Members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly, 1983–1987

This is a list of members of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 1983 to 1987.

Name Party Electorate Years in office
Neil Bell | LaborMacDonnell1981–1997
Bob Collins | LaborArafura1977–1987
Denis Collins | Country LiberalAlice Springs1980–1994
Hon Barry Coulter | Country LiberalBerrimah1983–1999
Hon Don Dale | Country LiberalWanguri1983–1989
Hon Nick Dondas | Country LiberalCasuarina1974–1994
Brian Ede | LaborStuart1983–1996
Paul Everingham [1] | Country LiberalJingili1974–1984
Fred Finch | Country LiberalWagaman1983–1997
Col Firmin | Country LiberalLudmilla1983–1990
Hon Ray Hanrahan | Country LiberalFlynn1983–1988
Hon Tom Harris | Country LiberalPort Darwin1977–1990
Hon Stephen Hatton | Country LiberalNightcliff1983–2001
Wes Lanhupuy | LaborArnhem1983–1995
Dan Leo | LaborNhulunbuy1980–1990
Hon Daryl Manzie | Country LiberalSanderson1983–2001
Hon Terry McCarthy | Country LiberalVictoria River1983–2001
Noel Padgham-Purich | Country LiberalKoolpinyah1977–1997
Mick Palmer | Country LiberalLeanyer1983–2001
Marshall Perron | Country LiberalFannie Bay1974–1995
Eric Poole [2] | Country LiberalAraluen1986–2001
Jim Robertson [2] | Country LiberalAraluen1974–1986
Rick Setter [1] | Country LiberalJingili1984–1997
Terry Smith | LaborMillner1981–1991
Roger Steele | Country LiberalElsey1974–1987
Ian Tuxworth | Country Liberal [3]Barkly1974–1990
Roger Vale | Country LiberalBraitling1974–1994
1 CLP member Paul Everingham resigned on 22 October 1984 to contest the House of Representatives seat of Northern Territory; CLP candidate Rick Setter won the resulting by-election on 15 December 1984.
2 CLP member Jim Robertson resigned on 27 March 1986; CLP candidate Eric Poole won the resulting by-election on 19 April 1986.
3 CLP member Ian Tuxworth was sacked from the Country Liberal Party on 9 December 1986. He spent two weeks as an independent member before announcing on 23 December that he would be joining the new Northern Territory Nationals party and serving as their leader.