Members of the Australian House of Representatives, 2019–2022

This is a list of members of the House of Representatives of the 46th Parliament of Australia (2019–2022).[1]

Member Party Electorate State Years in office
Hon. Anthony Albanese LaborGrayndlerNSW1996–present
John Alexander OAM LiberalBennelongNSW
  • 2010–2017;
  • 2017–present
Katie Allen LiberalHigginsVic2019–present
Anne Aly LaborCowanWA2016–present
Hon. Karen Andrews Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]McPhersonQld2010–present
Hon. Kevin Andrews LiberalMenziesVic1991–present
Bridget Archer LiberalBassTas2019–present
Adam Bandt GreensMelbourneVic2010–present
Angie Bell Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]MoncrieffQld2019–present
Hon. Sharon Bird LaborCunninghamNSW2004–present
Hon Chris Bowen LaborMcMahonNSW2004–present
Russell Broadbent LiberalMonashVic
  • 1990–1993;
  • 1996–1998;
  • 2004–present
Hon Scott Buchholz Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]WrightQld2010–present
Hon Tony Burke LaborWatsonNSW2004–present
Hon Linda Burney LaborBartonNSW2016–present
Josh Burns LaborMacnamaraVic2019–present
Hon Mark Butler LaborHindmarshSA2007–present
Terri Butler LaborGriffithQld2014–present
Hon Anthony Byrne LaborHoltVic1999–present
Jim Chalmers LaborRankinQld2013–present
Nick Champion LaborSpenceSA2007–present
Hon Darren Chester NationalGippslandVic2008–present
Lisa Chesters LaborBendigoVic2013–present
George Christensen Liberal National [lower-alpha 2]DawsonQld2010–present
Hon Jason Clare LaborBlaxlandNSW2007–present
Sharon Claydon LaborNewcastleNSW2013–present
Libby Coker LaborCorangamiteVic2019–present
Hon David Coleman LiberalBanksNSW2013–present
Hon Julie Collins LaborFranklinTas2007–present
Pat Conaghan NationalCowperNSW2019–present
Vince Connelly LiberalStirlingWA2019–present
Pat Conroy LaborShortlandNSW2013–present
Hon Mark Coulton NationalParkesNSW2007–present
Milton Dick LaborOxleyQld2016–present
Hon Mark Dreyfus QC LaborIsaacsVic2007–present
Hon Damian Drum NationalNichollsVic2016–present
Hon Peter Dutton Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]DicksonQld2001–present
Hon Justine Elliot LaborRichmondNSW2004–present
Hon Warren Entsch Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]LeichhardtQld
  • 1996–2007;
  • 2010–present
Hon Trevor Evans Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]BrisbaneQld2016–present
Jason Falinski LiberalMackellarNSW2016–present
Hon Joel Fitzgibbon LaborHunterNSW1996–present
Hon Paul Fletcher LiberalBradfieldNSW2009–present
Nicolle Flint LiberalBoothbySA2016–present
Mike Freelander LaborMacarthurNSW2016–present
Hon Josh Frydenberg LiberalKooyongVic2010–present
Andrew Gee NationalCalareNSW2016–present
Steve Georganas LaborAdelaideSA
  • 2004–2013;
  • 2016–present
Andrew Giles LaborScullinVic2013–present
David Gillespie NationalLyneNSW2013–present
Ian Goodenough LiberalMooreWA2013–present
Patrick Gorman LaborPerthWA2018–present
Luke Gosling OAM LaborSolomonNT2016–present
Helen Haines IndependentIndiVic2019–present
Garth Hamilton [lower-alpha 3] Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]GroomQld2020–present
Celia Hammond LiberalCurtinWA2019–present
Andrew Hastie LiberalCanningWA2015–present
Hon Alex Hawke LiberalMitchellNSW2007–present
Chris Hayes LaborFowlerNSW2005–present
Julian Hill LaborBruceVic2016–present
Kevin Hogan NationalPageNSW2013–present
Hon Luke Howarth Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]PetrieQld2013–present
Hon Greg Hunt LiberalFlindersVic2001–present
Hon Ed Husic LaborChifleyNSW2010–present
Hon Steve Irons LiberalSwanWA2007–present
Stephen Jones LaborWhitlamNSW2010–present
Hon Barnaby Joyce NationalNew EnglandNSW
  • 2013–2017;
  • 2017–present
Hon Bob Katter Katter's AustralianKennedyQld1993–present
Ged Kearney LaborCooperVic2018–present
Craig Kelly LiberalHughesNSW2010–present
Hon Mike Kelly AM [lower-alpha 4] LaborEden-MonaroNSW
  • 2007–2013;
  • 2016–2020
Matt Keogh LaborBurtWA2016–present
Peter Khalil LaborWillsVic2016–present
Hon Catherine King LaborBallaratVic2001–present
Madeleine King LaborBrandWA2016–present
Andrew Laming Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]BowmanQld2004–present
Hon Michelle Landry Liberal National [lower-alpha 2]CapricorniaQld2013–present
Julian Leeser LiberalBerowraNSW2016–present
Hon Andrew Leigh LaborFennerACT2010–present
Hon Sussan Ley LiberalFarrerNSW2001–present
Hon David Littleproud Liberal National [lower-alpha 2]MaranoaQld2016–present
Gladys Liu LiberalChisholmVic2019–present
Hon Nola Marino LiberalForrestWA2007–present
Hon Richard Marles LaborCorioVic2007–present
Fiona Martin LiberalReidNSW2019–present
Kristy McBain [lower-alpha 4] LaborEden-MonaroNSW2020–present
Emma McBride LaborDobellNSW2016–present
Hon Michael McCormack NationalRiverinaNSW2010–present
