Bill Lamond

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Bill Lamond
Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
for Wynnum
In office
7 December 1974 – 12 November 1977
Preceded byEdward Harris
Succeeded byEric Shaw
Personal details
William McMillan Lamond

(1920-07-13)13 July 1920
Cloncurry, Queensland, Australia
Died5 July 1990(1990-07-05) (aged 69)
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Political partyNational Party
Spouse(s)Bettina Pye
OccupationReal estate agent

William McMillan Lamond (13 July 1920 - 5 July 1990) was an Australian politician. He was a National Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1974 until 1977, representing the electorate of Wynnum.

Lamond was born in Cloncurry, Queensland, and served in the Royal Australian Air Force for three years. He was a real estate agent before and after his time in parliament, and also served as president of the Wynnum Chamber of Commerce, as a mediator with the Retail Shop Leases Tribunal, and as dispute arbitrator with the . He was appointed Chairman of the Queensland Small Business Corporation by Joh Bjelke-Petersen after leaving parliament, and chaired the National Party's small business policy committee from 1979.[1] He remained active in retirement, assisting in the establishment of the Waterloo Bay 50s and Over Centre.[2]

Lamond died in Brisbane in 1990. Bill Lamond Park in Lota is named in his honour.[3]


  1. ^ Wear, Rae (2002), Johannes Bjelke-Petersen: The Lord's Premier, University of Queensland Press, p. 59, ISBN 0702233048
  2. ^ "Former Members". Parliament of Queensland. 2015. Retrieved 31 January 2015.
  3. ^ "Lota History: Bill Lamond Park & Cox Park". Archived from the original on 30 August 2007. Retrieved 13 June 2012.
Parliament of Queensland
Preceded by
Edward Harris
Member for Wynnum
Succeeded by
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