Members of the Australian Senate, 2019–2022

This is a list of members of the Australian Senate following the 2019 Australian federal election held on 18 May 2019.[1][2] Terms for newly-elected senators representing the Australian states began on 1 July 2019. Terms for senators in the Australian Capital Territory and Northern Territory began on the day of the election, 18 May 2019.[3]

Senator Party State End term Years in office
Hon. Eric Abetz LiberalTasmania20221994–present
Alex Antic LiberalSouth Australia20252019–present
Wendy Askew LiberalTasmania20222019–present
Tim Ayres LaborNew South Wales20252019–present
Cory Bernardi IndependentSouth Australia20222006–present
Catryna Bilyk LaborTasmania20252008–present
Hon. Simon Birmingham LiberalSouth Australia20222007–present
Andrew Bragg LiberalNew South Wales20252019–present
Slade Brockman LiberalWestern Australia20252017–present
Carol Brown LaborTasmania20252005–present
Hon. Matt Canavan Liberal NationalQueensland20222014–present
Hon. Kim Carr LaborVictoria20221993–present
Hon. Michaelia Cash LiberalWestern Australia20222008–present
Claire Chandler LiberalTasmania20252019–present
Anthony Chisholm LaborQueensland20222016–present
Raff Ciccone LaborVictoria20252019–present
Hon. Richard Colbeck LiberalTasmania20252002–2016, 2018–present
Hon. Mathias Cormann LiberalWestern Australia20222007–present
Perin Davey NationalNew South Wales20252019–present
Richard Di Natale GreensVictoria20222011–present
Pat Dodson LaborWestern Australia20252016–present
Hon. Jonathon Duniam LiberalTasmania20222016–present
Hon. Don Farrell LaborSouth Australia20222008–2014, 2016–present
Mehreen Faruqi GreensNew South Wales20252018–present
Hon. David Fawcett LiberalSouth Australia20252011–present
Hon. Concetta Fierravanti-Wells LiberalNew South Wales20222005–present
Hon. Mitch Fifield [lower-alpha 3] LiberalVictoria20222004–2019
Alex Gallacher LaborSouth Australia20252011–present
Katy Gallagher LaborAustralian Capital Territory20222015–2018, 2019–present
Nita Green LaborQueensland20252019–present
Stirling Griff Centre AllianceSouth Australia20222016–present
Pauline Hanson One NationQueensland20222016–present
Sarah Hanson-Young GreensSouth Australia20252008–present
Hon. Sarah Henderson [lower-alpha 3] LiberalVictoria20222019–present
Hollie Hughes LiberalNew South Wales20252019–present
Hon. Jane Hume LiberalVictoria20252016–present
Hon. Kristina Keneally LaborNew South Wales20222018–present
Kimberley Kitching LaborVictoria20222016–present
Jacqui Lambie LambieTasmania20252014–2017, 2019–present
Sue Lines LaborWestern Australia20222013–present
Jenny McAllister LaborNew South Wales20222015–present
Malarndirri McCarthy LaborNorthern Territory20222016–present
Susan McDonald Liberal NationalQueensland20252019–present
Hon. James McGrath Liberal NationalQueensland20222014–present
Hon. Bridget McKenzie NationalVictoria20222011–present
Nick McKim GreensTasmania20252015–present
Sam McMahon CLPNorthern Territory20222019–present
Jim Molan [lower-alpha 4] LiberalNew South Wales20222017-2019, 2019–present
Deborah O'Neill LaborNew South Wales20222013–present
Matt O'Sullivan LiberalWestern Australia20252019–present
James Paterson LiberalVictoria20252016–present
Rex Patrick Centre AllianceSouth Australia20222017–present
Hon. Marise Payne LiberalNew South Wales20221997–present
Helen Polley LaborTasmania20222005–present
Louise Pratt LaborWestern Australia20252008–2014, 2016–present
Gerard Rennick Liberal NationalQueensland20252019–present
Hon. Linda Reynolds CSC LiberalWestern Australia20252014–present
Janet Rice GreensVictoria20252014–present
Malcolm Roberts One NationQueensland20252016–2017, 2019–present
Hon. Anne Ruston LiberalSouth Australia20252012–present
Hon. Scott Ryan LiberalVictoria20222008–present
Paul Scarr Liberal NationalQueensland20252019–present
Hon. Zed Seselja LiberalAustralian Capital Territory20222013–present
Tony Sheldon LaborNew South Wales20252019–present
Rachel Siewert GreensWestern Australia20222005–present
Hon. Arthur Sinodinos AO [lower-alpha 4] LiberalNew South Wales20222011–2019
Dean Smith LiberalWestern Australia20222012–present
Marielle Smith LaborSouth Australia20252019–present
Jordon Steele-John GreensWestern Australia20252017–present
Glenn Sterle LaborWestern Australia20222005–present
Amanda Stoker Liberal NationalQueensland20222018–present
Anne Urquhart LaborTasmania20222011–present
David Van LiberalVictoria20252019–present
Jess Walsh LaborVictoria20252019–present
Larissa Waters GreensQueensland20252011–2017, 2018–present
Murray Watt LaborQueensland20222016–present
Peter Whish-Wilson GreensTasmania20222012–present
Hon. Penny Wong LaborSouth Australia20222002–present

Government (35)
     Liberal (26)
     Liberal National (6)[lower-alpha 1]
     National (2)
     Country Liberal (1)[lower-alpha 2]

Opposition (26)
     Labor (26)

Crossbench (15)
     Greens (9)
     Centre Alliance (2)
     Jacqui Lambie (1)
     Independent (1)
     One Nation (2)



    1. Four Liberal National Party of Queensland (LNP) senators sit in the Liberals party room, while two senators sit in the Nationals party room.
    2. Sits in the Nationals party room.
    3. Mitch Fifield resigned from the Senate on 16 August 2019 to become Permanent Representative of Australia to the United Nations. Former MP Sarah Henderson was appointed to fill the vacancy on 11 September 2019.
    4. Arthur Sinodinos resigned from the Senate on 11 November 2019 to become Australian Ambassador to the United States. Former Liberal Senator Jim Molan was appointed to fill the vacancy on 14 November 2019.


    1. "Senate candidates". AEC Tally Room. Australian Electoral Commission. Retrieved 19 June 2019.
    2. "All Senators". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 19 June 2019.
    3. "Senators—service expiry dates". Parliament of Australia. Retrieved 19 June 2019.
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