- 27 December 1901
Woodend, Victoria, Australia
- 29 December 1985
Colac, Victoria, Australia
- Local government councillor and Political candidate
- Alternative Names
- Griffiths, Nola Isabel Constance (maiden name)
A member of the League of Women Voters, Nola Barber stood as a candidate for the Australian Labor Party in the Legislative Assembly seat of Mentone at the Victorian state elections of 1961 and 1967. She was active in local government and became the first female mayor of Chelsea in 1951, after her election as a councillor in 1948. In recognition of her work for the community she was appointed OBE in 1970 and in 2001 was featured in the Centenary of Federation Victorian Honour Roll of Women.