2012 Australia Day Honours

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The Australia Day Honours 2012 were announced on 26 January 2012.

† indicates an award given posthumously.

Order of Australia[edit]

Companion (AC)[edit]

Recipient Citation
The Honourable Justice Virginia Margaret Bell For eminent service to the judiciary and to the law through leadership in criminal law reform and public policy development, to judicial administration, and as an advocate for the economically and socially disadvantaged.
Richard Bonynge AO CBE For eminent service to the performing arts as an acclaimed conductor and musical scholar, to opera, and through the collection and preservation of operatic manuscripts.
His Excellency the Honourable Alex Chernov AO QC For eminent service to the people of Victoria, to the advancement of higher education, particularly the development of academic and administrative programs at the University of Melbourne, through the establishment of the Australia India Institute, and to the judiciary.
His Excellency Malcolm James McCusker AO CVO QC For eminent service to the people of Western Australia, particularly, through the provision of equitable access to legal representation, as an advocate for sustainable development and education, and through significant philanthropic support for a range of medical research, youth and arts organisations.
Terence Francis Moran AO For eminent service to the community through public sector leadership, as a significant contributor to policy development, program delivery and effective governance, and to the implementation of contemporary government administration.

Officer (AO)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Malcolm Bruce Begbie For distinguished service to the international community in the provision of humanitarian relief, particularly through the Crossroads Foundation, and as a significant contributor to UN efforts to connect business organisations with those in need.
Susan Linda Begbie For distinguished service to the international community in the provision of humanitarian relief, particularly through the Crossroads Foundation, and as a significant contributor to UN efforts to connect business organisations with those in need.
William David Bowtell For distinguished service to public health through the development and implementation of policy and programs supporting HIV/AIDS awareness and prevention, and as a supporter of global debate on communicable diseases and their impact on human and economic development.
The Honourable Justice Diana Bryant For distinguished service to the judiciary and to the law, particularly to family law policy reform and practice, through the establishment of the Federal Magistrates' Court, and to the advancement of women in the legal profession.
Dr Rosemary Coates For distinguished service to the community in the field of reproductive and sexual health through executive roles with national and international health organisations, and to medical education and research.
Dr Ian Darnton-Hill For distinguished service to the internationa lcommunity, particularly in the areas of public health and nutrition, to disease prevention and health promotion, and as a physician, academic and educator.
Dr Roderick Ian Eddington For distinguished service to business and commerce through roles with a range of national and international economic, trade, infrastructure development and transport organisations.
Dr Robert Lindsay Every For distinguished service to business, particularly through leadership roles in the Australian steel industry, as an advocate for corporate social responsibility, and to the community as a contributor to educational, charitable and cultural organisations.
Kerry Hill For distinguished service to architecture, particularly as an ambassador for Australian design in South East Asia, and as an educator and mentor.
Caroline Jennifer Hogg For distinguished service to the Parliament of Victoria, particularly in the areas of multiculturalism, health, education, arts and rural affairs, and to mental health through the development of national programs to support youth.
Professor the Honourable Michael Hugh Lavarch For distinguished service to the law and legal education, particularly in the areas of native title, human rights and constitutional law, as an educator, through roles with professional organisations, and to the community.
The Honourable Robyn Ann Layton QC For distinguished service to the law and to the judiciary, particularly through the Supreme Court of South Australia, as an advocate for indigenous, refugee and children's rights, and to the community.
Emeritus Professor Kwong Chiu Lee Dow AM For distinguished service to education in Australia as an administrator, scholar and contributor to major curriculum reforms, through executive roles with education advisory bodies, and to the community.
Professor Stuart Forbes Macintyre For distinguished service to the social sciences and to the humanities as a leading academic in the areas of 19th and 20th century Australian history, particularly through advancing the understanding of social and political life, and as an author, researcher and mentor.
Professor Charles Dunlop Mackenzie For distinguished service to veterinary pathology and to medical science through significant contributions to filarial disease eradication in the peoples of Equatorial Africa, and as a researcher and educator.
Andrew E. F. Metcalfe For distinguished service to public sector leadership through contributions to Australia's international relations and to major public policy development and program implementation in the areas of immigration, Australian citizenship, cultural diversity and national security, and to the community.
