Australian State Premiers – NSW


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New South Wales State Premier.

The new Premier of New South Wales, Dominic Perrottet, from 5th October 2021, is the 46th Premier of New South Wales.

He was born in New South Wales in 1982. He became Premier on 5th October 2021 following the resignation of Gladys Berejiklian.

Premier Party From To
Dominic Perrottet Lib 5 Oct 2021
Gladys Berejiklian Lib 23 Jan 2017 Oct 2021
Michael Bruce Baird Lib 17 Apr 2014 23 Jan 2017
Barry Robert O’Farrell Lib 28 Mar 2011 17 Apr 2014
Kristina Keneally ALP 4 Dec 2009 28 Mar 2011
Nathan Rees ALP 05 Sep 2008 04 Dec 2009
Morris Iemma ALP 03 Aug 2005 05 Sep 2008
Robert Carr ALP 04.Apr 1995 03 Aug 2005
John Fahey LIB 24 Jun 1992 04 Apr 1995
Nicholas Greiner LIB 25 Mar 1988 24 Jun 1992
Barrie Unsworth ALP 04 Jul 1986 25 Mar 1988
Neville Wran ALP 14 May 1976 04 July 1986
Eric Willis LIB 23 Jan 1976 14 May 1976
Thomas Lewis LIB 03 Jan 1975 23 Jan 1976
Robin (Robert) Askin LIB 13 May 1965 03 Jan 1975
John Renshaw ALP 30 Apr 1964 13 May 1965
Robert Heffron ALP 28 Oct 1959 30 Apr 1964
John Joseph Cahill ALP 03 Apr 1952 22 Oct 1959
James Mcgirr ALP 06 Feb 1947 02 Apr 1952
William Mckell ALP 16 May 1941 06 Feb 1947
Alexander Mair UAP 05 Aug 1939 16 May 1941
Bertram Stevens UAP 16.May 1932 05 Aug 1939
John Lang 04 Nov 1930 13 May 1932
Thomas Bavin 18 Oct 1927 03 Nov 1930
John Thomas Lang 17 Jun 1925 18 Oct 1927
George Fuller 13 Apr 1922 17 Jun 1925
James Dooley 20 Dec 1921 13 Apr 1922
George Fuller 20 Dec 1921 20 Dec 1921
James Dooley 10 Oct 1921 20 Dec 1921
John Storey 13 Apr 1920 10 Oct 1921
William Holman 30 Jun 1913 12 Apr 1920
James Mcgowen 21 Oct 1910 29 Jun 1913
Charles Wade 02 Oct 1907 20 Oct 1910
Joseph Carruthers 30 Aug 1904 01 Oct 1907
Thomas Waddell 15 Jun 1904 29 Aug 1904
John See 28 Mar 1901 14 Jun 1904
William Lyne 14 Sep 1899 27 Mar 1901
George Reid 3 Aug 1894 13 Sep 1899
George Dibbs 23 Oct 1891 2 Aug 1894
Henry Parkes 8 Mar 1889 22 Oct 1891
George Dibbs 17 Jan 1889 7 Mar 1889
Henry Parkes 20 Jan 1887 16 Jan 1889
Patrick Jennings 26 Feb 1886 19 Jan 1887
John Robertson 22 Dec 1885 25 Feb 1886
George Dibbs 7 Oct 1885 21 Dec 1885
Alexander Stuart 5 Jan 1883 6 Oct 1885
Henry Parkes 21 Dec 1878 4 Jan 1883
James Farnell 18 Dec 1877 20 Dec 1878
John Robertson 17 Aug 1877 17 Dec 1877
Henry Parkes 22 Mar 1877 16 Aug 1877
John Robertson 9 Feb 1875 21 Mar 1877
Henry Parkes 14 May 1872 8 Feb 1875
James Martin 16 Dec 1870 13 May 1872
Charles Cowper 13 Jan 1870 15 Dec 1870
John Robertson 27 Oct 1868 12 Jan 1870
James Martin 22 Jan 1866 2 Oct 1868
Charles Cowper 3 Feb 1865 21 Jan 1866
James Martin 16 Oct 1863 2 Feb 1865
Charles Cowper 10 Jan 1861 15 Oct 1863
John Robertson 9 Mar 1860 9 Jan 1861
William Forster 27 Oct 1859 8 Mar 1860
Charles Cowper 7 Sep 1857 26 Oct 1859
Henry Watson Parker 3 Oct 1856 7 Sep 1857
Charles Cowper 26 Jun 1856 2 Oct 1856
Stuart Donaldson 6 Jun 1856 25 Aug 1856

 

Gladys Berejiklian was the 45th Premier of New South Wales. She was born in Sydney. She became Premier on 23 January 2017 following the resignation of Mike Baird. She resigned in October 2021 following Independent Commission Against Corruption allegations.

Michael Bruce Baird was the 44th Premier of New South Wales. He became Premier following Barry O’Farrell’s resignation. He formally resigned on 23 January 2017, due to personal family health issues.

Barry Robert O’Farrell was the 43rd Premier of New South Wales. He became Premier in a landslide at the 2011 election. He was born in Melbourne. On 16th April 2014 he announced his intention to resign after misleading a New South Wales Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) investigation.


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Kristina Keneally was the 42nd Premier of New South Wales. She was born in Las Vegas, United States, to an American Father and an Australian Mother. She migrated to Australia in 1994, became a naturalised Australian in 2000. She lost the 2011 State election.

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