Members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly, 2017–2021

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This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Assembly from 2017 to 2021.

NameParty District Term in office
Lisa Baker Labor Maylands 2008–present
Hon Colin Barnett [1] Liberal Cottesloe 1990–2018
Ian Blayney Liberal/Independent/National [3] Geraldton 2008–2021
Tony Buti Labor Armadale 2010–present
John Carey Labor Perth 2017–present
Vince Catania National North West Central 2008–present
Robyn Clarke Labor Murray-Wellington 2017–present
Roger Cook Labor Kwinana 2008–present
Mia Davies National Central Wheatbelt 2013–present
Josie Farrer Labor Kimberley 2013–2021
Mark Folkard Labor Burns Beach 2017–present
Janine Freeman Labor Mirrabooka 2008–2021
Emily Hamilton Labor Joondalup 2017–present
Liza Harvey Liberal Scarborough 2008–2021
Alyssa Hayden [2] Liberal Darling Range 2018–2021
Terry Healy Labor Southern River 2017–present
Dr David Honey [1] Liberal Cottesloe 2018–present
Matthew Hughes Labor Kalamunda 2017–present
Bill Johnston Labor Cannington 2008–present
Peter Katsambanis Liberal Hillarys 2017–2021
Dave Kelly Labor Bassendean 2013–present
Zak Kirkup Liberal Dawesville 2017–2021
Tony Krsticevic Liberal Carine 2008–2021
Sean L'Estrange Liberal Churchlands 2013–2021
Fran Logan Labor Cockburn 2001–2021
Shane Love National Moore 2013–present
Bill Marmion Liberal Nedlands 2008–2021
Hon Mark McGowan Labor Rockingham 1996–present
John McGrath Liberal South Perth 2005–2021
Simone McGurk Labor Fremantle 2013–present
Libby Mettam Liberal Vasse 2014–present
David Michael Labor Balcatta 2017–present
Kevin Michel Labor Pilbara 2017–present
Simon Millman Labor Mount Lawley 2017–present
Yaz Mubarakai Labor Jandakot 2017–present
Mick Murray Labor Collie-Preston 2001–2021
Mike Nahan Liberal Riverton 2008–2021
Dean Nalder Liberal Bateman 2013–2021
Kyran O'Donnell Liberal Kalgoorlie 2017–2021
Lisa O'Malley Labor Bicton 2017–present
Paul Papalia Labor Warnbro 2007–present
Stephen Price Labor Forrestfield 2017–present
Don Punch Labor Bunbury 2017–present
John Quigley Labor Butler 2001–present
Margaret Quirk Labor Girrawheen 2001–present
Terry Redman National Warren-Blackwood 2005–2021
Hon Michelle Roberts Labor Midland 1994–present
Cassie Rowe Labor Belmont 2017–present
Peter Rundle National Roe 2017–present
Rita Saffioti Labor West Swan 2008–present
Amber-Jade Sanderson Labor Morley 2017–present
Jessica Shaw Labor Swan Hills 2017–present
Jessica Stojkovski Labor Kingsley 2017–present
Chris Tallentire Labor Thornlie 2008–present
David Templeman Labor Mandurah 2001–present
Peter Tinley Labor Willagee 2009–present
Barry Urban [2] Labor/Independent Darling Range 2017–2018
Peter Watson Labor Albany 2001–2021
Reece Whitby Labor Baldivis 2017–present
Sabine Winton Labor Wanneroo 2017–present
Ben Wyatt Labor Victoria Park 2006–2021
1 On 5 February 2018, the Liberal member for Cottesloe and former Premier, Colin Barnett, resigned. Liberal candidate David Honey was elected to replace him at the by-election for Cottesloe on 17 March 2018.
2 On 8 May 2018, the independent (former Labor) member for Darling Range, Barry Urban, resigned after the parliamentary procedures and privileges committee recommended his expulsion for "sustained and gross" contempt. Liberal candidate Alyssa Hayden was elected to replace him at the by-election for Darling Range on 23 June 2018.
3 On 24 July 2019, the member for Geraldton, Ian Blayney, resigned from the Liberal Party, and sat as an independent until his application to join the WA Nationals was approved on 17 August 2019.

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