Stephen Hibbert Newton For distinguished service to education in the independent schools sector, through executive roles with professional organisations and advisory bodies, and to the development of educational development opportunities with China.
Ricky Thomas Ponting For distinguished service to the sport of cricket as a leading player at the national and international level, and to the community through the establishment of the Ponting Foundation.
Dr David John Pugsley For distinguished service to renal medicine, particularly the prevention and treatment of kidney disease in global indigenous populations, to international medical associations, and as a mentor.
Fergus Denis Ryan For distinguished service to the business and finance sectors as an executive and adviser, and to the community through philanthropic contributions to cultural, social welfare and educational organisations.
Dr David James Skellern For distinguished service to science and engineering as a leading researcher, and to the design and development of world-leading information technology communications applications.
The Reverend Father William James Uren For distinguished service to education as a philosopher and bioethicist, as a commentator on contemporary issues in Australian society, as a scholar and mentor, and to the Catholic Church in Australia.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Major General Timothy Joseph McOwan DSC CSM For distinguished service to the Australian Army in the fields of operations and Special Forces, particularly as Special Operations Commander Australia.
Lieutenant General Brian Ashley Power AM CSC For distinguished service as Commander of the 1st Division, Commander Training Command – Army and head Military Strategic Commitments.
Major General Michael David Slater DSC AM CSC For distinguished service as head of the Defence Personnel Executive, Commander 1st Division and head of the Queensland Flood Recovery Task Force.
Air Force Air Marshal Geoffrey Charles Brown AM For distinguished service to the Royal Australian Air Force in senior command and staff appointments.

Member (AM)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Dr Sandra Doreen Anderson For service to respiratory medicine as an academic and researcher, and to the community through the Asthma Foundation of NSW.
Noel Graham Ashcroft For service to the public sector in Western Australia, and to the promotion and development of trade and industry links between Australia, Britain and Europe.
Maria Louise Atkinson For service to the construction and real estate sector, particularly as a leader and contributor to environmentally sustainable building development in Australia.
Emeritus Professor Hans-Albert Bachor For service to science in the field of quantum optics as a researcher and educator, and to the Australian Youth Science Forum.
Emeritus Professor John Patrick Baird For service to higher education through the Australian Defence Force Academy, and to the discipline of engineering as an academic and researcher.
David Mark Balkin For service to the community through leadership and board executive roles with a range of Jewish organisations, and to business.
The Honourable Rosemary Anne Balmford For service to the judiciary, the practice of law in Victoria, and to the study of ornithology.
Dr Alan Bartholomai For service to the advancement of science, particularly through administrative roles with the Queensland Museum.
Simon Christopher Bartlett For service to engineering, particularly to the electricity supply industry in Queensland, and to professional organisations.
John Jeffrey Bastian For service to the community of South Australia through a range of economic and social development organisations, and to business.
Michael Peter Baumann For service to the community of Queensland as a magistrate and through contributions to court procedures and practices, to the legal aid sector, and to sporting organisations.
Maggie Beer For service to the tourism and hospitality industries as a cook, restaurateur and author, and to the promotion of Australian produce and cuisine.
Dr Jillian Benson For service to medicine through contributions in the field of mental health, particularly for refugees and people seeking asylum, and to the indigenous community of South Australia.
The Honourable Jennifer Margaret Boland For service to the judiciary through the Family Court of Australia, to legal education, and to the community, particularly through social welfare organisations.
Glen Francis Boreham For service to business and to the information technology sector, to professional associations, and to the arts.
Professor Roderick William Boswell For service to science in the field of plasma physics as an academic and researcher and through contributions to the international scientific community.
Debra Louise Brennocks For service to the international community, particularly through roles supporting children and young people and as Co-Founder and Director of the Sandra Jones Centre in Zimbabwe.
Robert Andrew Brice For service to business, particularly to the tourism industry, and through philanthropic support for tertiary education institutions in Queensland.
Dr Susan Victoria Briggs For service to conservation and the environment through scientific, research and advisory roles supporting natural resources management and policy development.
Michael Paul Brosowski For service to the international community, particularly young people, as founder and director of the Blue Dragon Children's Foundation in Vietnam.
