Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 2003–2007

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Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly who served in the 53rd parliament held their seats from 2003 to 2007. They were elected at the 2003 state election,[1] and at by-elections.[2][3][4] The Speaker was John Aquilina.[5]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Pam Allan   Labor Wentworthville 1988–2007
Richard Amery   Labor Mount Druitt 1983–2015
Marie Andrews   Labor Peats 1995–2011
Greg Aplin   Liberal Albury 2003–2019
John Aquilina   Labor Riverstone 1981–2011
Ian Armstrong   National Lachlan 1981–2007
Alan Ashton   Labor East Hills 1999–2011
David Barr   Independent Manly 1999–2007
John Bartlett   Labor Port Stephens 1999–2007
Diane Beamer   Labor Mulgoa 1995–2011
Gladys Berejiklian   Liberal Willoughby 2003–present
Peter Black   Labor Murray-Darling 1999–2007
John Brogden[f]   Liberal Pittwater 1996–2005
Matt Brown   Labor Kiama 1999–2011
Linda Burney   Labor Canterbury 2003–2016
Cherie Burton   Labor Kogarah 1999–2015
David Campbell   Labor Keira 1999–2011
Steve Cansdell   National Clarence 2003–2011
Bob Carr[c]   Labor Maroubra 1983–2005
Steven Chaytor[e][i]   Labor/Independent Macquarie Fields 2005–2007
Barry Collier   Labor Miranda 1999–2011
Andrew Constance   Liberal Bega 2003–present
Geoff Corrigan   Labor Camden 2003–2011
Paul Crittenden   Labor Wyong 1991–2007
Angela D'Amore   Labor Drummoyne 2003–2011
Michael Daley[c]   Labor Maroubra 2005–present
Peter Debnam   Liberal Vaucluse 1994–2011
Bob Debus   Labor Blue Mountains 1981–1988, 1995–2007
Peter Draper   Independent Tamworth 2003–2011
Dawn Fardell[b]   Independent Dubbo 2004–2011
Andrew Fraser   National Coffs Harbour 1990–2019
Tanya Gadiel   Labor Parramatta 2003–2011
Bryce Gaudry[j]   Labor/Independent Newcastle 1991–2007
Thomas George   National Lismore 1999–2019
Paul Gibson   Labor Blacktown 1988–2011
Kevin Greene   Labor Georges River 1999–2011
Shelley Hancock   Liberal South Coast 2003–present
Chris Hartcher   Liberal Gosford 1988–2015
Noreen Hay   Labor Wollongong 2003–2016
Brad Hazzard   Liberal Wakehurst 1991–present
Kerry Hickey   Labor Cessnock 1999–2011
Katrina Hodgkinson   National Burrinjuck 1999–2017
Judy Hopwood   Liberal Hornsby 2002–2011
Andrew Humpherson   Liberal Davidson 1992–2007
Jeff Hunter   Labor Lake Macquarie 1991–2007
Morris Iemma   Labor Lakemba 1991–2008
Virginia Judge   Labor Strathfield 2003–2011
Kristina Keneally   Labor Heffron 2003–2012
Malcolm Kerr   Liberal Cronulla 1984–2011
Craig Knowles[e]   Labor Macquarie Fields 1990–2005
Paul Lynch   Labor Liverpool 1995–present
Daryl Maguire   Liberal Wagga Wagga 1999–2018
Gerard Martin   Labor Bathurst 1999–2011
Grant McBride   Labor The Entrance 1992–2011
Tony McGrane[b]   Independent Dubbo 1999–2004
Paul McLeay   Labor Heathcote 2003–2011
Alex McTaggart[f]   Independent Pittwater 2005–2007
Reba Meagher   Labor Cabramatta 1994–2008
Alison Megarrity   Labor Menai 1999–2011
Wayne Merton   Liberal Baulkham Hills 1988–2011
John Mills   Labor Wallsend 1988–2007
Clover Moore   Independent Bligh 1988–2012
Matthew Morris   Labor Charlestown 2003–2011
Neville Newell   Labor Tweed 1999–2007
Sandra Nori   Labor Port Jackson 1988–2007
Barry O'Farrell   Liberal Ku-ring-gai 1995–2015
Rob Oakeshott   Independent Port Macquarie 1996–2008
Milton Orkopoulos[h]   Labor/Independent Swansea 1999–2006
Don Page   National Ballina 1988–2015
Karyn Paluzzano   Labor Penrith 2003–2010
Paul Pearce   Labor Coogee 2003–2011
Barbara Perry   Labor Auburn 2001–2015
Adrian Piccoli   National Murrumbidgee 1999–2017
John Price   Labor Maitland 1984–2007
Steven Pringle[g]   Liberal/Independent Hawkesbury 2003–2007
Andrew Refshauge[d]   Labor Marrickville 1983–2005
Michael Richardson   Liberal The Hills 1993–2011
Anthony Roberts   Liberal Lane Cove 2003–present
Marianne Saliba   Labor Illawarra 1999–2007
Frank Sartor   Labor Rockdale 2003–2011
Carl Scully   Labor Smithfield 1990–2005
