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Women Senators Since 1901

The table on this page displays the complete list of 113 female senators since 1901.

No women were elected to the Senate between 1901 and 1943. Dorothy Tangney was the first, elected in August 1943.

Until 1980, just thirteen women had sat in the Senate. The increase in female participation accelerated in the 1980s, with seventeen women taking up Senate seats in that decade.

Since 1990, eighty-three women have entered the Senate. They constitute 73.54% of all women senators since 1901.

The forty women senators currently serving constitute a majority – 52.63% – of the current Senate’s membership of 76. There are seventeen from the ALP, twelve from the Liberal Party, six from the Greens, three from The Nationals, one from One Nation, and one from the Jacqui Lambie Network. The 40 senators also constitute 35.39% of the 113 women who have served in the Senate since Federation.

CHANGES DURING THE 46th PARLIAMENT 2019-

March 10, 2022: Kimberley Kitching, a Labor senator from Victoria, first appointed in October 2016, died, of a heart attack, aged 52.

September 21, 2021: Karen Grogan, a former official of the United Workers Union, and convenor of the Left faction of the South Australian ALP, was appointed by a joint sitting of the South Australian parliament to fill the casual vacancy caused by the death of Senator Alex Gallacher on August 29, 2021.

September 14, 2021: Rachel Siewert, an Australian Greens senator from Western Australia since 2005, resigned on September 6, 2021. At a joint sitting of the Western Australian parliament on September 14, her casual vacancy was filled by Dorinda Cox. Cox is the first indigenous female senator from Western Australia. Cox’s appointment does not change the composition of the Senate, which continues to have 39 women and 39 men.

September 4, 2020: Lidia Thorpe, a former Greens member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly, was appointed to a casual vacancy to replace Richard Di Natale, who resigned on August 26, 2020. Her appointment means there are now 39 women in the Senate, as against 37 men. This is the first time in the Senate’s history that a majority of members have been women. Thorpe is the 111th female senator since 1901.

September 11, 2019: Sarah Henderson, who was defeated in the House of Representatives division of Corangamite at the 2019 election, was appointed to a casual vacancy to replace Mitch Fifield, who resigned to become Australian ambassador to the United Nations. Her appointment means exactly half – 38 – of the senators are women. The total number of women senators since 1901 is now 110.

2019 FEDERAL ELECTION

Eight new women senators took office on May 18, 2019 or July 1, 2019: ALP 3, Liberal/LNP 3, Nationals 2.

The new senators were:
– ALP: Jess Walsh (Vic), Nita Green (Qld) and Marielle Smith (SA)
– LIB/LNP: Hollie Hughes (NSW), Susan McDonald (Qld) and Claire Chandler (Tas)
– NATIONALS: Perin Davey (NSW), Sam McMahon (NT)

Two female former senators returned: Jacqui Lambie (Tas-JLN) and Katy Gallagher (ACT-ALP).

Three women left the Senate on June 30. Claire Moore (Qld-ALP) retired at the election. Lisa Singh (Tas-ALP), and Lucy Gichuhi (SA-Lib) were defeated.

Following the election, there were 37 women senators – ALP 16, Lib/LNP 11, Nationals 3, Greens 5, Lambie 1, One Nation 1. They comprised 48.68% of the Senate’s 76 members. In September 2019, the appointment of Sarah Henderson delivered parity, with 38 male and 38 female senators.

Following the election, the total number of women senators since 1901 rose to 109. Henderson’s appointment was the 110th and Lidia Thorpe’s appointment in 2020 was the 111th.

CHANGES IN THE 45th PARLIAMENT 2016-2019

Seven women elected at the 2016 federal election have left the Senate. Five (Waters, Nash, Lambie, Kakoschke-Moore and Gallagher) were replaced by men, following special recounts in their respective states. One (Rhiannon) was replaced by a woman via a casual vacancy. One (Collins) was replaced by a man via a casual vacancy.

Additionally, six women have replaced male senators, one (Gichuhi) via a special recount, and five via casual vacancies (Kitching, Keneally, Stoker, Waters and Askew). Larissa Waters, who resigned in 2017 due to Section 44 issues, returned to the Senate in 2018, filling a casual vacancy following the resignation of Andrew Bartlett. She effectively returned to her old seat.

