2017 Australia Day Honours

The Australia Day Honours 2017 were announced on 26 January 2017 by the Governor General of Australia, Sir Peter Cosgrove.[1][2][3]

The Australia Day Honours are the first of the two major annual honours lists, announced on Australia Day (26 January), with the other being the Queen's Birthday Honours which are announced on the second Monday in June.

Order of AustraliaEdit

Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)Edit

 
Order of Australia (Civil) ribbon
 
Order of Australia (Military) ribbon

General DivisionEdit

Recipient Citation Notes
The Hon Anna Bligh For eminent service to the Parliament of Queensland, particularly as Premier, to infrastructure development and education reform, as an advocate for the role of women in public life, and to the not-for-profit sector. [4]
Her Excellency the Hon Linda Dessau AM For eminent service to the people of Victoria through leadership roles in the judiciary, to the advancement of economic ties and business relationships, and as a supporter of charitable, sporting and arts organisations.
The Hon Bob Ellicott QC For eminent service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly as Attorney-General, to legal practice and innovative policy development, to advancements in global trade law, and to the international arbitration of sporting disputes.
The Hon Justice Stephen Gageler For eminent service to the law and to the judiciary through contributions in the areas of constitutional, public, international, common and criminal law, to legal reform, education and academic discourse, and to professional organisations.
The Hon Julia Gillard For eminent service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly as Prime Minister, through seminal contributions to economic and social development, particularly policy reform in the areas of education, disability care, workplace relations, health, foreign affairs and the environment, and as a role model to women.
Prof Andrew Holmes AM For eminent service to science through developments in the field of organic and polymer chemistry as a researcher, editor and academic, and through the governance of nationally recognised, leading scientific organisations.
The Hon Dr David Kemp For eminent service to the Parliament of Australia, notably in the areas of employment, education, training and youth affairs, to the environment, to institutional reform and public policy development, and to the community.
Dr Martin Parkinson PSM For eminent service to the Australian community through leadership in public sector roles, to innovative government administration and high level program delivery, to the development of economic policy, and to climate change strategy.
Dr Michael Spence For eminent service to leadership of the tertiary education sector, to the advancement of equitable access to educational opportunities, to developing strategic programs focused on multidisciplinary research, and to the Anglican Church of Australia.
Her Excellency Prof the Hon Catherine Warner AM For eminent service to the people of Tasmania through leading contributions to the legal community, particularly to law reform, to higher education as an academic, researcher and publisher, and as a supporter of the arts, and environmental and social justice initiatives.
Prof Keryn Williams For eminent service to medical science in the field of ophthalmology through the research and development of corneal transplantation, as an academic and mentor, and as a supporter of young women scientists.

Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)Edit

General DivisionEdit

Recipient Citation Notes
Dr Fred Norman Affleck For distinguished service to the transport and logistics industries through leadership roles, to policy development and planning, and as a supporter of the performing arts. [5]
Jimmy Barnes For distinguished service to the performing arts as a musician, singer and songwriter, and through support for not-for-profit organisations, particularly to children with a disability.
Em Prof MaryAnn Bin-Sallik For distinguished service to tertiary education as an academic, author and administrator, particularly in the area of Indigenous studies and culture, and as a role model and mentor.
Dr Graeme Leslie Blackman OAM For distinguished service to the pharmaceutical industry, to scientific research and policy development, to theological education and the Anglican Church of Australia, and to aged care.
Massimo Borghetti For distinguished service to the Australian aviation industry, to the development of national and international tourism opportunities, and as a supporter of the arts and sport.
Robert Reginald Bowen For distinguished service to community health in Queensland, particularly through not-for-profit research organisations, to medical biotechnology manufacturing and export, and to fostering innovation.
William Donald Bowness For distinguished service to the visual and performing arts through philanthropic contributions, fundraising and advisory roles, and to the building and construction industry.
Roberta Anne Brazil For distinguished service to tertiary education governance, to agricultural, environmental and resource management organisations, and to women in rural and regional areas.
The Hon John Brumby For distinguished service to the Parliament of Victoria, to economic management and medical biotechnology innovation, to improved rural and regional infrastructure, and to the community.
Nick Cave For distinguished service to the performing arts as a musician, songwriter, author and actor, both nationally and internationally, and as a major contributor to Australian music culture and heritage.
The Hon Stephen Charles For distinguished service to the law and to the judiciary, particularly in the areas of commercial arbitration and mediation, to judicial administration, and to legal professional organisations.
Tina Anne Coco For distinguished service to community health as a leader of, and advocate for, organ and tissue donation and transplantation coordination organisations at the state, national and international level.
Prof Stephen Colagiuri For distinguished service to medical research in the field of diabetes and endocrinology as an academic, clinician and author, to global health policy formation, and to professional bodies.
Lyndsay Genevieve Connors AM For distinguished service to national public education policy, to improved school performance and equitable funding delivery, and as a role model and mentor of young women.
Dr Gregory Arthur Constable For distinguished service to agricultural science as an agronomist and plant breeder, particularly to cotton management and production, and to professional national and international scientific organisations.
Prof David Jamie Cooper For distinguished service to intensive care medicine in the field of traumatic brain injury as a clinician and to medical education as an academic, researcher and author.
Prof Mark Emmanuel Cooper For distinguished service to biomedical research in the field of diabetes and related renal and cardiovascular diseases, to medical education, and as a mentor of young scientists.
Prof Gregory Joseph Craven For distinguished service to tertiary education through leadership and representational roles with a range of institutions, to the Catholic Church in Australia, and to constitutional law.
Prof Jane den Hollander For distinguished service to tertiary education through a range of executive administration and advisory roles, as a supporter of professional educational organisations, and to the community.
Dr Helen Durham For distinguished service to international relations in the area of humanitarian and criminal law, to the protection of women during times of armed conflict, and to legal education.
Helen Norma Evans For distinguished service to global health as an advocate for the improved treatment of infectious diseases in underprivileged populations, particularly for women and children.
Ahmed Fahour For distinguished service to business, particularly in the area of postal communications, to the banking and investment sectors, and as a supporter of improved multicultural relations.
Mick Fanning For distinguished service to surfing as a professional competitor at the national and international level, and as a supporter of a range of charitable foundations.
Prof Leon Flicker For distinguished service to medicine and medical education in the field of geriatrics, as an academic and researcher, and through contributions to improved dementia prevention and care.
Andrew Forrest For distinguished service to the mining sector, to the development of employment and business opportunities, as a supporter of sustainable foreign investment, and to philanthropy.
Prof Raymond Leslie Frost For distinguished service to science, and to higher education, as an academic, researcher and author, particularly in the field of vibrational spectroscopy, and as a mentor of young scientists.
Prof James Gehling For distinguished service to environmental science, and to higher education, as an academic and researcher, in the area of palaeontology, and to the community of the Flinders Ranges.
Em Prof William Peter Gibson AM For distinguished service to medicine, particularly in the area of otolaryngology, as a clinician, to the advancement of cochlear implant programs, and to professional medical organisations.
Prof Gwendolyn Lesley Gilbert For distinguished service to medical research, particularly the study of infectious disease prevention and control, to tertiary education as an academic, and to public health policy.
Prof Peter Philip Gray For distinguished service to science in the field of bio-engineering and nanotechnology as an academic and researcher, and to professional biotechnology associations.
Prof Patricia Grimshaw For distinguished service to the social sciences and to the humanities through researching, documenting and preserving Australian history, and the roles of women in society.
His Honour the Hon John Hardy OAM For distinguished service to the people of the Northern Territory, and as a patron and supporter of a range of aviation, health, emergency service and charitable organisations.
Mary Patricia Hemming For distinguished service to community health as a leader and consultant in the development of therapeutic and pharmaceutical guidelines, nationally and internationally
Em Prof Tracey Ann Horton For distinguished service to business and business education through a range of leadership and academic roles, and to the arts in Western Australia.
Prof Ian William Johnston For distinguished service to engineering, as an academic, researcher, practitioner and consultant, particularly in the fields of structural foundation engineering and geothermal energy.
Paul Kelly For distinguished service to the performing arts and to the promotion of the national identity through contributions as a singer, songwriter and musician.
Adjunct Prof Lizbeth Moira Kenny For distinguished service to medicine as a clinician and researcher in the field of radiation oncology, and to executive roles with professional organisations nationally and internationally.
John David Laidlaw OAM For distinguished service to the community through philanthropic endeavours with a range of health, social welfare and disability support organisations.
Terence Henry Lawler For distinguished service to the community of the Hunter, particularly through advocacy for disability support organisations, to medical research, and to business.
Ken Lay APM For distinguished service to law enforcement as Chief Commissioner of the Victoria Police, through structural reforms to recruitment, training and deployment, and to social and community leadership.
Gary John Liddle For distinguished service to public administration in the Victorian transport sector through leadership in policy direction, infrastructure development, road safety and regulatory reform.
Dr Carol Ann Liston For distinguished service to the preservation and documentation of Australian history and heritage, to professional societies, and to education as a teacher and mentor.
Em Prof William John Lovegrove For distinguished service to leadership in the tertiary education sector, to developing academia in regional areas, and to cooperative research in a variety of fields.
Max Lu For distinguished service to education, to national and international research in the fields of materials chemistry and nanotechnology, to engineering, and to Australia–China relations.
Bernard Vincent McKay For distinguished service to public administration, particularly to the health sector, through the development, promotion and implementation of preventative health campaigns, programs and policies.
David McKee For distinguished service to the community through philanthropic, administrative and voluntary service with social welfare and arts organisations in South Australia.
Em Prof John Griffiths McLean For distinguished service to science as a veterinarian, toxicologist and academic, to engineering education, and to the regulation of agricultural chemicals and veterinary drugs.
The Reverend Alistair Macrae For distinguished service to the Uniting Church in Australia through executive and ministerial roles at state and national levels, and to the promotion of ecumenism, interfaith dialogue and reconciliation.
Prof Colin Louis Masters For distinguished service to medical research through international and national contributions to understanding Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases.
Dr Alain Guy Middleton For distinguished service to dentistry as a forensic odontologist, as a global expert in victim identification, and through the development of international standards in disaster response.
Em Prof William Richard Mulford For distinguished service to academic administration and management, as a researcher into educational leadership and school effectiveness, and through executive roles with professional associations.
Anne O'Donovan For distinguished service to literature through the Australian publishing industry, as a mentor to authors, editors and publishers, and through sustained support for homeless youth.
Rebecca Peters For distinguished service to the community as an advocate and campaigner for gun control, and as a global leader in the reduction of the proliferation and misuse of small arms.
Dr William David Proudman For distinguished service to medicine as a physician and specialist in renal transplant surgery, and to the profession as a clinician, mentor, researcher and innovator.
Guy Alan Reynolds AM For distinguished service to the community through leadership of a range of programs designed to support youth in sporting, educational and employment pursuits.
Dr Christopher Graham Roberts For distinguished service to science and the development and commercialisation of medical biotechnology, particularly through the cochlear implant program, and the management of respiratory conditions.
Ian Frederick Rodwell For distinguished service to community health as a supporter and advocate for funding to promote research and awareness of motor neuron disease in Australia.
Khalil Shahin For distinguished service to business and commerce, to philanthropy as an advocate for corporate social responsibility, and to the multicultural community.
Em Prof Larry Sitsky AM For distinguished service to the arts as a composer and concert pianist, to music education as a researcher and mentor, and through musical contributions to Australia's contemporary culture.
Dr John Graeme Sloman AM, ED For distinguished service to medicine, particularly to the specialty of cardiology, as a clinician, through advisory roles with a range of medical organisations, and to the community.
Prof Andrew Justin Stewart Coats For distinguished service to medical research and tertiary education in the field of cardiology, as an academic and author, and as a mentor and role model for young scientists.
Alastair Hall Swayn For distinguished service to architecture in the Australian Capital Territory, through executive roles with professional architectural institutes, and to the community
David Thodey For distinguished service to business, notably to the telecommunications and information technology sectors, to the promotion of ethical leadership and workplace diversity, and to basketball.
Prof David Laurence Vaux For distinguished service to medicine in the field of biomedical cancer research, to higher education as an academic and mentor, and to professional integrity and ethics.
Isaac Wakil For distinguished service to the community through a range of philanthropic endeavours, and as a supporter of charitable, education and cultural organisations.
Susan Wakil For distinguished service to the community through a range of philanthropic endeavours, and as a supporter of charitable, education and cultural organisations.
Prof Gordon George Wallace For distinguished service to science and research in polymer materials and their use in biomedical applications, and to national and international collaboration with industry.
Brian Francis Watson For distinguished service to business and finance through leadership roles in the investment and venture capital sectors, as a philanthropist, and as a supporter of social welfare and medical research organisations.
Mark Webber For distinguished service to motor sport as a competitor and ambassador, and to the community through fundraising and patronage of a range of medical and youth support organisations.
The Hon Justice Mark Weinberg For distinguished service to the judiciary and to the law, particularly through reforms to criminal law and procedure, to legal education in Victoria, and to the administration of justice in Fiji and Norfolk Island.
His Excellency Peter Woolcott For distinguished service to public administration in the field of international relations through senior diplomatic roles, and as a lead negotiator in the non-proliferation and arms control fields.
The Hon Christopher Reginald Wright QC For distinguished service to the judiciary and the Supreme Court of Tasmania, to the law as Solicitor-General, and through senior roles with tribunal and review boards at both state and Federal level.

