Division of Fraser (Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly)


The division of Fraser was one of the two electorates of the unicameral Australian Capital Territory House of Assembly. It elected 9 members in 1975 and 1979, and 8 members in 1982. It was named for Jim Fraser, who was the Member for Australian Capital Territory from 1951 to 1970. It encompassed the northern suburbs of Canberra, including the districts of Belconnen, Gungahlin, North Canberra and also the Jervis Bay Territory.[1]

Members


Year Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member Member
1975   Peter Vallee
(Labor)
  Susan Ryan
(Labor)
  Fred McCauley
(Independent)
  Ivor Vivian
(Australia/
Democrats)
  Allan Fraser
(Independent)
  Harold Hird
(Independent)
  Trevor Kaine
(Liberal)
  Warren Lennon
(Liberal)
  Greg Cornwell
(Liberal)
1976   John Clements
(Labor)
1977   Ron Bell
(Liberal)
1978   Bill Pye
(Independent)
1979   Peter Christie
(Labor)
  Marc Robinson
(Labor)
  Don Webb
(Liberal)
1982  
1982   Sue Craven
(Labor)
  Barry Reid
(Labor)
8 seats
1982-1986
  Bev Cains
(Family Team)
  Trevor Kaine
(Liberal)

References


  1. Grundy, Philip (1996). Reluctant democrats: the transition to self-government in the Australian Capital Territory. Federal Capital Press.