Professor Philip Ronald Brown For service to education in the disciplines of accounting and finance, and to professional associations.
Dr Michele Denise Bruniges For service to public administration through executive roles, and as a contributor to reform in the education sector at state and national levels.
Robert Bryan For service to the mining industry in a range of executive roles, and to the community through philanthropic contributions to arts, heritage and educational organisations.
Dr John Michael Buckingham† For service to medicine, particularly the care of women undergoing treatment of breast cancer, through executive roles with BreastScreen ACT, and to medical education.
David Rhett Butler For service to the international community through the provision of sustainable water treatment solutions for humanitarian projects and emergency disaster relief efforts.
Peter Charles Byers For service to educational administration, to the arts, and to business.
Professor Ivan William Caple For service to veterinary science and education through national consultative roles on animal welfare and through professional organisations.
William Barrett Capp For service to business, and to the community through a range of philanthropic, social welfare and educational organisations.
Christine Barbara Cawsey For service to secondary education in New South Wales as a principal and through professional associations.
Robert Foo Hee Chong OAM For service to the Chinese community in Victoria, to local government, and to the City of Whitehorse.
Professor Wai Fong Chua For service to tertiary education as an administrator, through research and leadership in the discipline of accounting and as a mentor.
The Honourable Theo Russell Cooper For service to the Parliament of Queensland, to local government, and to the Roma and Crows Nest communities.
Andrew Charles Darbyshire For service to the community as a supporter of research into child-related brain conditions, through contributions to special needs children and their families, and to the arts.
George Robert Davey For service to public administration in New South Wales, particularly the primary industry sector, to the development of health and food standards, and to professional associations.
Professor Peter Eric Davies For service to conservation and the environment as a contributor to national water policy development and through research of Australia's rivers and waterways.
Douglas Thomas Dean For service to business and commerce through the development and provision of sustainable waste management and resource recovery solutions, and to the community.
Dr Grahame Robert Deane For service to medicine in the Gunnedah region and to professional associations, particularly the Australian Divisions of General Practice.
Professor Michael Bruce Doreau For service to engineering, to professional education and research, and to the community, particularly through the RedR disaster relief organisation.
Professor Paul Anthony Fagan For service to medicine as an otological skull-based surgeon, to a range of professional associations, and to medical education.
Dr Lorenzo Faraone For service to science as an educator and researcher, particularly in the field of micro-electronics, and to professional associations.
Dr John Michael Fenwick For service to engineering through a range of executive roles, to the design and construction of major transport infrastructure, and to education.
Professor John Frederick Forbes For service to medicine in the field of breast cancer research, to the development of improved clinical practice standards, and to the community.
Dominic Victor Fracaro For service to the community of the Northern Territory as a supporter of a range of charitable, historical, educational and sporting organisations, to the visual arts, and to business.
Dr Geoffrey Goodwin For service to engineering through contributions to the ships and submarines of the Royal Australian Navy.
Professor Martin Andrew Green For service to science education as an academic and researcher, particularly through the development of photovoltaic solar cell technology, and to professional associations.
Professor Jeanette Anne Hacket For service to tertiary education administration at Curtin University, to the fostering of links with overseas institutions, and to the promotion of equitable educational services for regional communities.
Richard Michael Haddock For service to business through executive roles with financial institutions, to the law, and to the community, particularly as an adviser to the social welfare organisations of the Catholic Church in Australia.
Winthrop Professor Peter Edwin Hartmann For service to science and education as an academic and researcher in the biochemistry and physiology of human lactation.
Vera Lillian Hatton For service to the museums sector through the Lady Denman Heritage Complex, and as a supporter of youth, social welfare and historical organisations in the Shoalhaven region.
The Honourable Peter Cadden Heerey QC For service to the judiciary through the Federal Court of Australia, to the development of legal principle in the areas of intellectual property, trade practices, and military law, and to the community.
Graeme John Henderson For services to maritime archaeology in Western Australia through the documentation and preservation of Australia's underwater cultural heritage, to international professional associations, and to the community.
Diana Marie Hill For service to the international community, particularly through the United Nations International Children's Emergency Fund, and to youth, health and social welfare organisations.
Associate Professor Renate Thelma Howe For service to higher education and to the arts through administrative and academic roles, and to the community, particularly through heritage and cultural organisations.
