2007 Queen's Birthday Honours (Australia)

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The Queen's Birthday Honours 2007 for Australia.[1]

Order of Australia[edit]

Companion (AC)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Norman Ross Adler For service to business and commerce, particularly through the promotion of international trade and as a contributor to company and commercialisation development in Australia, to the community through administrative roles with educational institutions, and as a supporter of the arts.
Reverend Dr Peter Frederick Carnley For service to religion as Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, as a renowned theologian, and significant contributor to international inter-faith collaboration.
David Michael Gonski For service to the arts through charitable support and the development of policy initiatives, to business and commerce as a company director, to education, and to the community through a range of philanthropic endeavours.
Justice Margaret Anne McMurdo For service to the law and judicial administration in Queensland, particularly in the areas of legal education and women's issues, to the support of a range of legal organisations, and to the community.
Victor Smorgon For service to the community as a benefactor and supporter of a wide range of organisations, particularly in the areas of art, education and medicine.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Lieutenant general Peter Leahy For eminent service to the Australian Defence Force in command of the Australian Army and strategic staff appointments.

Officer (AO)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Gary Ronald Banks For service to the community as an economist through the development of public policy, particularly in the area of microeconomic reform and regulation.
Dr John Barton Best For service to medicine and to public health through support for strategic health research and policy development, and as a contributor to the development of rural and remote health services and medical education programs, particularly in Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities and regional Victoria.
Professor Judith Lee Black For service to medicine, particularly as a researcher and teacher in the field of respiratory pharmacology, and through executive and other roles in research related organisations.
Mark Douglas Burrows For service to the corporate sector in leading the development of nationally uniform corporate law and financial market regulation, and to the arts through contribution to theatre.
John Marcus Cassidy For service to university administration, to the civil engineering and construction industries, and to the community.
Justice Alex Chernov QC For service to the law through a range of judicial and administrative roles with Victorian, national and Asia-Pacific bodies, and to education through the University of Melbourne.
Professor Colin Nicholson Chesterman For service to medicine and medical research, particularly in the fields of vascular biology, to education, and to the support of national and international professional organisations.
Ashley John Cooper For service to tennis through a range of organisations that administer and promote the sport, and as a player, coach and mentor to junior players.
Sister Eileen Ann Daffy For service to education through leadership and development roles in Catholic secondary schools in Australia and Pakistan, and to the community through Caritas Pakistan.
Emeritus Professor Peter LePoer Darvall For service to education, as Vice-Chancellor of Monash University and as an engineering academic and researcher.
Professor Kenneth John Donald For service to medicine as an academic and administrator, particularly as a contributor in the fields of pathology and community health.
Sister Regis Mary Dunne For service to medicine, particularly through promotion and support of bioethics in medical research, and as a researcher in the field of genetics.
George Rex Edmondson For service to conservation and the environment, particularly through natural resource management organisations and the Landcare movement, and to local government.
Dr Brian Stanley Fisher For service to agricultural economics, international trade and climate change through research and public policy analysis.
Ian Charles Harris For service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly through the administration of the House of Representatives and its committees, to promotion of parliamentary practice and procedure, and to assisting the understanding of the functions of parliament internationally.
Ivan David James For service to the manufacturing industry, particularly the automotive component sector and through the Australian Industry Group, and to the community through church and overseas aid organisations.
Professor Anne Kelso For service to science, particularly in the field of immunology and vaccine research through contributions to a range of scientific organisations, and as an academic and mentor.
Professor Iain Duncan McCalman For service to history and to the humanities as a teacher, researcher and author, and through administrative, advocacy and advisory roles in academic and public sector organisations.
Professor Colin Patrick McKerras For service to Asian studies and international relations, particularly in the field of Chinese society, culture and language.
Neil Mitchell For service to the print, radio and television media, and to the community through a range of charitable institutions.
Allan James Myers QC For service to the community through support and sponsorship of a range of educational, Indigenous, heritage and art organisations, to the law, and to business.
Maria Josephine Myers For service as a philanthropist supporting and endowing a range of charitable, Indigenous, heritage and art organisations.
