Members of the South Australian House of Assembly, 1982–1985

This is a list of members of the South Australian House of Assembly from 1982 to 1985, as elected at the 1982 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term of office
Roy Abbott Labor Spence 1975–1989
Hon Jennifer Adamson Liberal Coles 1977–1993
Hon Harold Allison Liberal Mount Gambier 1975–1997
June Appleby Labor Hayward 1982–1989
Hon Peter Arnold Liberal Chaffey 1968–1970, 1973–1993
Lynn Arnold Labor Salisbury 1979–1994
Scott Ashenden Liberal Todd 1979–1985, 1993–1997
Stephen Baker Liberal Mitcham 1982–1997
John Bannon Labor Ross Smith 1977–1993
Heini Becker Liberal Hanson 1970–1997
Peter Blacker NCP/National [3] Flinders 1973–1993
Dean Brown Liberal Davenport 1973–1985, 1992–2006
Max Brown Labor Whyalla 1970–1985
Hon Ted Chapman Liberal Alexandra 1973–1992
Greg Crafter Labor Norwood 1979, 1980–1993
Hon Peter Duncan [2] Labor Elizabeth 1973–1984
Hon Bruce Eastick Liberal Light 1970–1993
Martyn Evans [2] Independent Elizabeth 1984–1994
Stan Evans Liberal Fisher 1968–1993
Don Ferguson Labor Henley Beach 1982–1993
Roger Goldsworthy Liberal Kavel 1970–1992
Bob Gregory Labor Florey 1982–1993
Terry Groom Labor Hartley 1977–1979, 1982–1993
Graham Gunn Liberal Eyre 1970–2010
Terry Hemmings Labor Napier 1977–1993
Graham Ingerson [1] Liberal Bragg 1983–2002
Kevin Hamilton Labor Albert Park 1979–1993
Hon Dr Don Hopgood Labor Baudin 1970–1993
Gavin Keneally Labor Stuart 1970–1989
John Klunder Labor Newland 1977–1979, 1982–1993
Susan Lenehan Labor Mawson 1982–1993
Peter Lewis Liberal Mallee 1979–2006
John Mathwin Liberal Glenelg 1970–1985
Kym Mayes Labor Unley 1982–1993
Terry McRae Labor Playford 1970–1989
John Meier Liberal Goyder 1982–2006
John Olsen Liberal Rocky River 1979–1990, 1992–2002
John Oswald Liberal Morphett 1979–2002
Hon Ron Payne Labor Mitchell 1970–1989
Norm Peterson Independent Semaphore 1979–1993
Keith Plunkett Labor Peake 1979–1989
Allan Rodda Liberal Victoria 1965–1985
Jack Slater Labor Gilles 1970–1989
Hon Dr David Tonkin [1] Liberal Bragg 1970–1983
John Trainer Labor Ascot Park 1979–1993
George Whitten Labor Price 1975–1985
Hon Michael Wilson Liberal Torrens 1977–1985
Hon David Wotton Liberal Murray 1975–2002
Hon Jack Wright Labor Adelaide 1971–1985
1 The Liberal member for Bragg, David Tonkin, resigned on 10 April 1983. Liberal candidate Graham Ingerson won the resulting by-election on 14 May 1983.
2 The Labor member for Elizabeth, Peter Duncan, resigned on 25 October 1984 in order to contest the federal seat of Makin at the 1984 election. Independent candidate Martyn Evans won the resulting by-election on 1 December 1984.
3 The National Country Party changed its name to the National Party during the course of this term.