2011 Queen's Birthday Honours (Australia)

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The Queen's Birthday Honours 2011 for Australia were announced on 13 June 2011.

† indicates an award given posthumously.

Order of Australia[edit]

Companion (AC)[edit]

Recipient Citation
The Honourable Justice Susan Mary Kiefel For eminent service to the law and to the judiciary, to law reform and to legal education in the areas of ethics, justice and governance.

Officer (AO)[edit]

Recipient Citation
The Honourable John Duncan Anderson For distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly through support of rural and regional communities, transport development, and water management initiatives.
Alan John Cameron AM For distinguished service to business and commerce, particularly through the promotion of regulatory standards, corporate governance and professional ethics, to tertiary education, and to the community.
The Honourable Justice Richard Noel Chesterman RFD For distinguished service to the judiciary as a Judge of the Supreme Court of Queensland, and to the community, particularly through contributions to the Cancer Council at national and state levels.
Marie Yvonne Coleman PSM For distinguished service to the advancement of women, particularly through the National Foundation for Australian Women and the Australian Women's Archives project.
Professor Graeme John Davison For distinguished service to the community as a leading scholar and commentator on Australian urban history.
Michael Joseph Keelty APM For distinguished service to national and international law enforcement, particularly through the establishment of bilateral agreements with corresponding overseas agencies and the integration of intelligence and law enforcement efforts within Australia.
Richard Denis Leplastrier For distinguished service to architecture, particularly through the application of environmentally sensitive design, and as an educator and mentor.
Professor Rupert Donald Maclean For distinguished service to technical and vocational education, particularly through the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation.
The Honourable Brian Ross Martin For distinguished service to the judiciary and the law, particularly as Chief Justice of the Northern Territory, and to the community through leadership roles with sporting and educational organisations.
Jonathan Mills For distinguished service to the performing arts as a composer and director of international festivals, through the promotion of cultural exchange, and to public debate.
Professor John Charles Mulley For distinguished service to medical science as a leading researcher in the field of human genetics, particularly through the identification of genes for epilepsy and intellectual disability, and their application to diagnosis.
Lisa Marian Paul PSM For distinguished service to public sector leadership in key policy and program implementation, particularly through driving reform in education, employment and workplace relations.
Trevor Cyril Rowe AM For distinguished service to the finance sector, particularly in the area of investment management, to higher education as Chancellor of Bond University, and to the community.
Dr John Michael Schubert For distinguished service to business and commerce through leadership and management in the areas of financial services, transport and mining, and to the community.
Mark Walter Scott For distinguished service to media and communications, and to the community through advisory and governance roles with a range of social justice and educational bodies.
Nicholas Peter Warner PSM For distinguished service to public sector leadership through the development of policy, administration and reform in the areas of intelligence, defence and international relations.
Professor George John Williams For distinguished service to the law in the fields of anti-terrorism, human rights and constitutional law as an academic, author, adviser and public commentator.
The Honourable Ralph Willis For distinguished service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly in the areas of economic development and industrial relations, to the superannuation industry, and to the community.

