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Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 1983–1984

This is a list of members of the Australian House of Representatives from 1983 to 1984, as elected at the 1983 federal election.[1] They were together known as the 33rd Parliament.

Member Party Electorate State In office
Evan Adermann   National Fisher Qld 1972–1990
Ken Aldred [2]   Liberal Bruce Vic 1975–1980, 1983–1996
Neil Andrew   Liberal Wakefield SA 1983–2004
Doug Anthony [6]   National Richmond NSW 1957–1984
Peter Baldwin   Labor Sydney NSW 1983–1998
Kim Beazley   Labor Swan WA 1980–2007
David Beddall   Labor Fadden Qld 1983–1998
Gordon Bilney   Labor Kingston SA 1983–1996
Allen Blanchard   Labor Moore WA 1983–1990
Neal Blewett   Labor Bonython SA 1977–1994
Charles Blunt [6]   National Richmond NSW 1984–1990
Lionel Bowen   Labor Kingsford Smith NSW 1969–1990
Ray Braithwaite   National Dawson Qld 1975–1996
Bob Brown   Labor Hunter NSW 1980–1998
John Brown   Labor Parramatta NSW 1977–1990
John Brumby   Labor Bendigo Vic 1983–1990
Max Burr   Liberal Wilmot Tas 1975–1993
Alan Cadman   Liberal Mitchell NSW 1974–2007
Ewen Cameron   Liberal Indi Vic 1977–1993
Don Cameron [3]   Liberal Moreton Qld 1966–1983, 1983–1990
Ian Cameron   National Maranoa Qld 1980–1990
Graeme Campbell   Labor Kalgoorlie WA 1980–1998
Jim Carlton   Liberal Mackellar NSW 1977–1994
David Charles   Labor Isaacs Vic 1980–1990
Ric Charlesworth   Labor Perth WA 1983–1993
Joan Child   Labor Henty Vic 1974–1975, 1980–1990
Bob Chynoweth   Labor Flinders Vic 1983–1990, 1993–1996
Barry Cohen   Labor Robertson NSW 1969–1990
Peter Coleman   Liberal Wentworth NSW 1981–1987
David Connolly   Liberal Bradfield NSW 1974–1996
Bruce Cowan   National Lyne NSW 1980–1993
Manfred Cross   Labor Brisbane Qld 1961–1975, 1980–1990
Barry Cunningham   Labor McMillan Vic 1980–1990, 1993–1996
Elaine Darling   Labor Lilley Qld 1980–1993
John Dawkins   Labor Fremantle WA 1974–1975, 1977–1994
Don Dobie   Liberal Cook NSW 1966–1972, 1975–1998
Peter Drummond   Liberal Forrest WA 1972–1987
Michael Duffy   Labor Holt Vic 1980–1996
Harry Edwards   Liberal Berowra NSW 1972–1993
Ron Edwards   Labor Stirling WA 1983–1993
Doug Everingham   Labor Capricornia Qld 1967–1975, 1977–1984
Wendy Fatin   Labor Canning WA 1983–1996
Wal Fife   Liberal Farrer NSW 1975–1993
Peter Fisher   National Mallee Vic 1972–1993
Malcolm Fraser [1]   Liberal Wannon Vic 1955–1983
Ross Free   Labor Macquarie NSW 1980–1996
Ken Fry   Labor Fraser ACT 1980–1984
John Gayler   Labor Leichhardt Qld 1983–1993
George Gear   Labor Tangney WA 1983–1996
Bruce Goodluck   Liberal Franklin Tas 1975–1993
Russ Gorman   Labor Chifley NSW 1983–1996
Alan Griffiths   Labor Maribyrnong Vic 1983–1996
Ray Groom   Liberal Braddon Tas 1975–1984
Steele Hall   Liberal Boothby SA 1981–1996
Gerry Hand   Labor Melbourne Vic 1983–1993
Bob Hawke   Labor Wills Vic 1980–1992
David Hawker [1]   Liberal Wannon Vic 1983–2010
Bill Hayden   Labor Oxley Qld 1961–1988
Noel Hicks   National Riverina NSW 1980–1998
Michael Hodgman   Liberal Denison Tas 1975–1987
Clyde Holding   Labor Melbourne Ports Vic 1977–1998
Colin Hollis   Labor Macarthur NSW 1983–2001
John Howard   Liberal Bennelong NSW 1974–2007
Brian Howe   Labor Batman Vic 1977–1996
Ben Humphreys   Labor Griffith Qld 1977–1996
Ralph Hunt   National Gwydir NSW 1969–1990
Chris Hurford   Labor Adelaide SA 1969–1987
Ralph Jacobi   Labor Hawker SA 1969–1987
Harry Jenkins Sr.   Labor Scullin Vic 1969–1986
Les Johnson [4]   Labor Hughes NSW 1955–1966, 1969–1984
Barry Jones   Labor Lalor Vic 1977–1998
Bob Katter Sr.   National Kennedy Qld 1966–1990
Paul Keating   Labor Blaxland NSW 1969–1996
Ros Kelly   Labor Canberra ACT 1980–1995
Lewis Kent   Labor Hotham Vic 1980–1990