  • Kimberley Kitching (Vic-ALP), was appointed on October 25, 2016 to fill a casual vacancy caused by the retirement of Stephen Conroy on September 30, 2016.
  • Lucy Gichuhi (SA-Ind/Lib), was elected in a special recount on April 19, 2017, following the resignation of Bob Day on November 1, 2016. Day was subsequently disqualified by the High Court on April 5, 2017, due to an indirect pecuniary interest with the Commonwealth. Gichuhi, whilst appointed due to her position on the Family First Senate ticket, sat first as an independent before joining the Liberal Party.
  • Larissa Waters (Qld-Greens) resigned her seat on July 18, 2017, due to her Canadian dual citizenship that put her in breach of Section 44 of the Constitution. On November 10, 2017, following a High Court ruling, a countback of Senate votes resulted in the election of Andrew Bartlett, a former Democrats senator.
  • Fiona Nash (NSW-Nationals), was declared ineligible to nominate by the High Court on October 27, 2017, due to her dual citizenship. A special recount resulted in the election of the Liberal Party’s Jim Molan on December 22, 2017.
  • Jacqui Lambie (Tas-JLN), resigned on November 14, 2017, due to dual citizenship. A special recount resulted in the election of Steve Martin on February 9, 2018. Martin joined The Nationals after his appointment.
  • Skye Kakoschke-Moore (SA-NXT), resigned on November 22, 2017, due to dual citizenship. A special recount resulted in the election of Tim Storer, who had left the Xenophon group and sat as an independent.
  • Kristina Keneally, a former ALP member of the NSW Parliament (2003-2012) and Premier of NSW (2009-2011), was approved by a joint sitting of the NSW Parliament on February 14, 2018 to fill the casual vacancy created by the resignation of Sam Dastyari.
  • Listen to the NSW Parliament’s Joint Sitting to Nominate Keneally (2m)
  • Amanda Stoker (Qld-LNP) was preselected on March 10, 2018 to fill a casual vacancy caused by the resignation of George Brandis on February 7, 2018. In accordance with Section 15 of the Constitution, she was formally chosen by the Queensland Parliament on March 21, 2018.
  • On May 9, 2018, the High Court declared that Katy Gallagher, an ACT senator and former Chief Minister of the ACT, was ineligible to contest the 2016 election, by reason of her dual citizenship. The court ordered a special recount to replace Gallagher. This resulted in the election of David Smith, the second candidate on the ALP ticket, on May 23, 2016.
  • On August 14, 2018, the NSW Greens Senator Lee Rhiannon resigned her seat. On August 15, a joint sitting of the NSW Parliament chose Mehreen Faruqi as her replacement. Faruqi is the 100th woman to be elected to the Senate.
  • On August 27, 2018, the Queensland Greens Senator Andrew Bartlett resigned his seat. On September 6, 2018, the Queensland parliament appointed Larissa Waters to fill the casual vacancy. She was sworn in on September 10.
  • On February 15, 2019, the Victorian Labor Senator Jacinta Collins resigned her seat. She had previously announced she would retire at the 2019 election. She was replaced by Rafael “Raff” Ciccone, who was appointed by the Victorian parliament on March 6, 2019. With Collins gone, the number of ALP women dropped from 15 to 14.
  • On January 21, 2019, the Tasmanian Liberal Senator David Bushby resigned and was appointed consul-general in Chicago. His sister, Wendy Askew, was preselected to fill his casual vacancy. Her appointment took the number of Liberal women to nine.

The following table shows the full list of current women senators. Their state of origin and first date of election is shown next to their names.