Member (AM)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Geoffrey George Ainsworth For service to the visual and performing arts through the promotion and support of contemporary art, and to the community.
Elaine Jillian Attwood For service to the community, particularly women, through executive roles with the National Council of Women, and as a contributor and advocate for consumer rights, human nutrition and health care policy development.
Professor Janette Brand-Miller For service to education in the field of human nutrition as a researcher and academic, and as a supporter of people with a hearing impairment.
Associate Professor Trevor Murray Budge For service to town planning, particularly the development of regional and rural communities in Victoria, and to education.
Dr Gregory Robert Burgess For service to architecture in the area of environmentally sensitive building design, and to the community.
Emeritus Professor John Frederick Burrows For service to education in the fields of computational stylistics and English literature as an academic and researcher.
Alexander David Campbell For service to conservation and the environment, and through executive roles with agricultural and natural resource management organisations.
Arthur Stephen Cantrill For service to the visual arts as a documentary and experimental film maker, and to education in the creative arts fields, particularly surrealism and avant-garde cinema.
Corinne Mozelle Cantrill For service to the visual arts as a documentary and experimental film maker, and to education in the creative arts fields, particularly surrealism and avant-garde cinema.
Nelson Ripley Cooke For service to music performance and education as a leading cellist and as a mentor of emerging young musicians.
Robert Edward Cronin For service to the print media industry and journalism, and to the community through a range of cultural organisations and youth development programs.
Professor Suzanne Mary Crowe For service to medical research in the area of HIV/AIDS medicine and infectious diseases as an academic, clinician and researcher, and to professional associations.
Nicholas Anthony Curtis For service to the community through executive roles supporting medical research and health care organisations, and to Australia-China business relations.
Graham Robinson Davies For service to primary industry, particularly the Australian sugar industry through executive roles, to the development of agri-business, and to regional communities.
The Honourable Robert John Debus For service to the Parliaments of Australia and New South Wales, to the development of an emergency response framework, through contributions to legal and environmental reforms, and to the community.
Veronica Mary Dobson For service to the Indigenous community as an Arrente elder and traditional owner, as a linguist, naturalist and ecologist, and to the preservation of Aboriginal language and culture in central Australia.
Professor David Sutton Dolan† For service to education as an academic and researcher, particularly in the area of culture and heritage in Western Australia, and to youth.
Dr Michael John Dudley For service to medicine as a clinician in the child and adolescent mental health area, to medical education, and to a range of professional associations.
Michael John Dwyer For service to the superannuation industry through leadership and executive roles, and to the community through Australia for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees.
Professor Leslie David Field For service to the administration of higher education, and to the discipline of chemistry as an academic and researcher.
Peter John FitzSimons For service to literature as a biographer, sports journalist and commentator, and to the community through contributions to conservation, disability care, social welfare and sporting organisations.
Dr Joanna Mary Flynn For service to medical administration and to the community, particularly in the areas of practice standards, regulation, professional education and as a general practitioner.
Peter Donald Fox For service to the transport and logistics industry through a range of executive roles, and to the community, particularly to social welfare organisations.
Clinical Professor Jack Goldblatt For service to medicine in the area of human genetics as a clinician and researcher, and to professional associations.
Dr Ian Geoffrey Gould For service to the mining industry, particularly as a proponent of environmental management, to education as Chancellor of the University of South Australia, and to the community.
Emeritus Professor Elinor Ruth Grant For service to the profession of physiotherapy, to education, and to the development of clinical health sciences in Australia.
Dr Barry Leon Hicks For service to international humanitarian aid as a general and thoracic surgeon, and as an educator of medical trainees in Ethiopia.
Professor Lisa Rae Jackson Pulver For service to medical education, particularly through the Muru Marri Indigenous Health Unit at the University of New South Wales, and as a supporter of education opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
George Francis Jones For service to the mining industry, to Australia-China business relations, and through executive roles with a range of youth care and hearing science organisations.
Emeritus Professor Warren Gordon Julian For service to illuminating engineering, particularly in education and research, to educational administration, and to professional associations.
George Dimitri Kapetas For service to the Greek community of the Northern Territory, to the promotion of the Hellenic language and culture, and to architecture.
Robert Curtis Kenzie QC For service to the law, particularly as the Defence Force Advocate, and through the provision of advice on military industrial matters.
Gerard Francis Lawson For service to the rice growing industry, as a supporter of agricultural research, and to the community.
Dr John Lockwood For service to dentistry through executive roles at state and national level, to professional organisations, and to the sport of yachting.
Alastair Field Lucas For service to medical administration, particularly through the Macfarlane Burnet Institute for Medical Research, to the financial sector, and to environmental organisations.
Shirley Dawn McCarron For service to the community through the preservation and restoration of the Cascades Female Factory Historic Site, to women, and to the arts.
The Honourable Justice Peter David McClellan QC For service to the judiciary through the Supreme Court of New South Wales, to environmental law, and to legal education.
Dr Edwin David McIntosh For service to medicine, particularly in the areas of vaccines and infectious diseases, as an academic, and to the community through the Glebe Music Festival.
Emeritus Professor John Alexander McKenzie For service to higher education through administrative roles, to professional associations, and to the community.
Dr Gregory Maxwell McKeon For service to environmental science, to the development of sustainable resource management, and to research on the impact of climate change.
Robert John McLean For service to social welfare through leadership roles in the not-for-profit sector, to conservation and the environment through The Nature Conservancy (Australia), and to business.
David Hugh MacIntosh For service to the community through philanthropic contributions to health care and medical research organisations, to surf lifesaving, and to business.
Antony Dermott Macken For service to the community, particularly the Sovereign Military Hospitaller Order of St John at a national and international level.
Dr Joseph Magliaro For service to community health through the provision of psychological intervention and support programs, and support to personnel in the emergency services sector.
Associate Professor Bruce Atkinson Marshall For service to the humanities and to education, particularly through the Australasian Society for Classical Studies.
Mary Elizabeth Martin For service to the indigenous community through the Queensland Aboriginal and Islander Health Council, to the review of professional standards, and to community nursing.
Kumantjayi Napanangka† For service to the arts as a contemporary Indigenous artist, to women painters of the Western Desert Art movement, and to the community of the Northern Territory.
Denis John Nelthorpe For service to social justice and advocacy for consumers' rights, to the development of national credit legislation, and to the provision of legal services to the disadvantaged through a range of community organisations.
Associate Professor Lynne Douglas Oliver For service to medical physics in the field of radiation oncology, and through executive roles with the Australasian College of Physical Scientists and Engineers in Medicine, and to professional associations.
Douglas William Paling For service to the community through executive roles with Foodbank Western Australia, and to the promotion and development of healthy eating programs for children.
Professor Kerryn Lyndel Phelps For service to medicine, particularly through leadership roles with the Australian Medical Association, to education and community health, and as a general practitioner.
Chad Mark Reed For service to motorsports as a professional supercross motorcycle rider at national and international levels, and to the community.
Professor Susan Richardson For service to the social sciences, particularly in the field of labour market economics as an academic and researcher, and through contributions to the development of socially inclusive public policy.
Trevor Clarence Roocke For service to local government in South Australia, to emergency services and agricultural advisory boards, and to the rural community.
Professor Jeffrey Victor Rosenfeld For service to medicine through clinical leadership and academic roles, particularly in the field of neurosurgery as a researcher and author, and to professional associations.
Professor Perminder Singh Sachdev For service to medical research in the field of neuropsychiatry, as a clinician and academic, and to professional associations at a national and international level.
John Erik Scanlon For service to environmental law nationally and internationally, particularly with the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species and the United Nations Environment Programme, and to the advancement of biodiversity conservation.
Robert Leslie Seidler For service to the international business community, to the development of Australia-Japan bilateral commercial relations, and through the generation of new business opportunities.
Dr Roger Neil Sexton For service to business and to the investment banking sector as a contributor to a range of government, trade, and economic development organisations in South Australia.
Professor Kadambot Siddique For service to agricultural science as an academic and researcher in the area of crop improvement and agronomy and through contributions to professional associations.
Shane David Simpson For service to the law and to the arts through leading roles in intellectual property and entertainment law, and as a contributor to a range of cultural organisations.
Professor Malcolm Douglas Smith For service to medicine in the field of rheumatology as a clinician, academic and researcher, and through contributions to professional organisations.
Dr Anthony Sprent For service to the community through the promotion, design and implementation of technical solutions for people with disabilities, and to spatial science and astronomy.
Natasha Jessica Stott Despoja For service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly as a Senator for South Australia, through leadership roles with the Australian Democrats, to education, and as a role model for women.
Edgar Norman Swane For service to horticulture and to business, to the development and promotion of the Australian native plants export trade, and through executive roles with a range of industry-based organisations.
Maxwell Henry Walker For service to cricket at a national and international level as a player and commentator, and to the community through a range of youth and social welfare organisations.
Professor Sally Ann Walker For service to the higher education sector through leadership and administrative roles, to the advancement of women, and to the law as an academic.
Emeritus Professor Christopher Keith Wallace-Crabbe For service to the arts as a leading poet, critic and educator, and as an ambassador and advocate for the humanities both nationally and internationally, and through support for emerging writers.
John Ernest Walsh For service to the community, particularly in the areas of disability and health policy, to people with a spinal cord injury, and to the actuarial profession.
Barbara Kay Ward For service to business and commerce through a range of executive positions with private, public and professional organisations.
Steven Monteith Wilson For service to business, and to the financial services industry in Queensland, and to the community through leadership roles in cultural heritage, sport, and social welfare organisations.
Emeritus Professor Richard Stafford Wright For service to Indigenous and forensic archaeology and anthropology, to education, and to professional associations.
Peter Wilson Yates For service to education, to the financial services industry through the development of the Australian Financial Management Association of Australia, and to a range of arts, science and charitable organisations.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commodore David James Letts CSM For exceptional service as Director General Navy People and as Head Navy People and Reputation.
Captain Charles Neville McHardie For exceptional service in the field of Naval Warfare.
Commodore Roderick Robert Nairn For exceptional service in the field of hydrography and as the Australian Hydrographer.
Army Major General Richard Maxwell Burr DSC MVO For exceptional service as the Director General Preparedness and Plans in Army Headquarters and as the Director General Military Strategic Commitments.
Brigadier Peter Robin Jeffrey CSC RFD For exceptional service as Assistant Commander, Training Command – Army, and as the Commander of the 11th Brigade.
Brigadier Jeffery John Sengelman DSC CSC For exceptional service as the Deputy Special Operations Commander Australia, Chief of Staff in Special Operations Command, and Commander of the 6th Brigade.
Colonel Simon Andrew Stuart For exceptional service as the Commander Joint Task Force 631 on Operation ASTUTE in East Timor from February to October 2010.
Brigadier Philip Douglas Winter CSC For exceptional service as the Commander, Australian Defence Force Counter Improvised Explosive Device Task Force.
Air Force Air Commodore Peter David Brennan CSM For exceptional performance of duty in the field of Defence Logistics and as the Director General Logistics Assurance, Joing Logistics Command.
Wing Commander Ian Scott Henderson For exceptional service in the field of military law.
Warrant Officer John Joseph Millar For exceptional service in the field of senior-level managerial and representational duties as Warrant Officer Disciplinary on deployment and as Warrant Officer of the Royal Australian Air Force.
Air Commodore Richard David Owen For exceptional performance of duty in senior Australian Defence Force command and staff appointments, including as Commandant of the Australian Defence Force Warfare Centre and Joint Warfare Doctrine and Training Centre and as Chief of Staff Headquarters Air Command.