Peta Seaton   Liberal Southern Highlands 1996–2007
Allan Shearan[a]   Labor Londonderry 2003–2011
Jillian Skinner   Liberal North Shore 1994–2017
Ian Slack-Smith   National Barwon 1995–2007
George Souris   National Upper Hunter 1988–2015
Tony Stewart   Labor Bankstown 1995–2011
Andrew Stoner   National Oxley 1999–2015
Carmel Tebbutt[d]   Labor Marrickville 2005–2015
Andrew Tink   Liberal Epping 1988–2007
Richard Torbay   Independent Northern Tablelands 1999–2013
Joe Tripodi   Labor Fairfield 1995–2011
John Turner   National Myall Lakes 1988–2011
Russell Turner   National Orange 1996–2011
John Watkins   Labor Ryde 1995–2008
Graham West   Labor Campbelltown 2001–2011
Steve Whan   Labor Monaro 2003–2011
Kim Yeadon   Labor Granville 1990–2007
  1. ^ a b The incumbent Labor member for Londonderry, Jim Anderson, died on 22 March 2003, the day of the 2003 election. As he had been attempting to recontest his seat, there was no polling in the seat on election day. The resulting supplementary election was won by Labor candidate Allan Shearan on 31 May.
  2. ^ a b c Dubbo independent MLA Tony McGrane died of liver cancer on 15 September 2004. Independent candidate Dawn Fardell won the resulting by-election on 20 November.
  3. ^ a b c Maroubra Labor MLA and outgoing Premier Bob Carr resigned on 3 August 2005. Labor candidate Michael Daley won the resulting by-election on 17 September.
  4. ^ a b c Marrickville Labor MLA and outgoing Deputy Premier Andrew Refshauge resigned on 10 August 2005. Labor candidate Carmel Tebbutt, the incumbent Minister for Education, won the resulting by-election on 17 September, successfully switching from the Legislative Council to the Legislative Assembly.
  5. ^ a b c Macquarie Fields Labor MLA Craig Knowles resigned on 10 August 2005. Labor candidate Steven Chaytor won the resulting by-election on 17 September.
  6. ^ a b c Pittwater Liberal MLA and outgoing Opposition Leader John Brogden resigned on 28 September 2005. Independent candidate Alex McTaggart won the resulting by-election on 26 November.
  7. ^ a b Hawkesbury MLA Steven Pringle resigned from the Liberal Party on 17 October 2006 after losing preselection to recontest his seat. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.
  8. ^ a b Swansea MLA Milton Orkopoulos was expelled from the Labor Party on 8 November 2006 after being charged with child sex offences. He subsequently resigned from parliament on 13 November under threat of expulsion, but no by-election was held due to the proximity of the 2007 election.
  9. ^ a b Macquarie Fields MLA Steven Chaytor was expelled from the Labor Party on 19 January 2007 after being found guilty of domestic violence. He served out his term as an independent.
  10. ^ a b Newcastle MLA Bryce Gaudry resigned from the Labor Party on 29 January 2007 after losing preselection to recontest his seat. He served out the remainder of his term as an independent.
  11. ^ The changes to the composition of the house, in chronological order, were: ,[a] McGrane died,[b] Carr resigned,[c] Refshauge resigned,[d] Knowles resigned,[e] Brogden resigned,[f] Pringle sat as an independent,[g] Orkopoulos resigned,[h] Chaytor expelled from Labor,[i] Gaudry sat as an independent,[j]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Green, Antony. "2003 District List". New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 17 May 2020.
  2. ^ Green, Antony. "2003 By elections". New South Wales Election Results 1856-2007. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 17 May 2020.
  3. ^ "Part 5B - Members returned for each electorate" (PDF). New South Wales Parliamentary Record. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 20 April 2020.
  4. ^ "Former members of the New South Wales Parliament, 1856–2006". New South Wales Parliament. Retrieved 4 December 2019.
  5. ^ "Part Ten - Officers of Parliament" (PDF). NSW Parliamentary Record. Parliament of New South Wales. Retrieved 14 May 2020.[k]