Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 1971–1974

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This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1971 to 1974:

NameParty District Years in office
Tom Bateman Labor Canning 1968–1986
Ron Bertram Labor Mount Hawthorn 1968–1989
Arthur Bickerton Labor Pilbara 1958–1974
Barry Blaikie Liberal Vasse 1971–1996
John Brady Labor Swan 1948–1974
Sir David Brand Liberal Greenough 1945–1975
James Brown Labor Merredin-Yilgarn 1971–1974
Mal Bryce [1] Labor Ascot 1971–1988
Brian Burke [4] Labor Balcatta 1973–1988
Terry Burke Labor Perth 1968–1987
Wyndham Cook Labor Albany 1970–1974
Sir Charles Court Liberal Nedlands 1953–1982
Peter Coyne Liberal Murchison-Eyre 1971–1986
Tom Dadour Liberal Subiaco 1971–1986
Ron Davies Labor Victoria Park 1961–1986
David Evans Labor Warren 1968–1989
Tom Evans Labor Kalgoorlie 1956–1980
Harry Fletcher Labor Fremantle 1959–1977
Harry Gayfer Country Avon 1962–1974
Herb Graham [4] Labor Balcatta 1943–1973
Bill Grayden Liberal South Perth 1947–1949; 1956–1993
John Harman Labor Maylands 1968–1986
Tom Hartrey Labor Boulder-Dundas 1971–1977
Ross Hutchinson Liberal Cottesloe 1950–1977
Colin Jamieson Labor Belmont 1953–1986
Tom Jones Labor Collie 1968–1989
Stan Lapham Labor Karrinyup 1953–1959; 1968–1974
Sandy Lewis [2] Liberal Blackwood 1972–1974
Edgar Lewis Country Moore 1958–1974
Iven Manning Liberal Wellington 1950–1974
William Manning Country Narrogin 1956–1974
Donald May Labor Clontarf 1962–1965; 1968–1977
Ken McIver Labor Northam 1968–1986
Ray McPharlin Country Mount Marshall 1967–1983
Andrew Mensaros Liberal Floreat 1968–1991
James Moiler Labor Toodyay 1971–1977
Crawford Nalder Country Katanning 1947–1974
Daniel Norton Labor Gascoyne 1953–1974
Ray O'Connor Liberal Mount Lawley 1959–1984
Des O'Neil Liberal East Melville 1959–1980
David Reid [2] Country Blackwood 1971–1972
Alan Ridge Liberal Kimberley 1968–1980
Ewart Runciman Liberal Murray 1962–1974
Cyril Rushton Liberal Dale 1965–1988
Bill Sewell Labor Geraldton 1950–1974
John Sibson [3] Liberal Bunbury 1973–1983
Matt Stephens Country Stirling 1971–1989
Don Taylor Labor Cockburn 1968–1984
Ian Thompson Liberal Darling Range 1971–1993
Merv Toms [1] Labor Ascot 1956–1971
Arthur Tonkin Labor Mirrabooka 1971–1987
John Tonkin Labor Melville 1933–1977
Maurice Williams [3] Liberal Bunbury 1962–1973
Bill Young Country Roe 1967–1974
Ray Young Liberal Wembley 1971–1983

Notes

1 On 8 October 1971, the Labor member for Ascot and Speaker of the Assembly, Merv Toms, died. The Labor candidate, Mal Bryce, won the resulting by-election on 13 November 1971.
2 On 26 October 1972, the Country member for Blackwood, David Reid, resigned to contest the seat of Forrest in the House of Representatives. Liberal candidate Sandy Lewis won the resulting by-election on 16 December 1972.
3 On 28 February 1973, the Liberal member for Bunbury, Maurice Williams, resigned. Liberal candidate John Sibson won the resulting by-election on 7 April 1973.
4 On 30 May 1973, the Labor member for Balcatta, Herb Graham, resigned following his appointment to the Licensing Court. Labor candidate Brian Burke won the resulting by-election on 28 July 1973.

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