James Forrest Hughes For service to the community through executive roles with Apex Clubs of Australia, to the insurance industry, and as a supporter of community health, social welfare and arts organisations.
Graham John Jahn For service to architecture, particularly through the promotion of excellence in urban design and planning, to professional associations, and to local government and the arts.
The Honourable Gregory Reginald James QC For service to the judiciary and to the law as a contributor to mental health reform, to the administration of criminal justice, and to the international community.
Brian Charles Jeffriess For service to the fishing and aquaculture inditrues as a contributor to the sustainable management and harvesting of Australian fisheries and through national and international professional associations.
Dr John Patrick Keneally For service to medicine as a clinician and academic, to the specialty of paediatric anaesthesia and pain management, and through advisory roles with public health organisations.
Bryan Andrew Keon-Cohen QC For service to the law, and to the legal profession, through the advancement of social justice and the protection of human rights, particularly in the areas of environmental and indigenous law reform.
Joseph Khattar For service to business and to the Lebanese community in Australia through a range of executive roles, and as a supporter of social welfare and church organisations.
Frances Mary Kilgariff For service to local government in the Northern Territory, to the economic and social advancement of the community of the Alice Springs region, and through contributions to indigenous, tourism and community health organisations.
Sandra Jenene Lambert For service to public administration in the Australian Capital Territory in the areas of disability, community housing, multicultural relations, health and welfare, and as a mentor.
Jeffrey Lee For service to conservation and the environment of the Northern Territory, particularly through advocacy roles for the inclusion of the Djok Gundjeihmi country as a World Heritage area within Kakadu National Park.
Professor Sandra Chérie Legg For service to nursing as a clinician, educator and through executive roles, to the development of health care management systems nationally and internationally, and to the community.
Professor Geoffrey John Lindell For service to legal education as an academic, particularly in the area of Australian constitutional law and through a range of professional associations.
The Honourable Kevin Edmund Lindgren QC For service to the judiciary and administration of justice through the Federal Court of Australia, and to legal education in the area of commercial law.
Emeritus Scientia Professor Eugenie Ruth Lumbers For service to the medical sciences in the fields of physiology and pharmacology as a researcher, academic and administrator, and to the community.
Kenneth James McAlpine For service to education, particularly through executive roles with the New South Wales Secondary Principals' Council, as an educator, and to the community.
Ian Roy McBean For service to the livestock industry in the Northern Territory, to the improvement of animal health, and to the Australian Brahman Breeders Association.
Dr Tracey Therese McDonald For service to nursing, particularly in the area of aged care, through advisory roles with the United Nations Expert Groups, and to the development of public health and social welfare policy.
James McGowan For service to public administration in Queensland through the development and implementation of public sector management and training reforms and to improved service delivery.
Professor Peter Balshaw McPhee For service to tertiary education and administration, to the discipline of history as an academic and author, and to professional associations.
Susan Patricia Marriott For service to conservation and the environment through the Secretariat for International Landcare, particularly the development of programs dealing with climate change and rural land management.
Roydon John Masters For service to sport through executive roles with the Australian Sports Commission, to the sport of Rugby League football, and to journalism.
Dr Timothy Hamish Mathew For service to medicine in the field of renal disease and transplantation through research and advisory roles, and to Kidney Health Australia.
Professor Jagannath Mazumdar For service to applied mathematics and biomedical engineering as a researcher and educator, and to the Indian community.
Professor Ian Thomas Meredith For service to medicine in the field of cardiology as a clinician and researcher, and through advisory roles with a range of public health organisations.
Emeritus Professor Louise Brearley Messer For service to the dental profession, particularly in the field of paediatric denistry, as a clinician, academic and researcher.
Dr George Alexander Michell For service to architectural history and conservation as a scholar, author and mentor, as an interpreter of Indian culture, and through the promotion of Australia-India relations.
Associate Professor Brian John Miller For service to medicine as a general and colorectal surgeon, to trauma education,as a mentor, and through contributions to improved surgical techniques.
Simon David Mordant For service to the arts and to the cultural environment of Australia through philanthropic and executive roles, and to the community.
Stirling Austin Mortlock For service to the sport of Rugby Union football, particularly as Captain of the Wallabies.