Medal (OAM)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
John Adams For service to the community of the Grafton region through historical, environmental and youth organisations.
Beverley Adcock For service to the community, particularly through the Asthma Foundation of New South Wales
James Ramsay Affleck For service to veterans and their families, particularly through the writing of military biographies.
Constantina Amanatidis For service to the Greek community through contributions to multicultural organisations and as an author.
Sharon Ronda Anderson For service to the Indigenous community in far north Queensland in the fields of aged care assistance and assistance for people with a disability.
Wilfred Granville Ardill For service to industrial relations in Queensland, and to the community.
Jone Yvonne Armstrong For service to the community through the Rainbow of the Southern Highlands organisation.
Graham Eric Ashman For service to the barley growing industry, and to the community.
Allan Lyle Backhouse For service to youth, and to the community of the Dubbo region.
Jernej Bajzelj For service to the community of Ulverstone.
Vicki Lorraine Bakunowicz For service to children in the Northern Territory.
Alison Margaret Banks For service to youth, particularly through the Guiding movement, and to the community.
Jennifer Aimee Bantow For service to the community through heritage and historical organisations.
Dr Jayant Bhalchandra Bapat For service to the Hindu community in Australia, and to education.
Allan Leo Baptist For service to the arts, and to the community of the Shoalhaven region.
Heather Barclay For service to the community of Berrigan.
Ian Lawrence Barclay For service to tennis through coaching and player development roles.
Dr Rodney Paul Barkman For service to the community of Corowa as a general practitioner.
David Grosvenor Barnsdall For service to the community through the Hamlin Fistula Australia organisation.
Graham Alfred Bartle For service to music education.
Gregory Llewellyn Bassani For service to music through the Australian Pipe Band Association.
Kathleen Joy Batchelor For service to music through the Bunyip Country Music Festival.
Helen Gwennyth Bawden For service to the community as a volunteer in a range of social welfare, historical and women's organisations.
Dr John Clayton Beattie For service to medicine through administrative roles and to the discipline of cardiology and general medicine.
Rodney William Beattie For service to former prisoners of war and their families through roles with the Commonwealth War Graves Commission and the Thailand-Burma Railway Museum.
Alexander John Beccari For service to the community of Mount Kembla.
Eric Bernard Bell For service to the Indigenous community through aged care, environment and employment organisations.
Dr Howard Charles Bell For service to the community through social justice and legal organisations.
Francis Harding Benfield For service to veterans.
Noel James Berlowitz For service to surf lifesaving.
William John Berry For service to the law, and to the community.
The Reverend Father Francis Ferruccio Bertagnolli For service to youth, and to the Order of the Salesians of Don Bosco.
Deanna Blacher For service to the performing arts as a Spanish dancer, teacher and choreographer.
Peter Bondfield For service to the community through the Stanthorpe Agricultural Show Society and the Pony Club Association of Queensland.
Dr Margaret Fanny Bowman For service to local government as an educator and researcher.
Charles Edward Boyter For service to the performing arts as a country music entertainer.
Raymond Bruce Bailey For service to veterans and their families.
Reginald Hilton Brandis For service to athletics.
Mark Alexander Brian For service to the community of Hamilton.
Colin Alexander Brick For service to the community of Boolarra.
Kenneth Edward Briggs For service to the community of Bendigo through a range of organisations.
Bronwyn Elizabeth Brown For service to the community through the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Wallace George Bruce For service to the performing arts, and to the community of Yarrawonga Mulwala.
Beris Jean Campbell For service to aged persons through the Wesley Homeshare Program.
Dr Betty Thomasina Capper For service to nursing as an educator and administrator, and as an historian.
Ann Carlyon For service to the community through a range of fundraising roles.
John Carmichael For service to the arts as a concert pianist and composer.
Nigel Bruce Carrall For service to the St John's Anglican Cathedral, Brisbane through contributions to its completion.
Margaret Sheila Catterall For service to the community through a range of Jewish organisations, and to the Gemmological Association of Australia.
Danielle Charak For service to women, to education, and to the Jewish community.
Dr Naren Chellappah For service to the international community as a volunteer dental surgeon.
Bevan Christensen For service to the community, particularly as an organist to Masonic Lodges.
Laurence Douglas Christie For service to the community of Mango Hill, and to cricket.
Reginald Bruce Church For service to cricket.
Paul Michael Clancy For service to the Australian wine industry, and to the community.
Kenneth John Clarke For service to the community of Wangaratta.
Dr Maureen Patricia Cleary For service to the community, particularly through the not-for-profit sector.
Ronald David Cragg For service to the performing arts as a violinist.
Patricia Grace Creed For service to nursing, particularly through the provision of specialised care for breast cancer patients.
Robert John Cross For service to Australian Rules football.
Janine Cullen For service to business and regional development in the Illawarra area.
Gretel Anne Dabovich For service to archery.
Lesley Ann Dalziel For service to conservation and to the environment.
Dr Anne Francis D'Arcy For service to emergency medicine, and to professional organisations.
Pamela Helen Darling For service to the community through the Berwick Mechanics Institute and Free Library.
Dr David Charles Davidson For service to medicine in the field of orthopaedics.
Councillor Janet Elizabeth Davidson For service to local government, and to women.
Ralph Craig Davies For service to the community of the Mitchelton region.
John Winzor Day For service to the community through the Prospect Blair Athol Lions Club.
Don Victor De Giglio ASM For service to motorsports in official and voluntary roles.
Richard John Delbridge For service to the community of Lake Macquarie.
Alderman Giuseppe Delle Donne For service to local government, and to the City of Canning.
Dr Ian Tudor De Mellow For service to aged welfare.
Sister Patricia Dent For service to the Catholic Church, and to children's music.
Barbara Ellen Dillon For service to youth through the Guiding movement.
Professor Stephen Kenneth Dinham For service to educational research, and to professional associations.
Eileen Miriam Dinning For service to the community of the Wangaratta region.
Dr Phillip Raymond Donato For service to community health as a chiropractor, and to education.
James Allen Dryden For service to surf lifesaving.
Colonel Jeffery Dunn CSM RFD For service to the community of Darwin.
Professor Helen Ethel Edwards For service to nursing education and research, and to professional associations.
John Hamilton Elliott AFSM For service to fire and emergency service organisations in Mount Gambier.
Robert Anthony Ellis For service to Vietnam veterans and their families.
Jane Helen Elton-Brown For service to music.
Alan Warne Eustace For service to youth.
Suzanne Eileen Evans For service to the community through fundraising activities with a range of organisations.
Alan Robert Fairbanks For service to netball.
John Sidney Farr For service to local government, and to the community of Cabonne.
Kevin John Faulks† For service to business, and to the community of Wyong.
Joan Eileen Fisher For service to veterans, and to the community.
Delma Lucille Fitton For service to the community of Toowoomba, and to the promotion of the thoroughbred horse industry.
Marlene Estelle Ford For service to the community of Tamworth through a range of historical and social welfare organisations.
Bruce Alexander Fuhrer For service to conservation and the environment as an amateur naturalist and botanical photographer.
Eleanor Faye Galt For service to clinical psychology and to public health, particularly through support for people undergoing colorectal surgery.
Elizabeth Ann Garland For service to veterans and their families in the Lakemba area.
Susanne Julia Gervay For service to children's literature, and to professional organisations.
Neville Dean Gibbs For service to gymnastics.
Judith Ann Gifford For service to nursing mothers through the Australian Breastfeeding Association.
Catherine Merle Gilbo For service to science as a biochemist, and to the community.
Roy Beale Gilchrist For service to the community, particularly through the Baptist Union of New South Wales.
Professor Maree Gleeson For service to medicine through the Hunter Medical Research Institute, to education, and to professional associations.
Wayne Terence Gobert For service to the community through a range of charitable organisations.
Elizabeth Jane Grace For service to the community of Nundah.
Malcolm Sidney Grant For service to youth through the Scouting movement, and to the community.
Brian Andrew Greig For service to the community as a social justice advocate for the gay and lesbian community.
Alan John Griffin For service to Australian Rules football at the junior level.
Kerrie Louise Griffith For service to public education in the Shoalhaven area.
Lynne Margaret Hanton For service to ballet in the Northern Territory as a teacher and artistic director.
Frederick John Harrington For service to the community of Eltham.
Brian William Hawdon For service to the community through fundraising roles.
Arthur James Hayes For service to the community of Deception Bay.
Helen Marianne Heath For service to the community of Dandenong.
Rabbi Philip Walter Heilbrunn For service to the St Kilda Hebrew Congregation, and to the community.
Robert Edward Henderson For service to the community of Hamilton.
David Gavin Heyne For service to the Indigenous community of Ceduna, and to the Lutheran Church.
Thomas Francis Hogan For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Orange.
Graham Keith Hoinville For service to motor sport through a range of technical and executive roles.
Nancy Irene Horne For service to local government, and to the community of Hornsby.
Robert William Horsfall For service to the Australian entertainment industry as an actor, radio presenter and musician.
Beverley Joan Hoskins For service to the community of Blackburn.
Robert Marshalsie Hoskins For service to the community of Blackburn.
Marie Helen Hudson For service to the community through the Cobar branch of the Country Women's Association.
Alexander Sergei Hughes For service to the Russian community of New South Wales.
Kevin Vincent Humphrey For service to the community of Cressy.
Dr Bruce Wallace Ingram For service to medicine as a general practitioner, and to professional associations.
Paul Anthony Innes For service to the thoroughbred horseracing industry, particularly through the Australian Jockeys' Association.
Merle Isbister ASM For service to local government, and to the community.
Theodore Iuliano For service to football in South Australia, and to the Italian community.
Ivan George Johnson For service to surf lifesaving.
Patricia Mary Johnson For service to veterans and their families through the Central Council of Women's Auxiliaries of the South Australian Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Ronald George Jordan For service to swimming in New South Wales.
Gertrude Franziska Kallir For service to the environment, particularly through the Ryde Hunters Hill Flora and Fauna Preservation Society, to women, and to the community.
Glen Leslie Keamy For service to the stud merino industry, and to local government.
Ronald John Kilcullen For service to the building industry in Western Australia, and to the community.
Dr Anthony John Kirkwood For service to medicine as an anaesthetist.
The Reverend Dr Raymond James Laird For service to the study of theology.
Ross Gregory Lake For service to arts administration, to social welfare, and to the community.
Margory Joan Lapworth For service to the community, particularly through Warrandyte Housing and Support Services.
Richard Charles Larter For service to the visual arts as a painter.
Dr Christopher Forbes Laurie For service to the community, particularly through the Adelaide Botanic Gardens Foundation.
Peter John Lawler For service to athletics as a competitor and coach.
Ernest Richard Lawrence For service to lawn bowls.
Christopher John Leahy For service to Australian Rules football in South Australia.
Keith Kyong-jae Lee For service to the Korean community.
Lewis Meng Lee For service to the Chinese community of Brisbane.
Robyn Margaret Leggatt For service to women's hockey as a player and coach.
Dr Richard Wayne Lehmann For service to medicine as a general practitioner in the Temora region.
Gordon Albert Leue For service to local government, to lawn bowls, and to the community.
William Edward Levy For service to veterans and their families through the Coolamon Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Mervyn John Lewis For service to natural resource management, and to community health.
Maria Lewit For service to the Jewish Holocaust Museum and Research Centre as a volunteer, and to literature as a writer and educator.
Colin Edgar Lienert For service to the pig industry, and to the community.
Dr Patrick Verney Lightfoot For service to conservation and the environment in the Hunter region.
Jill Lorraine Lindsay† For service to sports administration, particularly through the Australian Football League and women's softball.
Meredith Rosalind Lines For service to the community as a volunteer and fundraiser for a range of charitable organisations.