Mark Ian Paterson For service to business and industry through policy development and economic research, to the resources sector in the areas of energy regulation and marketing, and to tourism development.
William Francis Robinson For service as one of Australia's most distinguished landscape artists, for support and philanthropy to Australian art, and for the encouragement and education of young and emerging artists.
Emeritus Professor Jillian Isobel Roe For service to the community through the promotion of Australian history as a researcher and author, through executive roles in professional organisations particularly as Chair, Editorial Board, Australian Dictionary of Biography, and to education.
Justice Geza Kim Santow For service to the judiciary and to the law; to education, particularly in the area of university governance; and to the arts.
Dr Beth Schultz For service to conservation and the environment in Western Australia, particularly through the protection of the South West old growth forests.
Donald Malcolm Talbot For service to swimming, particularly through the development and implementation of innovative coaching programs.
Michael John Taylor For service to the management of natural resources and industry policy development at the Federal level and also in Victoria, particularly in the area of agriculture, and through contributions to transport, water, food and safety standards.
Dennis John Trewin For service to statistics as the Australian Statistician, particularly through the reform of reporting standards and practices and support for a range of national and international professional organisations, and to the community.
Alan Brian Whelpton For service to the community, particularly through the promotion of surf lifesaving at state, national and international levels, and as an administrator in a range of roles related to sport.
Roger Bruce Wilkins For service to public administration in New South Wales, particularly as a contributor to a range of new policy initiatives, and to arts administration.
Warwick James Wilkinson For service to the professional and business communities, particularly as a contributor to a range of regulatory and competition policy organisations, and to the pharmacy profession and the pharmaceutical industry.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Major general John Patrick Cantwell For distinguished service as the Director of Strategic Operations for the Multi-National Force – Iraq.
Major general Mark Evans For distinguished service to the Australian Defence Force in senior command and staff appointments.
Air Force Air vice-marshal John Nicholas Blackburn For distinguished service to the Royal Australian Air Force as Commander of the Integrated Area Defence System and Deputy Chief of Air Force.

Member (AM)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Councillor Barbara Helen Abley For service to local government and regional development, particularly through the Geelong Region Alliance, and to the community through a range of aged care, disability, health and service organisations.
Professor Robert John Adams For service to urban design, town planning and architecture through the implementation of programs, projects and policies that have transformed the City of Melbourne.
Robert James Aitken For service to the community through a range of roles with Rotary and to sporting organisations in coaching and administrative roles.
Sauro Antonelli For service to the community through a range of roles with Rotary and to sporting organisations in coaching and administrative roles.
Terrey Philip Arcus For service to the community through advisory roles with major cultural organisations and philanthropic support for health, education and art organisations.
Gaynor Marjorie Austen For service to library and information management, particularly through the integration and management of new and evolving resources available in university libraries, and executive roles with a range of professional associations.
Kareena Eileen Ballard For service to workforce training and development in the construction and property services sector, to the real estate profession, and to the community.
Clyde Ian Barclay For service to the building and construction industry through the improvement of training programs for apprentices and trainees in the industry in Queensland, and through executive roles with a range of organisations.
Professor Bryanne Waldie Barnett For service to psychiatry and to the community through research and the development of intervention programs and services in the areas of infant, child, adolescent and maternal mental health and well-being, and to professional organisations.
Professor Sydney Malcolm Bell For service to medicine, particularly through the development and maintenance of public sector pathology services and the provision of expert advice to a range of health organisations, and to medical research and education.
Raelene Ann Boyle For service to the community through a range of roles with organisations that support people with cancer, particularly Breast Cancer Network Australia.
Dr Kerry John Breen For service to medicine through the advancement of medical ethics and professional standards of training and practice and to the speciality of gastroenterology as a clinician and teacher.
The Honourable Robert James (Bob) Brown For service to the Australian Parliament, particularly in the area of transport policy, to the community of the Hunter Region through local government, heritage and sporting organisations, and to economics education.
