Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1970–1973
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|
|Alexander Alam||ALP||1925–1958, 1963–1973|
|Norman Boland 1||Independent Labor||1966–1970|
|Roger de Bryon-Faes||Liberal||1961–1981|
|Sir Harry Budd||Country||1946–1978|
|Cyril Cahill||Independent Labor||1949–1977|
|Sir Hector Clayton||Independent||1937–1973|
|Leo Connellan 3||Country||1969–1970, 1970–1981|
|Reg Downing 5||ALP||1940–1972|
|John Ducker 5||ALP||1972–1979|
|Fred Duncan 5||Liberal||1972–1984|
|Harry Gardiner||Independent Labor||1960–1974|
|Thomas Gleeson||Independent Labor||1946–1975|
|John Holt 7||Liberal||1972–1984|
|Ted Humphries 6||Liberal||1972–1978|
|Sir Asher Joel||Country||1958–1978|
|Bill Kennedy 4||Country||1971–1984|
|Christopher Love 2||ALP||1955–1970|
|Jim Maloney 6||ALP||1941–1972|
|John McIntosh 4||Country||1964–1971|
|Hubert O'Connell 5||Independent Labor||1967–1971|
|Perceval Shipton 7||Liberal||1964–1972|
|Harry Sullivan 1||Independent||1970–1977|
|Gavin Sutherland 3||ALP||1956–1970|
|Sir Edward Warren||Liberal||1955–1978|
|Max Willis 2||Liberal||1970–1999|
- 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.