Current Women Senators – as of March 10, 2022 (Total: 39)
A.L.P. (16) Liberal Party (12) Others (11)
1. Penny Wong (SA, 2002)
2. Helen Polley (Tas, 2005)
3. Carol Brown (Tas, 2005)
4. Catryna Bilyk (Tas, 2008)
5. Louise Pratt (WA, 2008-2014, 2016)
6. Anne Urquhart (Tas, 2011)
7. Sue Lines (WA, 2013)
8. Deborah O’Neill (NSW, 2013)
9. Jenny McAllister (NSW, 2015)
10. Malarndirri McCarthy (NT, 2016)
11. Kristina Keneally (NSW, 2018)
12. Katy Gallagher (ACT, 2015-2018, 2019)
13. Nita Green (Qld, 2019)
14. Marielle Smith (SA, 2019)
15. Jess Walsh (Vic, 2019)
16. Karen Grogan (SA, 2021)
1. Marise Payne (NSW, 1997)
2. Concetta Fierravanti-Wells (NSW, 2005)
3. Michaelia Cash (WA, 2008)
4. Anne Ruston (SA, 2012)
5. Linda Reynolds (WA, 2014)
6. Jane Hume (Vic, 2016)
7. Amanda Stoker (Qld, 2018)
8. Wendy Askew (Tas, 2019)
9. Claire Chandler (Tas, 2019)
10. Hollie Hughes (NSW, 2019)
11. Susan McDonald (Qld, 2019)
12. Sarah Henderson (Vic, 2019)
AUSTRALIAN GREENS
1. Sarah Hanson-Young (SA, 2008)
2. Janet Rice (Vic, 2014)
3. Mehreen Faruqi (NSW, 2018)
4. Larissa Waters (Qld, 2011-2017, 2018)
5. Lidia Thorpe (Vic, 2020)
6. Dorinda Cox (WA, 2021)

THE NATIONALS
7. Bridget McKenzie (Vic, 2011)
8. Perin Davey (NSW, 2019)
9. Sam McMahon (NT, 2019)

ONE NATION
10. Pauline Hanson (Qld, 2016)

JACQUI LAMBIE NETWORK
11. Jacqui Lambie (Tas, 2014-2017, 2019)

 

LONGEST-SERVING WOMEN SENATORS

Until 2022, the longest-serving woman in the Senate was the very first woman senator, Dame Dorothy Tangney, from Western Australia, who served for 24 years, 10 months and 9 days between 1943 and 1968.

On February 9, 2022, Tangney’s term was overtaken by Senator Marise Payne, currently the Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Women in the Morrison coalition government.

Of other contemporary senators, Amanda Vanstone has the longest service.

  1. Marise Payne (Lib-NSW) – 1997-current – [showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”9″ year=”1997″ template=”9″]
  2. Dame Dorothy Tangney (ALP-WA) – 1943-1968 – 24 years, 10 months, 9 days
  3. Dame Annabelle Rankin (Lib-Qld) – 1947-1971 – 23 years, 10 months, 23 days
  4. Amanda Vanstone (Lib-SA) – 1984-2007 – 22 years, 4 months, 25 days
  5. Dame Ivy Wedgwood (Lib-Vic) – 1950-1971 – 21 years, 4 months, 8 days

DEATHS

The most recent deaths of women senators have been:

  • March 10, 2022: Kimberley Kitching (ALP-Vic), 52
  • November 11, 2020: Margaret Guilfoyle (Lib-Vic), 94
  • September 27, 2020: Susan Ryan (ALP-ACT), 77
  • April 01, 2018: Jocelyn Newman (Lib-Tas), 80
  • December 20, 2017: Lady Florence Bjelke-Petersen (Nat-Qld), 97.
  • November 20, 2017: Jean Hearn (ALP-Tas), 96.
  • August 09, 2017: Patricia Giles (ALP-WA), 88.
  • June 18, 2017: Shirley Walters (Lib-Tas), 91.

As of November 2020, twenty former women senators have died. This is 17.69% of the total number.

The table below lists each woman by the date she first took up her seat. Members elected at double dissolutions who had their terms backdated are listed according to their date of election. The table also shows details of senators who also served in the House of Representatives or other state or territory parliaments.

