Greg Smith has held Epping since 2007, and is retiring in 2015. He holds Epping by a 27.5% margin.
Northern Tablelands was held by independent MP Richard Torbay from 1999 until his resignation in 2013, when the seat was won by Nationals candidate Adam Marshall.
Daryl Maguire has held Wagga Wagga since 1999, and now holds the seat by a 27.8% margin.
Liberal MP David Elliott has held the seat since 2011, and holds the seat by a 28.3% margin.
Hawkesbury was substantially redrawn by the recent redistribution. The seat previously covered a large part of the Hills shire, but lost those areas and gained Richmond and Windsor from Londonderry and Riverstone respectively.
Hawkesbury is held by Liberal MP Ray Williams, but he is swapping seats with Castle Hill MP Dominic Perrottet. The Liberal Party holds Hawkesbury by a 28.4% margin.
Oxley has been held by Nationals MP Andrew Stoner since 1999. Stoner is a minister in the Coalition government. Stoner was Nationals deputy leader from 2003 to 2014, and Deputy Premier from 2011 to 2014.
Stoner is retiring in 2015, and Nationals upper house MP Melinda Pavey will be running in Oxley. The seat is held by the Nationals by a 28.8% margin.
Nationals MP Stephen Bromhead won Myall Lakes in 2011, and holds the seat by a 28.6% margin.
Nationals MP Leslie Williams won the seat in 2011 off her predecessor, independent MP Peter Besseling. Besseling himself had won the seat at a 2008 by-election following the resignation of Rob Oakeshott, who was elected to the overlapping federal electorate.
Williams holds Port Macquarie by a 28.8% margin against Labor and a 6.5% margin against Besseling, who is not expected to run in Port Macquarie in 2015.
Cootamundra is a safe Nationals seat in south-western NSW. Cootamundra is a new name for the seat of Burrinjuck, which shifted west to take in parts of the abolished seat of Murrumbidgee. The seat now covers Cootamundra, Gundagai, Young, Cowra, West Wyalong and Narrandera.
Burrinjuck has been held by Nationals minister Katrina Hodgkinson since 1999, and she now holds Cootamundra by a 30.3% margin.
Liberal Party deputy leader Gladys Berejiklian has held Willoughby since 2003, and now holds the seat by a 30.4% margin. Berejiklian has served as Minister for Transport since 2011, and was elected deputy leader in 2014.