Professor Kathryn Nance North For service to medicine in the field of neuromuscular and neurogenetics research, paediatrics and child health as a clinician and academic, and to national and international professional associations.
Dr Harry Frank Oxer ASM For service to hyperbaric and underwater medicine, to medical education, and continuing service to St John Ambulance in Western Australia.
Frank Pace For service to business through executive roles with national and international organisations involved in the egg production industry, and to the community.
David John Parker For service to public administration through contributions to economic policy, as an Australian representative to world economic forums, to Kidney Health Australia and to people with kidney disease.
Dr Rodney David Pearce For service to medicine as a general practitioner, through contributions to national medical organisations, and to education.
Emeritus Professor John Douglas Penrose For service to the community through the Volunteer Task Force of Western Australia, and to education in the field of marine science and physics.
Emeritus Professor Roslyn Louise Pesman For service to tertiary education through academic and administrative roles, particularly the study of the history of Italian migrants in Australia, and to the community.
Donald Geoffrey Phillips For service to business through roles with Regional Development Australia, to vocational training organisations, and to the community of Taree.
Prudence Howard Power For service to community health as an advocate for equity and access to health care services, to the development of professional standards, and to nursing.
Emeritus Professor Alan Duncan Reid For service to education as an academic and researcher, particularly through contributions to the development of state and national curriculum policy, and to professional associations.
Ian Andrew Renard For service to the tertiary education sector, particularly in the area of governance policy development, to business and commerce, and to a range of arts and cultural institutions.
David Graham Russell RFD QC For service to the National Party of Australia and to politics, to taxation law and legal education, and to the community.
Dr Rhonda Dawn Sharp For service to education as an academic and researcher, to the study of economics, and to women.
George Benjamin Smith For service to the sport of Rugby Union football as a player at the national and international level, and to the community.
Professor Mandyam Veerambudi Srinivasan For service to visual and sensory neuroscience through the Queensland Brain Institute, as an academic, researcher and mentor, and to the national and international scientific community.
Dr Philip Jon Stephenson† For service to the earth sciences as an academic, to the Australian National Antarctic Research Expeditions organisation, and to environmental and resource management.
Robert James Stewart For service to the community through fostering collaboration between business and the tertiary education sector, to health and technology organisations, and to the sport of rowing.
Dr Edward Richard Street For service to dentistry and to the dental profession, as an oral and maxillofacial surgeon, to medicine, and to the international community.
Rosalind Maybanke Strong For service to women through the United Nations entity for gender equality and the empowerment of women, to the arts, heritage and education sectors, and to the community.
Dr Anne Eliza Sved Williams For service to medicine, as a perinatal and infant mental health specialist, to medical education, and through contributions to professional organisations.
Inaam Tabaa For service to industrial relations in New South Wales, and to the community, particularly through the Australian Council of Women Affairs.
Professor Frank Hamilton Talbot For service to environmental protection through the Sydney Institute of Marine Science, to coral reef research, to museum development and management, and to international scientific organisations.
Professor S. Caroline Taylor For service to the community through roles with social welfare organisations as a researcher, and to women's studies as an author.
Adjunct Associate Professor Patricia Helen Trott For service to physiotherapy through administrative and academic roles and through a range of professional associations at the state and national level.
Professor Martin Tsamenyi For service to maritime and fisheries law in the Asia-Pacific region, through the Australian National Centre for Ocean Resources and Security, and to legal education.
Phillip John Tuckerman For service to people with a disability through the provision of employment opportunities for young people, and to disability services.
Professor Frank John Vajda For service to neuropharmacology, particularly in the specialty of epilepsy as a clinician and researcher, to medical education, and to the Jewish community.
Murray Mack Walker For service to the community through a range of executive roles with conservation, health, educational and sporting organisations, and to advertising.
Patrick Ernest Walsh For service to the international community in the Asia-Pacific region as an advocate for human rights, particularly in Timor-Leste.
Professor Garry James Walter For service to medicine in the field of adolescent mental health, to medical education, and as a contributor to professional publications.
Rosemary Warmington For service to the community of South Australia, particularly through advancing the recognition and rights of family carers and as an advocate for people with mental illness.