Women Members of the Senate Since 1901
No. Name State Party Term Began Term Ended Birth Death Age
1.
Tangney, Dame Dorothy
WA
ALP
21.08.1943
30.06.1968
13.03.1911
01.06.1985
74
2.
Rankin, Dame Annabelle
Qld
Lib
01.07.1947
24.05.1971
28.07.1908
30.08.1986
78
3.
Robertson, Agnes
WA
Lib
Country
22.02.1950
01.07.1956
30.06.1956
30.06.1962
31.07.1882
29.01.1968
85
4.
Wedgwood, Dame Ivy
Vic
Lib
22.02.1950
30.06.1971
18.10.1896
24.07.1975
78
5.
Buttfield, Dame Nancy
SA
Lib
11.10.1955
09.12.1961
01.07.1968
08.12.1961
30.06.1965
11.04.1974
12.11.1912
04.09.2005
92
6.
Breen, Marie
Vic
Lib
01.07.1962
30.06.1968
03.11.1902
17.06.1993
90
7.
Guilfoyle, Dame Margaret
Vic
Lib
01.07.1971
05.06.1987
15.05.1926
11.11.2020
94
8.
Coleman, Ruth
WA
ALP
18.05.1974
05.06.1987
27.09.1931
27.03.2008
76
9.
Martin/Sullivan, Kathryn
Qld
Moncrieff (Qld)
Lib
18.05.1974
01.12.1984
05.11.1984
08.12.2001
08.03.1942
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”8″ year=”1942″ template=”1″]
10.
Melzer, Jean
Vic
ALP
18.05.1974
30.06.1981
07.02.1926
18.06.2013
91
11.
Walters, (Mary) Shirley
Tas
Lib
13.12.1975
30.06.1993
31.08.1925
18.06.2017
91
12.
Ryan, Susan
ACT
ALP
13.12.1975
29.01.1988
10.10.1942
27.09.2020
77
13.
Haines, Janine
SA
AD
14.12.1977
01.07.1981
30.06.1978
01.03.1990
08.05.1945
20.11.2004
59
14.
Hearn, Jean
Tas
ALP
15.10.1980
30.06.1985
30.03.1921
20.11.2017
96
15.
Bjelke-Petersen, Lady Florence
Qld
NCP/Nat
12.03.1981
30.06.1993
11.08.1920
20.12.2017
97
16.
Reid, Margaret
ACT
Lib
05.05.1981
14.02.2003
28.05.1935
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”28″ year=”1935″ template=”1″]
17.
Giles, Patricia
WA
ALP
01.07.1981
30.06.1993
16.11.1928
09.08.2017
88
18.
Zakharov, Olive
Vic
ALP
05.03.1983
06.03.1995
19.03.1929
06.03.1995
65
19.
Crowley, Rosemary
SA
ALP
05.03.1983
30.06.2002
30.07.1938
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”30″ year=”1938″ template=”1″]
20.
Reynolds, Margaret
Qld
ALP
05.03.1983
30.06.1999
19.07.1941
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”19″ year=”1941″ template=”1″]
21.
Knowles, Susan
WA
Lib
01.12.1984
30.06.2005
10.04.1951
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”10″ year=”1951″ template=”1″]
22.
Vanstone, Amanda
SA
Lib
01.12.1984
26.04.2007
07.12.1952
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”7″ year=”1952″ template=”1″]
23.
Vallentine, Josephine
WA
NDP/Ind
Greens WA
01.07.1985
31.01.1992
30.05.1946
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”30″ year=”1946″ template=”1″]
24.
Newman, Jocelyn
Tas
Lib
13.03.1986
01.02.2002
07.07.1937
01.04.2018
80
25.
Powell, Janet
Vic
AD/Ind
26.08.1986
30.06.1993
29.09.1942
30.03.2013
71
26.
West, Suzanne
NSW
ALP
11.02.1987
01.07.1990
05.06.1987
30.06.2002
21.09.1947
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”21″ year=”1947″ template=”1″]
27.
Bishop, Bronwyn
NSW
Mackellar (NSW)
Lib
11.07.1987
26.03.1994
24.02.1994
09.05.2016
19.10.1942
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”19″ year=”1942″ template=”1″]
28.
Jenkins, Jean
WA
AD
11.07.1987
30.06.1990
16.03.1938
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”16″ year=”1938″ template=”1″]
29.
Patterson, Kay
Vic
Lib
11.07.1987
30.06.2008
21.11.1944
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”21″ year=”1944″ template=”1″]
30.
Dunn, Irina
NSW
NDP/Ind
21.07.1988
30.06.1990
17.03.1948
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”17″ year=”1948″ template=”1″]
31.
Lees, Meg
SA
AD
04.04.1990
30.06.2005
19.10.1948
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”19″ year=”1948″ template=”1″]
32.
Bourne, Victoria
NSW
AD
01.07.1990
30.06.2002
22.10.1954
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”22″ year=”1954″ template=”1″]
33.
Kernot, Cheryl
Qld
Dickson (Qld)
AD
ALP
01.07.1990
03.10.1998