Military DivisionEdit

Recipient Citation Notes
RADM Stuart Mayer CSC & Bar, RAN For distinguished service to the Royal Australian Navy principally in key command roles. [6]

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)Edit

General DivisionEdit

Recipient Citation Notes
Dr Noel Ami Alpins For significant service to ophthalmology, particularly to the development of innovative refractive surgery techniques, and to professional associations. [7]
Prof. Jon Charles Altman For significant service to tertiary education as a researcher and administrator, and to the social sciences and Indigenous economic policy.
Prof. Patricia Armati For significant service to medical research in the field of neuroscience, to tertiary education, and to the community.
Luciana Arrighi For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to film, theatre and opera, as a costume and production designer.
Denis Baguley For significant service to public administration in Victoria through infrastructure project management, and to veterans and their families.
Prof. Ian Bailey SC For significant service to the law, particularly in the area of dispute resolution in the construction industry, and to education.
Kevin Bailey For significant service to Australia-Timor Leste relations, to philanthropic organisations, to the financial planning sector, and to the community.
David Barragallo For significant service to the information technology industry, to higher education, to business, and to people with disabilities.
Nola Barkl For significant service to the community, particularly through executive and voluntary roles with a range of women's organisations.
Gary Barnes For significant service to public administration in the areas of industry development, major projects, education and human resource programs.
Alexander Baykitch For significant service to the law in the field of international commercial arbitration, and to professional legal organisations.
Dr Vaughan Beck For significant service to engineering, to tertiary education administration and research, and to professional academies.
The Hon. Justice Kevin Bell For significant service to the law and to the judiciary, to native title and human rights, and to the community.
Margaret Birtley For significant service to cultural heritage, particularly to the museums sector, to education, and to historical preservation.
Gillian Biscoe For significant service to the community through leadership and advisory roles with state, national and international public health organisations.
Prof. Alan Bittles For significant service to medical education in the field of genomics, as an academic and researcher, and to professional groups.
Prof. Jillian Blackmore For significant service to education as an academic and administrator, to social justice and equity, and to policy reform.
Susan Blundell For significant service to education, particularly to the teaching of languages, and to professional learning and tourism bodies.
Tony Bonner For significant service to the performing arts as an actor, to surf lifesaving, and to the community through charitable organisations.
Emeritus Prof. John Bowie For significant service to science in the field of mass spectrometry, and to education as an academic, researcher and author.
Prof. John Boyages For significant service to medicine in the specialty of radiation oncology as a clinician, to medical education, to professional organisations and to people with breast cancer.
Clinical Assoc. Prof. Stephen Bradshaw For significant service to medicine as a vascular surgeon, to health practitioner regulation, and to medical education.
Kim Brennan For significant service to rowing, to the welfare of elite athletes, to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, and to the community.
Dr Garry Brian For significant service to ophthalmology, and to the provision of eye health care programs in rural and remote communities.
David Brill For significant service to the broadcast media as a cinematographer and journalist, and to the community of Tasmania.
Bernard Brookes For significant service to the retailing sector through leadership roles, to national and international business associations, and to the community.
Prof. Judith Brown For significant service to music education as an academic and teacher, to professional organisations, and to the community.
John Burdett For significant service to community health through executive roles with medical research institutes, and to the finance sector.
Dr Noel Burley For significant service to the community through social welfare initiatives, to engineering, and to scientific research and development.
Kevin Caroll For significant service to business as an advocate for Australian manufacturers, and through government and private sector linkages.
Brian Castles-Onion For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to opera, as a conductor, musician and repetiteur.
Dr Robin Chase For significant service to occupational and environmental medicine, to professional medical organisations, and to education.
Steven Chopping For significant service to motor sports through leadership and technical advisory roles, and to national and international professional groups.
Dr Roberta Chow For significant service to medicine as a clinician, and to pioneering developments in the use of laser therapy techniques for chronic pain management.
Emeritus Prof. Sandford Clark For significant service to the law, to the development of water management and legislation, and to legal education.
Prof. Simon Clarke For significant service to medicine as a clinical academic and researcher, particularly in the area of adolescent health.
Assoc. Prof. Ruth Colagiuru For significant service to medicine in the field of diabetes, as an academic and researcher, and to health policy development.
Dr Peter Cooke OAM For significant service to the performing arts, and to education, as an academic and administrator, particularly to theatre and dance.
Melanie Cooper For significant service to the community through philanthropic support for, and leadership roles with, charitable foundations, and to business.
John Corcoran For significant service to the law, and to the legal profession, through a range of executive roles, and to the community.
Noel Cornish For significant service to business as an advocate for industry policy and development, to tertiary education administration, and to the community.
Rosemary Craddock For significant service to local government in South Australia, and to the community of Walkerville.
John Craik For significant service to the community through Christian fellowship groups, to youth, and to the life insurance sector.
The late Dr Patrick Cregan For significant service to medicine and health care delivery in New South Wales, and to clinical advisory and governance roles.
Peter Crossing For significant service to the community through philanthropic support for, and leadership positions with, major cultural institutions, and to business.
Denele Crozier For significant service to the community, particularly to women's health, and to social welfare and legal assistance organisations.
The Hon. Elizabeth Curtain For significant service to the law, and to the judiciary, in Victoria, to medico-legal and professional groups, and to the community.
John Dainton For significant service to conservation and the environment through natural resource management, and to the dairy industry.
Geraldine Daley For significant service to the legal profession, and to the law, in New South Wales through a range of organisations, and to the community.
His Grace the Most Rev. Archbishop Issam Darwish For significant service to the Melkite Greek Catholic Church in Australia, to the promotion of inter-faith relations, and to the community.
Janette Davie For significant service to the tourism sector through executive and advisory roles with travel industry associations, and to the community.
Emeritus Prof. Christine Deer For significant service to education as an academic and author, to professional learning associations, and to the community.
John Dickenson OAM For significant service to sports aviation as a pioneer of innovative design and development of hang-gliding and para-gliding equipment.
Claire Dobbin For significant service to the motion picture industry, particularly to national and international film festivals, through education, and to screenwriting.
Alison Doley For significant service to conservation and the environment in Western Australia through revegetation and catchment recovery initiatives.
Dr Hugh Dove For significant service to agricultural science as a researcher and editor, and to the study of animal nutrition.
Dr Susan Downes For significant service to rural and remote medicine in Western Australia as a general practitioner, and to Indigenous health.
Dr Iain Dunlop For significant service to ophthalmology, particularly through executive roles with professional medical organisations, and as a practitioner.
John Edwards For significant service to the broadcast media industry as a television producer, and as a role model and mentor.
Assoc. Prof. William Emmerson For significant service to medicine, particularly to psychiatry, to medical administration, and through contributions to mental health groups.
Robin Fardoulys For significant service to the building and construction industry, to standards and policy development, and to tertiary education.
Robin Fildes OAM For significant service to athletics, particularly through executive roles with leading administrative bodies, to business, and to the community.
Melinda Gainsford-Taylor For significant service to athletics as a sprinter, at the national and international level, and as a role model for young athletes.
Peter Garrison SC For significant service to the law, to the legal profession, and to public administration, in the Australian Capital Territory.
Joanna Gash For significant service to the Parliament of Australia, to local government, and to the community of the Shoalhaven.
Prof. Fadia Ghossayn For significant service to Australia-Lebanon relations through academic collaboration, cultural and student exchange programs, and to the community.
Philip Glendenning For significant service to the community through social welfare organisations, as an advocate for human rights, and to education.
Russell Hammond For significant service to the performing arts, particularly to music, as a conductor and administrator, and to professional associations.
Dr Philip Harding For significant service to medicine as an endocrinologist, to medical ethics and standards, and to the community.
Prof. Richard Harvey For significant service to medicine in the field of cell biology and cardiovascular research, and through scientific leadership roles.
Dr Donald Hector For significant service to science in the field of chemical engineering, and to business.
His Honour Judge Graham Henson For significant service to the law and to the judiciary, to public administration, to legal standards, and to education.
Clinical Prof. Harry Iland For significant service to medicine, and to medical research, in the specialty of haematology, and as a mentor of young scientists.
Michellie Jones For significant service to athletes who are blind or have low vision, as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games, and to sport as a triathlete.
Dr Thomas Karmel For significant service to vocational education research and administration, and to the community through public administration roles.
Phil Kearns For significant service to the community through support for charitable organisations, to business, and to rugby union at the elite level.
Judith Kennedy For significant service to the winemaking industry, particularly through contributions to promotional events, and to children's health foundations.
Robert Kennedy For significant service to the Indigenous community of Central Australia, to economic development and tourism promotion, and to local government.
Prof. Makhan Singh Khangure For significant service to medicine in the field of neuroradiology, to education, and to a range of professional medical associations.
Alan Kinkade For significant service to medical administration at the state and national level, particularly through financial management and executive roles.
Ian Klug For significant service to the business sector, to economic development in Queensland, to accountancy, and to the community.
Steven Knott For significant service to the resources and energy industries, to the advancement of women, and to industrial relations.
Prof. Vijay Kumar For significant service to medical research in the disciplines of nuclear medicine and biology, to professional organisations, and to the community.
Prof. Albert Hoi King Lam For significant service to medicine, particularly of paediatric radiology, as a clinician, and to child health education.
Judith Lazarus For significant service to the community through social welfare groups, notably through custodial rehabilitation and resettlement initiatives.
Patricia Lees For significant service to the Indigenous community of Mount Isa, and to youth, aged care, legal and health organisations.
Robert Legge For significant service to the community through roles at the state, national and international level with the Red Cross
Bruce Linn For significant service to the community, notably in the areas of social welfare, education administration, and information technology, and to local government.
Mark Longworth For significant service to community health through the development of programs to assist people affected by stroke.
Conjoint Associate Prof. Sandra Lowe For significant service to obstetric medicine as a clinician, to medical education, and to professional organisations.
Ross Peter McCann For significant service to the environment, to the promotion of sustainable resource use, to chemical engineering, and to the community.
Robert McEwen For significant service to cycling at the national and international level as a competitor, coach, and advisor, and to the community.
Allan Raymond McGill For significant service to local government in the Northern Territory, to sport, and to the community.
John Michael McInerney For significant service to town planning, and to architecture, to professional organisations, to local government, and to the community.
Norman Leslie McKenzie For significant service to science, and to the environment, particularly to biological surveys, to conservation and planning, and as an author.
Cynthia McMorran OAM For significant service to the community of Western Australia, to regional development and natural resource management, and to aged care.
The late Christopher Roy McPherson For significant service to the print media industry in rural and regional areas, to men's health, and to the community.
The Hon. Justin Mark Madden For significant service to the Parliament of Victoria, to Australian rules football as a player, and to the community.
The Hon. Kevin John Mahony For significant service to the law and to the judiciary in Victoria, to education, and to professional legal bodies.
Prof. Lynette Margaret March For significant service to medicine in the areas of rheumatology and clinical epidemiology, as an academic, researcher and clinician.
Graeme John Martin For significant service to the real estate industry through executive roles, to professional property institutes, and to education.
Mitchel Simon Martin-Weber For significant service to the not-for-profit sector through philanthropic support for a range of organisations, and to business and training.
Bruce Roger Maslin For significant service to botany, particularly in Western Australia, as a research scientist, and as an author.
Emeritus Prof. William Chisholm Maxwell For significant service to veterinary science in the field of animal reproductive biology through academic and advisory roles.
Donald Leslie Moffatt For significant service to the community of the Sunshine Coast, to aero-medical organisations, and to the horse racing industry.
Michael John Moore For significant service to community health, particularly to social policy reform, and to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Adjunct Prof. Robert William Morris-Nunn For significant service to commercial architecture in Tasmania, to tertiary education, to professional institutes, and as a role model.
Kingsley Alwyn Mundey For significant service to the community as a supporter of a range of veterans', Indigenous skills development, and cultural organisations.
Adjunct Prof. the Hon. Nahum Mushin For significant service to the judiciary, particularly to family law, to legal education, and to the welfare of children.
Nicolette Dene Norris For significant service to the community, particularly to the rights, protection and welfare of children.
Andrew Patrick O'Keefe For significant service to the broadcast media as a television presenter, and to social welfare and charitable organisations.
Assoc. Prof. Geoffrey Thomas Painter For significant service to medicine in the field of ophthalmology, and to international relations, particularly to eye health in Asia and the Pacific.
The late Dr Peter Wren Parodi For significant service to science as a biochemist, and to the dairy industry through contributions to studies in human nutrition.
Allan Pidgeon For significant service to the community through a range of roles, particularly to the promotion of the Australian national flag.
The late Sebastiano Pitruzzello OAM For significant service to the Italian community of Victoria, and to business and commerce.
Peter Sean Price OAM For significant service to community safety as an advocate for law enforcement and crime prevention programs.
Christopher Robert Pye For significant service to the tourism and hospitality industry in Western Australia through leadership roles, and to the community.
Dr John Michael Quinn For significant service to medicine in the fields of general and vascular surgery, and to professional organisations.
Jan Richards For significant service to library and information management through executive roles with professional associations.
The Hon. Eric Stephen Ripper For significant service to the people and Parliament of Western Australia, particularly through budgetary reform, native title policy, and energy sector developments.
John Michael Rock For significant service to national and international health through advocacy roles for people with HIV/AIDS.
Campbell Alan Rose For significant service to sports administration, to infrastructure and transport development, and to the community of Victoria.
Bernard Joseph Salt For significant service to the community as a demographer, and through research and commentary on social and cultural change.
Adjunct Assoc. Prof. Alan Stephen Sandford For significant service to medical administration and health management through a range of executive roles.
Simon Andrew Schrapel For significant service to the community, particularly to children and families through social welfare organisations, programs and initiatives.
Prof. Andrew Mark Scott For significant service to nuclear medicine and cancer research as an academic, and to professional organisations.
Prof. Christopher Semsarian For significant service to medicine in the field of cardiology as a clinician, administrator and educator, and to the community.
Leon Serry For significant service to the biotechnology industry, to the development and commercialisation of biomedical science, and as a mentor.
James Glen Service For significant service to the community through contributions to charitable organisations, and to the property, construction, and tourism sectors.
Karen Ann Sheldon For significant service to the community through the development of Indigenous employment and training opportunities, and to the hospitality industry.
The Very Rev. Dr John Harley Shepherd For significant service to the Anglican Church of Australia through senior liturgical roles, and to the community.
Prof. Evan Rutherford Simpson For significant service to medical science, particularly in the field of breast cancer, as an academic and researcher.
The late Dr Owen Bruce Slee For significant service to science, particularly in the field of radio astronomy, as a researcher, author and mentor of young scientists.
The late Emeritus Prof. Larry Robert Smith For significant service to the vocational education and training sector, through leadership and research roles, and to professional organisations.
Constance Lynne Spencer For significant service to conservation and the environment through research into the native plants of Central Australia.
David Ian Stanton For distinguished service to public administration, to social policy development, and as an academic.
The Hon. Julian Ferdinand Stefani OAM For significant service to the community through charitable and multicultural organisations, and to the Parliament of South Australia.
Rosemary Anne Stern For significant service to hockey as a tournament director, administrator and official.
Prof. Robert John Stimson For significant service to science as a researcher and academic, particularly in the discipline of analytical human geography.
Robert Kirk Strike For significant service to the community through advocacy and support roles for people with special needs.
Aija Gundega Thomas For significant service to architecture, particularly in the area of health facility planning and design.
Christopher West Thomas For significant service to business and commerce, and to the community through support for a range of arts and medical research organisations.
Christopher Ian Thorn For significant service to the not-for-profit sector through advisory roles on philanthropic strategic planning, and to the community.
Prof. Catherine Therese Turner For significant service to nursing through research into nurse practice and population health, and to professional organisations.
Philip Johnson Twyman For significant service to the insurance industry, as a mentor and role model in business, and to international relations.
Dr Peter Joseph Verco For significant service to paediatric dentistry through mentoring and advocacy roles, as a clinician, and to professional organisations.
The late Terry Tabuai Waia For significant service to Indigenous and Torres Strait Island communities in Far North Queensland through leadership, advisory and advocacy roles.
Maureen Walker For significant service to equestrian sports, and to the horse industry as a rider, breeder, trainer and instructor.
Dr Sue-Anne Wallace For significant service to the not-for-profit sector, particularly through charitable fundraising reform and establishing codes of practice.
Prof. Malcolm Ross Walter For significant service to science in the field of astrobiology as an author, academic, educator and mentor.
Brian Emlyn Walters QC For significant service to conservation through environmental protection law, and to human rights advocacy in Victoria.
Anthony Thorne Warlow For significant service to the performing arts through contributions to opera and musical theatre as a singer, actor and entertainer.
Paul Laurence Wheelton OAM For significant service to a range of charitable organisations in Victoria through governance, fundraising and philanthropic contributions.
Jennifer June Williams For significant service to the community through leadership roles in the public health sector, and to NGO governance.
John Dennis Williams For significant service to Indigenous rights through health and social welfare organisations, and as an advocate for reconciliation.
Dr Lynne Susanna Williams For significant service to public sector administration, and to economic and public policy reform in Victoria.
Albert Yueling Wong For significant service to the community, particularly to medical research organisations, to the tertiary education sector, and to the visual arts.
Dr Andrew John Wright For significant service to international relations and to the health and wellbeing of the Acholi people of Northern Uganda.
Annette Vicki Wright For significant service to international relations and to the health and wellbeing of the Acholi people of Northern Uganda.
Prof. John Yeaman For significant service to civil engineering and road asset maintenance management, to professional organisations, and to the community.
Barbara May Yeoh For significant service to public administration and to business, to community health care, and to transport organisations.
Prof. Peter Samuel Zablud RFD For significant service to the law, and to legal standards and education, particularly in the field of notarial studies.