Associate Professor Alan John Watson For service to the international community as Founder of the Katoke Trust for Overseas Aid, to the people of Tanzania, and to education.
David Wittner For service to business, particularly footwear retailing, to professional organisations, to a range of charitable and medical research groups, and to Rotary.
Graeme Thomas Wood For service to business, particularly the tourism industry, and through philanthropic support for young people and tertiary education institutions in Queensland.
Carol Joan Woodrow For service to the performing arts, to youth theatre as an artistic director, and to the development of women playwrights in Australia.
Professor Dennis K. S. Yue For service to medicine in the field of diabetes and endocrinology, as a clinician and researcher and through advisory roles with national and international organisations.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Rear Admiral David Lance Johnston For exceptional service in the Royal Australian Navy in senior Naval and Joint operational staff appointments.
Captain Colin John Lawrence For exceptional service in the field of Aerospace Engineering in the Royal Australian Navy.
Commodore Richard Temple Menhinick CSC For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Navy as Director General Navy Transformation and Innovation and Commandant of the Australian Command and Staff College.
Army Brigadier Phillip Keith Bridie For exceptional service to the Australian Army as Senior Project Officer at Headquarters Training Command and the Commander of the 8th Brigade.
Brigadier Damian Michael Cantwell For exceptional service in the fields of support to Army operations and Army's future concepts and development.
Lieutenant Colonel Cate McGregor For exceptional service to the Australian Army as Director of the Land Warfare Studies Centre.
Lieutenant Colonel Matthew Richard Pearse For exceptional service as the Staff Officer Grade One Doctrine, Land Warfare Development Centre, Commanding Officer of the 1st Combat Engineer Regiment and Commanding Officer of the Australian Tank Force Rotation 8 (Rear).
Air Force Group Captain Kathryn Grace Dunn For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the field of education and training.
Group Captain Steven Peter Robertson For exceptional service to the Royal Australian Air Force in the fields of command, capability development and acquisition, and capability introduction and management.

Medal (OAM)[edit]

General Division[edit]

Recipient Citation
Norman Hamilton Abbey For service to people with a disability, particularly through the Shannon Park Foundation.
Robert Edward Adam For service to people who are deaf or hard of hearing through executive and administrative roles.
Michael Ali For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Helensburgh.
Suzanne Kate Alvarez For service to the arts through the Australian Storytelling Guild.
Judith Ann Anderson For service to the Queensland Ballet through administrative roles, and to women.
John Bernard Arthur For service to Catholic Religious Congregations and to indigenous education through advisory and leadership roles.
Dr Kenneth Vernon Bailey For service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Shayne Donald Baker For service to the community, particularly through the Royal Life Saving Society, and to education.
Dr Appupillay Balasubramaniam For service to the Hindu community of Australia.
Lesley Adele Barnes For service to the preservation of Australia's heritage, and to the community.
Ross Douglas Barrett For service to the building and construction industry.
Brian Stirtevant Barrow For service to the law in Victoria as a magistrate, and to youth.
The Reverend Dr Warren Keith Bartlett For service to the Uniting Church of Australia, and to the community.
Thomas Baxter For service to engineering through executive roles, and to the community.
Gail Evelyn Beck For service to the indigenous community of Perth through roles in the areas of health, social welfare and native title.
Wayne McDonald Bell For service to the indigenous community through the Victorian Aboriginal Legal Service.
Dr Colin Gabriel Benjamin For service to the community through roles with social welfare organisations, and to business.
Trevor John Bennett For service to the community of Narooma, and to the Starlight Children's Foundation.
Gunars Eizens Berzzarins For service to the Latvian community, and to sport as an administrator and journalist.
Dr Robert John Black RFD For service to medicine, particularly in the field of otolaryngology.
David Ernest Blackwell For service to the accountancy profession, and to the community.
Warren Sydney Blee For service to the pharmaceutical industry, and to the Australian Naval Cadets.
Bridget Block† For service to the community of Mosman.
Murray Michael Block For service to the community of Mosman.
Louise Anne Blue For service to children and young people with a disability.
John A. Boyle For service to the community, particularly through the Warrandyte Festival.
Lilliane Olive Brady For service to local government, and to the community of Cobar.
Nola Frances Bransgrove For service to the transport and logistics industry, to women, and to the community.
