Members of The Western Australian Legislative Council

Following are lists of members of the Western Australian Legislative Council:

Prior to responsible government:

  • 1832–1870
  • 1870–1872
  • 1872–1874
  • 1874–1880
  • 1880–1884
  • 1884–1889
  • 1889–1890
  • 1890–1894

After responsible government:

  • 1894–1896
  • 1896–1898
  • 1898–1900
  • 1900–1902
  • 1902–1904
  • 1904–1906
  • 1906–1908
  • 1908–1910
  • 1910–1912
  • 1912–1914
  • 1914–1916
  • 1916–1918
  • 1918–1920
  • 1920–1922
  • 1922–1924
  • 1924–1926
  • 1926–1928
  • 1928–1930
  • 1930–1932
  • 1932–1934
  • 1934–1936
  • 1936–1938
  • 1938–1940
  • 1940–1944
  • 1944–1946
  • 1946–1948
  • 1948–1950
  • 1950–1952
  • 1952–1954
  • 1954–1956
  • 1956–1958
  • 1958–1960
  • 1960–1962
  • 1962–1965
  • 1965–1968
  • 1968–1971
  • 1971–1974
  • 1974–1977
  • 1977–1980
  • 1980–1983
  • 1983–1986
  • 1986–1989

Under proportional representation:

  • 1989–1993
  • 1993–1997
  • 1997–2001
  • 2001–2005
  • 2005–2009
  • 2009–2013
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