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Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1975–1977

This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1975 to 1977, as elected at the 1975 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
Roy Abbott Labor Spence 1975–1989
Ernest Allen Liberal Frome 1968–1977
Harold Allison Liberal Mount Gambier 1975–1997
Peter Arnold Liberal Chaffey 1968–1970, 1973–1993
Heini Becker Liberal Hanson 1970–1997
Peter Blacker Country/NCP [1] Flinders 1973–1993
David Boundy LM/Liberal [2] Goyder 1974–1977
Hon Glen Broomhill Labor Henley Beach 1965–1979
Dean Brown Liberal Davenport 1973–1985, 1992–2006
Max Brown Labor Whyalla 1970–1985
Molly Byrne Labor Tea Tree Gully 1965–1979
Ted Chapman Liberal Alexandra 1973–1992
Ted Connelly Independent Pirie 1975–1977
Hon Des Corcoran Labor Coles 1962–1968, 1968–1982
John Coumbe Liberal Torrens 1956–1977
Peter Duncan Labor Elizabeth 1973–1984
Hon Don Dunstan Labor Norwood 1953–1979
Bruce Eastick Liberal Light 1970–1993
Stan Evans Liberal Fisher 1968–1993
Roger Goldsworthy Liberal Kavel 1970–1992
Reg Groth Labor Salisbury 1970–1979
Graham Gunn Liberal Eyre 1970–2010
Charles Harrison Labor Albert Park 1970–1979
Hon Dr Don Hopgood Labor Mawson 1970–1993
Hon Hugh Hudson Labor Brighton 1965–1979
Joe Jennings Labor Ross Smith 1953–1977
Gavin Keneally Labor Stuart 1970–1989
Gil Langley Labor Unley 1962–1982
John Mathwin Liberal Glenelg 1970–1985
Terry McRae Labor Playford 1970–1989
Robin Millhouse LM/New LM [2] Mitcham 1955–1982
Bill Nankivell Liberal Mallee 1959–1979
Jack Olson Labor Semaphore 1973–1979
Ron Payne Labor Mitchell 1970–1989
Allan Rodda Liberal Victoria 1965–1985
Keith Russack Liberal Gouger 1973–1982
Don Simmons Labor Peake 1970–1979
Jack Slater Labor Gilles 1970–1989
Dr David Tonkin Liberal Bragg 1970–1983
Murray Vandepeer Liberal Millicent 1975–1977
Howard Venning Liberal Rocky River 1968–1979
Hon Geoff Virgo Labor Ascot Park 1968–1979
Ivon Wardle Liberal Murray 1968–1977
Charles Wells Labor Florey 1970–1979
George Whitten Labor Price 1975–1985
David Wotton Liberal Heysen 1975–2002
Jack Wright Labor Adelaide 1971–1985
1 The Country Party renamed itself to the National Country Party during the course of this term..
2 The Liberal Movement voted to rejoin the Liberal Party in May 1976, with one of its two MHAs, David Boundy, following suit. The second MHA, Robin Millhouse, who had fiercely opposed the merger, immediately founded a new party, the New LM, and served as its sole representative in the House of Assembly.