Members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly, 2015–2019

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly from 2015 to 2019, as elected at the 2015 state election and at by-elections.

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Jenny Aitchison Labor Maitland 2015–present
Kevin Anderson National Tamworth 2011–present
Greg Aplin Liberal Albury 2003–present
Edmond Atalla Labor Mount Druitt 2015–present
Hon Stuart Ayres Liberal Penrith 2010–present
Hon Mike Baird [5] Liberal Manly 2007–2017
Stephen Bali [8] Labor Blacktown 2017–present
Hon John Barilaro National Monaro 2011–present
Clayton Barr Labor Cessnock 2011–present
Hon Gladys Berejiklian Liberal Willoughby 2003–present
Stephen Bromhead National Myall Lakes 2011–present
Glenn Brookes [1] Liberal/Independent/Liberal East Hills 2011–present
Linda Burney [2] Labor Canterbury 2003–2016
Prue Car Labor Londonderry 2015–present
Yasmin Catley Labor Swansea 2015–present
Anoulack Chanthivong Labor Macquarie Fields 2015–present
Kevin Conolly Liberal Riverstone 2011–present
Hon Andrew Constance Liberal Bega 2003–present
Steph Cooke [9] National Cootamundra 2017–present
Sophie Cotsis [2] Labor Canterbury 2016–present
Mark Coure Liberal Oatley 2011–present
Tim Crakanthorp Labor Newcastle 2014–present
Adam Crouch Liberal Terrigal 2015–present
Michael Daley Labor Maroubra 2005–present
Tanya Davies Liberal Mulgoa 2011–present
Jihad Dib Labor Lakemba 2015–present
Hon Victor Dominello Liberal Ryde 2008–present
Philip Donato [3] SFF Orange 2016–present
Trish Doyle Labor Blue Mountains 2015–present
Hon David Elliott Liberal Baulkham Hills 2011–present
Austin Evans [10] National Murray 2017–present
Lee Evans Liberal Heathcote 2011–present
Julia Finn Labor Granville 2015–present
Luke Foley Labor Auburn 2015–present
Andrew Fraser National Coffs Harbour 1990–present
Andrew Gee [3] National Orange 2011–2016
Thomas George National Lismore 1999–present
Melanie Gibbons Liberal Holsworthy 2011–present
Hon Pru Goward Liberal Goulburn 2007–present
Hon Troy Grant National Dubbo 2011–present
Alex Greenwich Independent Sydney 2012–present
James Griffin [5] Liberal Manly 2017–present
Chris Gulaptis National Clarence 2011–present
Shelley Hancock Liberal South Coast 2003–present
David Harris Labor Wyong 2007–2011, 2015–present
Jodie Harrison Labor Charlestown 2014–present
Noreen Hay [4] Labor Wollongong 2003–2016
Jo Haylen Labor Summer Hill 2015–present
Hon Brad Hazzard Liberal Wakehurst 1991–present
Alister Henskens Liberal Ku-ring-gai 2015–present
Katrina Hodgkinson [9] National Cootamundra 1999–2017
Ron Hoenig Labor Heffron 2012–present
Sonia Hornery Labor Wallsend 2007–present
Kevin Humphries National Barwon 2007–present
Michael Johnsen National Upper Hunter 2015–present
Steve Kamper Labor Rockdale 2015–present
Matt Kean Liberal Hornsby 2011–present
Nick Lalich Labor Cabramatta 2008–present
Geoff Lee Liberal Parramatta 2011–present
Jenny Leong Greens Newtown 2015–present
Paul Lynch Labor Liverpool 1995–present
Daryl Maguire [11] Liberal/Independent Wagga Wagga 1999–2018
Adam Marshall National Northern Tablelands 2013–present
Hugh McDermott Labor Prospect 2015–present
Joe McGirr [11] Independent Wagga Wagga 2018–present
Jodi McKay Labor Strathfield 2007–2011, 2015–present
David Mehan Labor The Entrance 2015–present
Tania Mihailuk Labor Bankstown 2011–present
Chris Minns Labor Kogarah 2015–present
Bruce Notley-Smith Liberal Coogee 2011–present
Jonathan O'Dea Liberal Davidson 2007–present
Ryan Park Labor Keira 2011–present
Jamie Parker Greens Balmain 2011–present
Chris Patterson Liberal Camden 2011–present
Melinda Pavey National Oxley 2015–present