Trevor Robert Little For service to the thoroughbred horseracing industry in South Australia.
Andrew James Lock For service to mountaineering.
Geoffrey Allan Lodge For service to ornithology.
Michele Lombardo For service to the harness racing industry.
Muriel Florance McCabe For service to the community through Torchbearers for Legacy New South Wales and to lawn bowls.
Marion Carmel McCall For service to aviation through the Australian Women Pilots' Association.
Janet McCulloch For service to the arts, and to aged care and disability service organisations in Ballarat.
Gail Vicki MacDonell For service to veterans and their families through the Partners of Veterans Association of Australia.
Michelle Gaye McGrath For service to community health through Alzheimer's Australia in the Canberra region.
David Stewart McKerrell For service to primary industry, and to the community.
Gregory John McLean For service to industrial relations.
Emma Kate McLeod For service to community health through the Stillbirth Foundation Australia.
Major John Joseph McNeill For service to the community, particularly veterans and their families.
Dr Peter Alexander Macdonald For service to local government, and to medicine.
Hazel Edith Magann For service to the community through a range of historical organisations.
Valerie Mary March For service to the Indigenous community, particularly through the Booroongen Djugun Aboriginal Corporation.
Ian Harold Marshall For service to surveying and mapping.
Suzanne, Lady Martin For service to youth through the Sir David Martin Foundation.
Wayne Sidney Mason For service to athletics as a coach and administrator.
Leon Marcus Massoni† For service to the tourism and hospitality industry as a restauranteur and vigneron.
Charles John Massey For service to the wool industry, and to the community.
Kathleen Margret Masters For service to people with a disability in Western Australia.
Helen Elizabeth Maxwell For service to the museum and galleries sector.
Trevor John Mayhew For service to St John Ambulance New South Wales, and to the community.
Maureen Merrick For service to cycling.
Neville David Mibus For service to social welfare through Community Flood SA.
Elizabeth Anne Miles For service to psychiatric nursing.
Dorothy Elaine Mills For service to athletics.
Jane Mills For service to women's health, and through contributions to drug- and alcohol-related programs.
Gary Ian Morris For service to the Indigenous community, particularly through the Booroongen Djugun Aboriginal Corporation.
Stanley Edward Moses For service to Australian Rules football in Western Australia.
Dr Annie Moulden For service to medicine as a paediatrician, and to medical administration.
Veronica Anne Moylan For service to music.
Bernard Anthony Mungoven For service to the Catholic Church as a volunteer archivist.
Josephine Margaret Munro For service to youth through the Guiding movement, and to the community.
James Bryan Murch For service to the community through the Macquarie Branch of National Seniors Australia.
George Maxwell Neilson For service to rowing, and to the community.
Edward James Nestor† For service to cycling as a coach and official.
Raymond John Newey For service to the community in the Millers Point area.
Gordon Lauri Newton For service to the community, particularly through Wesley College.
Margaret Norman For service to people with a disability through Riding for the Disabled.
Barry Newton Novy For service to the community, particularly children, as a fundraiser for charitable organisations.
Peter Anthony Nunan For service to the community as a volunteer with maritime and geographical organisations.
Violet Nutt For service to youth, and to the community.
Elizabeth O'Brien For service to women, particularly through the delivery of educational programs in the prison system.
Robert James Osborne For service to local government, and to the community through a range of health, service and sporting organisations.
Wilfred James Osborne For service to the thoroughbred horseracing industry, and to the community.
Barry Thomas O'Shea For service to local government, and to the community of Dalby.
Edward William O'Toole For service to the community of Whitehorse through social welfare and service organisations.
Elizabeth Lorraine O'Toole For service to the community of Whitehorse through social welfare and service organisations.
Helen Mawditt Page For service to the community, particularly through the Australian Garden History Society.
Robert Parr For service to the community as a contributor to charitable fundraising activities.
David Walter Partridge For service to the dairy industry in Western Australia, and to the community.
David Clifford Payten For service to veterans through the Seventh Australian Infantry Division Association.
Oswald James Pearce For service to veterans through the 2/1 Field Regiment Association.
Roland John Perry For service to literature as an author.
Damian Bruce Pike For service to the fresh fruit and vegetable industry.
Edward Charles Plunkett† For service to the community of the Canberra region through a range of organisations.
Clarence Charles Pollard For service to the community, particularly through the Payneham Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Dr James Stephen Pollock For service to wildlife conservation.
Colleen Hilda Potts For service to the performing arts in the Hunter region.
Helen Mary Preston For service to conservation and the environment.
Ian Leslie Ramsay For service to community health, particularly for people with an acquired brain injury, and to a range of service organisations.
John Maxwell Ramsey For service to basketball as an administrator, official and mentor, and to the Australian Railway Historical Society, South Australia.
Franklin Ernest Randall For service to the community of Norfolk Island, particularly through the preservation of the Kingston and Arthur's Vale historic capital area.
Denis Frederick Ranger RFD For service to veterans in South Australia through administrative roles.
Dennis Leslie Rayner For service to veterans and their families through the Doyalson-Wyee Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Susan Gail Reynolds For service to the community, particularly through the Yackandandah and District Historical Society.
Edward Dudley Richardson For service to mariners through the Stella Maris Apostleship of the Sea.
Dr Gregory James Rickard For service to nursing.
Noel John Ridgeway For service to the Indigenous community as an Elder and Traditional Owner of the Worimi Nation.
Clarence Edward Roach For service to veterans in Tasmania, and to the community.
Dr Harley Stuart Roberts For service to medicine as an obstetrician and gynaecologist.
Dr Peter James Robinson For service to medicine as a general practitioner in the Deniliquin region.
Angela Carmel Rodriquez For service to the community through support roles with the Christopher Robin Committee at the Sydney Children's Hospital.
Dr Natale Anthony Romeo For service to the community through fundraising roles with the Italian Affair Committee.
Professor John Peterson Royle For service to medicine as a vascular surgeon, to professional associations, and to medical education, particularly relating to safety in the operating theatre.
Dr Pamela Margaret Ryan For service to psychology as a practitioner and researcher.
George Michael Saliba For service to the Maltese community.
Darryl Richard Seccombe For service to the community through a range of charitable organisations.
Brian Shanahan For service to the Irish community, and to local government.
Michelle Ann Sharkey For service to community health through the Stroke Recovery Association of New South Wales.
Kaye Marie Shephard For service to the community of Moruya through pastoral care and volunteer roles.
The Reverend Christine Sheppard For service to the community as a mental health chaplain in the Hunter New England region.
Leslie Robert Sims For service to the community through St John Ambulance Australia.
John Crawford Skene For service to swimming in the Canberra region through technical and administrative roles.
Allen Michael Smith For service to surf lifesaving in Western Australia.
Anthony George Smith For service to the community through the St Vincent de Paul Society.
Carmel Rose Smith For service to the community through the St Vincent de Paul Society.
William Alistair Spear For service to the community in South Australia.
Douglas Dean Spencer For service to the community through a range of social welfare and service organisations, and to the law.
Maureen Stephenson For service to netball, and to youth.
David John Stewart AFSM For service to the community of Mount Barker.
Richard John Stone For service to the community, particularly through the Australian Red Cross.
Clinical Associate Professor Catherine Elizabeth Storey For service to medicine in the field of neurology, to stroke education, and to professional associations.
Dr Nicholas Alexander Talley For service to medicine in the field of gastroenterology.
John Frederick Tame For service to the community of Frankston through a range of organisations.
Elise Maree Terrill For service to the community of Rutherglen, particularly through the St Vincent de Paul Society.
Mary-Lou Terry For service to young people as a foster carer.
Philip Graham Thompson Fors ervice to the community, particularly through Apex Australia, and to aged care.
Margaret Joy Tickle For service to the community of Busselton, and as an oral historian.
Professor Andrew Maxwell Tonkin For service to medical research in the field of epidemiology and preventative medicine.
Sister Rita Agnes Torpey For service to education through the development and administration of educational institutions in Papua New Guinea.
Marie Olive Trembath For service to the community through volunteer roles with Meals on Wheels, church and charitable organisations.
Natalie Tyrawski-Radywyl For service to the Ukrainian community as an artistic director and choreographer of traditional dance.
Shirley Norma Underwood For service to youth through the Guiding movement, and to the community.
Peter William Vandepeer For service to the sport and recreation industry in South Australia.
Gerald Chapman Victor For service to the community of Rockhampton through contributions to a range of social welfare, housing and skills development organisations.
Rodney John Viney For service to youth through the Scouting movement, and to Sailability Tasmania.
Susan Mary Viney For service to youth through the Guiding movement, and to the community.
Gordon Charles Wallace For service to youth through The Boys' Brigade Queensland.
Sister Anna Warlow For service to the Catholic Church, and to St Paul's Community House of Welcome.
Gordon Kerion Watson For service to the community, and to local government.
Cheryl Margaret Webster For service to the community through the provision of assistance to refugees from Africa.
Patricia Wellington For service to the Launceston Horticultural Society.
Bruce Raymond White For service to the beekeeping industry.
Kathleen Anne White For service to the community through contributions to the transport industry, particularly the Lights on the Hill Trucking Memorial.
Sylvia Joyce Whiting For service to animal conservation through the Wildlife Volunteers Association.
Daniel John Whitty For service to the community of Lithgow.
Elizabeth Nicole Williams For service to paediatric physiotherapy, and to the rural community of Victoria.
Allan Laurie Wilson For service to the veteran community, particularly through the Gloucester Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia.
Clyde William Wode For service to the community through Anglicare Central Queensland.
Diana Jean Wode For service to the community through Anglicare Central Queensland.
Professor Peter William Wolnizer For service to higher education in the field of business and economics as an academic and administrator.
Dr Thomas John Woolard For service to rehabilitation medicine in the Hunter area as a practitioner and administrator.
William James Worth For service to surf lifesaving at state and national levels.
Major Peter Carey Wright For service to the community through chaplaincy and pastoral care roles, and to The Salvation Army.
Associate Professor James MacDougall Wyllie For service to medicine as a surgeon, to medical administration and professional associations, and to the community of Mount Druitt.
Maureen Therese Zampatti For service to music as a teacher, and to the community of Geelong.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commander Lee Terence Argar For meritorious service as the Staff Officer One Offshore Plans, Chief of Staff Commander Australian Surface Task Group, Chief of Staff Australian Fleet Battle Staff, and as Chief of Staff Combined Task Force 150.
Petty Officer Matthew Charles Wood For meritorious service in health care as an Underwater Medicine Sailor in the Royal Australian Navy.
Army Warrant Officer Class One Trudy Marie Casey For meritorious performance of duty as Regimental Sergeant Major of the 1st Combat Signal Regiment and inaugural Force Communications Unit.
Warrant Officer Class One John Patrick Kirkham CSM For meritorious service as the Regimental Sergeant Major of the 5th Combat Engineer Regiment in 2007, and the 1st Combat Engineer Regiment from 2008 to 2010.
Warrant Officer Class One Gregory Dean McEvoy For meritorious service in the field of Material Maintenance.
Warrant Officer Class One John Griffin Phillips For meritorious service as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 6th Aviation Regiment, 5th Aviation Regiment, 16th Aviation Brigade, and as the Aviation Corps Career Manager.
Air Force Warrant Officer Raymond Edward Bolton For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of combat support and force protection.
Wing Commander Nicholas James Dyce-McGowan For meritorious service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of Joint Battlefield Airspace Control.

