List of Senators from New South Wales

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This is a list of senators from the state of New South Wales since Australian Federation in 1901.

Australian Senate upper house of the Australian Parliament

The Senate is the upper house of the bicameral Parliament of Australia, the lower house being the Australian House of Representatives. The composition and powers of the Senate are established in Chapter I of the Constitution of Australia. There are a total of 76 Senators: 12 are elected from each of the six Australian states regardless of population and 2 from each of the two autonomous internal Australian territories. Senators are popularly elected under the single transferable vote system of proportional representation.

New South Wales State of Australia

New South Wales is a state on the east coast of Australia. It borders Queensland to the north, Victoria to the south, and South Australia to the west. Its coast borders the Tasman Sea to the east. The Australian Capital Territory is an enclave within the state. New South Wales' state capital is Sydney, which is also Australia's most populous city. In September 2018, the population of New South Wales was over 8 million, making it Australia's most populous state. Just under two-thirds of the state's population, 5.1 million, live in the Greater Sydney area. Inhabitants of New South Wales are referred to as New South Welshmen.

Federation of Australia process by which six separate British self-governing colonies became the country of Australia

The Federation of Australia was the process by which the six separate British self-governing colonies of Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia, and Western Australia agreed to unite and form the Commonwealth of Australia, establishing a system of federalism in Australia. Fiji and New Zealand were originally part of this process, but they decided not to join the federation. Following federation, the six colonies that united to form the Commonwealth of Australia as states kept the systems of government that they had developed as separate colonies, but they also agreed to have a federal government that was responsible for matters concerning the whole nation. When the Constitution of Australia came into force, on 1 January 1901, the colonies collectively became states of the Commonwealth of Australia.

List

SenateElectionSenator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
Senator
(Party)
1901–1903 1901 Albert Gould
(Free Trade)
Edward Millen
(Free Trade)
Edward Pulsford
(Free Trade)
James Walker
(Free Trade)
John Neild
(Free Trade)
Richard O'Connor
(Protectionist)
6 Senators per state
1901-1950
1903 Dr Charles Mackellar
(Protectionist)
1904–1906 1903 John Gray
(Free Trade)
1907–1910 1906
1910–1913 1910 Arthur Rae
(Labor)
Albert Gardiner
(Labor)
Allan McDougall
(Labor)
1913–1914 1913 Charles Oakes
(Liberal)
1914–1917 1914 David Watson
(Labor)
John Grant
(Labor)
1917–1920 1917 Herbert Pratten
(Nationalist)
Josiah Thomas
(Nationalist)
1920–1923 1919 Charles Cox
(Nationalist)
Walter Duncan
(Nationalist)
1921 Henry Garling
(Nationalist)
1922Allan McDougall
(Labor)
1923–1926 1922 John Grant
(Labor)
Walter Massy-Greene
(Nationalist)
1924 Jack Power
(Labor)
1925 William Gibbs
(Labor)
Percy Abbott
(Nationalist)
1926–1929 1925 Walter Massy-Greene
(Nationalist)
Josiah Thomas
(Nationalist)
1928Albert Gardiner
(Labor)
1929–1932 1928 Arthur Rae
(Labor)
James Dunn
(Labor)
John Dooley
(Labor)
1931 Patrick Mooney
(Lang Labor)
1932–1935 1929 Charles Hardy
(Country)
1935–1938 1934 Dick Dein
(UAP)
Guy Arkins
(UAP)
Mac Abbott
(Country)
1938–1941 1937 Bill Ashley
(Labor)
John Armstrong
(Labor)
Stan Amour
(Labor)
Tom Arthur
(Labor)
1941–1944 1940 James Arnold
(Labor)
William Large
(Labor)
1944–1947 1943 Donald Grant
(Labor)
1947–1950 1946
1950–1951 1949 Albert Reid
(Country)
Bill Spooner
(Liberal)
John McCallum
(Liberal)
John Tate
(Liberal)
10 Senators per state
1950-1985
1951–1953 1951 Alister McMullin
(Liberal)
1953–1956 1953 Ken Anderson
(Liberal)
1956–1959 1955
1958 James Ormonde
(Labor)
1959–1962 1958 Colin McKellar
(Country)
James Ormonde
(Labor)
1962–1965 1961 Doug McClelland
(Labor)
Joe Fitzgerald
(Labor)
Lionel Murphy
(Labor)
1965–1968 1964 Tony Mulvihill
(Labor)
Tom Bull
(Country)
Bob Cotton
(Liberal)
1968–1971 1967
1970 Douglas Scott
(Country)
Jack Kane
(DLP)
1971–1974 1970 Arthur Gietzelt
(Labor)
Jim McClelland
(Labor)
John Carrick
(Liberal)
1974–1975 1974 Douglas Scott
(Country)
Peter Baume
(Liberal)
1975–1978 1975 Kerry Sibraa
(Labor)
Misha Lajovic
(Liberal)
1978–1981 1977 Colin Mason
(Democrat)
Chris Puplick
(Liberal)
Kerry Sibraa
(Labor)
1981–1983 1980 Bruce Childs
(Labor)
1983–1985 1983 Graham Richardson
(Labor)
1985–1987 1984 Chris Puplick
(Liberal)
Michael Baume
(Liberal)
David Brownhill
(National)
John Morris
(Labor)
1987–1990 1987 Sue West
(Labor)
Paul McLean
(Democrat)
Robert Wood
(NDP)
1988 Irina Dunn
(Independent)
Bronwyn Bishop
(Liberal)
1989 John Faulkner
(Labor)
1990–1993 1990 Stephen Loosley
(Labor)
Vicki Bourne
(Democrat)
Sue West
(Labor)
1991 Karin Sowada
(Democrat)
John Tierney
(Liberal)
1993–1996 1993 Sandy Macdonald
(National)
1994 Belinda Neal
(Labor)
Bob Woods
(Liberal)
Michael Forshaw
(Labor)
1995 Tom Wheelwright
(Labor)
1996–1999 1996 Bill Heffernan
(Liberal)
Helen Coonan
(Liberal)
1997 Marise Payne
(Liberal)
George Campbell
(Labor)
1999–2002 1998 Steve Hutchins
(Labor)
Aden Ridgeway
(Democrat)
2000 Sandy Macdonald
(National)
2002–2005 2001 Kerry Nettle
(Greens)
Ursula Stephens
(Labor)
2005–2008 2004 Fiona Nash
(National)
Concetta Fierravanti-Wells
(Liberal)
2008–2011 2007 Mark Arbib
(Labor)
Doug Cameron
(Labor) [1]
John Williams
(National)
2011–2014 2010 Lee Rhiannon
(Greens)
Matt Thistlethwaite
(Labor)
Arthur Sinodinos
(Liberal)
2012 Bob Carr
(Labor)
2013 Deborah O'Neill
(Labor)
Sam Dastyari
(Labor)
2014–2016 2013 David Leyonhjelm
(Liberal Democrats)
2015 Jenny McAllister
(Labor)
2016–2019 2016 Brian Burston
(One Nation
/United)
2017Jim Molan
(Liberal)
2018 Kristina Keneally
(Labor)
2019–2022 2019 Mehreen Faruqi
(Greens)
Hollie Hughes
(Liberal)
Andrew Bragg
(Liberal)
Tony Sheldon
(Labor)
Perin Davey
(National)
Tim Ayres
(Labor)

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