Ruth Elizabeth Bunyan For service to education through the Invergowrie Foundation, the Council of International Schools, and as Principal of Strathcona Baptist Girls Grammar School.
Ross Murdoch Bunyon For service to commerce and industry in New South Wales through the management and reform of government business enterprises, and to the community through the Christian Brethren Church.
Dr James Michael Butler For service to medicine in the field of dermatology, particularly through the establishment of the Skin and Cancer Foundation, and to the Australasian College of Dermatologists.
Mary Cameron For service to the legal profession and to the community through significant contributions to the early development of family law, women's legal rights and the role of women in the law.
Philip Marcus Clark For service to the legal profession and business, particularly through the development of national law firms and encouraging corporate involvement in community programs.
The Honourable Barry Cohen For service to the Australian Parliament and to the community through a range of cultural and environmental roles and contributions to public discussion and debate.
Roger Anthony Cook For service to business in the areas of property consultancy and development and to the community of South Australia through contributions to a range of infrastructure, tourism and sporting organisations.
Professor George Henry Cooney For service to secondary education, particularly through contributions to scholarship, research and policy development in the areas of curriculum, educational testing, and standards based assessment.
Gregory Rolph Copley For service to the international community through strategic research and analysis of economic, social, political, security and environmental conditions to assist decision making agencies.
John Francis Corboy For service to the agricultural sector, particularly the fruit growing and processing industries, and to the community of the Goulburn Valley.
Professor Anthony Douglas (Tony) Cousins For service to literary studies as an academic, author and international specialist in the field of early modern British literature.
Marilyn Kay Craddock For service to the antiquarian book trade, to professional associations and promotion of the industry in Australia and internationally, and to small business through contributions to the advancement of the City of Melbourne.
Perry Rothrock Crosswhite For service to sport, particularly through executive roles with the Commonwealth and Olympic Games organisations, and to basketball as a competitor at national and international levels.
James Anderson Darling For service to conservation and the environment, particularly through the development of sustainable land management practices, to the arts, and to the community of Keith.
Anthony William Darvall For service to the legal profession, to sustainable urban and transport infrastructure development in Victoria, and to the community.
Professor Paul Charles Davies For service to science, particularly the disciplines of physics, cosmology and astrobiology, as an educator, author and public commentator.
Professor Patrick de Deckker For service to science through research and teaching in the areas of palaeoclimate studies, salination and climate change, and through the initiation and support of international scientific collaboration.
Arthur Edwin Delbridge For service to business and commerce, particularly in the areas of public relations and annual reporting, and to the community through charitable organisations.
Ibrahim Hussein Dellal For service to the Islamic and Turkish communities, particularly through the establishment of educational facilities and settlement programs for migrants, and to the promotion of interfaith dialogue.
Ian William Donaldson For service to the community through the development of leukaemia support foundations, to philanthropic and church organisations, and to business and commerce.
Dr Christina Margaret Drummond For service to public health in the field of communicable disease control, particularly through international humanitarian aid programs.
Dr David Geoffrey Dufty For service to education, particularly through contributions to social and cultural education curriculum development and implementation in New South Wales schools, and to the community of the Bouddi Peninsula area.
Distinguished Professor Dexter Colboyd Dunphy For service to education, particularly in the fields of organisational change, corporate sustainability and business management, and to the community.
Peter Douglas Eastwood For service to accountancy through roles with private and public sector agencies, and to the community of Perth through educational and research organisations.
Margaret Ursula Eldridge For service to the community through organisations that provide assistance to international students, migrants and refugees, and to the promotion of multiculturalism and cultural awareness.
Dr Evan Richard Everest For service to the community through leadership and dedication in improving helicopter rescue services in South Australia, and to medicine, particularly in the area of critical care.
Dr Ralph Anthony (Tony) Fischer For service to agricultural science in Australia and developing countries, particularly wheat research in the areas of grain yield and crop cultivation and management.
Professor Richard Hamilton Fisher For service to the legal profession, to law reform in relation to insolvency and the protection of creditor rights, and to the community.
