Peter Miller (born 6 April 1969) is an Australian rules footballer who played for the Fremantle Dockers in 1995. He was a predraft selection from East Perth in the WAFL in the 1994 AFL Draft and played mainly as a rover.
Along with Peter F. Bell, Miller was Fremantle's first signing in late 1994. A small rover, he managed 16 games in 1995 but surprisingly retired from the AFL at the end of the season. After a short break from football, he returned to East Perth and was later appointed captain. He played a total of 176 games for East Perth between 1988 and 1998, winning the FD Book Medal in 1992 and 1998, but retired having played in only one grand final, which was a narrow loss to Claremont in 1996.
Rebuilding history: Avon Lake nominated the Peter Miller House Museum as the city's first historic landmark in hopes to forever protect its cultural heritage and attract local tourism.(Landmark overview)
Nov 01, 2011; On a hot and humid summer day, Gerry Paine offers a welcoming smile as she opens the door to lead me inside the Peter Miller...