Liste der Mitglieder des australischen Repräsentantenhauses (2001–2004)

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Dies ist die Liste der Abgeordneten des australischen Repräsentantenhauses zwischen 2001 und 2004. Insgesamt wurden 150 Mitglieder bei den Parlamentswahlen 2001 für das Unterhaus gewählt. Die nationalliberale Koalition aus der Nationalen Partei Australiens, der Liberal Party of Australia und der Country Liberal Party bildeten mit 82 Sitzen die Mehrheit.

Mitglied Partei Wahlkreis Bundesstaat
bzw. Territorium
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Tony Abbott Liberal Party of Australia Warringah New South Wales 1994–
Dick Adams Australian Labor Party Lyons Tasmanien 1993–
Anthony Albanese Australian Labor Party Grayndler New South Wales 1996–
John Anderson Nationale Partei Australiens Gwydir New South Wales 1989–2007
Peter Andren parteilos Calare New South Wales 1996–2007
Neil Andrew Liberal Party of Australia Wakefield South Australia 1983–2004
Kevin Andrews Liberal Party of Australia Menzies Victoria 1991–
Larry Anthony Nationale Partei Australiens Richmond New South Wales 1996–2004
Fran Bailey Liberal Party of Australia McEwen Victoria 1990–1993, 1996–2010
Phil Barresi Liberal Party of Australia Deakin Victoria 1996–2007
Bruce Baird Liberal Party of Australia Cook New South Wales 1998–2007
Bob Baldwin Liberal Party of Australia Paterson New South Wales 1996–1998, 2001–
Kerry Bartlett Liberal Party of Australia Macquarie New South Wales 1996–2007
Kim Beazley Australian Labor Party Brand Western Australia 1980–2007
Arch Bevis Australian Labor Party Brisbane Queensland 1990–2010
Bruce Billson Liberal Party of Australia Dunkley Victoria 1996–
Bronwyn Bishop Liberal Party of Australia Mackellar New South Wales 1994–
Julie Bishop Liberal Party of Australia Curtin Western Australia 1998–
Laurie Brereton Australian Labor Party Kingsford Smith New South Wales 1990–2004
Mal Brough Liberal Party of Australia Longman Queensland 1996–2007
Anna Burke Australian Labor Party Chisholm Victoria 1998–
Anthony Byrne Australian Labor Party Holt Victoria 1999–
Alan Cadman Liberal Party of Australia Mitchell New South Wales 1974–2007
Ross Cameron Liberal Party of Australia Parramatta New South Wales 1996–2004
Ian Causley Nationale Partei Australiens Page New South Wales 1996–2007
Bob Charles Liberal Party of Australia La Trobe Victoria 1990–2004
Steven Ciobo Liberal Party of Australia Moncrieff Queensland 2001–
John Cobb Nationale Partei Australiens Parkes New South Wales 2001–
Ann Corcoran Australian Labor Party Isaacs Victoria 2000–2007
Peter Costello Liberal Party of Australia Higgins Victoria 1990–2009
David Cox Australian Labor Party Kingston South Australia 1998–2004
Simon Crean Australian Labor Party Hotham Victoria 1990–
Janice Crosio Australian Labor Party Prospect New South Wales 1990–2004
Michael Danby Australian Labor Party Melbourne Ports Victoria 1998–
Alexander Downer Liberal Party of Australia Mayo South Australia 1984–2008
Trish Draper Liberal Party of Australia Makin South Australia 1996–2007
Peter Dutton Liberal Party of Australia Dickson Queensland 2001–
Graham Edwards Australian Labor Party Cowan Western Australia 1998–2007
Annette Ellis Australian Labor Party Canberra Australian Capital Territory 1996–2010
Kay Elson Liberal Party of Australia Forde Queensland 1996–2007
Craig Emerson Australian Labor Party Rankin Queensland 1998–
Warren Entsch Liberal Party of Australia Leichhardt Queensland 1996–2007, 2010–
Martyn Evans Australian Labor Party Bonython South Australia 1994–2004
Pat Farmer Liberal Party of Australia Macarthur New South Wales 2001–2010
Laurie Ferguson Australian Labor Party Reid New South Wales 1990–
