Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1934–1937
This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1934 to 1937. At this time the Council was not directly elected, but was chosen by a joint sitting of the New South Wales Parliament. This replaced a previous system where members had been appointed for life on the advice of the Premier.
|Name||Party||Years in office|
|Alexander Alam||ALP||1925–1958, 1963–1973|
|Thomas Armstrong 3||UAP||1935–1955|
|Sir Henry Braddon||UAP||1917–1940|
|Charles Bridges||ALP||1925–1937, 1940–1943|
|Edward Collins 1,4||UAP||1932–1934, 1934–1936|
|Lionel Courtenay 2||UAP||1932–1934|
|Edward Grayndler 5||ALP||1921–1934, 1936–1943|
|John Higgins 5||FLP/ALP||1921–1936|
|Sir Norman Kater||Country||1923–1955|
|Harold Nicholas 3||UAP||1932–1935|
|Sir John Peden||UAP||1917–1946|
|Daniel Rees 1||ALP||1931–1934|
|Sir Charles Rosenthal 4||UAP||1936–1937|
|Sir Allen Taylor||UAP||1912–1940|
|Sir Frederick Tout||Country||1932–1946|
|Sir Arthur Trethowan||Country||1916–1937|
|Sir Graham Waddell||Country||1934–1943|
|Sir Samuel Walder||UAP||1932–1943|
|Horace Whiddon 2||UAP||1934–1955|
- 1 Labor MLC Daniel Rees died on 19 June 1934. UAP candidate Edward Collins was elected as his replacement on 9 August 1934.
- 2 UAP MLC Lionel Courtenay resigned on 8 August 1934. UAP candidate Horace Whiddon was elected as his replacement on 27 September 1934.
- 3 UAP MLC Harold Nicholas resigned on 4 January 1935. UAP candidate Thomas Armstrong was elected as his replacement on 26 February 1935.
- 4 UAP MLC Edward Collins died on 8 April 1936. UAP candidate Sir Charles Rosenthal was elected as his replacement on 3 June 1936.
- 5 Labor MLC John Higgins died on 28 July 1936. Labor candidate Edward Grayndler was elected as his replacement on 10 November 1936.