Peter Blacker

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Peter Blacker
Member of the South Australian Parliament
for Flinders
In office
10 March 1973 – 11 December 1993
Preceded by John Carnie
Succeeded by Liz Penfold
Personal details
Nationality Australian
Political party The Nationals

Peter Douglas Blacker (born 20 October 1941) is a former Australian politician who represented the seat of Flinders in the South Australian House of Assembly for the Nationals SA from 1973 to 1993. During that time he was the only Nationals member in the South Australian parliament.[1] He is now the Chair of the Minister’s Regional Communities Consultative Council.[2]


  1. ^ Past Elections (House of Assembly), ABC web site
  2. ^ Biography Peter Blacker, "South Australian Central" web site
Parliament of South Australia
Preceded by
John Carnie
Member for Flinders
Succeeded by
Liz Penfold