Gweneth Edith (Gwen) Fletcher For service to the development of the financial planning industry through the establishment of national organisations and training and educational programs, and as a mentor to women in the finance industry.
Graeme Leslie Fordham For service to youth, particularly through leadership roles in the development of the Scouting movement in New South Wales.
Professor Richard Mark Fox For service to medicine in the areas of clinical oncology and research, to medical education and training, and through governance and leadership roles within professional organisations.
Michael John Frankel For service to the law, particularly in the areas of cultural and intellectual property rights, to film and performing arts organisations, and to a range of media industry associations.
Professor Robert David Fraser For service to medicine, particularly in the area of spinal surgery as a clinician, to medical education and research, and through contributions to a range of professional organisations.
Arthur John Garland For service to the real estate industry through a range of executive roles with professional organisations, to the development of international relationships with property sector representatives, and to the community of Perth.
Professor Gina Malke Geffen For service in the field of neuropsychology as a researcher and educator, to the development of professional standards in psychology teaching and practice, and as an advocate for people with a brain injury.
Professor Graeme Allan George For service to science, particularly as a researcher in the area of polymer chemistry, through contributions to the development of new applications for biomedical and degradable plastics, and to the administration and promotion of science education.
Richard William Gibb For service to people with an intellectual disability, particularly through executive roles with the Inala school; to the accountancy profession; and to education and youth organisations.
Libby Gleeson For service to literature as an author and as an advocate for the development of literacy and learning in schools, as a mentor to young writers, and through a range of executive roles with professional literary organisations.
Dr Dawn Theresa Goodwin For service to education, particularly through contributions to tertiary, adult and community education, to the professional development of people working with youth, and to the Catholic Church in Australia.
John Wilson Gourlay For service to the community as a philanthropist supporting charitable organisations, educational institutions and business ethics programs, and to the accountancy profession.
Maurice Green For service to the community through fundraising and executive roles to support the rehabilitation programs of the Odyssey House McGrath Foundation.
Richard John Grellman For service to the community, particularly through leadership roles with Mission Australia and fundraising with Variety, The Children's Charity, and to the finance and insurance sectors.
Associate Professor John Andrew Gullotta For service to medicine through a range of executive roles with professional medical associations and as a general practitioner, and to the Italian community.
Charlie Gunabarra For service to the Indigenous population of north central Arnhem land through the development and provision of culturally sensitive health services, particularly for men's health.
Jack Henry Harty For service to the community through support for a range of health organisations, particularly the Mental Health Foundation of Australia, and to the legal profession.
Gerald (Gerry) Hatton For service to business and commerce through the development, introduction and adoption of new technologies in the logisitics and materials handling sector, and to industry training.
Naida Jean Haxton (Mrs Boddam-Whetham) For service to the legal profession and to the judiciary, particularly as the Editor of the New South Wales Law Reports and as a practitioner and educator.
Anthony George Hodgson For service to business, particularly through a range of executive roles in the finance sector, to the promotion and development of Rugby Union football, and to the horseracing industry.
Toni Ellen Hoffman For service to nursing and to the community through concern for the well-being of patients in the public health care system, and advocacy roles to improve standards of medical care.
Belinda Jane Hutchinson For service to business through a range of executive roles in the finance sector, and to the development of financial planning and fundraising initiatives for cultural, medical and social welfare organisations.
Robert William (Hank) Jenkins For service to wildlife conservation and management, particularly through contributions to the development of policies for sustainable international trade in wild fauna.
Professor Naguib Kanawati For service to education through archaeological research and the promotion and advancement of the study of Egyptology, and to the community.
Maxwell James (Max) Kimber For service to engineering, through infrastructure and commercial development of the natural gas pipeline industry, and national and international contributions to technical and economic regulatory standards.
Malcolm Leslie Lamb For service to education through executive roles with professional associations, the promotion of effective leadership in schools, and to the study of Asian languages.
Associate Professor Peter James Little For service to people with diabetes, particularly through executive roles with Diabetes Australia, and to research into the vascular effects, treatment and prevention of the disease.