Public Service Medal (PSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Aust. Elizabeth Astone For outstanding public service in the delivery of innovative Centrelink services to vulnerable young people in detention centres in Western Australia.
Liza Carroll For outstanding public service in delivering Ahead of the Game: Blueprint for Reform of Australian Government Administration.
Hae-Kyong Holdaway For outstanding public service in strengthening the Australia-Korea bilateral relationship, particularly through major contributions to the successful outcome of the G-20 in Korea in 2010.
Erin Kathleen Holland For outstanding public service in significantly improving revenue and service delivery outcomes for the Australian Taxation Office.
Brian Alan Huddleston For outstanding public service in planning the introduction into service of the MRH90 troop lift helicopter.
Kathryn Michelle Kennedy For outstanding public service in providing high level intelligence research and analysis in relation to serious criminal activities within the Sydney Airport precinct.
John Anton Kovacic For outstanding public service in leading the development and implementation of new workplace relations laws and policies and award modernisation.
Robert John Nash For outstanding public service in driving significant improvements in Australia's passport system.
Adam James Rodgers For outstanding public service in the development and implementation of the Fair Work Ombudsman's suite of on-line tools to assist employers and employees in the transition to modern awards.
May Tanglee For outstanding public service in advancing Australia's relationship with the People's Republic of China, particularly in the area of tourism.
Stuart Robert Thorn For outstanding public service in protecting Australia's national security interests.
Andrew Keith Tongue For outstanding public service in the development of public policy, particularly in the areas of aviation security, Indigenous affairs and social housing.
John William Wadeson For outstanding public service in driving and leading significant reform of information communications technology in the Human Services portfolio.
Phyllis Dedja Williams For outstanding public service in driving significant reforms to communications and service delivery in the National Archives of Australia, particularly in relation to Indigenous Australians in the Northern Territory.
NSW Michael James Arandt For outstanding public service to water management in New South Wales.
Thomas John Bagnat For outstanding public service to the National Parks and Wildlife Service in New South Wales.
James Alexander Christian For outstanding public service to Indigenous affairs in the NSW Department of Human Services.
John Brown Cumberford For outstanding public service to the provision of library services in New South Wales.
Shirley Anne Fuller For outstanding public service to the provision of educational services in the New England region.
Fiona Margaret Howard For outstanding public service to the provision of educational services in the NSW Police Force.
Stewart James McLeod For outstanding public service in the areas of water supply and sewerage management in New SOuth Wales, particularly in the Dubbo region.
Dianne Jeanette Marshall For outstanding public service to the provision of educational services in New South Wales.
Rodney Kelvin Stowe For outstanding public service in the provision of consumer protection to the community of New South Wales.
Joseph William Waugh For outstanding public service to the NSW Law Reform Commission.
Vic. Paul Jeffrie Acreman For outstanding public service and strong commitment to public housing clients and citizens of the north and western suburbs of Melbourne.
Dr Anne Marie Astin For outstanding public service, particularly leadership and service excellence to the dairy industry, national food safety regulation and women's development.
Brian Ernest Billington For outstanding public service and ongoing commitment to community improvement, particularly in rural areas.
Susan Maree Hine For outstanding public service, particularly in fostering community partnership between Victoria Police, community groups and the Indigenous community.
Dr Bruce Kefford For outstanding public service and leadership in science and public administration associated with the primary industries sector.
Neil Bruce Robertson For outstanding public service and leadership through the provision of innovative legal policy in a diverse range of areas.
Arthur Rogers For outstanding public service and leadership in the redesign of Victoria's disability service.
William Stanley Thomas For outstanding public service and exceptional contribution as a leader in sustainability education.
Ian Edward Voigt For outstanding public service in the sustainable management of land, water and biodiversity through practical and sustained leadership.
Qld Stewart Lynn Bell For outstanding public service to the Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation, particularly in the area of Mine Safety and Health.
Ricky Leslie Cox For outstanding public service to the Department of Transport and Main Roads, particularly in the area of Road Design and Innovation.
Peter James Davis For outstanding public service to Education Queensland, particularly in the area of Special Education.
Paul Florian For outstanding public service to Queensland Health, particularly in the areas of Environmental and Public Health.
Captain Patrick John Quirk For outstanding public service to Maritime Safety Queensland, particularly in the areas of Maritime Safety and Marine Environment Protection.
WA Alastair John Bryant For outstanding public service as an outstanding leader in the areas of business management, strategic planning and the arts over many years.
John Dell For outstanding public service to the advancement of natural history and conservation.
Catherine Rose Harrison For outstanding public service at Parliament House in Perth, Western Australia.
David Martin Hillyard For outstanding public service in the areas of consumer protection and fair trading.
SA Philippa Anne Aston For outstanding public service in the area of housing for people with special needs.
Susan Carol Ireland For outstanding public service in the area of health services.
Professor Paddy Andrew Phillips For outstanding public service in the area of health services.
Tas Byron Douglas Cross For outstanding public service to the Tasmanian legal community in the establishment of effective systems which benefit all lawyers and clients involved with the Legal Aid Commission in Tasmania.