Notes:[8]

Military DivisionEdit

Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy CDRE John William Chandler CSC, CSM, RAN For exceptional performance of duty in the field of submarine and major combatant systems acquisition and sustainment. [6]
Army BRIG Stephen James Beaumont For exceptional service in the advancement of Defence international relations and the continued development of Defence intelligence capabilities.
BRIG Mark James Holmes MVO For exceptional service in implementing approaches to modernisation in Army and the management of Defence contributions to institutional reform.
BRIG Rupert John Hoskins For exceptional service to the representation of the Australian Defence Force and engagement with international partners.
COL Andrew David Lowe For exceptional service in the delivery of small arms training and developing innovative approaches to training.
COL S For exceptional service in the development of Army special operations capabilities.
COL Simon John Tuckerman CSC For exceptional service in command positions delivering key capability and operational support to the Australian Defence Force.
Air Force Warrant Officer Brian William Bowman For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the fields of leadership; technical maintenance; and training development, management and delivery.
AIRCDRE Adam Rayce Brown CSC For exceptional service in major organisational reform, aerospace acquisition and sustainment.
AIRCDRE Anthony Marc Forestier OAM For exceptional service in air power education, capability development, and military strategy.
AIRCDRE Geoffrey Harland OAM For exceptional service in personnel administration and air combat capability preparedness.
GCAPT Craig John Meighan For exceptional service in the fields of Military Aviation and Joint Operations.
AIRCDRE Scott Jeffrey Winchester For exceptional service in organisational reform, strategic infrastructure planning, and command.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)Edit

