Natasha Fyles

Natasha Kate Fyles (born 26 May 1978)[1] is an Australian politician who lives in Darwin, Northern Territory. A member of the Australian Labor Party, she was elected to the seat of Nightcliff in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly at the 2012 Northern Territory election.[2]


Natasha Fyles

Fyles in 2020
Attorney-General of the Northern Territory
Minister for Justice
In office
31 August 2016  7 September 2020
Preceded byJohn Elferink
Succeeded bySelena Uibo
Member of the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly
for Nightcliff
Assumed office
25 August 2012
Preceded byJane Aagaard
Personal details
Born
Natasha Kate Fyles

(1978-05-26) 26 May 1978 (age 43)
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
NationalityAustralian
Political party Australian Labor Party
Spouse(s)Paul Archbold
ChildrenTwo
Alma materUniversity of Canberra
OccupationTeacher, swimming coach

Prior to her election, Fyles trained as a teacher at the University of Canberra, and has worked as a physical education teacher and swimming coach.[2] She is married to Paul Archbold and has two children.[3][4]

Fyles was part of Labor’s landslide victory in the 2016 Northern Territory election and was reelected as the member for Nightcliff in the 2020 election holding the largest majority in the Northern Territory. Fyles is currently the Minister for Health, Minister for Tourism and Hospitality, Minister for Racing, Gaming and Licensing, Minister for Alcohol Policy, Minister for Major Events, Minister for the National Resilience Centre and Leader of Government Business.