Adjunct Professor John Frederick McAuliffe For service to the community particularly through executive roles in the areas of health care and public housing management, and to the property valuation industry.
Lawrence McCredie For service to legal education, particularly in the areas of tertiary administration and teaching, and to the community through advocacy roles for people living with a disability.
Bruce John McDonald For service to the Liberal Party of Australia, to the New South Wales Parliament, and to the transport industry.
William Raymond McIntosh For service to conservation and the environment, particularly through the advancement of natural resource management practices and conservation initiatives, and to remote area communities in South Australia.
Associate Professor Stephen Edward McIntyre For service to music as a concert pianist, teacher and supporter of young musicians, and through administrative roles with national and international music festivals and competitions.
Ian Melville McMaster For service to the sugar and steel industries through a range of executive roles, to the development of capital investment initiatives, research and industry reform, and to the advancement of community, government and industry partnerships.
Sister Ailsa Mary MacKinnon For service to the community through leadership roles in the Catholic education sector, to industrial and employment relations, and to the Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy, Parramatta.
Duncan Moir Malcolm For service to conservation and the environment through executive roles with a range of natural resource management organisations, and to the community of East Gippsland.
Dr Anthony Francis Mariani For service to medicine as a consultant physician in the fields of gastroenterology and internal medicine and through the development and promotion of preventive health care initiatives within the Italian community in Australia.
Reverend Barry Neil Martin For service to the community through contributions to the social welfare services of the Anglican Church, to young people at risk, to pastoral care and the promotion of ecumenism.
Hellen Lesly Matthews For service to the Indigenous communities of north central Arnhem land through the delivery of culturally sensitive primary and acute health care services, particularly for women and children.
David Arthur Miles For service to the community through support for Australian innovation and research, to public policy development in the areas of trade, taxation and international relations, and to the legal profession.
Stephen Brian Millar For service to the wine industry through a range of executive roles, to the advancement of the wine export market, professional development and industry reform, and to support for wetlands conservation.
Professor Anthony Crothers Milner For service to education in the field of Asian studies as an academic and author, and to international relations through the development of cross-cultural education and outreach activities.
Dr Mark Harold Moore For service to medicine in the field of plastic, reconstructive and rehabilitation surgery, particularly through the provision of humanitarian specialist surgical services in East Timor and Indonesia, and to professional development and education.
Dr Keith Gordon Neill For service to chemical science research, particularly through the development of innovative manufacturing applications in a range of areas, to professional development and to technical education.
Laurence Frederick O'Meara For service to the tourism and hospitality industries, particularly through the development and promotion of industry standards and accreditation, and export opportunities for Western Australia, and to the community through arts and heritage organisations.
Graeme Alston Park OAM For service to youth, particularly through leadership roles in the development of the scouting movement in Victoria.
Susan Mary Pascoe For service to education through a range of executive roles, particularly in the Catholic education sector, to curriculum policy development, to international relations through initiatives to provide opportunities and resources for educators in the Pacific region, and to the community.
Annabelle Nicole Pegrum For service to the planning, promotion, enhancement and development of Australia's national capital, and to architecture, particularly as a mentor to women in the profession.
Thomas Robin Phillips For service to business through the automotive industry, and to the community.
Ronald George Pitcher For service to business and commerce, particularly in the field of accountancy, and to the community through support for charitable organisations.
Allan George Pizzey For service to business and commerce, particularly in the field of accountancy, and to the community through support for charitable organisations.
Hugh Henry Ralston For service to engineering, particularly as a contributor to the advancement of innovative technology, to the Warren Centre for Advanced Engineering, and to the community.
Robert George (Rob) Ramjan For service to the community in the area of mental health, and to the Schizophrenia Fellowship of New South Wales.
Thora Marie Regan For service to women, particularly through the Catholic Women's League Australia, and to the community of Boorowa.
Timothy James Reid For service to the Australian apple and cherry industries as a grower and exporter, particularly through international market development.
Peter Ronald Richardson For service to the community in the area of employment through contributions to job network services and policies and to Mission Australia.