15.10.1997
10.11.2001
05.12.1948
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”5″ year=”1948″ template=”1″]
34.
Sowada, Karin
NSW
AD
29.08.1991
30.06.1993
01.11.1961
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”1″ year=”1961″ template=”1″]
35.
Chamarette, Christabel
WA
Greens WA
12.03.1992
30.06.1996
01.05.1948
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”1″ year=”1948″ template=”1″]
36.
Margetts, Dee
WA
Greens WA
01.07.1993
30.06.1999
05.03.1955
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”5″ year=”1955″ template=”1″]
37.
Troeth, Judith
Vic
Lib
01.07.1993
30.06.2011
03.08.1940
[showcurrentage month=”8″ day=”3″ year=”1940″ template=”1″]
38.
Denman, Kay
Tas
ALP
24.08.1993
30.06.2005
22.07.1937
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”22″ year=”1937″ template=”1″]
39.
Neal, Belinda
NSW
Robertson (NSW)
ALP
08.03.1994
24.11.2007
03.09.1998
19.07.2010
10.01.1963
[showcurrentage month=”1″ day=”10″ year=”1963″ template=”1″]
40.
Collins, Jacinta
Vic
ALP
03.05.1995
08.05.2008
30.06.2005
15.02.2019
04.09.1962
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”4″ year=”1962″ template=”1″]
41.
Stott Despoja, Natasha
SA
AD
29.11.1995
30.06.1998
09.09.1969
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”9″ year=”1969″ template=”1″]
42.
Lundy, Kate
ACT
ALP
02.03.1996
24.03.2015
15.12.1967
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”15″ year=”1967″ template=”1″]
43.
Mackay, Susan
Tas
ALP
08.03.1996
29.07.2005
14.04.1960
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”14″ year=”1960″ template=”1″]
44.
Ferris, Jeannie
SA
Lib
01.07.1996
24.07.1996
12.07.1996
02.04.2007
14.03.1941
02.04.2007
66
45.
Gibbs, Brenda
Qld
ALP
01.07.1996
30.06.2002
03.09.1947
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”3″ year=”1947″ template=”1″]
46.
Allison, Lyn
Vic
AD
01.07.1996
30.06.2008
21.10.1946
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”21″ year=”1946″ template=”1″]
47.
Coonan, Helen
NSW
AD
01.07.1996
22.08.2011
29.10.1947
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”29″ year=”1947″ template=”1″]
48.
Payne, Marise
NSW
Lib
09.04.1997
29.07.1964
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”29″ year=”1964″ template=”1″]
49.
Synon, Karen
Vic
Lib
13.05.1997
30.06.1999
15.09.1959
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”15″ year=”1959″ template=”1″]
50.
Crossin, Trish
NT
ALP
01.07.1998
06.09.2013
21.03.1956
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”21″ year=”1956″ template=”1″]
51.
McLucas, Jan
Qld
ALP
01.07.1999
09.05.2016
27.03.1958
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”27″ year=”1958″ template=”1″]
52.
Moore, Claire
Qld
ALP
01.07.2002
30.06.2019
19.02.1956
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”19″ year=”1956″ template=”1″]
53.
Stephens, Ursula
NSW
ALP
01.07.2002
30.06.2014
07.07.1954
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”7″ year=”1954″ template=”1″]
54.
Wong, Penny
SA
ALP
01.07.2002
05.11.1968
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”5″ year=”1968″ template=”1″]
55.
Kirk, Linda
SA
ALP
01.07.2002
30.06.2008
24.05.1967
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”24″ year=”1967″ template=”1″]
56.
Webber, Ruth
WA
ALP
01.07.2002
30.06.2008
24.03.1965
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”24″ year=”1965″ template=”1″]
57.
Nettle, Kerry
NSW
Greens
01.07.2002
30.06.2008
24.12.1973
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”24″ year=”1973″ template=”1″]
58.
Fierravanti-Wells, Concetta
NSW
Liberal
05.05.2005
20.05.1960
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”20″ year=”1960″ template=”1″]
59.
Adams, Judith
WA
Liberal
01.07.2005
31.03.2012
11.04.1943
31.03.2012
68
60.
Wortley, Dana
SA
MHA Torrens (SA)
ALP
