This is a list of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council between 22 May 2009 and 21 May 2013:
|Name||Party||Region||Period in office|
|Hon Martin Aldridge 3||National||Agricultural||2013–present|
|Hon Ken Baston||Liberal||Mining and Pastoral||2005–present|
|Hon Liz Behjat||Liberal||North Metropolitan||2009–2017|
|Hon Matt Benson-Lidholm||Labor||Agricultural||2005–2013|
|Hon Helen Bullock||Labor||Mining and Pastoral||2009–2013|
|Hon Robin Chapple||Greens||Mining and Pastoral||2001–2005; 2009–present|
|Hon Jim Chown||Liberal||Agricultural||2009–present|
|Hon Peter Collier||Liberal||North Metropolitan||2005–present|
|Hon Mia Davies 3||National||Agricultural||2009–2013|
|Hon Ed Dermer||Labor||North Metropolitan||1996–2013|
|Hon Kate Doust||Labor||South Metropolitan||2001–present|
|Hon Wendy Duncan 3||National||Mining and Pastoral||2008–2013|
|Hon Phil Edman||Liberal||South Metropolitan||2009–2017|
|Hon Sue Ellery||Labor||South Metropolitan||2001–present|
|Hon Brian Ellis||Liberal||Agricultural||2007–2017|
|Hon Donna Faragher||Liberal||East Metropolitan||2005–present|
|Hon Adele Farina||Labor||South West||2001–present|
|Hon Jock Ferguson 1||Labor||East Metropolitan||2009–2010|
|Hon Jon Ford||Labor||Mining and Pastoral||2001–2013|
|Hon Philip Gardiner||National/Independent 2||Agricultural||2009–2013|
|Hon Dave Grills 3||National||Mining and Pastoral||2013–2017|
|Hon Nick Goiran||Liberal||South Metropolitan||2009–present|
|Hon Nigel Hallett||Liberal||South West||2005–2017|
|Hon Alyssa Hayden||Liberal||East Metropolitan||2009–2017|
|Hon Colin Holt||National||South West||2009–present|
|Hon Barry House||Liberal||South West||1987–2017|
|Hon Lynn MacLaren||Greens||South Metropolitan||2005; 2009–2017|
|Hon Robyn McSweeney||Liberal||South West||2001–2017|
|Hon Michael Mischin||Liberal||North Metropolitan||2009–present|
|Hon Norman Moore||Liberal||Mining and Pastoral||1977–2013|
|Hon Helen Morton||Liberal||East Metropolitan||2005–2017|
|Hon Simon O'Brien||Liberal||South Metropolitan||1997–present|
|Hon Ljiljanna Ravlich||Labor||East Metropolitan||1997–2015|
|Hon Linda Savage 1||Labor||East Metropolitan||2010–2013|
|Hon Sally Talbot||Labor||South West||2005–present|
|Hon Ken Travers||Labor||North Metropolitan||1997–2016|
|Hon Max Trenorden||National/Independent 2||Agricultural||2009–2013|
|Hon Giz Watson||Greens||North Metropolitan||1997–2013|
|Hon Alison Xamon||Greens||East Metropolitan||2009–2013; 2017–present|
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