|Member of the Queensland Legislative Assembly
15 July 1995 – 13 June 1998
|Preceded by||Warren Pitt|
|Succeeded by||Charles Rappolt|
|Queensland Minister for Community Services, Youth and Families|
February 1998 – June 1998
|Succeeded by||Anna Bligh|
27 January 1940 |
Arusha, Tanganyika, East Africa
|Political party||National Party of Australia|
Naomi Kate Wynn Wilson (born 27 January 1940) is a former teacher and Tanzanian-born Australian politician. Daughter of Bishop of Central Tanganyika William Wynn and Ruth Jones and great grand daughter of former Senator and Premier of Tasmania, Henry Dobson, she was a National Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland from 1995 to 1998, representing the district of Mulgrave.
Wilson entered state parliament at the 1995 state election by defeating incumbent Labor Party MP Warren Pitt for the seat of Mulgrave. When the National Party came to power under the leadership Rob Borbidge in February 1996, Wilson was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister for Families, Youth and Community Care. In February 1998 she won promotion to the ministry, becoming the Minister for Families, Youth and Community Care. Wilson held this position until her defeat the following June at the 1998 state election, where she finished in third place behind Labor's Warren Pitt and victorious One Nation candidate Charles Rappolt.
When Rappolt retired prematurely in late 1998 Wilson stood as the endorsed National Party candidate for the Mulgrave by-election, losing narrowly to Labor's Warren Pitt. At the 2001 state election she stood as the National Party candidate in the neighbouring district Cairns and was defeated by incumbent Labor MP Desley Boyle.
- "Former Members". Parliament of Queensland. 2015. Retrieved 11 February 2015.
- "1995 Queensland election". Psephos.
- "1998 Queensland election". Psephos.
- "Mulgrave By-election" (PDF). Electoral Commission of Queensland. Archived from the original (PDF) on 13 July 2009.
- "2001 State General Election - Cairns - District Summary". Electoral Commission of Queensland. Archived from the original on 6 September 2008.
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|Member for Mulgrave
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