General DivisionEdit

Recipient Citation Notes
Joyce Frances Mary Abblitt For service to community health. [9]
Bruce McIntyre Adams For service to the community of Manildra.
Gloria June Adams
Roger John Adams For service to the community through a range of fundraising activities.
Gayle Alessio For service to education.
Elizabeth Joan Allen For service to community health.
Raymond Arthur Allsopp For service to sport, particularly for school children.
Major Keith Andrew Anderson (Retired) For service to veterans and their families.
Robert Timothy Anderson For service to the real estate industry, and to the community.
Graeme Alexander Andrews For service to the community of Armidale.
Marlene Ann Antico For service to the visual arts, and to the community of Woollahra.
Jennifer Claire Aramini For service to youth, particularly through charitable organisations.
Elaine Francis Armstrong For service to the community through the Country Women's Association.
Dr Michael Edward Armstrong For service to medicine, and to the community.
Professor Neal Mark Ashkanasy For service to tertiary education, to psychology, and to the community.
Robert Henry Askew For service to local government, and to the community of Warrnambool.
Stephen Edward Balmforth For service to the environment.
Norman Patrick Banner For service to aged care.
Dr Cameron James Bardsley For service to medicine in Queensland.
Commander Kenneth Malcolm Barnett RAN, (Retired) For service to veterans and their families.
Richard John Bartholomaeus For service to the Lutheran Church of Australia, and to aged care.
Jillian Kay Bartlett For service to the performing arts in South Australia.
Walter Charles Beale For service to veterans and their families.
Catherine Louise Beaufort For service to radiotherapy, to international relations, and to sailing.
Marilyn Kay Beaumont For service to the community, particularly to women's health.
Nicole Elise Beck For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Dale Nygel Begg-Smith For service to sport as a Winter Olympic Games Gold Medallist.
Geoffrey Vernon Beilby For service to conservation and the environment.
Elisabeth Gay Bennett For service to the community of Spring Bay.
James Simeon Bennett For service to people who are blind or with low vision.
John Charles Bennett For service to agricultural and show societies.
John Francis Beresford For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Captain Donald Beresford Bergman RFD, ED, (Retired) For service to veterans and their families, and to the community.
Bryan John Besly For service to engineering, and to the visual arts.
The late Richard Biele For service to youth, and to veterans and their families.
Russel Damien Boaden For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Dr Sally Fiona Bonar For service to medicine, particularly to orthopaedic pathology.
Jessica Ackland Bond For service to medical research through fundraising roles.
Stewart Hampton Bonett For service to veterans and their families.
The late Alfred Joseph Borg For service to local government, and to the community of Campbelltown.
Elizabeth Anne Bowell For service to nursing, and to international natural disaster health care assistance.
Branislav William "Branco" Bratich For service to karate.
Robin Lynette Bromley For service to the community, particularly to nutrition in schools.
Edward "Anthony" Brown For service to youth through rugby league.
Rosemary Florence Brown For service to international relations through voluntary education roles.
William Hedley "Bill" Bunbury For service to the broadcast media, and to the Indigenous community of Western Australia.
William Morros Bundy For service to the community of Cowra.
Thomas Michael Burton For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio Olympic Games 2016.
Dr Fiona Lee Bush For service to community history and heritage preservation.
Bronte Lynn Campbell For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Stephanie Janet Camplin For service to the broadcast media, and to the community of Bathurst.
Alexander John Carmody For service to youth, and to medical and emergency service organisations.
Charlotte Emily Caslick For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Thelma Castles For service to the community through charitable organisations.
Kyle Brett Chalmers For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The late Donald Brian Chambers For service to local government, and to the community of Victoria.
Janette Dawn Chantry For service to local government, and to the community of Moonee Valley.
Anthony Eugene Chaplin For service to veterans and their families.
Shirley Dawn Chapman For service to charitable organisations.
Dr David Timothy Chen For service to medicine, and to professional associations.
Emilee Jane Cherry For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
The Reverend Dr Roger Henry Chilton For service to the Anglican Church of Australia, and to the community.
The late Lieutenant Colonel Graeme Alistair Clark (Retired) For service to veterans and their families.
Edward Malcolm Clarke For service to the community through sporting organisations.
Paul Stephen Clarke For service to international humanitarian health programs, and to the optical profession.
The late John Arthur Clift For service to the thoroughbred horse breeding and racing industries, and to the community.
Duncan Cochrane For service to canoe polo.
Peter Joseph Cochrane For service to the community through support for charitable organisations.
Warren Alfred Cole For service to the community through social welfare organisations.
Barry Joseph Collier For service to the Parliament of New South Wales, to the law, and to education.
Barry John Collins For service to local government, and to the community of Mount Gambier.
Michael Dudley Collins Persse MVO For service to secondary education, and to history.
Trevor Robert Conlon For service to heritage preservation, and to the community of the Coromandel Valley.
Garry Robert Connelly For service to the community of Coolah.
Esma Beryl Coombe For service to veterans and their families.
Professor Gabrielle Mary Cooper For service to the pharmacy sector, and to tertiary education.
Graham John Cooper For service to local government, and to the community of Cunderdin.
Brian William Cossar For service to veterans and their families, and to the community.
Allyson Marie Costanzo For service to people who are deaf or hard of hearing.
Stewart Trevor Coutts For service to the community of Benalla.
Allister Mark Cox For service to orchestral and choral music.
Andrew Niven Creek For service to business, particularly to the domestic gas industry.
Douglas Charles Crocker For service to the community of Armidale.
Paul Vincent Crofts For service to veterans and their families.
Ruth Evelyn Crofts For service to community history and heritage preservation.
Anne Winifred Cronin For service to community health, and to medical research organisations.
Jill Elizabeth Cross For service to the community of Dardanup.
Lola May Cummins For service to local government, and to the community of Junee.
John Ross Cunningham For service to the Indigenous community of Western Australia.
Gwenyth Mary Cutler For service to people with autism.
Chloe Elysha Dalton For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Dr Mirza Rajabati Datoo For service to medicine as a general practitioner in rural New South Wales.
Brayden Duane Davidson For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Heath Arthur Davidson
Noela Isobel Davies For service to nursing, and to international humanitarian healthcare programs.
Jennifer Joan Davis For service to the performing arts in Western Australia.
Philip Davis For service to cricket.
Ronald Charles de Gruchy For service to the superannuation industry, to seniors, and to the community of Joondalup.
Professor Hugh Grant Dickson For service to aged care and rehabilitation, and to medical education and administration.
Robyn Elizabeth Dilger For service to the community of Flinders Island.
Bernard Carl Dingle For service to military history.
Timothy Malcolm Disken For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Marilyn Louise Dixon For service to local government, and to the community of Bingara.
Philomena Antoinette Docherty For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Meredith Anne Doig For service to the community, to higher education, and to business.
John Francis Donegan For service to sport, and to the community of Casterton.
Vedran Drakulic For service to the community through a range of charitable organisations.
Ronald Dryburgh For service to the community of Albion Park.
Wendy Elizabeth Drysdale For service to the community, and to young women.
Janet Mary Duhne For service to surf lifesaving.
Gregory James Duncan For service to the community, and to the business and automotive sectors.
William Brian Duncan For service to veterans and their families.
Andrew John Edmondson For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Colin John Edwards For service to veterans and their families.
Dr Ann Elizabeth Ellacott For service to medicine, to community health, and to education.
Angus James Emmott For service to conservation and the environment.
Peter Leon Enderby For service to the community, particularly to Justices of the Peace.
Chloe Jeannie Esposito For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Margaret "Lee" Estens For service to the community of Moree.
Gemma Etheridge For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Jean Marie Evans For service to the beef cattle industry, and to the community.
Dorothy Anne Every For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Samuel Ronald Eyres For service to lawn bowls.
John William Farmer For service to optometry, and to the community. [10]
Benjamin John Fawcett For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Maureen Dorothy Fegan For service to children and their families.
Janice Dawn Ferguson For service to the Indigenous communities of the Northern Territory.
John Abbott Ferguson For service to sailing, and to the community.
Dr Allan Anthony Fife For service to aged welfare, to business, and to the property sector.
Charles David Figallo For service to business, and to the community of South Australia.
Frederick Bradley Finch For service to maritime history preservation.
Paul James Finch For service to the community, particularly to social welfare.
Simon Brett Finney For service to the community through children's medical organisations.
Associate Professor Gayle Olivia Fischer For service to medicine in the field of dermatology.
The late Wayne Stanley Fisher For service to veterans and their families.
Jack Miller Fletcher For service to the primary industry sector in Western Australia.
Robyn Nancy Florance For service to community history and heritage preservation.
Dr John Murray Flynn RFD For service to medicine, and to medical education.
Dr John Terence "Terry" Flynn For service to medicine, and to medical administration.
Michael Francis Foley For service to the community of the Northern Territory.
Dr Albert Edward Foreman For service to medicine, particularly in rural and remote areas.
Frank Reginald Fraser For service to community music.
Clinical Professor Gregory Ronald Fulcher For service to medicine, and to medical administration.
Michael Noel Gainger For service to the community through children's charitable organisations.
Robin Louise Gallen For service to community health.
Wayne Darwin Gardiner RFD For service to military history, and to veterans and their families.
Dr Jennifer Anne Gardner For service to conservation and the environment.
Dr Darryl John Gauld For service to education, and to social justice and human rights.
Angelo Gavrielatos For service to industrial relations, and to educational organisations.
Valerie May George For service to the women's health, and to the community of the Nepean Valley.
Eric Mervyn Giblett For service to veterans and their families.
Dr Patrick Hudson Giddings For service to rural and remote medicine.
Sandra Campbell Gorringe For service to education administration, and as drama teacher.
Leonard James Graff For service to sports administration, and to the community.
Athol David Graham For service to the community of Benalla.
Dr John Richard Graham For service to medicine as a gastroenterologist.
Peter Ross Graham For service to swimming.
Ellia Tiriseyani Green For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Graham Norman Greenwood For service to the print media as a journalist in rural areas.