Holly Louise Brennan For service to the community through organisations promoting the welfare and rights of children.
John Joseph Brennan For service to the surf lifesaving movement through a range of executive roles, and to the community.
Torah Bright For service to sport as a Gold Medallist at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Peter John Brooke For service to the community as a pilot with the Royal Flying Doctor Service in Queensland.
Keith James Brownbill For service to the community of the Morwell region through a range of organisations.
Maxwell Gordon Browning For service to the community of Armidale.
Ronald Alan Brownlees For service to local government, and to a range of health and community organisations.
Paul William Brunton For service to Australian history through curatorial roles with the Mitchell Library.
Dr Michael Paul Brydon For service to medicine as a paediatrician, and to the community.
Lorraine Ann Buhk For service to the community, particularly through the surf lifesaving movement.
Robert Butterfield For service to the community of Palm Beach.
Terence Francis Byrne For service to veterans and their families, and to the community of Launceston.
Andrew Hugh Campbell† For service to surveying through professional associations, and to the community.
Joseph Anthony Caputo For service to the Italian community in Australia, to the Victorian Multicultural Commission, and to local government.
Susan Mary Carr For service to youth through Girl Guides Australia.
Sister Maria Casey For service to the community as Postulator for the Canonisation of Mary MacKillop, and to the Catholic Church in Australia.
Heather Margaret Champion de Crespigny For service to the Australian Red Cross.
Eve Chappell For service to the preservation of local history through the Glen Innes and District Historical Society.
Professor Kevin Cheney For service to medicine in the field of haematology.
Kerry Child For service to local government, and to the community of Bellingen.
John Graham Christmass For service to music education in Western Australia, and to choral performance.
Professor Stephen John Clarke For service to medicine in the disciplines of oncology and pharmacology.
Norma Veronica Clinch For service to nursing, and to The Alfred Hospital.
Barry Clugston For service to the community of regional Victoria through a range of water industry and environmental organisations.
Stephen James Cocker For service to veterans in Tasmania.
Murray Leslie Coleman For service to the building and construction industry.
Debra Kathleen Colyer For service to community health through the PKU Association of New South Wales.
Barry Maxwell Comben For service to the automotive industry.
Gregory John Conkey For service to the community of Wagga Wagga.
Norma Madeline Connolly For service to the sport of basketball through administrative and coaching roles.
Dr Brian Douglas Cooke For service to conservation and the environment through biological management programs for rabbit population control.
David Alan Costello For service to the licensed club industry in New South Wales, and through contributions to charitable organisations.
Dr Hamilton Russell Cowie For service to the community as an historian and advocate for restoration, and as an educator and academic.
Squadron Leader Robert Barson Cowper DFC For service to veterans and their families through a range of ex-service organisations.
Catherine Dorothy Craig For service to the Penrith Community Kitchen.
Dr Ernest Humphry Cramond MBE For service to medicine as a general practitioner and through the Australian Medical Association.
Sister Margaret Anne Culhane For service to the international community, particularly refugees from Asia and Africa, to women, and as an educator.
Denis Francis Dack For service to the community of the Fraser Coast through roles with a range of organisations.
William Dalglish For service to veterans and their families through the organisation of Australian representatives at international Anzac Day services.
Drew John Dangar For service to the indigenous community through a range of health and welfare programs, and as a foster carer.
Dinah Danon For service to the community through the National Council of Jewish Women of Australia.
Malcolm Carey Daubney For service to people with a vision impairment through Vision Australia.
Shirley Norma Davison For service to the Walcha region, particularly through the Amaroo Local Aboriginal Land Council.
Ian Lionel Debenham For service to the research, documentation and preservation of Australia's aviation history and heritage.
Victoria Maria de Haas For service to people with an intellectual disability through the Activ Foundation.
Roma Lois Dix For service to the visually impaired, the performing arts, and to the community of Mittagong.
Robert Phillip Dobson AFSM For service to the community through voluntary roles with a range of service organisations.
Grant Stephen Dorrington BEM For service to the community through contributions to road safety, and to the management and development of the Australian Football League in Western Australia.
James Garth Doyle For service to the community through the Sisters of Charity Outreach Foundation.