Melissa McIntosh LiberalLindsayNSW2019–present
Hon John McVeigh [lower-alpha 3] Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]GroomQld2016–2020
Brian Mitchell LaborLyonsTas2016–present
Rob Mitchell LaborMcEwenVic2010–present
Hon Scott Morrison LiberalCookNSW2007–present
Hon Ben Morton LiberalTangneyWA2016–present
Daniel Mulino LaborFraserVic2019–present
Peta Murphy LaborDunkleyVic2019–present
Hon Shayne Neumann LaborBlairQld2007–present
Llew O'Brien Liberal National [lower-alpha 5]Wide BayQld2016–present
Ted O'Brien Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]FairfaxQld2016–present
Hon Brendan O'Connor LaborGortonVic2001–present
Ken O'Dowd Liberal National [lower-alpha 2]FlynnQld2010–present
Clare O'Neil LaborHothamVic2013–present
Julie Owens LaborParramattaNSW2004–present
Tony Pasin LiberalBarkerSA2013–present
Alicia Payne LaborCanberraACT2019–present
Gavin Pearce LiberalBraddonTas2019–present
Graham Perrett LaborMoretonQld2007–present
Fiona Phillips LaborGilmoreNSW2019–present
Hon Keith Pitt Liberal National [lower-alpha 2]HinklerQld2013–present
Hon Tanya Plibersek LaborSydneyNSW1998–present
Hon Christian Porter LiberalPearceWA2013–present
Hon Melissa Price LiberalDurackWA2013–present
Rowan Ramsey LiberalGreySA2007–present
Hon Amanda Rishworth LaborKingstonSA2007–present
Hon Stuart Robert Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]FaddenQld2007–present
Michelle Rowland LaborGreenwayNSW2010–present
Joanne Ryan LaborLalorVic2013–present
Rebekha Sharkie Centre AllianceMayoSA
  • 2016–2018;
  • 2018–present
Dave Sharma LiberalWentworthNSW2019–present
Hon Bill Shorten LaborMaribyrnongVic2007–present
Julian Simmonds Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]RyanQld2019–present
David Smith LaborBeanACT2019–present
Hon Tony Smith LiberalCaseyVic2001–present
Hon Warren Snowdon LaborLingiariNT
  • 1987–1996;
  • 1998–present
Anne Stanley LaborWerriwaNSW2016–present
Zali Steggall OAM IndependentWarringahNSW2019–present
James Stevens LiberalSturtSA2019–present
Hon Michael Sukkar LiberalDeakinVic2013–present
Meryl Swanson LaborPatersonNSW2016–present
Hon Angus Taylor LiberalHumeNSW2013–present
Hon Dan Tehan LiberalWannonVic2010–present
Susan Templeman LaborMacquarieNSW2016–present
Hon Matt Thistlethwaite LaborKingsford SmithNSW2013–present
Phillip Thompson OAM Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]HerbertQld2019–present
Kate Thwaites LaborJagajagaVic2019–present
Hon Alan Tudge LiberalAstonVic2010–present
Maria Vamvakinou LaborCalwellVic2001–present
Bert van Manen Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]FordeQld2010–present
Ross Vasta Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]BonnerQld
  • 2004–2007;
  • 2010–present
Andrew Wallace Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]FisherQld2016–present
Tim Watts LaborGellibrandVic2013–present
Anne Webster NationalMalleeVic2019–present
Anika Wells LaborLilleyQld2019–present
Lucy Wicks LiberalRobertsonNSW2013–present
Andrew Wilkie IndependentClarkTas2010–present
Josh Wilson LaborFremantleWA
  • 2016–2018;
  • 2018–present
Rick Wilson LiberalO'ConnorWA2013–present
Tim Wilson LiberalGoldsteinVic2016–present
Hon Jason Wood LiberalLa TrobeVic
  • 2004–2010;
  • 2013–present
Hon Ken Wyatt AM LiberalHasluckWA2010–present
Terry Young Liberal National [lower-alpha 1]LongmanQld2019–present
Tony Zappia LaborMakinSA2007–present
Trent Zimmerman LiberalNorth SydneyNSW2015–present

Composition (current)

Government (77)
  Liberal (61)[lower-alpha 1]
  National (16)[lower-alpha 2]

Opposition (68)
  Labor (68)

Crossbench (6)
  Greens (1)
  KAP (1)
  Centre Alliance (1)
  Independent (3)[lower-alpha 3]

  1. Including 17 Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) MPs who sit in the Liberals party room
  2. Including 6 Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) MPs who sit in the Nationals party room
  3. Current independent MPs: Andrew Wilkie (Clark), Helen Haines (Indi), Zali Steggall (Warringah)
Composition (May 2019)


  1. Member of the LNP who sits with the Liberal Party.
  2. Member of the LNP who sits with the National Party.
  3. John McVeigh, the LNP MP for Groom, resigned on 18 September 2020. LNP candidate Garth Hamilton won the resulting by-election on 28 November 2020.
  4. Mike Kelly, the Labor MP for Eden-Monaro, resigned on 30 April 2020. Labor candidate Kristy McBain won the resulting by-election on 4 July 2020.
  5. Member of the LNP who sits with the National Party. Between 10 February and 7 December 2020, he sat in neither the National nor Liberal party rooms, and sat as an LNP member with the government.


  1. "Federal Election 2019 Results". ABC Elections. Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
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