Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1979–1982

This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1979 to 1982, as elected at the 1979 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Derek Amos[2] Labor Morwell 1970–1981
Hon Tom Austin Liberal Ripon 1972–1992
Hon Jim Balfour Liberal Narracan 1955–1982
Hayden Birrell Liberal Geelong West 1961–1982
Bill Borthwick Liberal Monbulk 1960–1982
Alan Brown Liberal Westernport 1979–1996
Cec Burgin Liberal Polwarth 1970–1985
John Cain Labor Bundoora 1976–1992
Valerie Callister[2] Labor Morwell 1981–1984, 1984–1988
Ian Cathie Labor Carrum 1976–1988
Joan Chambers Liberal Ballarat South 1979–1982
Ken Coghill Labor Werribee 1979–1996
Geoff Coleman Liberal Syndal 1976–1982, 1985–1999
Peter Collins Liberal Noble Park 1976–1982
George Cox Liberal Mitcham 1976–1982
Steve Crabb Labor Knox 1976–1992
Max Crellin Liberal Sandringham 1970–1982
Jack Culpin Labor Glenroy 1976–1988
Hon Brian Dixon Liberal St Kilda 1964–1982
Hon Roberts Dunstan Liberal Dromana 1956–1982
Bill Ebery Liberal Midlands 1973–1985
Tom Edmunds Labor Ascot Vale 1967–1988
Graham Ernst Labor Geelong East 1979–1992
Bruce Evans National Gippsland East 1961–1992
Tom Evans Liberal Ballarat North 1960–1988
Bill Fogarty Labor Sunshine 1973–1988
Robert Fordham Labor Footscray 1970–1992
Peter Gavin Labor Coburg 1979–1992
Jack Ginifer Labor Keilor 1966–1982
Hon Rupert Hamer[3] Liberal Kew 1971–1981
Eddie Hann National Rodney 1973–1989
Hon Geoff Hayes Liberal Wantirna 1967–1982
Gordon Hockley Labor Bentleigh 1979–1988
Ken Jasper National Murray Valley 1976–2010
Rob Jolly Labor Dandenong 1979–1992
Hon Walter Jona Liberal Hawthorn 1964–1985
Hon Jeff Kennett Liberal Burwood 1976–1999
Kevin King Labor Springvale 1979–1983
Carl Kirkwood Labor Preston 1970–1988
Hon Norman Lacy Liberal Warrandyte 1973–1982
Hon Lou Lieberman Liberal Benambra 1976–1992
Donald Mackinnon Liberal Box Hill 1976–1982
Hon Rob Maclellan Liberal Berwick 1970–2002
Race Mathews Labor Oakleigh 1979–1992
Bill McGrath National Lowan 1979–1999
Don McKellar Liberal Portland 1967–1970, 1973–1985
Peter McArthur Liberal Ringwood 1976–1982
Keith McCance Liberal Bennettswood 1979–1982
Daryl McClure Liberal Bendigo 1973–1982
Neil McInnes National/Liberal [1] Gippsland South 1973–1982
Bob Miller Labor Prahran 1979–1985
Jeannette Patrick Liberal Brighton 1976–1985
Hon Jim Plowman Liberal Evelyn 1973–1982, 1985–1999
Hon Jim Ramsay Liberal Balwyn 1973–1988
Keith Remington Labor Melbourne 1977–1988
Tom Reynolds Liberal Gisborne 1979–1999
John Richardson Liberal Forest Hill 1976–2002
Tom Roper Labor Brunswick 1973–1994
Peter Ross-Edwards National Shepparton 1967–1991
Barry Rowe Labor Essendon 1979–1992
Prue Sibree[3] Liberal Kew 1981–1988
Theo Sidiropoulos Labor Richmond 1977–1988
Jim Simmonds Labor Reservoir 1969–1992
Jack Simpson Labor Niddrie 1976–1988
Bruce Skeggs Liberal Ivanhoe 1973–1982
Aurel Smith Liberal South Barwon 1967–1982
Hon Ian Smith Liberal Warrnambool 1967–1983, 1985–1999
Peter Spyker Labor Heatherton 1979–1992
Gordon Stirling Labor Williamstown 1973–1988
Ted Tanner Liberal Caulfield 1979–1996
Bill Templeton Liberal Mentone 1967–1985
Hon Lindsay Thompson Liberal Malvern 1970–1982
Pauline Toner Labor Greensborough 1977–1989
Neil Trezise Labor Geelong North 1964–1992
Tom Trewin National Benalla 1961–1982
Gerard Vaughan Labor Glenhuntly 1979–1996
Bunna Walsh Labor Albert Park 1979–1992
Graeme Weideman Liberal Frankston 1976–1982, 1985–1996
Milton Whiting National Mildura 1962–1988
Frank Wilkes Labor Northcote 1957–1988
Morris Williams Liberal Doncaster 1973–1988
John Wilton Labor Broadmeadows 1962–1985
Alan Wood Liberal Swan Hill 1973–1983

1 Gippsland South MLA Neil McInnes was elected as a representative of the National Party, but defected to the Liberal Party in August 1980.

2 In April 1981, the Labor member for Morwell, Derek Amos, resigned due to ill health. Labor candidate Valerie Callister won the resulting by-election on 27 June 1981.
3 In July 1981, the Liberal member for Kew and Premier of Victoria, Rupert Hamer, resigned. Liberal candidate Prue Sibree won the resulting by-election on 15 August 1981.
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