Gretel Packer (born c. 1965) is an Australian billionaire investor and philanthropist.
Packer is the daughter of Kerry Packer , a media mogul, and his wife, Roslyn Packer . She is the granddaughter of Sir Frank Packer. Following the death of her father and settlement with her brother, James, she inherited investments in Crown Resorts, and other companies.
Her philanthropic interests include a broad range of community activities and charities aligned to the arts, education, and environmental science. Her current positions include the Art Gallery of New South Wales where she is Vice-President of the Board of Trustees, Chair of the Advisory Board of Crown Resorts Foundation, Chair of the Packer Family Foundation, Chair of The Sydney Theatre Company Foundation, and a Founding Patron of the Taronga Zoo Conservation Science Initiative and a Founding Governor of the Taronga Zoo Foundation. She has held previous positions as a Director of the Royal Hospital for Women Foundation and as a Council Member of the Royal Botanical Gardens Foundation.
In May 2019, Packer's net worth was assessed as A$1.16 billion by the Financial Review Rich List, the eightieth richest Australian. Forbes Asia magazine assessed Packer's net worth at US$1.6 billion in January 2019, the twenty-sixth richest Australian.
Packer had two children to her first husband, Nick Barham, who she divorced in 1999; and one child to her second husband, Shane Murray, who she married in late 2005 and divorced in 2007.