Len Keogh   Labor Bowman Qld 1969–1975, 1983–1987
John Kerin   Labor Werriwa NSW 1972–1975, 1978–1993
Sir James Killen [3]   Liberal Moreton Qld 1955–1983
Dick Klugman   Labor Prospect NSW 1969–1990
Ted Lindsay   Labor Herbert Qld 1983–1996
Bruce Lloyd   National Murray Vic 1971–1996
Stephen Lusher   National Hume NSW 1974–1984
Stewart McArthur [5]   Liberal Corangamite Vic 1984–2007
Peter McGauran   National Gippsland Vic 1983–2008
Jeannette McHugh   Labor Phillip NSW 1983–1996
Michael MacKellar   Liberal Warringah NSW 1969–1994
Leo McLeay   Labor Grayndler NSW 1979–2004
Ian Macphee   Liberal Balaclava Vic 1974–1990
Tom McVeigh   National Darling Downs Qld 1972–1988
Michael Maher   Labor Lowe NSW 1969–1987
Helen Mayer   Labor Chisholm Vic 1983–1987
John Mildren   Labor Ballarat Vic 1980–1990
Clarrie Millar   National Wide Bay Qld 1974–1990
Peter Milton   Labor La Trobe Vic 1980–1990
John Moore   Liberal Ryan Qld 1975–2001
Allan Morris   Labor Newcastle NSW 1983–1998
Peter Morris   Labor Shortland NSW 1972–1998
Bill Morrison   Labor St George NSW 1969–1975, 1980–1984
John Mountford   Labor Banks NSW 1980–1990
Kevin Newman   Liberal Bass Tas 1975–1984
Frank O'Keefe   National Paterson NSW 1969–1984
Lloyd O'Neil   Labor Grey SA 1983–1993
Andrew Peacock   Liberal Kooyong Vic 1966–1994
James Porter   Liberal Barker SA 1975–1990
Gary Punch   Labor Barton NSW 1983–1996
John Reeves   Labor Northern Territory NT 1983–1984
Ian Robinson   National Cowper NSW 1963–1990
Allan Rocher   Liberal Curtin WA 1981–1998
Philip Ruddock   Liberal Dundas NSW 1973–2016
John Saunderson   Labor Deakin Vic 1983–1990
Gordon Scholes   Labor Corio Vic 1967–1993
John Scott   Labor Hindmarsh SA 1980–1993
Roger Shipton   Liberal Higgins Vic 1975–1990
David Simmons   Labor Calare NSW 1983–1996
Ian Sinclair   National New England NSW 1963–1998
Sir Billy Snedden [2]   Liberal Bruce Vic 1955–1983
Jim Snow   Labor Eden-Monaro NSW 1983–1996
John Spender   Liberal North Sydney NSW 1980–1990
Peter Staples   Labor Diamond Valley Vic 1983–1996
Peter Steedman   Labor Casey Vic 1983–1984
Tony Street [5]   Liberal Corangamite Vic 1966–1984
Andrew Theophanous   Labor Burke Vic 1980–2001
Robert Tickner [4]   Labor Hughes NSW 1984–1996
Wilson Tuckey   Liberal O'Connor WA 1980–2010
Tom Uren   Labor Reid NSW 1958–1990
Dean Wells   Labor Petrie Qld 1983–1984
Stewart West   Labor Cunningham NSW 1977–1993
Peter White   Liberal McPherson Qld 1981–1990
Ralph Willis   Labor Gellibrand Vic 1972–1998
Ian Wilson   Liberal Sturt SA 1966–1969, 1972–1993
Mick Young   Labor Port Adelaide SA 1974–1988
1 The Liberal member for Wannon (VIC), Malcolm Fraser, resigned on 31 March 1983; Liberal candidate David Hawker won the resulting by-election on 7 May 1983.
2 The Liberal member for Bruce (VIC), Sir Billy Snedden, resigned on 21 April 1983; Liberal candidate Ken Aldred won the resulting by-election on 28 May 1983.
3 The Liberal member for Moreton (Qld), Sir James Killen, resigned on 15 August 1983; Liberal candidate Don Cameron won the resulting by-election on 5 November 1983.
4 The Labor member for Hughes (NSW), Les Johnson, resigned in January 1984; Labor candidate Robert Tickner won the resulting by-election on 18 February 1984.
5 The Liberal member for Corangamite, Tony Street, resigned on 18 January 1984; Liberal candidate Stewart McArthur won the resulting by-election on 18 February 1984.
6 The National member for Richmond (NSW), Doug Anthony, resigned on 18 January 1984; National candidate Charles Blunt won the resulting by-election on 18 February 1984.

References

  1. ^ "Historical information on the Australian Parliament". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 29 October 2016.
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