This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1968 to 1971:
|Name||Party||District||Years in office|
|Ron Bertram||Labor||Mount Hawthorn||1968–1989|
|Sir David Brand||Liberal||Greenough||1945–1975|
|Wyndham Cook ||Labor||Albany||1970–1974|
|Ron Davies||Labor||Victoria Park||1961–1986|
|Ken Dunn||Liberal||Darling Range||1962–1971|
|Bill Grayden||Liberal||South Perth||1947–1949; 1956–1993|
|Jack Hall ||Labor||Albany||1956–1970|
|Stan Lapham||Labor||Karrinyup||1953–1959; 1968–1974|
|Donald May||Labor||Clontarf||1962–1965; 1968–1977|
|Ray McPharlin||Country||Mount Marshall||1967–1983|
|Ray O'Connor||Liberal||Mount Lawley||1959–1984|
|Des O'Neil||Liberal||East Melville||1959–1980|
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