Reginald John Richardson For service to the visual arts as a supporter, patron and collector, and to the community through a range of social welfare and medical research organisations.
Emeritus Professor Peter James Rimmer For service to economic geography, and to urban and regional development in the Asia-Pacific Rim, particularly through research in the area of transport and communications systems.
Dr David Barry Rosenwax For service to dentistry, particularly through the Australian Society of Implant Dentistry, and to the community.
Alastair Montgomery Ross For service to forensic science, particularly as a contributor to the establishment and development of standards in the areas of quality, research, education and training.
Dr Leanne Rowe For service to medicine, particularly in the field of adolescent and Indigenous health, and through executive positions with a range of professional health organisations.
Colin McDougall (Mac) Russell For service to the electrical contracting sector as a contributor to its development and as a mentor and promoter of training programs.
Dr Ronald Lindsay Sandland For service to science and technology, particularly in the area of research management and through contributions to the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation.
Professor Graham Patrick Seal For service to the preservation and dissemination of Australian folklore, particularly through a range of academic, editorial and research roles.
Moira Edna Shannon OAM For service to the community through a range of organisations providing services to women, children and people with disabilities.
Dr Ruth Shatford For service to education, particularly as Principal of Tara Anglican School for Girls and through participation in professional educational organisations.
Dr Albert Shun For service to medicine as a paediatric surgeon, particularly in the areas of renal and liver transplantation.
Gemma Sisia For service to the international community through the establishment and development of The School of St Jude in Arusha, Tanzania.
Dr Kevin H Siu For service to medicine as a neurosurgeon and through contributions to a range of professional associations.
George Charles Smith For service to politics, particularly through the Legislative Assembly of Norfolk Island, and to the community through organisations involved in youth welfare and broadcasting.
Professor Bruce Arthur Stone For service to science, particularly in the field of biochemistry as a researcher, academic and administrator.
Josephine Gabriella Stone For service to the community of the Northern Territory, and to the law.
Dr Jennifer Strauss For service to education as an academic and scholar in the field of Australian literature and poetry, and to a range of organisations involved in women's issues and industrial relations.
Graham Ralph Thompson For service to the community of Adelaide, particularly through Crime Stoppers and the Noarlunga Farm Project for at risk youth.
William Richard (Billy) Thorpe For service to the entertainment industry as a musician, songwriter, producer, and as a contributor to the preservation and collection of contemporary Australian music.
Professor Geoffrey William Tregear For service to scientific and medical research and through administrative roles within research institutions.
Fraser James Vickery For service to conservation and the environment, to the development and promotion of ecotourism in South Australia, and to the Indigenous community.
Nicholas John Vine Hall For service to the community in the area of genealogy as a researcher, author and radio presenter, and through roles in family history organisations.
Yvonne Vera von Hartel For service to architecture, design and building through involvement with a range of professional organisations, to the promotion of women in business, and to the community.
Professor Arthur Peter Vulcan For service to the community as a contributor to accident and injury prevention in the field of road transport, and to people with intellectual disabilities.
Associate Professor Terry Richard Walton For service to dentistry, particularly in the field of prosthodontics as a clinician and educator, and to a range of professional associations.
Kenneth Hammond Warriner For service to the beef cattle industry, particularly in the areas of breeding, export and meat processing, and to rural project management.
Janet Barbara West For service to the accountancy profession through the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia, and to the community.
John Macarthur Wharton For service to the community of north west Queensland through local government, regional development, natural resource management and primary industry organisations.
Professor Leslie White For service to medicine in the field of paediatrics, to medical administration, and to the community through a range of organisations involved in child and adolescent cancer support.
Dr Gregory Neville Whitmore For service to educational administration, particularly at the James Cook University, and to the community of Mackay through a range of service organisations.
Emeritus Professor David William Williams For service to the arts as an educator and administrator.
John M R Wylie For service to the investment banking and financial services industry, and to the community through sporting and medical organisations.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "The Queen's Birthday 2007 Honours List". The Australian Honours Secretariat. Retrieved 12 July 2012.