Australian Police Medal (APM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
Australian Federal Police Superintendent Barry Roy Corrigan
Assistant Commissioner Neil Anthony Gaughan
Commander Richard Charles Moses
New South Wales Police Superintendent Matthew Gerard Appleton
Inspector Edward Charles Billett
Senior Sergeant Peter James Davis
Detective Sergeant Cynthia Maree Donovan
Detective Inspector Wayne George Hayes
Senior Constable Justine Louise Housego
Superintendent Patrick Allen Paroz
Inspector Ross Michael Wilkinson
Victoria Police Detective Senior Sergeant Mark Robert Caulfield
Superintendent Paul Stephen Hollowood
Senior Sergeant Paul Hilary McBride
Inspector Robert Peter Raaymakers
Senior Sergeant Jeffrey Francis Smith
Detective Senior Sergeant Valentine Smith
Assistant Commissioner Wendy Maree Steendam
Queensland Police Assistant Commissioner Paul Lawrence Doyle
Sergeant Geoffrey Allan Fay
Chief Superintendent Grant Alan Pitman
Detective Sergeant Daryl Harris Poole
Superintendent Donna Maree Sturgess
Inspector Murray Allan Verrall
Western Australia Police Detective Superintendent Paul Edward Coombes
Superintendent Harold Heavens
Inspector Joanne Lee McCabe
Inspector Neil Lawrence Royle
South Australia Police Detective Senior Sergeant Michael John Eichner
Superintendent Peter John Harvey
Chief Superintendent Linda Williams
Tasmania Police Sergeant Rodney Harold Carrick
Northern Territory Police Brevet Sergeant Owen Nathan Auricht

Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Fire Services Judee Anne Bryant
Norman Alfred Carter
Jeffrey James Cree
Grahame Fothergill
Richard Anthony Griffiths
David Murray Hoadley
Warren Ernest Simmons
Herbert Fitzroy Stacy
John Leslie Tapper
Victoria Fire Services William Robert Rodda
Jeffrey Frederick Ross
Michael Gilbert Tudball
Christopher Gerard Watt
Queensland Fire Services Michael Thomas Garrahy
Graham Kenneth King
Stephen Anthony Smith
Western Australia Fire Services Jeffrey Drage
Bruce Sidney Jones
Gary Thomas King
James Leon McNamara
Peter Hugh Thurkle
South Australia Fire Services Jeffrey Raymond Clark
Leigh Rodney Miller
Australian Capital Territory Fire Services Conrad Francis Barr

Ambulance Service Medal (ASM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Ambulance Service Maxwell Harry Caddis
Terence Lindsay Nelson
Maxwell Clinton Stonestreet
Queensland Ambulance Service Anthony Thomas King
Sydney David Melville APM
South Australia Ambulance Service Christopher Tilney Cotton
Patricia Ann Kakoschke
Tasmania Ambulance Service David Savigny Godfrey-Smith
Dominic Paul Morgan
Stephen John Trewin
Australian Capital Territory Ambulance Service David Grahame Sutton

Emergency Services Medal (ESM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Emergency Services Jennifer Ann North
Victoria Emergency Services Richard Mark Burgess
Queensland Emergency Services Francis Edward Devlin
George William Phillips OAM RFD ED
Western Australia Emergency Services Paul Bradley Carr
South Australia Emergency Services Ross Charles Johnston
Paul Douglas Ortmann
Australian Capital Territory Emergency Services Anthony James Graham

Medal for Gallantry (MG)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Corporal B— For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan in 2008.
Lance Corporal Brendan Michael Clarke For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances while a rifleman with Team Three, Mentoring Team C, Mentoring Task Force 1, in the Central Baluchi Valley, Afghanistan on 15 March and 8 July 2010.
Warrant Officer Class Two Kevin Bede Dolan For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances while a joint terminal attack controller for Mentoring Team A, Mentoring Task Force 1, at Sorkh Lez in the Mirabad Valley, Afghanistan on 2 July 2010.

Commendation for Gallantry[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Private M— For acts of gallantry in action while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
British Army Corporal L— For acts of gallantry while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.

Meritorious Unit Citation[edit]

Branch Recipients Citation
ADF 1st Mentoring Task Force For sustained outstanding service in warlike operations on Operation SLIPPER in Uruzgan Province, Afghanistan, between 20 January and 30 January 2010.

Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Major J— For distinguished command and leadership in action on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.

