National Murrumbidgee 1984–1999
Peter Debnam Liberal Vaucluse 1994–2011
Hon Bob Debus Labor Blue Mountains 1981–1988, 1995–2007
Hon Chris Downy [7] Liberal Sutherland 1988–1997
Eric Ellis Liberal South Coast 1995–1999
Richard Face Labor Charlestown 1972–2003
Hon John Fahey [2] Liberal Southern Highlands 1984–1996
Marie Ficarra Liberal Georges River 1995–1999
Andrew Fraser National Coffs Harbour 1990–present
Bryce Gaudry Labor Newcastle 1991–2007
Paul Gibson Labor Londonderry 1988–2011
Ian Glachan Liberal Albury 1988–2003
Deirdre Grusovin Labor Heffron 1990–2003
Jill Hall [9] Labor Swansea 1995–1998
Bob Harrison Labor Kiama 1986–1999
Gabrielle Harrison Labor Parramatta 1994–2003
Hon Chris Hartcher Liberal Gosford 1988–2015
Brad Hazzard Liberal Wakehurst 1991–present
Andrew Humpherson Liberal Davidson 1992–2007
Jeff Hunter Labor Lake Macquarie 1991–2007
Morris Iemma Labor Hurstville 1991–2008
Bruce Jeffery National Oxley 1984–1999
Dr Liz Kernohan Liberal Camden 1991–2003
Malcolm Kerr Liberal Cronulla 1984–2011
Jeremy Kinross Liberal Gordon 1992–1999
Michael Knight Labor Campbelltown 1981–2003
Craig Knowles Labor Moorebank 1990–2005
Brian Langton Labor Kogarah 1983–1999
Faye Lo Po' Labor Penrith 1991–2003
Jim Longley [5] Liberal Pittwater 1986–1996
Paul Lynch Labor Liverpool 1995–present
Bruce MacCarthy [3] Liberal Strathfield 1996–1998
Dr Peter Macdonald Independent Manly 1991–1999
Hon Wendy Machin [6] National Port Macquarie 1985–1996
Col Markham Labor Keira 1988–2003
Bob Martin Labor Port Stephens 1988, 1988–1999
Grant McBride Labor The Entrance 1992–2011
Ian McManus Labor Bulli 1987–2003
Reba Meagher Labor Cabramatta 1994–2008
Wayne Merton Liberal Baulkham Hills 1988–2011
John Mills Labor Wallsend 1988–2007
Clover Moore Independent Bligh 1988–2012
Kevin Moss Labor Canterbury 1986–2003
John Murray Labor Drummoyne 1982–2003
Peter Nagle Labor Auburn 1988–2001
Stan Neilly Labor Cessnock 1981–1988, 1991–1999
Sandra Nori Labor Port Jackson 1988–2007
Rob Oakeshott [6] National Port Macquarie 1996–2008
Stephen O'Doherty Liberal Ku-ring-gai 1992–2003
Barry O'Farrell Liberal Northcott 1995–2015
Don Page National Ballina 1988–2015
Ernie Page Labor Coogee 1981–2003
Hon Gerry Peacocke National Dubbo 1981–1999
Hon Ron Phillips Liberal Miranda 1984–1999
Hon Michael Photios Liberal Ermington 1988–1999
John Price Labor Waratah 1984–2007
Dr Andrew Refshauge Labor Marrickville 1983–2005
Michael Richardson Liberal The Hills 1993–2011
Bill Rixon National Lismore 1988–1999
Pat Rogan Labor East Hills 1973–1999
Hon Kevin Rozzoli Liberal Hawkesbury 1973–2003
Terry Rumble Labor Illawarra 1988–1999
Hon Joe Schipp Liberal Wagga Wagga 1975–1999
Alby Schultz [8] Liberal Burrinjuck 1988–1998
Carl Scully Labor Smithfield 1990–2007
Peta Seaton [2] Liberal Southern Highlands 1996–2007
Doug Shedden Labor Bankstown 1987–1999
Jillian Skinner Liberal North Shore 1994–2017
Ian Slack-Smith National Barwon 1995–2007
Jim Small National Murray 1985–1999
Russell Smith Liberal Bega 1988–2003
Hon George Souris National Upper Hunter 1988–2015
Tony Stewart Labor Lakemba 1995–2011
Lorna Stone [7] Liberal Sutherland 1997–1999
Gerry Sullivan Labor Wollongong 1991–1999
George Thompson Labor Rockdale 1991–2003
Andrew Tink Liberal Eastwood 1988–2007
Joe Tripodi Labor Fairfield 1995–2011
John Turner National Myall Lakes 1988–2011
Russell Turner [4] National Orange 1996–2011
John Watkins Labor Gladesville 1995–2008
Hon Garry West [4] National Orange 1976–1996
Hon Paul Whelan Labor Ashfield 1976–2003
Tony Windsor Independent Tamworth 1991–2001
Harry Woods [1] Labor Clarence 1996–2003
Kim Yeadon Labor Granville 1990–2007
Paul Zammit [3] Liberal Strathfield 1984–1996
1 Clarence National MLA Ian Causley resigned on 1 February 1996 in order to contest the federal seat of Page at the 1996 election. Labor candidate Harry Woods won the resulting by-election on 25 May.
2 Southern Highlands Liberal MLA John Fahey resigned on 1 February 1996 in order to contest the federal seat of Macarthur at the 1996 election. Liberal candidate Peta Seaton won the resulting by-election on 25 May.
3 Strathfield Liberal MLA Paul Zammit resigned on 1 February 1996 in order to contest the federal seat of Lowe at the 1996 election. Liberal candidate Bruce MacCarthy won the resulting by-election on 25 May.
4 Orange National MLA Garry West resigned on 7 March 1996. National candidate Russell Turner won the resulting by-election on 25 May.
5 Pittwater Liberal MLA Jim Longley resigned on 20 March 1996. Liberal candidate John Brogden won the resulting by-election on 25 May.
6 Port Macquarie National MLA Wendy Machin resigned on 28 August 1996. National candidate Rob Oakeshott won the resulting by-election on 30 November.
7 Sutherland Liberal MLA Chris Downy resigned on 12 February 1997. Liberal candidate Lorna Stone won the resulting by-election on 20 December.
8 Burrinjuck Liberal MLA Alby Schultz resigned on 31 August 1998 in order to contest the federal seat of Hume at the 1998 election. No by-election was held, as the March 1999 state election was only six months away.
9 Swansea Labor MLA Jill Hall resigned on 1 September 1998 in order to contest the federal seat of Shortland at the 1998 election. No by-election was held, as the March 1999 state election was only six months away.
10 Monaro National MLA Peter Cochran resigned on 26 October 1998. No by-election was held, as the March 1999 state election was only five months away.

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