Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 1986–1989

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This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1986 to 1989:

NameParty District Years in office
Dr Ian Alexander [5] Labor Perth 1987–1993
Hon Mike Barnett Labor Rockingham 1974–1996
Tom Bateman Labor Canning 1968–1989
Pam Beggs Labor Whitford 1983–1993
Ron Bertram Labor Balcatta 1968–1989
Barry Blaikie Liberal Vasse 1971–1996
John Bradshaw Liberal Murray-Wellington 1983–2005
Ernie Bridge Labor Kimberley 1980–2001
Hon Mal Bryce [9] Labor Ascot 1971–1988
Pam Buchanan Labor Pilbara 1983–1992
Hon Brian Burke [8] Labor Balga 1973–1988
Terry Burke [5] Labor Perth 1968–1987
Graham Burkett Labor Scarborough 1983–1989
Hon Jeff Carr Labor Geraldton 1974–1991
George Cash Liberal Mount Lawley 1984–1989
Jim Clarko Liberal Karrinyup 1974–1996
Richard Court Liberal Nedlands 1982–2001
Hendy Cowan National Merredin 1974–2001
Bert Crane Liberal Moore 1974–1989
Ted Cunningham [8] Labor Balga 1988–2001
Hon Ron Davies [2] Labor Victoria Park 1961–1986
Frank Donovan [4] Labor Morley-Swan 1987–1993
Hon Peter Dowding Labor Maylands 1986–1990
Hon David Evans Labor Warren 1968–1989
Dr Geoff Gallop [2] Labor Victoria Park 1986–2006
Bill Grayden Liberal South Perth 1947–1949; 1956–1993
Bob Greig [7] Liberal Darling Range 1987–1989
Hon Julian Grill Labor Esperance-Dundas 1977–2001
Bill Hassell Liberal Cottesloe 1977–1990
Yvonne Henderson Labor Gosnells 1983–1996
Gordon Hill Labor Helena 1982–1994
Hon Barry Hodge Labor Melville 1977–1989
Monty House National Katanning-Roe 1986–2005
Clive Hughes [1] Labor Cockburn 1984–1986
Tom Jones Labor Collie 1968–1989
Ian Laurance [6] Liberal Gascoyne 1974–1987
Dr Carmen Lawrence Labor Subiaco 1986–1994
Dudley Maslen [6] Liberal Gascoyne 1987–1989
Richard Lewis Liberal East Melville 1986–1996
Ross Lightfoot Liberal Murchison-Eyre 1986–1989
Barry MacKinnon Liberal Murdoch 1977–1993
Norm Marlborough [1] Labor Cockburn 1986–2006
Hon Andrew Mensaros Liberal Floreat 1968–1991
Cambell Crawford Nalder [3] National Narrogin 1986–1987
Hon David Parker Labor Fremantle 1980–1990
Hon Bob Pearce Labor Armadale 1977–1993
John Read Labor Mandurah 1983–1989
Eric Ripper [9] Labor Ascot 1988–2013
Hon Cyril Rushton [10] Liberal Dale 1965–1988
Mort Schell National Mount Marshall 1986–1989
David Smith Labor Mitchell 1983–1996
Phil Smith Labor Bunbury 1983–1993
George Spriggs [7] Liberal Darling Range 1977–1987
Matt Stephens National Stirling 1971–1989
Hon Ian Taylor Labor Kalgoorlie 1981–1996
Bill Thomas Labor Welshpool 1986–2001
Hon Ian Thompson Liberal Kalamunda 1971–1993
Hon Arthur Tonkin [4] Labor Morley-Swan 1971–1987
Max Trenorden National Avon 1986–2008
Hon Gavan Troy Labor Mundaring 1983–1993
Fred Tubby [10] Liberal Dale 1988–2001
Reg Tubby Liberal Greenough 1975–1989
Jackie Watkins Labor Joondalup 1983–1993
Leo Watt Liberal Albany 1974–1993
Bob Wiese [3] National Narrogin 1987–2001
Tony Williams Liberal Clontarf 1977–1989
Hon Keith Wilson Labor Nollamara 1977–1993

Notes

1 On 4 April 1986, the Labor member for Cockburn, Clive Hughes, died. Labor candidate Norm Marlborough won the resulting by-election on 7 June 1986.
2 On 16 April 1986, the Labor member for Victoria Park, Ron Davies, resigned to take up the role of Agent-General for Western Australia in London. Labor candidate Dr Geoff Gallop won the resulting by-election on 7 June 1986.
3 On 14 March 1987, the National member for Narrogin, Cambell Crawford Nalder, died. National candidate Bob Wiese won the resulting by-election on 9 May 1987.
4 On 18 March 1987, the Labor member for Morley-Swan, Hon Arthur Tonkin, resigned. Labor candidate Frank Donovan won the resulting by-election on 9 May 1987.
5 On 18 March 1987, the Labor member for Perth, Terry Burke, resigned. Labor candidate Dr Ian Alexander won the resulting by-election on 9 May 1987.
6 On 3 September 1987, the Liberal member for Gascoyne, Ian Laurance, resigned. Liberal candidate Dudley Maslen won the resulting by-election on 24 October 1987.
7 On 3 September 1987, the Liberal member for Darling Range, George Spriggs, resigned. Liberal candidate Bob Greig won the resulting by-election on 24 October 1987.
8 On 17 February 1988, the Labor member for Balga and Premier, Brian Burke, resigned. Labor candidate Ted Cunningham won the resulting by-election on 19 March 1988.
9 On 17 February 1988, the Labor member for Ascot and Deputy Premier, Mal Bryce, resigned. Labor candidate Eric Ripper won the resulting by-election on 19 March 1988.
10 On 25 February 1988, the Liberal member for Dale, former Court government minister Cyril Rushton, resigned. Liberal candidate Fred Tubby won the resulting by-election on 7 May 1988.

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