Members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, 1958–1961

This is a list of members of the Victorian Legislative Assembly from 1958 to 1961, as elected at the 1958 state election:

Name Party Electorate Term in office
Jim Balfour Liberal Morwell 1955–1982
Nathaniel Barclay Country Mildura 1947–1952; 1955–1962
Hon John Bloomfield Liberal Malvern 1953–1970
Hon Henry Bolte Liberal Hampden 1947–1972
Bill Borthwick[2] Liberal Scoresby 1960–1982
Hon Richard Brose Country Rodney 1944–1964
Vernon Christie Liberal Ivanhoe 1955–1973
Arthur Clarey Labor Melbourne 1955–1972
Leslie Cochrane Country Gippsland West 1950–1970
Frederick Cook Country Benalla 1936–1961
Roy Crick Labor Grant 1955–1966
Tom Darcy Liberal Polwarth 1958–1970
William Divers[1] Labor Footscray 1958–1970
Hon Val Doube Labor Oakleigh 1950–1961; 1970–1979
Roberts Dunstan Liberal Mornington 1956–1982
Tom Evans[3] Liberal Ballarat North 1960–1988
Leo Fennessy Labor Brunswick East 1955–1970
Larry Floyd Labor Williamstown 1955–1973
Hon Alexander Fraser Liberal Caulfield 1950–1952; 1955–1965
Richard Gainey Liberal Elsternwick 1955–1967
Hon Bill Galvin Labor Bendigo 1945–1955, 1958–1964
Peter Garrisson Liberal Hawthorn 1958–1964
George Gibbs Liberal Portland 1955–1967
Max Gillett Liberal Geelong West 1958–1964
Jack Holden Liberal Moonee Ponds 1955–1967
Kevin Holland Labor Flemington 1956–1967
Hon Sir Herbert Hyland Country Gippsland South 1929–1970
Harry Kane Liberal Broadmeadows 1955–1962
Brig. Hon Sir George Knox[1] Liberal Scoresby 1927–1960
Hon Sir Albert Lind Country Gippsland East 1920–1961
Denis Lovegrove Labor Fitzroy 1955–1973
Sam Loxton Liberal Prahran 1955–1979
Jim MacDonald Liberal Burwood 1955–1976
Hon Sir William McDonald Liberal Dundas 1947–1952; 1955–1970
Hon Sir Thomas Maltby Liberal Geelong 1929–1961
Jim Manson Liberal Ringwood 1955–1973
Edward Meagher Liberal Mentone 1955–1976
Hon Wilfred Mibus Liberal Lowan 1944–1964
Hon Tom Mitchell Country Benambra 1947–1976
Hon George Moss Country Murray Valley 1945–1973
Charlie Mutton Labor Coburg 1940–1967
Hon Horace Petty Liberal Toorak 1952–1964
Murray Porter Liberal Sandringham 1955–1970
Joe Rafferty Liberal Ormond 1955–1979
Hon George Reid Liberal Box Hill 1947–1952; 1955–1973
Len Reid Liberal Dandenong 1958–1969
Charlie Ring Labor Preston 1955–1970
John Rossiter Liberal Brighton 1955–1976
William Ruthven Labor Reservoir 1945–1961
Hon Arthur Rylah Liberal Kew 1949–1971
Roy Schintler Labor Yarraville 1955–1967
Gordon Scott Liberal Ballarat South 1955–1964
Hon Ernie Shepherd[1] Labor Footscray 1945–1968
Baron Snider Liberal St Kilda 1955–1964
Harold Stirling Country Swan Hill 1952–1968
Russell Stokes Liberal Evelyn 1958–1973
Clive Stoneham Labor Midlands 1942–1970
Bob Suggett Liberal Moorabbin 1955–1979
Keith Sutton Labor Albert Park 1950–1970
Edgar Tanner Liberal Ripponlea 1955–1976
Alex Taylor Liberal Balwyn 1955–1973
Bill Towers Labor Richmond 1947–1962
Campbell Turnbull Labor Brunswick West 1955–1973
Hon Keith Turnbull Liberal Kara Kara 1950–1964
Kenneth Wheeler Liberal Essendon 1958–1979
Hon Russell White[2] Country Ballarat North 1945–1960
Vernon Wilcox Liberal Camberwell 1956–1976
Frank Wilkes Labor Northcote 1957–1988
Ray Wiltshire Liberal Mulgrave 1955–1976
1 On 12 September 1958, the Labor member for Footscray, Ernie Shepherd, died. Labor candidate William Divers won the resulting by-election on 8 October 1958.
2 On 11 July 1960, the Liberal member for Scoresby, George Knox, died. Liberal candidate Bill Borthwick won the resulting by-election on 17 September 1960.
3 In September 1960, the Country member for Ballarat North, Russell White, resigned to take up a position on the Trotting Control Board. Liberal candidate Tom Evans won the resulting by-election on 12 November 1960.