The Member for Davidson, Jonathan O'Dea, said the burka should not be worn in public and police should be given powers to enforce its removal, saying Politicians should accept "reasonable societal norms" and ban the burka.
Mr O'Dea said his stance was not racially discriminatory because it would be extended to masks and helmets.
"Unless mainstream political parties respect what are are commonly acceptable and reasonable societal norms then it gives space for people like Pauline Hanson to capitalise and play on racial or religious bigotry," he said.
Stephen Blanks from the New South Wales Council for Civil Liberties said the Premier Gladys Berejiklian should dismiss the calls.
"We really have to think carefully about who in society we want to criminalise [and] subject to the force of the police and the court system," he said.
"We could criminalise all sorts of things some people find annoying. But when you think about it, it just doesn't work for society to do that.
"We have to have a level of tolerance, we have to have a level of restraint."
Source: ABC News Online