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

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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, as elected at the 2011 and 2015 elections. As members serve eight-year terms, half of the Council was elected in 2011 and did not face re-election in 2015, and the members elected in 2015 will not face re-election until 2023.

Name Party Term in office
Hon John Ajaka Liberal 2007–present
Hon Lou Amato Liberal 2015–present
Jan Barham[4] Greens 2011–2017
Hon Niall Blair National 2011–present
Hon Robert Borsak Shooters, Fishers and Farmers 2010–present
Hon Robert Brown Shooters, Fishers and Farmers 2006–present
Jeremy Buckingham Greens 2011–present
Hon David Clarke Liberal 2003–present
Hon Rick Colless National 2000–present
Hon Sophie Cotsis[3] Labor 2010–2016
Hon Catherine Cusack Liberal 2003–present
Hon Greg Donnelly Labor 2005–present
Cate Faehrmann [8] Greens 2010–2013, 2018–present
Hon Wes Fang [6] National 2017–present
Hon Scott Farlow Liberal 2015–present
Dr Mehreen Faruqi [8] Greens 2013–2018
Justin Field[2] Greens 2016–present
Hon Ben Franklin National 2015–present
Hon Mike Gallacher[5] Independent 1996–2017
Hon Duncan Gay [6] National 1988–2017
Hon John Graham [3] Labor 2016–present
Hon Paul Green Christian Democrats 2011–present
Hon Don Harwin Liberal 1999–present
Hon Courtney Houssos Labor 2015–present
Dr John Kaye[2] Greens 2007–2016
Hon Trevor Khan National 2007–present
Hon Scot MacDonald Liberal 2011–present
Hon Natasha Maclaren-Jones Liberal 2011–present
Hon Shayne Mallard Liberal 2015–present
Hon Taylor Martin[5] Liberal 2017–present
Hon Matthew Mason-Cox Liberal 2006–present
Hon Sarah Mitchell National 2011–present
Hon Daniel Mookhey[1] Labor 2015–present
Hon Shaoquett Moselmane Labor 2009–present
Rev Hon Fred Nile Christian Democrats 1981–2004, 2004–present
Hon Greg Pearce[7] Liberal 2000–2017
Hon Mark Pearson Animal Justice 2015–present
Hon Dr Peter Phelps Liberal 2011–present
Hon Peter Primrose Labor 1996–present
Hon Adam Searle Labor 2011–present
Hon Walt Secord Labor 2011–present
Hon Penny Sharpe[1] Labor 2005–2015, 2015–present
David Shoebridge Greens 2010–present
Hon Bronnie Taylor National 2015–present
Hon Mick Veitch Labor 2007–present
Hon Lynda Voltz Labor 2007–present
Dawn Walker[4] Greens 2017–present
Hon Natalie Ward[7] Liberal 2017–present
Hon Ernest Wong Labor 2013–present
1 On 6 May 2015, Daniel Mookhey was elected to fill the vacancy caused by Steve Whan's resignation during the last parliament. On the same day, Penny Sharpe was elected to fill the vacancy caused by her own resignation under similar circumstances.
2 On 2 May 2016, Greens MLC John Kaye died. Justin Field was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 23 August 2016.
3 On 16 September 2016, Labor MLC Sophie Cotsis resigned in order to contest the Canterbury by-election. John Graham was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 12 October 2016.
4 On 13 February 2017, Greens MLC Jan Barham resigned. Dawn Walker was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 22 February 2017.
5 On 6 April 2017, ex-Liberal Independent MLC Mike Gallacher resigned. Liberal Taylor Martin was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 3 May 2017.
6 On 31 July 2017, National MLC Duncan Gay resigned. Wes Fang was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 9 August 2017.
7 On 15 November 2017, Liberal MLC Greg Pearce resigned. Natalie Ward was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 16 November 2017.
8 On 14 August 2018, Greens MLC Mehreen Faruqi resigned. Cate Faehrmann was elected to fill the resulting casual vacancy on 15 August 2018

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