Members of the South Australian Legislative Council, 1965–1968

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This is a list of members of the South Australian Legislative Council from 1965 to 1968.

Name District Party Term expiry Time in office
Don Banfield Central No. 1 Labor 1973 1965–1979
Stan Bevan Central No. 1 Labor 1973 1951–1970
Jessie Cooper Central No. 2 LCL 1973 1959–1975
Boyd Dawkins Midland LCL 1968 1962–1982
Ren DeGaris Southern LCL 1973 1962–1985
Leslie Harold Densley [3] Southern LCL 1968 1944–1967
Richard Geddes Northern LCL 1973 1965–1979
Gordon Gilfillan Northern LCL 1968 1962–1975
Les Hart Midland LCL 1973 1962–1973
Murray Hill [1] Central No. 2 LCL 1968 1965–1988
Sir Norman Jude Southern LCL 1968 1944–1971
Henry Kemp Southern LCL 1973 1964–1973
Alfred Kneebone Central No. 1 Labor 1968 1961–1975
Sir Lyell McEwin Northern LCL 1968 1934–1975
Dudley Octoman [2] Northern LCL 1973 1965–1966
Sir Frank Perry [1] Central No. 2 LCL 1968 1947–1965
Frank Potter Central No. 2 LCL 1973 1959–1978
Colin Rowe Midland LCL 1973 1948–1970
Sir Arthur Rymill Central No. 2 LCL 1968 1956–1975
Bert Shard Central No. 1 Labor 1968 1956–1975
Victor George Springett [3] Southern LCL 1968 1967–1975
Ross Story Midland LCL 1968 1955–1975
Arthur Whyte [2] Northern LCL 1973 1966–1985
1 LCL MLC Sir Frank Perry died on 20 October 1965. Murray Hill was elected to fill the vacancy on 4 December.
2 LCL MLC Dudley Octoman died on 11 September 1966. Arthur Whyte was elected to fill the vacancy on 29 October.
3 LCL MLC Leslie Harold Densley resigned on 24 April 1967. Victor George Springett was elected to fill the vacancy on 2 June.

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