|Sir Albert Lind|
|Deputy Premier of Victoria|
13 October 1937 – 14 September 1943
|Preceded by||Francis Old|
|Succeeded by||Bert Cremean|
|Member of the Victorian Legislative Assembly
for Gippsland East
21 October 1920 – 1 June 1961
|Preceded by||James Cameron|
|Succeeded by||Bruce Evans|
|Born||Albert Eli Lind
21 February 1878
East Charlton, Victoria
|Died||26 June 1964
Bairnsdale, Victoria, Australia
|Political party||United Country Party|
|Victorian Farmers' Union|
|Spouse(s)||Flora Catherine Arthur (m. 1904)|
|Relations||Alan Lind (nephew)|
|Occupation||Dairy farmer and grazier|
Sir Albert Eli Lind (21 February 1878 – 26 June 1964) was an Australian farmer and politician.
Lind was born in 1878 in East Charlton, Victoria, the son of Oliver Nicholas Lind, a farmer from Denmark, and his Welsh wife Mary Ann Clay. In 1882, drought forced the family to move to East Gippsland where Lind was educated at Lucknow, and then to Bairnsdale in 1884 where he attended Bairnsdale state school. By the age of 12, he was a builder's apprentice and worked in several trades. In 1904, then just married, Lind selected a 640-acre property at Mount Taylor, where he established a dairy farm with his brother Ernie.
Lind entered politics as a councillor for the Shire of Bairnsdale from 1914 to 1925. In October 1920, he was elected to the Victorian Legislative Assembly for the seat of Gippsland East for the Victorian Farmers' Union (VFU).
Lind was knighted in the 1951 King's Birthday honours for his service in the Victorian Legislative Assembly.
Lind married Flora Catherine Arthur on 31 August 1904 at Bairnsdale. They had four sons and five daughters.
- J. D. Adams, 'Lind, Sir Albert Eli (1878–1964)', Australian Dictionary of Biography, National Centre of Biography, Australian National University,, accessed 9 July 2013.
- Lind, Sir Albert Eli, Re-member, Parliament of Victoria.
- Gazette 59, Victoria Government Gazette, Government of Victoria, 2 April 1935.
- "STATE POLITICS COUNTRY PARTY'S SURPRISE.". The Argus. Melbourne: National Library of Australia. 14 October 1937. p. 3. Retrieved 9 July 2013.
- LIND, Albert Eli, It's an Honour, 7 June 1951.
|Victorian Legislative Assembly|
|Member for Gippsland East
|Deputy Premier of Victoria