Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, 1974–1977

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The first Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, 1976

This is a list of members of the first Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 1974 to 1977.[1] This Assembly only had limited powers, as the Northern Territory was not granted self-government until 1978.

Name Party Electorate Years in office
Liz Andrew CLP Sanderson 1974–1977
Milton Ballantyne CLP Nhulunbuy 1974–1980
Nick Dondas CLP Casuarina 1974–1994
Paul Everingham CLP Jingili 1974–1984
Bernie Kilgariff[1] CLP Alice Springs 1974–1976
Rupert Kentish CLP Arnhem 1974–1977
Dawn Lawrie Independent Nightcliff 1974–1983
Goff Letts CLP Victoria River 1974–1977
Eric Manuell[1] CLP Alice Springs 1976–1977
Les MacFarlane CLP Elsey 1974–1983
Marshall Perron CLP Stuart Park 1974–1995
Dave Pollock CLP MacDonnell 1974–1977
Jim Robertson CLP Gillen 1974–1986
Roger Ryan CLP Millner 1974–1977
Roger Steele CLP Ludmilla 1974–1990
Grant Tambling CLP Fannie Bay 1974–1977
Hyacinth Tungutalum CLP Tiwi 1974–1977
Ian Tuxworth CLP Barkly 1974–1990
Roger Vale CLP Stuart 1974–1994
Ron Withnall Independent Port Darwin 1974–1977
1 CLP member Bernie Kilgariff resigned to contest a seat in the Australian Senate on 16 July 1975; CLP candidate Eric Manuell won the resulting by-election on 7 February 1976.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Members of the Legislative Assembly 1974–2016" (PDF). Parliament of the Northern Territory. Retrieved 26 February 2020.