Members of the New South Wales Legislative Council, 1967–1970
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This is a list of members of the New South Wales Legislative Council from 1967 to 1970. At this time the Council was not directly elected, but was chosen by a joint sitting of the New South Wales Parliament.
|Name||Party||Years in office|
|Alexander Alam||ALP||1925–1958, 1963–1973|
|Alexander Armstrong 5||Country||1952–1969|
|Norman Boland||Independent Labor||1966–1970|
|Arthur Bridges 4||Liberal||1946–1968|
|Roger de Bryon-Faes||Liberal||1961–1981|
|Sir Harry Budd||Country||1946–1978|
|Cyril Cahill||Independent Labor||1949–1977|
|John Carter 3||Country||1955–1968|
|Leo Connellan 7||Country||1969–1970, 1970–1981|
|Jack Crawford 8||Country||1970–1970|
|Dick Evans 6||Liberal||1969–1978|
|Herbert FitzSimons 8||Country||1955–1970|
|Harry Gardiner||Independent Labor||1960–1974|
|Thomas Gleeson||Independent Labor||1946–1975|
|Reginald Jackson 7||ALP||1950–1969|
|Sir Asher Joel||Country||1958–1978|
|Jim Kenny 2||ALP||1948–1967|
|John Kenny||Independent Labor||1955–1970|
|Richmond Manyweathers 3||Country||1968–1978|
|Hubert O'Connell 2||Independent Labor||1967–1971|
|Anne Press||Independent Labor/Liberal 1||1959–1978|
|Bernard Riley 4||Liberal||1968–1973|
|Lawrence Schofield 6||ALP||1967–1969|
|Adrian Solomons 5||Country||1969–1991|
|Sir Edward Warren||Liberal||1955–1978|
|Ernest Gerard Wright||ALP||1943–1973|
- 1 Independent Labor MLC Anne Press joined the Liberal Party on 13 August 1967.
- 2 Labor MLC Jim Kenny died on 12 October 1967. Independent Labor candidate Hubert O'Connell was elected as his replacement on 16 November 1967.
- 3 Country MLC John Carter resigned on 18 March 1968. Country candidate Richmond Manyweathers was elected as his replacement on 11 April 1968.
- 4 Liberal MLC Arthur Bridges died on 22 May 1968. Liberal candidate Bernard Riley was elected as his replacement on 29 August 1968.
- 5 Country MLC Alexander Armstrong was expelled on 25 February 1969. Country candidate Adrian Solomons was elected as his replacement on 12 March 1969.
- 6 Labor MLC Lawrence Schofield died on 14 June 1969. Liberal candidate Dick Evans was elected as his replacement on 28 August 1969.
- 7 Labor MLC Reginald Jackson died on 16 August 1969. Country candidate Leo Connellan was elected as his replacement on 5 September 1969.
- 8 Country MLC Herbert FitzSimons died on 31 January 1970. Country candidate Jack Crawford was elected as his replacement on 25 February 1970.