Janet Elizabeth Grieve For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Donald Stuart Gruber For service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Kazimierz Grzesiak For service to the Polish community of Victoria.
Christopher John Hanley For service to literature, and to Indigenous education.
Ricky John Hanlon For service to Australian rules football.
Daryl James Hanly For service to secondary education in Queensland.
Jennifer Gibson Happell For service to the community through voluntary roles with horticultural organisations.
Eleanor Joy Hardie For service to aviation through administrative roles.
Vaughan Mark Harding For service to aged care organisations.
John Mitchell Hardy For service to veterans and their families.
Deirdre Joan Hargreaves For service to the community of Ormiston.
Jonathan Bruce Harris For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Rosemary Harris For service to the community of Oberon.
Colin Andrew Harrison For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Robert Gordon Harrison For service to surveying, and to professional organisations.
Ian Lance Hatcher For service to lawn bowls.
Geoffrey Eugene Healy For service to the broadcast media through technical and engineering roles.
Thomas John Heanly For service to the community of Benalla.
Dawn Lorrainne Heffernan For service to education, and to the community.
Neville Maxwell Heffernan
Alexander John Hehr For service to the broadcast media, particularly through community radio.
Darren Franz Helmann For service to the community of Wyndham through a range of sporting clubs.
Heather Emily Hewett MBE For service to the Indigenous community of the Northern Territory.
Terry Alan Hewett For service to adventure tourism, and through fundraising roles for charitable organisations.
Anthony William Hickey For service to the community of the Gold Coast, and to charitable organisations.
David Hedley Hicks For service to the community through charitable organisations.
Jennifer Joy Hill For service to the rural community of Queensland.
Kevin Herbert Hill For service to local government, and to the community of Bankstown.
Peter Donald Hitchener For service to the broadcast media as a journalist and television presenter, and to the community.
Michael Joseph Hobbs For service to the visual arts as a supporter and benefactor.
Charles Holckner For service to the community through support for a range of organisations.
Barbara Claire Holden For service to lawn bowls.
William Geoffrey Holdich For service to Rugby Union in South Australia.
Robert George Holden For service to cricket.
David Barry Holloway For service to military history organisations.
Ivan Ackland Holt For service to the community through roles with social welfare organisations.
Yvonne Lorraine Holt For service to veterans and their families.
Christine Julie Hopton For service to surf lifesaving.
Anne Margaret Horrigan-Dixon For service to the community of Fitzroy, and through support for refugees.
Mackenzie James Horton For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Alan Winley Hoskins For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, and to the community.
Dr David John Hough For service to the performing arts as a journalist and author.
Clinical Professor Robert Bernard Howman-Giles For service to nuclear medicine, and to professional organisations.
Terry Thomas Hughes For service to business, particularly in the education sector.
Moreen Daphne Hull For service to children, and to the community of Burnside.
Richard Ingall For service to the community of Cessnock.
Keith Lindsay Irvine For service to community health through a range of volunteer roles, and to social welfare organisations.
Bela Janos Ivanyi For service to the visual arts, particularly as an educator and mentor.
Roland Elias Jabbour For service to commerce and industry, and to Australian-Arab relations.
Elizabeth June Jackson For service to women, and to the community of Central Queensland.
Mary Frances Jacquier For service to Catholic education in South Australia.
Ian Samuel Jarratt For service to the community, particularly to the rights and protection of consumers.
Thomas Francis Jehn For service to veterans and their families.
Leigh Andrew Johns For service to the community through performing arts and primary health care organisations, and to industrial relations.
Dorothy Eileen Johnson For service to the community of New Lambton.
John Stuart Johnstone For service to rifle shooting.
Glenys Margaret Joliffe For service to table tennis.
James Llewellyn Jones For service to veterans and their families.
Peter Jones For service to public administration in Queensland, and to the art.
Richard Leslie Jones For service to the community of the Hunter.
Sister Mary Kavanagh For service to education, and to the Presentation Sisters Victoria.
Antoine Kazzi For service to the Lebanese community, and to journalism.
Ian Gordon Kelly For service to conservation and the environment in Western Australia.
Dr Francis Michael Kelleher For service to horse sports, and to agriculture education.
Diane Lesley Kelly For service to the community of north-west Tasmania through a range of organisations.
Kathleen Margaret "Katie" Kelly For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Sandra Ann Kelly For service to the Indigenous community of North Queensland.
John Charles Kennedy For service to local government, and to the community of Campbelltown.
Dr Martha Louise Kent For service to medicine, particularly to mental health.
Dr Jennifer Kay King For service to medicine in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology.
Dr Leonard Jack Kliman
John Warner Knowles For service to aged care delivery in Victoria.
Vincent Kong For service to the Chinese community of Sydney.
Kerry Lee Kornhauser For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Leonard Michael Krause For service to community music, particularly to brass bands.
Sydney Michael Kruger For service to local government, and to the community of the Fraser Coast.
James Edward Lane For service to veterans and their families.
Maureen Claire Larkin For service to the community of Penola.
Michael Sidney Lawrence For service to education, to youth, and to the community.
Neville Denzil Lawrence For service to the community of Gresford.
Catherine Elaine Lawson For service to horticultural history.
Skye Playfair Leckie For service to the community through fundraising and charitable support roles.
Ivan Lewis Lee For service to the community.
Graham Stewart Lees For service to surf lifesaving.
Terence Patrick Lees For service to the community of Mount Isa, and to mental health in rural and remote areas.
Rosalind Sinclair Leigh For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Karen Jayne Leonard For service to international humanitarian organisations.
Michelle Maria Leonard For service to the community, and to the performing arts.
Francis Jeffrey Lewis For service to the community of Moora, and to local government.
Graham Noel Lewis For service to the community through a range of volunteer roles.
Kaye Florence Lewis For service to the community of Moora.
Matt Franklin Lewis For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Dr Vinh Binh Lieu For service to the Vietnamese community of New South Wales, and to medicine.
Beryl "Joan" Lindner For service to the community of Tanunda.
Barry Roland Ling For service to athletics.
Matthew David Linn For service to the community through refugee support organisations.
Kenneth James Longworth For service to the community of Newcastle.
Frederick John "Jack" Lunn For service to the print media, and to the community.
William Ewe Min Lye For service to the law, to business, and to the promotion of cultural diversity.
Ashleigh Kate McConnell For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games. [11]
Marion Josephine McConnell For service to community health.
William Colls McCutcheon For service to local government, and to the community of the Western Downs.
Neil Hugh MacDonald For service to the community of Vasse.
Michael John McEwan For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Dianne Maree MacFarlane For service to the community of Echuca-Moama.
Curtis Wain McGrath For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Kathrine Mary McGrath For service to children, and to the broadcast media as a journalist.
Robert John McInerney For service to veterans and their families, and to surf lifesaving.
Georgene Louise McKenzie-Hicks For service to the international community, and to the Uniting Church in Australia.
Emma McKeon For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Peter K Mackinnon For service to aged care in New South Wales.
Stewart James McLeod PSM For service to local government administration, and to the community of Dubbo.
Margaret Elizabeth McMahon For service to community health.
Robert John McManus For service to the community through a range of social welfare organisations.
Susan Maree McQueen For service to veterans and their families.
Linda Marian Madill For service to the community of Launceston.
Meredith Parker "Maggie" Macguire For service to the visual and performing arts in Victoria.
Leonard Barry Mahemoff For service to the Jewish community through a range of organisations.
Helen Maree Mahoney For service to the community, particularly to children.
Dr William Borthwick Maiden PSM For service to education in the Australian Capital Territory.
Allan James Marsland For service to cross country skiing.
Susan Louise Marstaella For service to local government, and to the community of the Mitchell Shire.
Alfred Derrick Mason For service to the community of Boorowa.
Lindsay Bruce McKay For service to sailing, and to health and social welfare groups.
Raymond Francis Meagher For service to the performing arts as an actor.
William John Meaklim For service to Australian rules football.
Robert "Bruce" Mellett For service to the broadcast media, and to the community of Renmark.
William Harvey Mellor For service to local government, and to the community of Gayndah.
The Reverend Dr Wayne David Melrose For service to tropical medicine, and to the community through chaplaincy roles.
Professor Ian Arthur Meyers For service to dentistry, to professional associations, and to tertiary education.
The Reverend Neale Michael RFD For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, and to the community.
Patricia Mary Michell For service to the creative arts in South Australia.
Bernard Sean Millane For service to local government, and to the communities of Whitehorse and Timor Leste.
Helen Elaine Miller For service to veterans and their families.
Yair Phillip Miller For service to the community through a range of organisations, and to interfaith relations.
Barry Edward Minister For service to the community, particularly through support for charitable organisations.
Lynette Jean Molan For service to the community, particularly to those mourning the loss of a child.
Maisie Jean Moloney For service to the community, particularly through youth organisations.
Traudl Moon For service to the performing arts through administrative roles with orchestras.
Isobel Ann Morgan For service to the community as a supporter and patron of social welfare and arts organisations.
Janet Pauline Morris For service to the community of Horsham.
Jeanette Alice Morris For service to aged persons in the Australian Capital Territory.
Thomas John Morris For service to the building and construction industry.
Noeline Margaret Munro For service to the community of the Southern Highlands.
Kerry Wayne Murtagh For service to veterans and their families.
Jeanette Mustafa For service to the Albanian community in Australia.
Dawn Esther Nettheim For service to music.
Andrew John Newland RVM For service to the Crown, and through support for charitable organisations.
Peter Joseph Nickl For service to youth through Scouting.
Susan Mary Nixon For service to the community, particularly to women.
Colin James North For service to charitable organisations, and to business.
Susan Lesley Nurse For service to the Uniting Church in Australia.
Shirley Louise Org For service to the community through disability support organisations.
Carmel Therese O'Brien For service to mental health and social welfare organisations.
Dr Emma Kathryn O'Brien For service to community health through music therapy programs.
Judith Alexandra O'Brien For service to the community of the Southern Highlands.
William Elwin O'Brien For service to the Indigenous community of northern New South Wales.
Joan Kathleen O'Brien For service to golf.
Stephen John O'Connell For service to the performing arts.
Neville James Oddie For service to conservation, and to reconciliation.
John Gerrard O'Loughlin For service to the community through church and social welfare groups.
