Electoral district of Murilla
|Namesake||Shire of Murilla|
|Coordinates||27°0′S 150°0′E / 27.000°S 150.000°ECoordinates: 27°0′S 150°0′E / 27.000°S 150.000°E|
Murilla was created by a redistribution, taking effect at the 1888 colonial election, and existed until the 1935 state election. It was based in the western Darling Downs adjoining the New South Wales border and included the localities of Taroom, Miles, Surat, Murilla and Goondiwindi.
|Hugh Nelson||Ministerial||Apr 1888 – Apr 1898|
|William Moore||Ministerial||May 1898 – Aug 1904|
|Thomas Scott||Labor / Ministerial||Aug 1904 – May 1907|
|William Moore||Ministerial||May 1907 – Oct 1909|
|Godfrey Morgan||Ministerial||Oct 1909 – May 1935|
- Nelson previously represented Northern Downs (1883–1888).
- Morgan subsequently represented Dalby (1935–1938).
- "Representatives of Queensland State Electorates 1860 - 2012" (PDF). Queensland Parliament.
- "Alphabetical Register of Members of the Legislative Assembly 1860-2012 and of the Legislative Council 1860-1922" (PDF). Queensland Parliament.