Margaret Scobie (born 1948 in Woola Downs, Utopia, Northern Territory, Australia) is an Australian Aboriginal artist from the Anmatyerre community, just north of Alice Springs.
Scobie is from one of the most famous Aboriginal artistic families, related to other Aboriginal artists such as Emily Kame Kngwarreye (her aunt), Gloria Petyarre (first cousin), Kathleen Petyarre, Anna Petyarre, and Ada Bird Petyarre.
Margaret Scobie was educated at Ross Park Primary School in Alice Springs. She was introduced to painting at "Awelye" ceremonies and has been a painter for most of her life.
Most of her artworks depict bush medicine leaves, spinifex grass and Awelye.
Margaret Scobie has three daughters and one son.