Distinguished Service Medal (DSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Captain C— For distinguished leadership in action while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
Corporal D— For distinguished leadership in action in the provision of critical medical care to multiple casualties while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
Corporal Russell Stephen Goodsell For distinguished leadership in action as a section commander with Mentoring Team C, Mentoring Task Force 1, at Karakak in the Baluchi Valley, Afghanistan on 27 March and 29 July 2010.
Major Jason Stuart Groat For distinguished leadership in action as the Officer Commanding, Mentoring Team A, Mentoring Task Force 1, on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan from January to July 2010.
Captain Fabian Ronald Harrison For distinguished leadership in action as an engineer search team leader and patrol commander while deployed on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan from February to October 2010.

Commendation for Distinguished Service[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Captain Khalid El Khaligi For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations and in action while Troop Commander, 105th Troop, 40th Regiment, Royal Artillery on Operation HERRICK 10 in Afghanistan in 2009.
Corporal Garry John Francis For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations while a medic with Mentoring Team C, Mentoring Task Force 1, in Afghanistan on Operation SLIPPER from January to October 2010.
Sergeant G— DSM For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations and in action while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
Colonel David John Hay For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations while Commanding Officer, Force Communication Unit 3 on Operation SLIPPER in the Middle East Area of Operations 2010.
US Navy Chief Warrant Officer D— For distinguished performance of duties in warlike operations and in action while on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan in 2010.

Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Principal Chaplain Garry Wilson Lock For outstanding achievement as Principal Chaplain of the Royal Australian Navy.
Captain Steven Andrew Sparks For outstanding achievement as the Director Joint Fuels and Lubricants Agency, Defence Materiel Organisation.
Warrant Officer Raymond Tandy For outstanding achievement as Warrant Officer of the Navy.
Army Lieutenant Colonel Anthony Richard Ashley For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade One – Chief Legal Adviser, Office of the Chief of Army, Army Headquarters.
Captain Andrew Peter Challen For outstanding achievement as the Regimental Medical Officer of the 1st Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Susan May Coyle For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of the 17th Signal Regiment.
Brigadier Gregory Francis Downing For outstanding achievement as Director General Australian Defence Test and Evaluation Office, Capability Development Group.
Colonel J— DSC For outstanding achievement and application of leadership skills.
Major Terrence Alexander Johnson For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Two Maintenance Standards, Headquarters 16th Aviation Brigade.
Major Brendan Kellaway For outstanding achievement as the Officer Commanding Australia's Federation Guard.
Brigadier Stephen Adam Kinloch For outstanding achievement as Director General Munitions, Defence Materiel Organisation.
Brigadier David Thomas Mulhall AM For outstanding achievement as the Chief of Staff Army Headquarters, Office of the Chief of Army, Army Headquarters.
Colonel Gary Gordon Potter For outstanding achievement as the Project Director of the Defence Asbestos Inventory Tiger Team in the identification and eradication of asbestos from Defence Inventory.
Lieutenant Colonel Christopher Robert Smith For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer One Future Land Operating Concept, Directorate of Future Land Warfare and Strategy, Land Warfare Development Centre, Army Headquarters.
Air Force Wing Commander Pierre Floribert Blais For outstanding achievement as Deputy Director Safety and Airworthiness at Headquarters Air Command.
Wing Commander Glen Edward Braz For outstanding achievement as Deputy Director Australian Super Hornet Transition Team and Commanding Officer at Number 1 Squadron.
Wing Commander Jeffrey Ronald Frost For outstanding achievement in the conduct of the first warfighting experimentation of a remotely piloted aircraft and the development of the Woomera Test Range.
Corporal Julien Peter Wells For outstanding achievement as a Technical Training Instructor at Surveillance and Control Training Unit.

Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Chief Petty Officer Troy Alexanda Dack For meritorious achievement in the field of warship sustainment, refit and repair while employed as a Ship Agent in the ANZAC Systems Program Office.
Chief Petty Officer Arthur Charles Mitcherson For meritorious achievement in the field of technical support to the Defence Materiel Organisation and the Royal Australian Navy.
Chief Petty Officer Joanne Monaghan For meritorious devotion to duty in the promotion of the principles of Equity and Diversity, and in the field of sexual offence support at HMAS Cerberus.
Leading Seaman Rebekah Lee Roediger For meritorious devotion to duty as the senior communications sailor in Patrol Boat Crew ATTACK FOUR from January 2008 to October 2010.
Lieutenant Commander Jonathan Tha For meritorious achievement in the Australian Submarine Force.
Chief Petty Officer Nigel Mark Williams For meritorious devotion to duty as the Boarding Officer of patrol boat crew ARDENT FOUR from June 2009 until July 2010.
Army Warrant Officer Class Two Vivian Roy Anderson For meritorious achievement as the Acting Officer-in-Charge of the Oakey Detachment of Joint Logistics Unit (South Queensland).
Corporal Benjamin James Balchin For meritorious achievement in a non-warlike situation while performing ground liaison support duties on Operation KOKODA ASSIST in August 2009.
Warrant Officer Class Two Tyrone Kevin Cantwell For meritorious achievement as the Telecommunications Systems Manager, Defence Communications Area Master Station Australia.
Warrant Officer Class One Gary John Hughes For meritorious devotion to duty as a warrant officer.
Major J— DSM For meritorious achievement in command and instructional duties.
Corporal Shaun Justin Love For meritorious achievement as a member of the Directing Staff at the Australian Command and Staff College and as a mentor of future strategic level leaders.
Major Neill Stewart Morris For meritorious achievement as a Training Officer of Training Company and water operations subject matter expert, 51st Battalion, Far North Queensland Regiment.
Sergeant P— For meritorious achievement as the Second-in-Command, Field Security Team, Joint Task Force 631, on Operation ASTUTE in East Timor in 2010.
Major Graham Trevor Palmer For meritorious devotion to duty as the Unit Welfare Officer of the 6th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment in support of Mentoring Task Force 1 while the Force was deployed on Operation SLIPPER in 2010.
Warrant Officer Class Two Andrew Peter Shore For meritorious achievement as the Officer Commanding Training Wing, Parachute Training School.
Warrant Officer Class One Carol Ann Ward For meritorious achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Three Personnel, Headquarters New South Wales Australian Army Cadets Brigade.
Air Force Flight Sergeant Paul Leslie Hardiker For meritorious achievement as the Unit Training Coordinator and Maintenance Coordinator at Number 36 Squadron.
Corporal David Leslie Janik For meritorious achievement as the Research Assistant within the Military Claims Liaison Office.
Squadron Leader David Ian Scherr For meritorious achievement as the Training Officer at Headquarters Health Services Wing and Health Operational Conversion Unit in support of clinical and operational education and training.
Flight Sergeant David William Sowden For meritorious achievement as the Bonded Structures Technology Team Certification Officer for Bonded Structural Repair in the Australian Defence Organisation.
Wing Commander Ross Colin Wadsworth For meritorious achievement as Commander Joint Task Force 636 on Operation PAKISTAN ASSIST II in 2010.

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