Margaret Therese O'Neill For service to local government, and to the community of the Goulburn region.
Alan Leslie Orrock For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Sister Mary Agnes O'Shannassy For service to the community through church and social welfare bodies.
Jill Betty Page For service to the performing arts, and to the community.
Brent Aris Palfreyman For service to cricket in Tasmania.
Archibald Park For service to education, and to industrial arts.
Elizabeth Anne Parkinson For service to veterans and their families.
Keith Raymond Parry For service to the community, and to youth through Scouting.
Shannon Michelle Parry For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Lakeisha Dawn Patterson For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Cecily Ann Pearson For service to the Crown, and to public administration.
Mary Louisa Peden For service to botanical organisations, and to philanthropy.
Evania Faeea Pelite For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Elizabeth Dorothy Pender For service to the community, particularly through social welfare organisations.
Wing Commander Geoffrey Alan Peterkin (Retired) For service to veterans and their families.
Andrew James Petrie For service to local government, to the financial sector, and to the community.
Colin Alexander Philippson For service to the community, and to motor racing.
Ronald Alexander Pidcock For service to the performing arts in Victoria.
Bruce Pigdon For service to the community of Yarrawonga.
Anne Jenette Pratt For service to the community through mental health support groups.
Paul Robert Prestwich For service to the community of South Australia.
Gary John Pritchard For service to children as a foster carer.
Gaynor Iris Pritchard
Andrew John Purchas For service to rugby union, and to the promotion of social inclusion for LGBTI people.
Alicia Jane Quirk For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Julie Marjorie Raines For service to the performing arts as a musician and teacher.
Donald John Randall For service to veterans and their families, and to the community.
Reginald John Rankins For service to the community of the Blue Mountains.
Melanie Jane Raymond For service to youth, to social welfare, and to the community.
Dorothy Jean Reading For service to community health, particularly to people with cancer.
Scott Peter Reardon For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Vivienne Margaret Reed For service to the visual arts.
Shirley Margaret Reeves For service to youth, and to the community.
Hilda Merydith Reid For service to golf, and to the community.
Deirdre Yates Relph For service to the community of Maffra.
Patricia Mary Reynolds For service to the Catholic Church in Australia.
Clifford Anthony Richards For service to veterans and their families.
Associate Professor Gary Edward Richardson For service to medicine, particularly in the area of oncology.
Arthur George Rickersey For service to youth, and to the community.
Edmond James Roberts For service to veterans, and to disability support organisations.
Patricia Clive Roberts For service to people with a disability, and to the community of Wollongong.
Philip McKenzie Roberts For service to the community of Ballarat.
Squadron Leader Alan William Robertson CSM, RFD (Retired) For service to veterans, and to the community.
The late Eric Allen Robinson For service to business in the area of professional audio and lighting equipment.
Evelyn Elizabeth Robinson For service to the community, particularly to persons separated by adoption.
John Thomas Robinson BM For service to the community of Victoria.
Shirley May Robson For service to the community of Tasmania.
June Anne Roe For service to veterans and their families.
Roslyn Francis Rogers For service to youth, and to charitable organisations.
Frances Dorothy Rose For service to victims of crime through advocacy and support roles.
Associate Professor Mark Roth For service to therapeutic optometry, and to professional bodies.
Mavis John Rowlands For service to conservation, to youth, and to the community.
Margaret Elizabeth Rudwick For service to women, and to the community.
Alice Lillian Rule For service to the community of Albany.
Peter Charles Ryan For service to veterans and their families.
John Edward Salmon For service to the environment, and to surf lifesaving. [12]
Kerryn Denise Salmon
Anne Marie Salvador For service to the international community through humanitarian programs.
Dr Purushottam Sawrikar For service to medicine, and to the Indian community of Sydney.
Bryan John Schafer For service to rugby league, and to veterans and their families.
Dr Richard John Schloeffel For service to medicine in the field of chronic and infectious disease.
Noel Robert Schmidt For service to community health.
Norbert Joseph Schweizer For service to the community through voluntary roles.
The Honourable Barbara Mary Scott For service to children, and to the Parliament of Western Australia.
Padmini Maryse Sebastian For service to multiculturalism, and to the community.
Ann Marie Selle For service to the community, and to health support programs.
Marion Frances Sewell For service to the community of Albany, and to youth.
John Alexander Shalit For service to the community, and to the construction industry.
Dr George Anthony Simpson For service to medicine, and to the community of Wauchope.
Neil John Simpson For service to cricket.
David John Sinclair For service to veterans and their families.
Andrew Thomas Sincock For service to cricket.
Catherine Anne Skinner For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Alex Smart For service to conservation and the environment.
Barbara Jean Smith For service to the community of the Eurobodalla region.
Bruce Allan Smith AFSM
Timothy James Smith For service to public administration, and to maritime history preservation.
Trevor Geoffrey Smith For service to local government, and to the community of Corangamite.
Allan John Sparkes CV For service to mental health support organisations, and to the community.
Janet Patricia Spooner For service to the community through charitable organisations.
Patricia Whitmore Spooner For service to the community through volunteer roles.
Dr Ranjana Srivastava For service to medicine, particularly in the field of doctor-patient communication.
Alan William Stafford For service to the community of Benalla, and to bushfire recovery projects.
Gary Starvrou For service to the community, particularly through music.
Ian Steel For service to children through social welfare programs.
William Parker Stephens For service to the performing arts through a range of roles.
Graeme John Stevenson For service to the visual arts.
Donald George Stewart For service to the community of the Central Coast.
Joan Katherine Stilgoe For service to hockey, and to the community.
Ralph Edward Stilgoe For service to sailing, and to the community.
The late Bronwyn Helen Stokes For service to medicine in regional New South Wales.
Shirley Margaret Stott Despoja For service to the print media as a journalist.
Graeme McLaren Stratford For service to higher education administration, and to the community.
Jacqueline Stricker-Phelps For service to the community, particularly to human rights and social welfare.
Henry John Stubbings For service to music, and to the community of Geelong.
Jack Oswald Sullivan For service to community history.
Janette Terese Sundell For service to the performing arts, and to philanthropy.
John Archibald Swan For service to music as a performer, and to the community through charitable organisations.
Ronald Maxwell Swan For service to local government, and to the community of Port Stephens.
Robert John Sweeney For service to veterans and their families.
Alan Synman For service to the community, and to architecture.
Kirsten Frances Tannenbaum For service to community health in Western Australia.
George Joseph Tatai For service to gymnastics.
Emma Louise Taylor For service to international children's development organisations.
Robyn te Velde For service to the community of the Illawarra.
Rosemary Ellen Terry For service to the Catholic Church in Australia, and to the community.
Tiffany Thomas Kane For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Dr Leslie Clifton Thompson For service to medicine, particularly to urology.
Peter Thomas Threlkeld For service to sport, to the community of south west Sydney, and to the transport industry.
James Joseph Tiberi For service to the community of the Blue Mountains.
Jeanette Alison Tidey For service to hockey.
Emma Kate Tonegato For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Glynn Henry Topfer For service to surf lifesaving.
The late Brian Edward Trouville For service to sport through canoeing, kayaking, and to surf lifesaving.
Soterios Tsouris For service to the Cypriot community of New South Wales.
Wayne William Turley For service to lawn bowls.
John Archbold Turnbull For service to secondary education.
Amy Justine Turner For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Catherine Elizabeth Turner For service to aged welfare, particularly to women.
James Michael Turner For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Carmel Beryl Tyers For service to youth through Scouting, and to the community.
Adrian Anthony Unger For service to people with Parkinson's disease.
David Thomas Uther For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Raymond Stanley Vincent For service to the community through a range of organisations.
Charles Gregory Wade For service to the community through a range of volunteer roles.
Kristian Jules Wale For service to youth, and to the community.
Pamela Joy Walker For service to the Uniting Church in Australia, and to pastoral care programs.
Paul Brian Walshe For service to the communities of Queanbeyan and Canberra.
Terence John Wand For service to rugby league.
Robert Fraser Ward For service to business, particularly to the motion picture industry.
Jayden Daniel Warn For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Neil Geoffrey Warren For service to the community of South Gippsland.
Alicia Jean Watson For service to the community through church and fundraising bodies.
Rachael Elizabeth Watson For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Joyce Valerie Watt For service to aged care, and to the community.
Dr Robert Stanley Webster For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Victoria.
William John Wheeldon For service to local government, and to the community of Wentworth.
The Reverend Dr Graham John Whelan For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Coffs Harbour.
Aileen Patricia White For service to the community through charitable organisations.
The Reverend Brother Anthony James White For service to education, and to the Catholic Church in Queensland.
Margery Lola Whitehead For service to the community through a range of volunteer roles.
Julianne Mary Whyte For service to community health through palliative care programs.
Malcolm John Whyte For service to youth, and to the community of Echuca.
Dr James Francis Wilkinson For service to medicine, and to choral music.
John Douglas Williams For service to the Parliament of New South Wales, and to the community of Broken Hill.
Sharni Maree Williams For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Ken Wilson For service to people who are homeless, and to the community.
Leone Eugenie Wilson For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Bundaberg.
Madison Maree Wilson For service to sport as a gold medallist at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games.
Raymond Ian Wilson For service to the community, and to sport.
Susan Jean Wilson For service to the community of Portarlington.
Mark Lester Windon For service to surfing through administrative roles.
John Theodor Wittwer For service to the community of Hahndorf.
McRae Norman Wood For service to the community of Latrobe, and to youth.
Dr Ronald Woods For service to science, particularly in the field of electrochemistry.
Sheriden Christine Wright For service to youth, and to the community of Toowoomba.
Peter Muir Wyllie For service to surf lifesaving, and to the community of Terrigal.
Yi Xu For service to education, and to the Chinese community of New South Wales.
Philip John Yeo For service to local government, to the community of the Wingecarribee, and to education.
Richard Gordon York For service to Australia-Czech Republic relations.
Dr Keith Warrington Zabell For service to medicine, particularly to ophthalmology.
Dr Allan Hyam Zavod For service to the performing arts as a musician and composer.

