Two new faces have been added to Labor's frontbench in South Australia, bringing gender balance to the shadow cabinet for the first time.
At a meeting of the Labor caucus on Monday, Andrea Michaels and Blair Boyer were elected to the 14-strong frontbench.
Mr Boyer was elected to parliament at the last state poll in 2018 and Ms Michaels at a by-election last year.
They replace Tony Piccolo and Eddie Hughes who resigned recently to focus on their own electorates.
"This is a significant moment, as we now have Labor's first frontbench with an equal share of men and women," Opposition Leader Peter Malinauskas said.
"As Labor Leader, I am proud to lead a team which better reflects our society."
Mr Malinauskas will assign portfolios to the two newcomers in the near future.