Alline Dawn Lawrie (born 3 November 1938) is an Australian former politician. She was the Independent member for Nightcliff in the Northern Territory Legislative Assembly from 1974 to 1983; in the First Assembly, she and fellow independent Ron Withnall were the sole non-Country Liberal Party members.
Lawrie joined the Northern Territory Parliament, firstly as an Independent Member of the Legislative Council (1971–74) then as the Independent Member for Nightcliff (1974-1983).
After politics, Dawn and her husband established a community newspaper, the Palmerston & Northern Suburbs, which was published form 1983 to 1985. Dawn was appointed as the first Regional Director for the Australian Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission in 1986. She served as the Administrator of the Cocos Keeling Islands from 1988 - 1990 and was the first NT Anti-Discrimination Commissioner. Dawn is also a Justice of the Peace and is a registered Civil Marriage Celebrant.
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- "Ex-NT chief minister takes backbench role". ninemsn.com.au. Retrieved 29 August 2012.
|Northern Territory Legislative Assembly|
| Member for Nightcliff