Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1962–1965

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This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1962 to 1965, as elected at the 1962 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
George Bockelberg LCL Eyre 1956–1968
Hon David Brookman LCL Alexandra 1948–1973
Allan Burdon [1] Labor Mount Gambier 1962–1975
Gabe Bywaters Labor Murray 1956–1968
Tom Casey Labor Frome 1960–1970
John Clark Labor Gawler 1952–1973
Des Corcoran Labor Millicent 1962–1968, 1968–1982
John Coumbe LCL Torrens 1956–1977
Reg Curren Labor Chaffey 1962–1968, 1970–1973
Don Dunstan Labor Norwood 1953–1979
James Ferguson [2] LCL Yorke Peninsula 1963–1973
John Freebairn LCL Light 1962–1970
Steele Hall LCL Gouger 1959–1974
Leslie Harding LCL Victoria 1956–1965
James Heaslip LCL Rocky River 1949–1968
Hon Sir Cecil Hincks [2] LCL Yorke Peninsula 1941–1963
Lloyd Hughes Labor Wallaroo 1957–1970
Reg Hurst [4] Labor Semaphore 1964–1973
Cyril Hutchens Labor Hindmarsh 1950–1970
William Jenkins [3] LCL Stirling 1952–1963
Joe Jennings Labor Enfield 1953–1977
Gil Langley Labor Unley 1962–1982
Condor Laucke LCL Barossa 1956–1965
Sam Lawn Labor Adelaide 1950–1971
Ron Loveday Labor Whyalla 1956–1970
William McAnaney [3] LCL Stirling 1963–1975
Dave McKee Labor Port Pirie 1959–1975
Robin Millhouse LCL Mitcham 1955–1982
Bill Nankivell LCL Albert 1959–1979
Hon Baden Pattinson LCL Glenelg 1930–1938, 1947–1965
Hon Sir Glen Pearson LCL Flinders 1951–1970
Hon Sir Thomas Playford LCL Gumeracha 1933–1968
Percy Quirke Independent/LCL [5] Burra 1941–1968
Ron Ralston [1] Labor Mount Gambier 1958–1962
Lindsay Riches Labor Stuart 1933–1970
John Ryan Labor Port Adelaide 1959–1975
Howard Shannon LCL Onkaparinga 1933–1968
Joyce Steele LCL Burnside 1959–1973
Tom Stott Independent Ridley 1933–1970
Harold Tapping [4] Labor Semaphore 1946–1964
Hon Berthold Teusner LCL Angas 1944–1970
Frank Walsh Labor Edwardstown 1941–1968
Fred Walsh Labor West Torrens 1942–1965
1 The Labor member for Mount Gambier, Ron Ralston, died on 30 October 1962. Labor candidate Allan Burdon won the resulting by-election on 15 December 1962.
2 The LCL member for Yorke Peninsula, Sir Cecil Hincks, died on 1 January 1963. LCL candidate James Ferguson won the resulting by-election on 9 February 1963.
3 The LCL member for Stirling, William Jenkins, died on 30 August 1963. LCL candidate William McAnaney won the resulting by-election on 28 September 1963.
4 The Labor member for Semaphore, Harold Tapping, died on 6 September 1964. Labor candidate Reg Hurst won the resulting by-election on 3 October 1964.
5 The member for Burra, Percy Quirke, was elected as an independent in 1962, but joined the LCL and entered the ministry in 1963.