This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 1986 to 1989:
|Name||Party||District||Years in office|
|Dr Ian Alexander ||Labor||Perth||1987–1993|
|Hon Mike Barnett||Labor||Rockingham||1974–1996|
|Hon Mal Bryce ||Labor||Ascot||1971–1988|
|Hon Brian Burke ||Labor||Balga||1973–1988|
|Terry Burke ||Labor||Perth||1968–1987|
|Hon Jeff Carr||Labor||Geraldton||1974–1991|
|George Cash||Liberal||Mount Lawley||1984–1989|
|Ted Cunningham ||Labor||Balga||1988–2001|
|Hon Ron Davies ||Labor||Victoria Park||1961–1986|
|Frank Donovan ||Labor||Morley-Swan||1987–1993|
|Hon Peter Dowding||Labor||Maylands||1986–1990|
|Hon David Evans||Labor||Warren||1968–1989|
|Dr Geoff Gallop ||Labor||Victoria Park||1986–2006|
|Bill Grayden||Liberal||South Perth||1947–1949; 1956–1993|
|Bob Greig ||Liberal||Darling Range||1987–1989|
|Hon Julian Grill||Labor||Esperance-Dundas||1977–2001|
|Hon Barry Hodge||Labor||Melville||1977–1989|
|Clive Hughes ||Labor||Cockburn||1984–1986|
|Ian Laurance ||Liberal||Gascoyne||1974–1987|
|Dr Carmen Lawrence||Labor||Subiaco||1986–1994|
|Dudley Maslen ||Liberal||Gascoyne||1987–1989|
|Richard Lewis||Liberal||East Melville||1986–1996|
|Norm Marlborough ||Labor||Cockburn||1986–2006|
|Hon Andrew Mensaros||Liberal||Floreat||1968–1991|
|Cambell Crawford Nalder ||National||Narrogin||1986–1987|
|Hon David Parker||Labor||Fremantle||1980–1990|
|Hon Bob Pearce||Labor||Armadale||1977–1993|
|Eric Ripper ||Labor||Ascot||1988–2013|
|Hon Cyril Rushton ||Liberal||Dale||1965–1988|
|Mort Schell||National||Mount Marshall||1986–1989|
|George Spriggs ||Liberal||Darling Range||1977–1987|
|Hon Ian Taylor||Labor||Kalgoorlie||1981–1996|
|Hon Ian Thompson||Liberal||Kalamunda||1971–1993|
|Hon Arthur Tonkin ||Labor||Morley-Swan||1971–1987|
|Hon Gavan Troy||Labor||Mundaring||1983–1993|
|Fred Tubby ||Liberal||Dale||1988–2001|
|Bob Wiese ||National||Narrogin||1987–2001|
|Hon Keith Wilson||Labor||Nollamara||1977–1993|
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