01.07.2005
15.03.2014
30.06.2011
xx.xx.1959
[showcurrentage month=”6″ day=”30″ year=”1959″ template=”1″]
61.
Milne, Christine
MHA Lyons (Tas)
Tas
Greens
13.05.1989
01.07.2005
29.08.1998
10.08.2015
14.05.1953
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”14″ year=”1953″ template=”1″]
62.
Nash, Fiona
NSW
Nationals
01.07.2005
27.10.2017
06.05.1965
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”6″ year=”1965″ template=”1″]
63.
Polley, Helen
Tas
ALP
01.07.2005
09.02.1957
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”9″ year=”1957″ template=”1″]
64.
Siewert, Rachel
WA
Greens
01.07.2005
06.09.2021
04.11.1961
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”4″ year=”1961″ template=”1″]
65.
Hurley, Annette
MHA Napier (SA)
SA
ALP
11.12.1993
01.07.2005
09.02.2002
30.06.2011
23.03.1955
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”23″ year=”1955″ template=”1″]
66.
McEwen, Anne
SA
ALP
01.07.2005
02.07.2016
03.08.1954
[showcurrentage month=”8″ day=”3″ year=”1954″ template=”1″]
67.
Brown, Carol
Tas
ALP
25.08.2005
19.07.1963
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”19″ year=”1963″ template=”1″]
68.
Boyce, Sue
Qld
Liberal
19.04.2007
30.06.2014
15.03.1951
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”15″ year=”1951″ template=”1″]
69.
Fisher, Mary Jo
SA
Liberal
12.06.2007
14.08.2012
25.12.1962
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”25″ year=”1962″ template=”1″]
70.
Hanson-Young, Sarah
SA
Greens
01.07.2008
23.12.1981
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”23″ year=”1981″ template=”1″]
71.
Pratt, Louise
MLC (WA)
WA
WA
ALP
22.05.2001
01.07.2008
02.07.2016
29.10.2007
30.06.2014
18.04.1972
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”18″ year=”1972″ template=”1″]
72.
Cash, Michaelia
WA
Liberal
01.07.2008
19.07.1970
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”19″ year=”1970″ template=”1″]
73.
Kroger, Helen
Vic
Liberal
01.07.2008
30.06.2014
11.03.1959
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”11″ year=”1959″ template=”1″]
74.
Bilyk, Catryna
Tas
ALP
01.07.2008
07.02.1959
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”7″ year=”1959″ template=”1″]
75.
McKenzie, Bridget
Vic
Nationals
01.07.2011
27.12.1969
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”27″ year=”1969″ template=”1″]
76.
Rhiannon, Lee
MLC (NSW)
NSW
Greens
27.03.1999
01.07.2011
19.07.2010
14.08.2018
30.05.1951
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”30″ year=”1951″ template=”1″]
77.
Singh, Lisa
MHA Denison (Tas)
Tas
ALP
18.03.2006
01.07.2011
13.04.2010
30.06.2019
20.02.1972
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”20″ year=”1972″ template=”1″]
78.
Wright, Penny
SA
Greens
01.07.2011
09.09.2015
19.01.1961
[showcurrentage month=”1″ day=”19″ year=”1961″ template=”1″]
79.
Waters, Larissa
Qld
Greens
01.07.2011
06.09.2018
18.07.2017
08.02.1977
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”8″ year=”1977″ template=”1″]
80.
Urquhart, Anne
Tas
ALP
01.07.2011
18.10.1957
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”18″ year=”1957″ template=”1″]
81.
Thorp, Lin
Tas
ALP
20.06.2012
30.06.2014
04.11.1953
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”4″ year=”1953″ template=”1″]
82.
Ruston, Anne
SA
Liberal
05.09.2012
10.06.1963
[showcurrentage month=”6″ day=”10″ year=”1963″ template=”1″]
83.
Lines, Sue
WA
ALP
15.05.2013
15.12.1953
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”15″ year=”1953″ template=”1″]
84.
Peris, Nova
NT
ALP
07.09.2013
09.05.2016
25.02.1971
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”25″ year=”1971″ template=”1″]
85.
O’Neill, Deborah
Robertson (NSW)
NSW
ALP
21.08.2010
13.11.2013
07.09.2013
04.06.1961
[showcurrentage month=”6″ day=”4″ year=”1961″ template=”1″]
86.
Lambie, Jacqui