Military DivisionEdit

Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Commander Geoffrey Norman Fielder RAN For meritorious performance of duty in the field of Navy liaison and communication with higher Headquarters, Ministers and Government. [6]
Commander Steven Brian Reid RAN For meritorious performance of duty in the field of Navy Mine Warfare command and leadership.
Warrant Officer Nikolai Geoffrey Rofe For meritorious performance of duty as a Senior Sailor in the field of training and maritime operational preparedness.
Commander Richard Malcolm Westoby RAN For meritorious service in the field of amphibious warfare development in the Royal Australian Navy.
Army Warrant Officer Class One Kevin Charles Bishop For meritorious service in the field of Combat and Construction Engineering.
Mark Leslie Gaskell For meritorious service in the fields of personnel management and training development.
Major Martin Lenicka For meritorious service in successive Regimental Sergeant Major positions.
Air Force Group Captain Jason Werner Agius CSC For meritorious service to the Australian Defence Force in the fields of work, health and safety; hazardous chemical remediation and technical personnel capability development.

Meritorious ServiceEdit

Public Service Medal (PSM)Edit

 
Public Service Medal ribbon
State/
Territory
Recipient Citation Notes
Federal David John Braggett For outstanding public service in the area of aged care reform [13]
Rhana Sheila Crago For outstanding public service in the role of Executive Assistant in the Health and Finance portfolios.
Maria Fernandez For outstanding public service in advancing Australia's interest.
Katrina Anne Harry For outstanding public service in the area of veteran's entitlements.
Nicole Allison Hinder For outstanding public service in the area of biosecurity management.
Roxanne Louise Kelley For outstanding public service in the areas of public sector reform and governance, particularly in the Defence portfolio.
Matthew John Koval For outstanding public service to the advancement of Australian agriculture.
Paul Gregory Lang RFD For outstanding public service through the provision of legal advice to the Commonwealth.
Dr Ralph Lattimore For outstanding public service in the area of economic and social policy reform.
Michael Robert Pennell For outstanding public service in the development of the terrorism insurance scheme.
NSW Stephanie Susan Brown For outstanding public service to education in New South Wales as a teacher and administrator.
Mira Haramis For outstanding public service to education and training in the health sector in New South Wales.
Dr Pedro Thomas Harris For outstanding public service in New South Wales through the design and delivery of information technology solutions.
Gregorie George McTaggart For outstanding public service to the maintenance and conservation of the Sydney Opera House.
Peter Joseph Riordan For outstanding public service to industrial relations and education in New South Wales.
Graham Patrick Tobin For outstanding public service to the roads and maritime sector in New South Wales.
Mark Phillip Wilson For outstanding public service to the correctional sector in New South Wales.
VIC Professor Michael John Ackland For outstanding public service through contributions to the health and wellbeing of people in Victoria.
Maree Amanda Cameron For outstanding public service to residential aged care standards and improved quality of life for older persons in Victoria.
Dr Robin Anthony Hirst For outstanding public service through the development of community engagement with the museum and galleries sector in Victoria.
David "Graham" Parkes AFSM For outstanding public service to park management and environmental conservation in Victoria.
Professor German Carlos Spangenberg For outstanding public service through scientific research programs in the agricultural sector in Victoria.
Gemma Cecilia Varley For outstanding public service through the drafting of legislation in Victoria.
Michael Lawrence Wells For outstanding public service through the protection of rights for disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Victoria.
QLD Randall Burton Cox For outstanding public service to the natural resources sector in Queensland.
Dr Philip John Moody For outstanding public service to the environmental sector in Queensland.
Gerald Marian Murphy For outstanding public service to the transport and main roads sector.
Kevin James Yearbury For outstanding public service to the state of Queensland.
WA Stuart Jardine For outstanding public service to local government in Western Australia.
SA Rosina Antenucci For outstanding public service to education and to the teaching of English as an additional language.
Robert Glen Schwartz For outstanding public service in the field of intergovernmental fiscal relations, taxation policy and economic policy.
Joyleen Joan Thomas For outstanding public service in the area of employment, cultural inclusiveness and Indigenous events.
ACT Kerryn Eileen Ernst For outstanding public service to community health in the Australian Capital Territory.
Ian David Hill For outstanding public service to the tourism sector in the Australian Capital Territory.
Andrew James Kefford For outstanding public service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory through administrative roles.
NT Teresa Mary Hart For outstanding public service to governance, planning and administration in the Northern Territory.

Australian Police Medal (APM)Edit

 
Australian Police Medal ribbon
State/
Territory
Recipient Notes
Federal Detective Sergeant Mark Bradley Elvin [13]
Detective Sergeant Andrea Humphrys
Assistant Commissioner David John Sharpe
NSW Detective Chief Inspector David Alfred Adney
Chief Inspector Tracy Maree Chapman
Superintendent Anthony Paul Crandell
Chief Inspector David Ian Forbes
Senior Constable Paul Stephen Jones
Detective Chief Inspector David Laidlaw
Chief Inspector Christopher Andrew Smith
Chief Inspector Kim Rene Sorensen
Superintendent Mark Andrew Wright
VIC Assistant Commissioner Debra Joan Abbott
Commander Susan Mary Clifford
Senior Sergeant Philip David Eager
Superintendent Michael John Sayer
Detective Senior Sergeant Adam John Shoesmith
Detective Leading Senior Constable Katrina Sue Thomas
Detective Senior Sergeant Troy Derek Thomson
Inspector Gillian Wilson
QLD Superintendent Amanda Jane Brownhill
Sergeant Paula Anne Byrne
Inspector Peter Michael Flanders
Detective Inspector Christopher Glenn Jory
Inspector Trevor William Kidd
Superintendent Michelle Francis Young
WA Detective Superintendent Francis John Brandham
Detective Senior Sergeant Thomas Eric Mills
Superintendent Susan Young
SA Senior Sergeant Trudy Jean Andresen
Detective Senior Sergeant First Class Grant Andrew Garrity
Senior Sergeant First Class Manfred Helmut Wojtasik
TAS Senior Sergeant Danny Hilton Russell
Sergeant Lee-Anne Marie Walters
NT Superintendent Charles Robert Farmer
Senior Aboriginal Community Police Officer Betty Herbert

Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM)Edit

 
Australian Fire Service Medal ribbon
State/
Territory
Recipient Notes
NSW Harvey Alan Bailey [13]
Graham Charles Bennett
Brian Kevin Clarke
John Cullen
James Robert Fahey
David Frederick Felton
Ian Lindsay Grimwood
John Kjoller
Trevor Richard Penfold
VIC Anthony Reginald Arthur
Henry Charles Barton
William Bowery
Adam Edward Dalrymple
Kendra Leigh-Ann Dean
Paul Leslie King
Graham Petrie
Philip Scott Pringuer
James "Donald" Robertson
QLD Stephen Ross Christie
Alexander Charles Moroney
Joseph Gerard Ryan
WA Paul Edward Brarker
John Charles Tillman
SA Glenn Paul Benham
Robert George Davis
Corey Robert Dunn
Allan Malcolm Voigt
TAS Leo Thomas Berechree
David Russell Bonney
Jeffrey Jeffrey Smith
ACT Richard Francis Maloney
NT Mark Anthony Spain

Ambulance Service Medal (ASM)Edit

 
Ambulance Service Medal ribbon
State/
Territory
Recipient Notes
NSW Rosemary Joyce Hegner [13]
Allan Ross Loudfoot
Desiree Jane O'Brien
Susan Onlea Webster
VIC Henry Ernest Brindley
Glenys Marion Chapman
Colin Jones
Lindsay Rose Jones
Michelle Margaret Murphy
Paul Wilkinson
QLD Craig Emery
Patrick Michael Holdsworth
WA David "Paul" Davies
Paul Henry Gaughan
Denise Kathleen Lane
SA Andrew John Hillier
Duncan Colin Johnstone
Sheryl Annette Lewis
TAS Monica Charlotte Baker
John Leonard Campbell ESM
Kaye Caroline Fox

Emergency Services Medal (ESM)Edit

 
Emergency Services Medal ribbon
State/
Territory
Recipient Notes
NSW Shannon Noel Crofton [13]
Garry Thomas Smith APM
VIC Shane John Lapworth
Garry William Moncrieff
John Alan Retchford
QLD Paul Gregory Kelly
David Malcolm McLean
WA Phillip S Bresser
Jeffrey Philip Howe
Christopher Ian Johns
SA John Russell Baker
Shane Michael Daw
Michael Wayne Fix
TAS Christopher Malcolm Fagg OAM
Mhairi Jane Revie
Andrew Charles Taylor AFSM
NT Keith W Hutton

Distinguished and Conspicuous ServiceEdit

Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)Edit

 
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Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy RADM Trevor Jones, AO, CSC, RAN For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as the Commander Joint Task Force 633 while deployed to the Middle East Region from November 2014 to January 2016. [14]
Army COL G For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations in Iraq in 2015.
COL Matthew Jeremy Galton For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as the Commander Task Group Taji in Iraq in 2015.
LTCOL S For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations in Iraq.
Air Force GCAPT P For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations in Iraq in 2015.
GCAPT S For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as Commander Air Task Group 630 in Iraq from July 2015 to January 2016.