Hon Dominic Perrottet Liberal Hawkesbury 2011–present
Eleni Petinos Liberal Miranda 2015–present
Hon Adrian Piccoli [10] National Murray 1999–2017
Greg Piper Independent Lake Macquarie 2007–present
Geoff Provest National Tweed 2007–present
Hon Anthony Roberts Liberal Lane Cove 2003–present
John Robertson [8] Labor Blacktown 2011–2017
Jai Rowell Liberal Wollondilly 2011–present
Paul Scully [4] Labor Wollongong 2016–present
John Sidoti Liberal Drummoyne 2011–present
Hon Jillian Skinner [7] Liberal North Shore 1994–2017
Kathy Smith [6] Labor Gosford 2015–2017
Tamara Smith Greens Ballina 2015–present
Hon Mark Speakman Liberal Cronulla 2011–present
Hon Rob Stokes Liberal Pittwater 2007–present
Mark Taylor Liberal Seven Hills 2015–present
Liesl Tesch AM [6] Labor Gosford 2017–present
Hon Paul Toole National Bathurst 2011–present
Damien Tudehope Liberal Epping 2015–present
Hon Gabrielle Upton Liberal Vaucluse 2011–present
Gareth Ward Liberal Kiama 2011–present
Greg Warren Labor Campbelltown 2015–present
Kate Washington Labor Port Stephens 2015–present
Anna Watson Labor Shellharbour 2011–present
Hon Leslie Williams National Port Macquarie 2011–present
Ray Williams Liberal Castle Hill 2007–present
Felicity Wilson [7] Liberal North Shore 2017–present
Guy Zangari Labor Fairfield 2011–present
1 On 21 March 2016, the member for East Hills, Glenn Brookes, resigned from the Liberal Party to sit as an independent on the crossbench. He rejoined the Liberal Party in 2017.
2 On 6 May 2016, the Labor member for Canterbury, Linda Burney, resigned to contest the federal seat of Barton. Former Labor MLC Sophie Cotsis was elected to replace her at the by-election on 12 November 2016.
3 On 30 May 2016, the Nationals member for Orange, Andrew Gee, resigned to contest the federal seat of Calare. Philip Donato of the Shooters, Fishers and Farmers Party won the by-election held on 12 November 2016.
4 On 31 August 2016, the Labor member for Wollongong, Noreen Hay, resigned. Labor candidate Paul Scully was elected to replace her at a by-election held on 12 November 2016.
5 On 23 January 2017, the Premier and Liberal member for Manly, Mike Baird, resigned. Liberal candidate James Griffin was elected to replace him at a by-election held on 8 April 2017.
6 On 14 February 2017, the Labor member for Gosford, Kathy Smith, resigned due to ill health. Labor candidate Liesl Tesch was elected to replace her at a by-election held on 8 April 2017.
7 On 20 February 2017, the Liberal member for North Shore, Jillian Skinner, resigned. Liberal candidate Felicity Wilson was elected to replace her at a by-election held on 8 April 2017.
8 On 25 August 2017, the Labor member for Blacktown, John Robertson, resigned. Labor candidate Stephen Bali was elected to replace him at a by-election held on 14 October 2017.
9 On 1 September 2017, the Nationals member for Cootamundra, Katrina Hodgkinson, resigned. Nationals candidate Steph Cooke was elected to replace him at a by-election held on 14 October 2017.
10 On 15 September 2017, the Nationals member for Murray, Adrian Piccoli, resigned. Nationals candidate Austin Evans was elected to replace him at a by-election held on 14 October 2017.
11 On 13 July 2018, the member for Wagga Wagga, Daryl Maguire, resigned from the Liberal Party after admitting to the Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) that he sought payment for brokering a property deal between former Canterbury councillor Michael Hawatt and Chinese developers. He resigned from parliament on 3 August 2018. Independent candidate Joe McGirr was elected to replace him at a by-election held on 8 September 2018.

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