Nonja Yvonne Huberta Maria Peters (born 27 February 1944) is a West Australian author and academic of Dutch ancestry.
Her books produced on migration and the Dutch presence in Australia have received wide acclaim.
She has served on a number of Australian and Western Australian bodies, as well as being head of the Curtin University centre Migration, Ethnicity, Refugees & Citizenship Research Unit Peters, Nonja (1990), Northam Migrant Camps photographic exhibition, Northam and District Heritage Development Association, retrieved 25 February 2015
Peters, Nonja Ivonne; University of Western Australia. Department of Anthropology (1999), Trading places : Greek, Italian, Dutch and Vietnamese enterprise in Western Australia, retrieved 25 February 2015
Peters, Nonja; University of Western Australia Press; Peters, Nonja (2001), Milk and honey but no gold : postwar migration to Western Australia, 1945-1964, University of Western Australia Press, ISBN 978-1-876268-56-5
Peter, Nonja; Peters, Nonja (2006), The Dutch down under, 1606-2006, University of Western Australia Press, ISBN 978-1-920694-75-3
Peters, Nonja (2008), From tyranny to freedom : Dutch children from the Netherlands East Indies to Fairbridge Farm School 1945-1946, Black Swan, ISBN 978-0-9757519-7-8