Members of The Victorian Legislative Assembly

The following are lists of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly:

  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1856–1859
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1859–1861
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1861–1864
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1864–1865
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1865–1867
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1868–1871
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1871–1874
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1874–1877
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1877–1880
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1880–1880
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1880–1883
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1883–1886
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1886–1889
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1889–1892
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1892–1894
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1894–1897
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1897–1900
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1900–1902
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1902–1904
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1904–1907
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1907–1908
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1909–1911
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1911–1914
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1914–1917
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1917–1920
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1920–1921
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1921–1924
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1924–1927
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1927–1929
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1929–1932
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1932–1935
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1935–1937
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1937–1940
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1940–1943
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1943–1945
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1945–1947
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1947–1950
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1950–1952
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1952–1955
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1955–1958
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1958–1961
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1961–1964
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1964–1967
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1967–1970
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1970–1973
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1973–1976
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1976–1979
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1979–1982
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1982–1985
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1985–1988
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1988–1992
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1992–1996
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1996–1999
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1999–2002
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 2002–2006
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 2006–2010
  • Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 2010–2014

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Members Of The Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1967–1970
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