This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council from June 1872 to September 1874. The chamber had 18 members, as specified by the Legislative Council Act 1870 (33 Vict, No. 13). Section 1 of this Act specified that a minimum of one-third of the Council would be appointed by the Crown. Three of these were official nominees who were part of the Continuous Ministry—namely the Colonial Secretary, Attorney-General and the Surveyor-General—while the remaining three were "non-official nominees". All other positions were elected.
An amendment proclaimed on 15 January 1874 expanded the Council from 18 to 21 seats, adding two elected and one nominee member.
|Name||District/Office||Years in office|
|Sir Frederick Barlee||Colonial Secretary||1855–1875|
|Thomas Carey||Vasse||1872–1874; 1878–1884|
|Thomas Cockburn-Campbell ||Nominee||1872–1889; 1890–1892|
|Charles Crowther ||Greenough||1873–1886|
|Charles Dempster ||Toodyay||1873–1874; 1894–1907|
|James Drummond ||Toodyay||1870–1873|
|Malcolm Fraser||Surveyor-General||1870–1886; 1887–1890|
|George Glyde||nominee||1874–1879; 1882–1885|
|William Locke Brockman ||Swan||1839–1840; 1868–1870; 1872|
|Sir Henry Hocking ||Attorney-General||1873–1874; 1875–1879|
|George Walpole Leake ||Attorney-General||1872–1873; 1874–1875;|
1879; 1880–1881; 1883
|James George Lee-Steere||Wellington||1868–1880; 1885–1890|
|William Marmion ||Nominee/Fremantle||1870–1890|
|Edward Newman ||Fremantle||1870–1872|
|Walter Padbury ||Swan||1872–1877|
|William Silas Pearse||Fremantle||1872–1880; 1884–1890|
|George Shenton ||Greenough||1870–1873, 1875–1906|
|Robert Walcott ||Attorney-General||1870–1872|
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