|Lord Mayor of Perth|
|Preceded by||Reg Withers|
|Succeeded by||Lisa Scaffidi|
|Born||Peter Christopher Roland Nattrass
15 October 1941
Perth, Western Australia
|Domestic partner||Julie Bishop|
Peter Christopher Roland Nattrass (born 15 October 1941) is a Perth businessman and politician. He was the Lord Mayor of the City of Perth from 1995 to 2007.
Peter was born to Joyce Nattrass and Roland Nattrass, a consultant gynaecologist in Perth's public hospitals. He attended Hale School, University of Western Australia (UWA) and the Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RCOG) in London. He began private practice in 1975.
Nattrass entered local politics in 1977. His political career culminated in his election as Lord Mayor of Perth in 1995 succeeding Reg Withers. He was elected to the council in 1977. He was re-elected Lord Mayor in 1999 and again in 2003. His term in the office of Lord Mayor is the longest held for the City of Perth.
Nattrass was succeeded by the first female Lord Mayor of Perth, Lisa Scaffidi on 21 October 2007.
In July 2004, the West Australian newspaper and MLA Larry Graham aired allegations of domestic violence made by Margot Nattrass, his former wife. As a result, the Legislative Assembly voted on a motion to consider whether he was a fit and proper person to hold the position of Lord Mayor. The motion was lost (41/1). 
- Davis, Mark (7 September 2007). "True blue to her boots". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2009-03-26.
- Spagnolo, Joe (15 September 2007). "Dr Peter Nattrass admits he's arrogant, but not mad". PerthNow. Retrieved 2009-03-26.
- David Marr (2004-08-09). "The West in cowards' castle". Media Watch (transcript). Australian Broadcasting Corporation. Retrieved 2007-05-05. "These matters were brought to my attention by the organisers of the conference and that was the Western Australian paper. - Larry Graham MLA to the Parliament of Western Australia, 29 June 2004"
|Perth City Lord Mayor
1995 - 2007