Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1970–1973

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1970 to 1973. At this time the Council was not directly elected, but was chosen by members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly at triennial elections.

Name Party Years in office
Harold Ahern Liberal 1949–1973
Alexander Alam ALP 1925–1958, 1963–1973
Evelyn Barron ALP 1964–1976
Norman Boland 1 Independent Labor 1966–1970
Fred Bowen ALP 1966–1976
Roger de Bryon-Faes Liberal 1961–1981
Sir Harry Budd Country 1946–1978
Cedric Cahill Labor 1954–1973
Cyril Cahill Independent Labor 1949–1977
Frank Calabro Liberal 1970–1988
Sir Hector Clayton Independent 1937–1973
Harry Cockerill ALP 1959–1973
Col Colborne ALP 1949–1973
Leo Connellan 3 Country 1969–1970, 1970–1981
William Coulter ALP 1947–1978
Margaret Davis Liberal 1967–1978
Reg Downing 5 ALP 1940–1972
John Ducker 5 ALP 1972–1979
Fred Duncan 5 Liberal 1972–1984
Robert Erskine ALP 1949–1973
Thomas Erskine Liberal 1970–1978
Stanley Eskell Liberal 1958–1978
Dick Evans Liberal 1969–1978
Otway Falkiner Country 1946–1978
John Fuller Country 1961–1978
Eileen Furley Liberal 1962–1976
Harry Gardiner Independent Labor 1960–1974
Walter Geraghty ALP 1961–1978
Thomas Gleeson Independent Labor 1946–1975
Trevor Gordon ALP 1964–1976
Clive Healey ALP 1970–1988
Frederick Hewitt Liberal 1955–1976
John Holt 7 Liberal 1972–1984
Ted Humphries 6 Liberal 1972–1978
Sir Asher Joel Country 1958–1978
Geoffrey Keighley Country 1965–1978
Bill Kennedy 4 Country 1971–1984
Christopher Love 2 ALP 1955–1970
Jim Maloney 6 ALP 1941–1972
Richmond Manyweathers Country 1968–1978
Ralph Marsh ALP 1962–1976
John McIntosh 4 Country 1964–1971
Thomas McKay Liberal 1966–1978
Herb McPherson ALP 1964–1981
William Murray ALP 1952–1976
Lindsay North ALP 1964–1976
Hubert O'Connell 5 Independent Labor 1967–1971
Clyde Packer Liberal 1964–1976
William Peters ALP 1959–1978
Graham Pratten Country 1937–1976
Anne Press Liberal 1959–1978
Bernard Riley Liberal 1968–1973
Edna Roper ALP 1958–1978
Amelia Rygate ALP 1961–1978
Leroy Serisier ALP 1970–1978
Perceval Shipton 7 Liberal 1964–1972
Adrian Solomons Country 1969–1991
Frank Spicer Country 1925–1973
Harry Sullivan 1 Independent 1970–1977
Gavin Sutherland 3 ALP 1956–1970
Norman Thom ALP 1950–1978
Eben Vickery Country 1967–1974
Sir Edward Warren Liberal 1955–1978
John Weir ALP 1949–1973
Max Willis 2 Liberal 1970–1999
Neville Wran ALP 1970–1973
Ernest Wright ALP 1943–1973
1 Independent Labor MLC Norman Boland died on 14 April 1970. Independent candidate Harry Sullivan was elected as his replacement on 14 August 1970.
2 ALP MLC Christopher Love died on 7 April 1970. Liberal candidate Max Willis was elected as his replacement on 2 September 1970.
3 ALP MLC Gavin Sutherland died on 17 August 1970. Country candidate Leo Connellan was elected as is replacement on 9 September 1970.
4 Country MLC John McIntosh died on 10 August 1971. Country candidate Bill Kennedy was elected as his replacement on 16 September 1971.
5 Independent Labor MLC Hubert O'Connell died on 18 December 1971; ALP MLC Reg Downing resigned on 4 February 1972. ALP candidate John Ducker and Liberal candidate Fred Duncan were elected as their replacements on 29 February 1972.
6 ALP MLC Jim Maloney resigned on 16 February 1972. Liberal candidate Ted Humphries was elected as his replacement on 14 March 1972.
7 Liberal MLC Perceval Shipton died on 11 August 1972. Liberal candidate John Holt was elected as his replacement on 30 August 1972.