Tas
PUP/Ind
JLN
01.07.2014
01.07.2019
14.11.2017
26.02.1971
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”26″ year=”1971″ template=”1″]
87.
Reynolds, Linda
WA
Liberal
01.07.2014
16.05.1965
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”16″ year=”1965″ template=”1″]
88.
Rice, Janet
Vic
Greens
01.07.2014
18.11.1960
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”18″ year=”1960″ template=”1″]
89.
Gallagher, Katy
MLA Molonglo (ACT)
ACT
ACT
ALP
20.10.2001
25.03.2015
18.05.2019
23.12.2014
09.05.2018
18.03.1970
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”18″ year=”1970″ template=”1″]
90.
McAllister, Jenny
NSW
ALP
06.05.2015
21.02.1973
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”21″ year=”1973″ template=”1″]
91.
Lindgren, Joanna
Qld
LNP
21.05.2015
02.07.2016
05.11.1969
[showcurrentage month=”11″ day=”5″ year=”1969″ template=”1″]
92.
Hanson, Pauline
Oxley (Qld)
Qld
Independent
One Nation
02.03.1996
02.07.2016
03.10.1998
27.05.1954
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=27″ year=”1954″ template=”1″]
93.
Hume, Jane
Vic
Liberal
02.07.2016
30.04.1971
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”30″ year=”1971″ template=”1″]
94.
Kakoschke-Moore, Skye
SA
NXT
02.07.2016
22.11.2017
19.12.1985
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”19″ year=”1985″ template=”1″]
95.
McCarthy, Malarndirri
NT
ALP
02.07.2016
19.04.1970
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”19″ year=”1970″ template=”1″]
96.
Kitching, Kimberley
Vic
ALP
25.10.2016
10.03.2022
16.02.1970
10.03.2022
52
97.
Gichuhi, Lucy
SA
Ind / Liberal
19.04.2017
30.06.2019
23.09.1962
[showcurrentage month=”9″ day=”23″ year=”1962″ template=”1″]
98.
Keneally, Kristina
MLA Heffron (NSW)
NSW
ALP
22.03.2003
14.02.2018
29.06.2012
19.12.1968
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”19″ year=”1968″ template=”1″]
99.
Stoker, Amanda
Qld
LNP
21.03.2018
30.10.1982
[showcurrentage month=”10″ day=”30″ year=”1982″ template=”1″]
100.
Faruqi, Dr Mehreen
MLC (NSW)
NSW
Greens
19.06.2013
15.08.2018
14.08.2018
08.07.1963
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”8″ year=”1963″ template=”1″]
101.
Askew, Wendy
Tas
Liberal
06.03.2019
16.03.1963
[showcurrentage month=”3″ day=”16″ year=”1963″ template=”1″]
102.
Chandler, Claire
Tas
Liberal
01.07.2019
01.06.1990
[showcurrentage month=”6″ day=”1″ year=”1990″ template=”1″]
103.
Davey, Perin
NSW
Nationals
01.07.2019
05.02.1972
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”5″ year=”1972″ template=”1″]
104.
Green, Nita
Qld
ALP
01.07.2019
23.06.1983
[showcurrentage month=”6″ day=”23″ year=”1983″ template=”1″]
105.
Hughes, Hollie
NSW
Liberal
01.07.2019
12.02.1975
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”12″ year=”1975″ template=”1″]
106.
McDonald, Susan
Qld
LNP/Nationals
01.07.2019
07.02.1970
[showcurrentage month=”2″ day=”7″ year=”1970″ template=”1″]
107.
McMahon, Samantha
NT
CLP/Nationals
01.07.2019
11.12.1967
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”11″ year=”1967″ template=”1″]
108.
Smith, Marielle
SA
ALP
01.07.2019
30.12.1986
[showcurrentage month=”12″ day=”30″ year=”1986″ template=”1″]
109.
Walsh, Jess
Vic
ALP
01.07.2019
16.05.1971
[showcurrentage month=”5″ day=”16″ year=”1971″ template=”1″]
110.
Henderson, Sarah
Corangamite (Vic)
Vic
Liberal
07.09.2013
11.09.2019
18.05.2019
04.04.1964
[showcurrentage month=”4″ day=”4″ year=”1964″ template=”1″]
111.
Thorpe, Lidia
SA
Greens
18.11.2017
04.09.2020
24.11.2018
xx.xx.1973
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”1″ year=”1973″ template=”1″]
112.
Cox, Dorinda
WA
Greens
14.09.2021
xx.xx.1977
[showcurrentage month=”7″ day=”01″ year=”1977″ template=”1″]
113.
Grogan, Karen
SA
ALP
21.09.2021

 

 

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