Members of the Queensland Legislative Assembly, 1966–1969

This is a list of members of the 38th Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1966 to 1969, as elected at the 1966 state election held on 28 May 1966.[1]

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Bunny Adair Independent Cook 1953–1969
Mike Ahern [2] Country Landsborough 1968–1990
Tom Aikens North Queensland Party Townsville South 1944–1977
Roy Armstrong Country Mulgrave 1960–1980
Edwin Beardmore Country Balonne 1957–1969
Col Bennett Labor South Brisbane 1960–1972
Hon Joh Bjelke-Petersen Country Barambah 1947–1987
Jim Blake [3] Labor Isis 1968–1974, 1977–1983
Fred Bromley Labor Norman 1960–1974
Peter Byrne Labor Mourilyan 1950–1969
Hon Ron Camm Country Whitsunday 1961–1980
Hon Fred Campbell Liberal Aspley 1960–1980
Cec Carey Country Albert 1960–1969
Hon Gordon Chalk Liberal Lockyer 1947–1976
Geoff Chinchen Liberal Mount Gravatt 1963–1977
Arthur Coburn Independent Burdekin 1950–1969
David Cory Country Warwick 1963–1977
Horace Davies Labor Maryborough 1953–1971
Harold Dean Labor Sandgate 1960–1977
Hon Peter Delamothe Liberal Bowen 1960–1971
Hon Alex Dewar Liberal/Independent Wavell 1950–1969
Les Diplock DLP Aubigny 1953–1972
Jim Donald Labor Ipswich East 1946–1969
John Dufficy Labor Warrego 1951–1969
Jack Duggan Labor Toowoomba West 1935–1957, 1958–1969
William Ewan [1] Country Roma 1950–1953, 1957–1967
Hon Alan Fletcher Country Cunningham 1953–1974
Fred Graham Labor Mackay 1943–1969
Pat Hanlon Labor Baroona 1956–1974
Martin Hanson Labor Port Curtis 1963–1976
Ted Harris Labor Wynnum 1966–1974
Hon John Herbert Liberal Sherwood 1956–1978
Neville Hewitt Country Mackenzie 1956–1980
Bill Hewitt Liberal Chatsworth 1966–1983
Russ Hinze Country South Coast 1966–1988
Hon Max Hodges Country Gympie 1957–1979
Keith Hooper Liberal Greenslopes 1957–1977
Jim Houghton Country Redcliffe 1960–1979
Jack Houston Labor Bulimba 1957–1980
Clive Hughes Liberal Kurilpa 1960–1974
Alex Inch Labor Burke 1960–1974
Ray Jones Labor Cairns 1965–1983
Vince Jones Country Callide 1950–1971
Vi Jordan Labor Ipswich West 1966–1974
Bill Kaus Liberal Hawthorne 1966–1986
Hon William Knox Liberal Nundah 1957–1989
Norm Lee Liberal Yeronga 1964–1989
Bill Lickiss Liberal Mount Coot-tha 1963–1989
Eric Lloyd Labor Kedron 1951–1972
Bill Longeran Country Flinders 1957–1958, 1958–1974
David Low Country Cooroora 1947–1974
Henry McKechnie Country Carnarvon 1963–1974
Johnno Mann Labor Brisbane 1936–1969
Jack Melloy Labor Nudgee 1960–1977
Col Miller Liberal Ithaca 1966–1986
Adolf Muller Country Fassifern 1935–1969
John Murray Liberal Clayfield 1963–1976
Tom Newbery Country Mirani 1965–1980
Fred Newton Labor Belmont 1960–1974
Hon David Nicholson Country Murrumba 1950–1972
Hon Frank Nicklin [2] Country Landsborough 1932–1968
Eugene O'Donnell Labor Barcoo 1961–1974
Rex Pilbeam Liberal Rockhampton South 1960–1969
Hon Jack Pizzey [3] Country Isis 1950–1968
Charles Porter Liberal Toowong 1966–1980
Wally Rae Country Gregory 1957–1974
Sam Ramsden Liberal Merthyr 1957–1971
Hon Harold Richter Country Somerset 1957–1972
Hon John Row Country Hinchinbrook 1960–1972
Doug Sherrington Labor Salisbury 1960–1974
Ray Smith Liberal Windsor 1957–1969
Hon Vic Sullivan Country Condamine 1960–1983
Merv Thackeray Labor Rockhampton North 1957–1972
Ken Tomkins [1] Country Roma 1967–1983
Hon Douglas Tooth Liberal Ashgrove 1957–1974
Perc Tucker Labor Townsville North 1960–1974
Edwin Wallis-Smith Labor Tablelands 1963–1974
Ted Walsh Independent Bundaberg 1935–1947, 1950–1969
Claude Wharton Country Burnett 1960–1986
Dick Wood Country Logan 1966–1969
Peter Wood Labor Toowoomba East 1966–1974
1 On 14 March 1967, the Country member for Roma, William Ewan, died. Country candidate Ken Tomkins won the resulting by-election on 24 June 1967.
2 On 13 February 1968, the Country member for Landsborough and Premier of Queensland, Frank Nicklin, resigned. Country candidate Mike Ahern won the resulting by-election on 16 March 1968.
3 On 31 July 1968, the Country member for Isis and Premier of Queensland, Jack Pizzey, died. Labor candidate Jim Blake won the resulting by-election on 16 November 1968.

See also


Preceded by
37th Assembly
38th Queensland Legislative Assembly
Succeeded by
39th Assembly
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