Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1967–1970

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This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1967 to 1970, as elected at the 1967 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Hon Jim Balfour Liberal Narracan 1955–1982
Norman Billing Liberal Heatherton 1967–1979
Hayden Birrell Liberal Geelong 1961–1982
Hon Sir John Bloomfield Liberal Malvern 1953–1970
Hon Sir Henry Bolte Liberal Hampden 1947–1972
Bill Borthwick Liberal Monbulk 1960–1982
Henry Broad [1] Country Swan Hill 1968–1973
Ray Buckley Country Lowan 1967–1970
Hon Sir Vernon Christie Liberal Ivanhoe 1955–1973
Arthur Clarey Labor Melbourne 1955–1972
Leslie Cochrane Country Gippsland West 1950–1970
Tom Darcy Liberal Polwarth 1958–1970
William Divers Labor Footscray 1958–1970
Brian Dixon Liberal St Kilda 1964–1982
Julian Doyle Liberal Gisborne 1967–1971
Roberts Dunstan Liberal Dromana 1956–1982
Tom Edmunds Labor Moonee Ponds 1967–1988
Bruce Evans Country Gippsland East 1961–1992
Tom Evans Liberal Ballarat North 1960–1988
Leo Fennessy Labor Brunswick East 1955–1970
Larry Floyd Labor Williamstown 1955–1973
Jack Ginifer Labor Deer Park 1966–1982
Dorothy Goble Liberal Mitcham 1967–1976
Geoff Hayes Liberal Scoresby 1967–1982
Clyde Holding Labor Richmond 1962–1977
Hon Sir Herbert Hyland Country Gippsland South 1929–1970
Harry Jenkins, Sr. [2] Labor Reservoir 1961–1969
Walter Jona Liberal Hawthorn 1964–1985
Alan Lind [3] Labor Dandenong 1952–1955, 1969–1979
Denis Lovegrove Labor Sunshine 1955–1973
Sam Loxton Liberal Prahran 1955–1979
Jim MacDonald Liberal Glen Iris 1955–1976
Hon Jim Manson Liberal Ringwood 1955–1973
Russell McDonald Country Rodney 1964–1973
Hon Sir William McDonald Liberal Dundas 1947–1952, 1955–1970
Don McKellar Liberal Portland 1967–1970, 1973–1985
Ian McLaren Liberal Bennettswood 1945–1947, 1965–1979
Edward Meagher Liberal Frankston 1955–1976
Tom Mitchell Country Benambra 1947–1976
Hon George Moss Country Murray Valley 1945–1973
Jack Mutton Independent Coburg 1967–1979
Bill Phelan Country Kara Kara 1964–1970
Hon Murray Porter Liberal Sandringham 1955–1970
Joe Rafferty Liberal Glenhuntly 1955–1979
Llew Reese Liberal Moorabbin 1967–1979
Hon George Reid Liberal Box Hill 1947–1952, 1955–1973
Len Reid [3] Liberal Dandenong 1958–1969
Charlie Ring Labor Preston 1955–1970
Peter Ross-Edwards Country Shepparton 1967–1991
Hon John Rossiter Liberal Brighton 1955–1976
Hon Sir Arthur Rylah Liberal Kew 1949–1971
Alan Scanlan Liberal Oakleigh 1961–1979
Jim Simmonds [2] Labor Reservoir 1969–1992
Aurel Smith Liberal Bellarine 1967–1982
Ian Smith Liberal Warrnambool 1967–1983, 1985–1999
Bill Stephen Liberal Ballarat South 1964–1979
Harold Stirling [1] Country Swan Hill 1952–1968
Russell Stokes Liberal Evelyn 1958–1973
Hon Clive Stoneham Labor Midlands 1942–1970
Bob Suggett Liberal Bentleigh 1955–1979
Hon Keith Sutton Labor Albert Park 1950–1970
Archie Tanner Liberal Morwell 1967–1970
Sir Edgar Tanner Liberal Caulfield 1955–1976
Alex Taylor Liberal Balwyn 1955–1973
Bill Templeton Liberal Mentone 1967–1985
Robert Trethewey Liberal Bendigo 1964–1973
Neil Trezise Labor Geelong North 1964–1992
Tom Trewin Country Benalla 1961–1982
Campbell Turnbull Labor Brunswick West 1955–1973
Monte Vale Liberal Greensborough 1967–1970, 1973, 1973–1977
Kenneth Wheeler Liberal Essendon 1958–1979
Milton Whiting Country Mildura 1962–1988
Hon Vernon Wilcox Liberal Camberwell 1956–1976
Frank Wilkes Labor Northcote 1957–1988
John Wilton Labor Broadmeadows 1962–1985
Ray Wiltshire Liberal Syndal 1955–1976
1 On 23 July 1968, the Country member for Swan Hill, Harold Stirling, died. Country candidate Henry Broad won the resulting by-election on 14 September 1968.
2 In September 1969, the Labor member for Reservoir, Harry Jenkins, Sr., resigned to contest the seat of Scullin at the 1969 federal election. Labor candidate Jim Simmonds was elected unopposed at the close of nominations at the resulting by-election on 27 October 1969.
3 In September 1969, the Liberal member for Dandenong, Len Reid, resigned to contest the seat of Holt at the 1969 federal election. Labor candidate Alan Lind won the resulting by-election on 6 December 1969.