Distinguished Service Medal (DSM)Edit

 
Distinguished Service Medal ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Chief Petty Officer Paul Nicholas Mayer[15] For distinguished leadership in warlike operations during a complex insurgent attack in Kabul on 7 August 2015. [14]
Army Colonel Ashley Raymond Collingburn For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as the Training Task Unit Commander, within Task Group Taji One in Iraq in 2015.
Colonel Susan May Coyle, CSC For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as the Deputy Commander of Joint Task Force 636 and Commander Task Group 633.6 from June 2014 to July 2015.
Major R For distinguished leadership in warlike operations while deployed as Officer Commanding, Commando Company Group in Iraq.

Commendation for Distinguished ServiceEdit

 
Commendation for Distinguished Service ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Captain Shane Leonard Glassock, CSC, RAN For distinguished performance in warlike operations as a senior advisor to the Afghan Ministry of Interior. [14]
Army Captain A For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations as Commander of a Special Forces Advisory Team in Iraq.
Corporal C For distinguished performance in warlike operations as an advisor to 1st Iraqi Special Forces Brigade in Iraq.
Brigadier Justin Frederick Ellwood, DSC For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations as the Chief Joint Operations in Headquarters Resolute Support Kabul Afghanistan from September 2014 to September 2015.
Lieutenant Colonel Damien Leslie Green For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations as a Mentor and Deputy Senior National Representative at the Afghanistan National Army Officer Academy from September 2014 to July 2015.
Private J For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations providing critical medical support and clinical care.
Captain R For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations providing intelligence support in Iraq.
Corporal R For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations in providing coalition strike support.
Air Force Wing Commander G For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations as Commander of a Task Unit and the National Target Engagement Authority between November 2015 and March 2016.
Squadron Leader J For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations and outstanding airmanship.
Wing Commander M For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations as Commander Task Unit 630.2 and the National Target Engagement Authority between June 2015 and November 2015.

Bar to the Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC & Bar)Edit

 
Conspicuous Service Cross and Bar ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Army Brigadier Michael David Bond, CSC For outstanding achievement in enhancing the operational processes and outcomes of the United Nations Mission in South Sudan. [14]
Brigadier Nagy Maher Sorial, CSC For outstanding achievement supporting the execution of multiple complex military operations throughout the Middle East Region.

Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC)Edit

 
Conspicuous Service Cross ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Captain Jonathan Paul Earley, RAN For outstanding achievement and devotion to duty in maritime operational and humanitarian response planning and deployment. [14]
Commodore Stephen John Hughes, RAN For outstanding devotion to duty in the field of major warship introduction into service with the Royal Australian Navy.
Commander Douglas Macleod Theobald, RAN For outstanding achievement in the field of submarine operations and Fleet Anti-Submarine Warfare.
Army Warrant Officer Class Two Kevin Anthony Battste For outstanding achievement as the Regimental Quartermaster at the 1st Recruit Training Battalion.
Lieutenant Colonel Kurt Stephen Black-Sinclair For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of the 1st Military Police Battalion.
Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas John Bosio For outstanding achievement in the development of the operational Campaign Plan for the Combined Joint Task Force Headquarters in support of Operation Inherent Resolve.
Colonel Malcolm Geoffrey Brick For outstanding achievement in the management of logistic assets and support as Commander Joint Logistics Unit (East).
Lieutenant Colonel Lara Terese Bullpitt-Troy For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade One - Operations and Plans, Headquarters 1st Joint Movement Group.
Lieutenant Colonel Nicholas Andrew Duff For outstanding devotion to duty to clinical training and preparedness of health services personnel as the Deputy Director of Clinical Services, 2nd General Health Battalion, from 2012 to 2015.
Lieutenant Colonel Graham Malcolm Goodwin For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of the 10th/27th Battalion, the Royal South Australia Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Leslie Juckel For outstanding achievements in modernising digital networking and battle management systems capabilities.
Lieutenant Colonel David Christopher McGarry For outstanding achievement as Commander Australian Contingent with the Multinational Force and Observers, Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.
Lieutenant Colonel Daven Ray Pettersen For outstanding devotion to duty as Deputy Director International Engagement, Army.
Lieutenant Colonel Mark Hamilton Stone For outstanding achievement as Acting Commanding Officer 9th Force Support Battalion and Staff Officer Grade One Logistics, Headquarters 1st Division/Deployable Joint Force Headquarters.
Captain Wayne Michael Vickers, CSM For outstanding achievement in the innovation of digital communications.
Air Force Sergeant Craig Allan Barnes For outstanding achievement as combat control team assault zone survey specialist at Number 4 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force.
Wing Commander Bradley John Clarke, OAM For outstanding achievement in organisation and aerospace capability development as Commanding Officer of Number 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force.
Squadron Leader Adrian Gerard Greener For outstanding achievement in organisation and aerospace capability development as Commanding Officer of Number 35 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force.
Group Captain Andrew Nigel Lancaster For outstanding achievement as Commanding Officer of Number 382 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron and Director Engagement, Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Wing Commander Amanda Jane Leslie For outstanding devotion to duty in Air Force Reserve personnel administration and management.
Squadron Leader Rodney Charles Orrock For outstanding devotion to duty as the KC-30A Multi Role Tanker Transport Weapon System Support Manager in the Heavy Air Lift Systems Program Office.
Group Captain S For outstanding achievement in air combat development and preparedness as Commanding Officer of Number 1 Squadron, Royal Australian Air Force.

Bar to the Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM & Bar)Edit

 
CSM & Bar ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Captain Michael Joseph Turner, CSM, RAN For meritorious achievement in enhancing the Australian Defence Force's counternarcotic operations. [14]

Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM)Edit

 
Conspicuous Service Medal ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation Notes
Navy Chief Petty Officer Brian William Craig For meritorious achievement in executing the material support preparations for the certification, delivery and introduction into service of HMAS Adelaide. [14]
Chief Petty Officer Gregory Neil Fletcher[16] For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of propulsion management in HMAS Perth.
Lieutenant Commander Kathryn Rebecca Ford RAN For meritorious achievement in the development and implementation of the Australian Defence Force Training Systems School.
Lieutenant Commander Christopher William Neech RAN For meritorious achievement in the field of Guided Missile Frigate maintenance management.
Commander Gemma Maree Pumphrey RAN[17] For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of Defence communications and information infrastructure and services.
Warrant Officer Brendan Andrew Woodsell OAM For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of Navy values reform and training for recruits at HMAS Cerberus.
Army Sergeant Kim Maree Allen For meritorious achievement as a Multi-Media Technician Supervisor within 1st Intelligence Battalion.
Warrant Officer Class Two Matthew Russell Crighton For meritorious achievement in the development and implementation of embarked force coordination procedures in the Canberra Class Landing Helicopter Dock Ships.
Warrant Officer Class Two D For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of specialist communications training and support to special operations.
Signaller John Kenneth Davies For meritorious devotion to duty as an Information Systems Technician, 7th Signal Regiment (Electronic Warfare).
Lieutenant Colonel Damian Andrew Drain For meritorious achievement in the field of capital facilities and infrastructure project development.
Warrant Officer Class Two Phillip Matthew Grieve For meritorious achievement developing Army's Shadow Unmanned Aerial System capability.
Sergeant Rodney James Leece For meritorious devotion to duty as a Land Intelligence Instructor within the Defence Force School of Intelligence.
Captain Stephen Andrew Lomas For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of logistics management and support.
Sergeant S For meritorious devotion to duty delivering deployable capability and training as a member of the 1st Commando Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class One Simon Peter Thompson For meritorious achievement in force generation and training for the Royal Regiment of Australian Artillery.
Air Force Squadron Leader Tanya Michelle Evans For meritorious achievement in training delivery and organisational development as Chief Instructor of the Officers' Training School, Royal Australian Air Force.
Wing Commander Anthony George Grimmer For meritorious achievement in engineer and technical workforce management in the Royal Australian Air Force.
Flight Sergeant Daniel Anthony Harvey For meritorious achievement as the Senior Hypobaric Chamber Operator at the Royal Australian Air Force Institute of Aviation Medicine.
Flight Sergeant M For meritorious achievement as Senior Non-Commissioned Officer -Targets, Operation OKRA Air Task Group; and as Acting Officer in Charge - Target Materials Section, Number 460 Squadron.
Squadron Leader Stuart John Mattner For meritorious achievement in the fields of explosive ordnance and precision guided munitions.

ReferencesEdit

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  2. ^ Meritorious Service awards - summary, 26 January 2017, www.gg.gov.au (This list includes: Public Service Medal; Australian Police Medal; Australian Fire Service Medal; Ambulance Service Medal; and Emergency Services Medal.)
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External linksEdit

Media notes from www.gg.gov.au: