Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1981–1984

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1981 to 1984:

Name Party Years in office
Franca Arena ALP 1981–1999
Peter Baldwin2 ALP 1976–1982
Hon George Brenner ALP 1981–1991
Don Burton ALP 1976–1984
Hon Frank Calabro Liberal 1970–1988
Hon Virginia Chadwick Liberal 1978–1999
Fergus Darling 1 Liberal 1976–1981
Hon Jack Doohan National 1978–1991
Hon Fred Duncan Liberal 1972–1984
Ron Dyer ALP 1979–2003
Marie Fisher ALP 1978–1988
Hon Dr Derek Freeman 1 Liberal 1973–1981, 1981–1984
Hon Barney French ALP 1973–1991
Jack Garland ALP 1981–1990
Hon Deirdre Grusovin ALP 1978–1990
Hon Jack Hallam ALP 1973–1991
Fred Hankinson3 ALP 1984–1991
Clive Healey ALP 1970–1988
Hon John Holt Liberal 1972–1984
Dorothy Isaksen ALP 1978–1988, 1990–1999
Johno Johnson ALP 1976–2001
Hon Jim Kaldis ALP 1978–1999
Hon Bill Kennedy National 1971–1984
Richard Killen National 1981–1991
Norm King ALP 1978–1988
Hon Elisabeth Kirkby Democrat 1981–1998
Hon Delcia Kite ALP 1976–1995
Paul Landa3 ALP 1973–1984
Hon Lloyd Lange Liberal 1974–1986
Hon Toby MacDiarmid National 1973–1988
Hon John Matthews Liberal 1981–1991
John Morris ALP 1976–1984
Rev Fred Nile Call to Australia 1981–2004, 2004–present
Nathanael Orr Liberal 1976–1984
Hon Peter Philips Liberal 1976–1988
Ted Pickering Liberal 1976–1995
Hon Ken Reed ALP 1981–1991
Bob Rowland Smith National 1974–1999
Bill Sandwith Liberal 1976–1984
Hon Sir Adrian Solomons National 1969–1991
Ann Symonds2 ALP 1982–1998
Hon Joe Thompson ALP 1974–1988
Roy Turner ALP 1975–1984
Hon Bryan Vaughan ALP 1981–1999
Hon Barrie Unsworth ALP 1978–1986
Peter Watkins ALP 1978–1987
Hon Max Willis Liberal 1970–1999
1 Liberal MLC Fergus Darling died on 3 October 1981. Former MLC Dr Derek Freeman was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 18 November.
2 ALP MLC Peter Baldwin resigned on 18 August 1982 in order to contest the Australian House of Representatives seat of Sydney at the 1983 federal election. Ann Symonds was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 8 September.
3 ALP MLC Paul Landa resigned on 3 March 1984 in order to contest the Legislative Assembly seat of Peats at the 1984 state election. Fred Hankinson was appointed to the resulting casual vacancy on 28 March.
Members of the Parliament of New South Wales
Legislative Council

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Legislative Assembly

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