Martin Ferguson Australian Labor Party Batman Victoria 1996–
Joel Fitzgibbon Australian Labor Party Hunter New South Wales 1996–
John Forrest Nationale Partei Australiens Mallee Victoria 1993–
Christine Gallus Liberal Party of Australia Hindmarsh South Australia 1990–2004
Teresa Gambaro Liberal Party of Australia Petrie Queensland 1996–2007, 2010–
Joanna Gash Liberal Party of Australia Gilmore New South Wales 1996–
Jennie George Australian Labor Party Throsby New South Wales 2001–2010
Petro Georgiou Liberal Party of Australia Kooyong Victoria 1994–2010
Steve Gibbons Australian Labor Party Bendigo Victoria 1998–
Julia Gillard Australian Labor Party Lalor Victoria 1998–
Sharon Grierson Australian Labor Party Newcastle New South Wales 2001–
Alan Griffin Australian Labor Party Bruce Victoria 1993–
Barry Haase Liberal Party of Australia Kalgoorlie Western Australia 1998–
Jill Hall Australian Labor Party Shortland New South Wales 1998–
Gary Hardgrave Liberal Party of Australia Moreton Queensland 1996–2007
Luke Hartsuyker Nationale Partei Australiens Cowper New South Wales 2001–
Michael Hatton Australian Labor Party Blaxland New South Wales 1996–2007
David Hawker Liberal Party of Australia Wannon Victoria 1983–2010
Kelly Hoare Australian Labor Party Charlton New South Wales 1998–2007
Joe Hockey Liberal Party of Australia North Sydney New South Wales 1996–
John Howard Liberal Party of Australia Bennelong New South Wales 1974–2007
Kay Hull Nationale Partei Australiens Riverina New South Wales 1998–2010
Greg Hunt Liberal Party of Australia Flinders Victoria 2001–
Julia Irwin Australian Labor Party Fowler New South Wales 1998–2010
Sharryn Jackson Australian Labor Party Hasluck Western Australia 2001–2004, 2007–2010
Harry Jenkins Australian Labor Party Scullin Victoria 1986–
Michael Johnson Liberal Party of Australia Ryan Queensland 2001–2010
David Jull Liberal Party of Australia Fadden Queensland 1975–1983, 1984–2007
Bob Katter parteilos Kennedy Queensland 1993–
De-Anne Kelly Nationale Partei Australiens Dawson Queensland 1996–2007
Jackie Kelly Liberal Party of Australia Lindsay New South Wales 1996–2007
David Kemp Liberal Party of Australia Goldstein Victoria 1990–2004
Duncan Kerr Australian Labor Party Denison Tasmanien 1987–2010
Catherine King Australian Labor Party Ballarat Victoria 2001–
Peter King Liberal Party of Australia/parteilos Wentworth New South Wales 2001–2004
Mark Latham Australian Labor Party Werriwa New South Wales 1994–2005
Carmen Lawrence Australian Labor Party Fremantle Western Australia 1994–2007
Sussan Ley Liberal Party of Australia Farrer New South Wales 2001–
Peter Lindsay Liberal Party of Australia Herbert Queensland 1996–2010
Kirsten Livermore Australian Labor Party Capricornia Queensland 1998–
Jim Lloyd Liberal Party of Australia Robertson New South Wales 1996–2007
Stewart McArthur Liberal Party of Australia Corangamite Victoria 1984–2007
Robert McClelland Australian Labor Party Barton New South Wales 1996–
Ian Macfarlane Liberal Party of Australia Groom Queensland 1998–
Jann McFarlane Australian Labor Party Stirling Western Australia 1998–2004
Peter McGauran Nationale Partei Australiens Gippsland Victoria 1983–2008
Leo McLeay Australian Labor Party Watson New South Wales 1979–2004
Bob McMullan Australian Labor Party Fraser Australian Capital Territory 1996–2010
Jenny Macklin Australian Labor Party Jagajaga Victoria 1996–
Stephen Martin1 Australian Labor Party Cunningham New South Wales 1984–2002
Margaret May Liberal Party of Australia McPherson Queensland 1998–2010
Daryl Melham Australian Labor Party Banks New South Wales 1990–
Frank Mossfield Australian Labor Party Greenway New South Wales 1996–2004
Judi Moylan Liberal Party of Australia Pearce Western Australia 1993–
