This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 2005 to 2008 :
|Name||Party||District||Years in office|
|Paul Andrews||Labor||Southern River||2001–2008|
|Hon Colin Barnett||Liberal||Cottesloe||1990–2018|
|Hon John Bowler||Labor/Independent ||Murchison-Eyre||2001–2013|
|Hon Alan Carpenter||Labor||Willagee||1996–2009|
|Dr Liz Constable||Independent||Churchlands||1991–2013|
|Hon John Day||Liberal||Darling Range||1993–2017|
|Hon Dr Judy Edwards||Labor||Maylands||1990–2008|
|Hon Geoff Gallop ||Labor||Victoria Park||1986–2006|
|Hon Dr Kim Hames||Liberal||Dawesville||1993–2001; 2005–2017|
|Dr Graham Jacobs||Liberal||Roe||2005–2017|
|Hon John Kobelke||Labor||Balcatta||1989–2013|
|Hon Bob Kucera||Labor/Independent ||Yokine||2001–2008|
|Hon Fran Logan||Labor||Cockburn||2001–2021|
|Hon Jim McGinty||Labor||Fremantle||1990–2009|
|Hon Mark McGowan||Labor||Rockingham||1996–present|
|John McGrath||Liberal||South Perth||2005–2021|
|Hon Sheila McHale||Labor||Kenwick||1996–2008|
|Hon Alannah MacTiernan||Labor||Armadale||1996–2010|
|Norm Marlborough ||Labor||Peel||1986–2006|
|Hon Paul Omodei||Liberal/Independent ||Warren-Blackwood||1989–2008|
|Paul Papalia ||Labor||Peel||2007–present|
|Christian Porter ||Liberal||Murdoch||2008–2013|
|Hon Margaret Quirk||Labor||Girrawheen||2001–present|
|Jaye Radisich||Labor||Swan Hills||2001–2008|
|Hon Fred Riebeling||Labor||North West Coastal||1992–2008|
|Hon Eric Ripper||Labor||Belmont||1988–2013|
|Hon Michelle Roberts||Labor||Midland||1994–present|
|Trevor Sprigg ||Liberal||Murdoch||2005–2008|
|Hon Tom Stephens||Labor||Central Kimberley-Pilbara||2005–2013|
Family First 
|Hon David Templeman||Labor||Mandurah||2001–present|
|Dr Steve Thomas||Liberal||Capel||2005–2008|
|Sue Walker||Liberal/Independent ||Nedlands||2001–2008|
|Dr Janet Woollard||Independent||Alfred Cove||2001–2013|
|Ben Wyatt ||Labor||Victoria Park||2006–2021|
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