John Murphy Australian Labor Party Lowe New South Wales 1998–
Gary Nairn Liberal Party of Australia Eden-Monaro New South Wales 1996–2007
Brendan Nelson Liberal Party of Australia Bradfield New South Wales 1996–2009
Paul Neville Nationale Partei Australiens Hinkler Queensland 1993–
Michelle O'Byrne Australian Labor Party Bass Tasmanien 1998–2004
Brendan O'Connor Australian Labor Party Burke Victoria 2001–
Gavan O'Connor Australian Labor Party Corio Victoria 1993–2007
Michael Organ1 Australian Greens Cunningham New South Wales 2002–2004
Sophie Panopoulos Liberal Party of Australia Indi Victoria 2001–
Chris Pearce Liberal Party of Australia Aston Victoria 2001–2010
Tanya Plibersek Australian Labor Party Sydney New South Wales 1998–
Roger Price Australian Labor Party Chifley New South Wales 1984–2010
Geoff Prosser Liberal Party of Australia Forrest Western Australia 1987–2007
Christopher Pyne Liberal Party of Australia Sturt South Australia 1993–
Harry Quick Australian Labor Party Franklin Tasmanien 1993–2007
Don Randall Liberal Party of Australia Canning Western Australia 1996–1998, 2001–
Bernie Ripoll Australian Labor Party Oxley Queensland 1998–
Nicola Roxon Australian Labor Party Gellibrand Victoria 1998–
Kevin Rudd Australian Labor Party Griffith Queensland 1998–
Philip Ruddock Liberal Party of Australia Berowra New South Wales 1973–
Rod Sawford Australian Labor Party Port Adelaide South Australia 1988–2007
Alby Schultz Liberal Party of Australia Hume New South Wales 1998–
Con Sciacca Australian Labor Party Bowman Queensland 1987–1996, 1998–2004
Bruce Scott Nationale Partei Australiens Maranoa Queensland 1990–
Patrick Secker Liberal Party of Australia Barker South Australia 1998–
Bob Sercombe Australian Labor Party Maribyrnong Victoria 1996–2007
Sid Sidebottom Australian Labor Party Braddon Tasmanien 1998–2004, 2007–
Peter Slipper Liberal Party of Australia Fisher Queensland 1984–1987, 1993–
Stephen Smith Australian Labor Party Perth Western Australia 1993–
Tony Smith Liberal Party of Australia Casey Victoria 2001–
Warren Snowdon Australian Labor Party Lingiari Northern Territory 1987–1996, 1998–
Alex Somlyay Liberal Party of Australia Fairfax Queensland 1990–
Andrew Southcott Liberal Party of Australia Boothby South Australia 1996–
Sharman Stone Liberal Party of Australia Murray Victoria 1996–
Wayne Swan Australian Labor Party Lilley Queensland 1993–1996, 1998–
Lindsay Tanner Australian Labor Party Melbourne Victoria 1993–2010
Cameron Thompson Liberal Party of Australia Blair Queensland 1998–2007
Kelvin Thomson Australian Labor Party Wills Victoria 1996–
Ken Ticehurst Liberal Party of Australia Dobell New South Wales 2001–2007
Dave Tollner Country Liberal Party Solomon Northern Territory 2001–2007
Warren Truss Nationale Partei Australiens Wide Bay Queensland 1990–
Wilson Tuckey Liberal Party of Australia O'Connor Western Australia 1980–2010
Mark Vaile Nationale Partei Australiens Lyne New South Wales 1993–2008
Danna Vale Liberal Party of Australia Hughes New South Wales 1996–2010
Maria Vamvakinou Australian Labor Party Calwell Victoria 2001–
Barry Wakelin Liberal Party of Australia Grey South Australia 1993–2007
Mal Washer Liberal Party of Australia Moore Western Australia 1998–
Kim Wilkie Australian Labor Party Swan Western Australia 1998–2007
Daryl Williams Liberal Party of Australia Tangney Western Australia 1993–2004
Tony Windsor parteilos New England New South Wales 2001–
Trish Worth Liberal Party of Australia Adelaide South Australia 1996–2004
Christian Zahra Australian Labor Party McMillan Victoria 1998–2004
1 Stephen Martin (Australian Labor Party) trat am 16. August 2002 zurück. Die dadurch resultierende Nachwahl am 19. Oktober 2002 in Cunningham gewann Michael Organ (Australian Greens).