Graham William Dunstan For service to veterans and their families through the Vietnam Veterans Association of Australia.
Jamie Paul Durie For service to the community as an ambassador and supporter of a range of charitable and environmental organisations, and as a landscape designer.
Graeme Keith Dyer For service to the road transport industry, and to the community of Wellington.
The Reverend Dr Denis Edwards For service to the Catholic Archdiocese of Adelaide, and to theological education.
Michael John Edwards For service to the protective security industry through the development of training programs.
Peter Nicolaus Ellis For service to the arts through collection and preservation of Australian folk history and heritage.
Dr David Denton Evans For service to medicine as an infectious diseases physician.
Peter James Evans For service to the community of Newcastle and the Hunter Region, to business, and to youth.
Peter John Fenton For service to the Australian film industry as a sound engineer.
James Francis Field For service to the community of Yass, and to Lions International.
Harold Finger For service to the community through a range of Jewish organisations.
Colonel Graeme William Finney For service to the community of Wagga Wagga through a range of charitable organisations.
Emeritus Professor Brian Hinton Fletcher For service to education as an academic, researcher and author in the discipline of Australian history.
William Michael Flynn For service to the community of Ballarat, and to the Catholic Church in Australia through administrative roles.
James Martin Ford For service to the sport of cricket in the Northern Territory.
Joan Rosemary Ford For service to business and commerce, to human resource management, and to equal employment initiatives.
Judith Ann Friend For service to the arts through voluntary roles with the Art Gallery of New South Wales and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Paul Hamilton Funnell For service to the plumbing industry.
John Edward Gall For service to the banking and finance sector, and to the community.
Dr Donat Selwyn Gallagher For service to the arts, to education, and to the community of Townsville.
Father Paul Bernard Gardiner For service to the community in the fields of religion, as Postulator for the Canonisation of Mary MacKillop, and to the Catholic Church in Australia.
Dr Dorothy Mary Gibson-Wilde For service to heritage preservation in Queensland.
Stephen John Glasson For service to the sport of lawn bowls as a coach and player.
Dr Alan James Goble For service to medicine as a cardiologist, and to the National Heart Foundation in Victoria.
Jennifer Ann Gorrel For service to the community of the Riverina through a range of health and social welfare organisations.
Gerrard James Gosens For service to people who are blind or vision impaired, and to sport.
Josette Gostin For service to the community through a range of Jewish organisations.
Joan Alison Grace For service to mental health care through the Francis Foundation.
Donald Charles Graham For service to the community of Mackay through a range of organisations.
Shirley Edith Green For service to music through the Yeppoon Choral Society.
Leigh Kenneth Hall For service to the community of South Australia through local government, business and health organisations.
Alice May Halloran For service to aged welfare in New South Wales.
Colin Roy Hamilton For service to the sport of hockey, and to the community of Rockhampton.
Neil Hamilton For service to local government, and to the community of Moorabbin.
Peter Hansen For service to the building and construction industry, and to the community.
Ina Patricia Harbison For service to marine conservation in South Australia.
Arnold Rex Harcourt For service to the community as an author, researcher and historian, particularly of the founding and early days of Melbourne and Victoria.
Leigh Walter Hardinge For service to local government, and to the community of Victoria through executive roles with a range of service organisations.
Joan Margaret, Lady Hardy For service to the community through support for a range of charitable organisations.
Dr Michael Allan Harrison For service to veterinary science.
Raymond Jack Hart For service to veterans and their families, particularly through the Spitfire Association.
Raymond Kenneth Harty For service to the building and construction industry through vocational training and education, and to the community.
Joan May Hausfeld For service to the community of Tamworth through a range of voluntary roles.
Francis Laurence Heerey For service to veterans through the Royal Australian Air Force Association.
Graham Kent Hill For service to the community of the Sutherland district.
Elizabeth Francesca Ho For service to education through the Bob Hawke Prime Ministerial Centre at the University of South Australia, and to women.
Geoffrey Raynor Hook For service to the print media as a political and social commentator, and as a cartoonist.
Robert Eric Horsell For service to cricket administration.
Dr Henry Arthur Hudson For service to museums, to heritage preservation, and to the community of Queenscliff.
Owen Ray Hughan For service to the sport of basketball as a player, coach and administrator.
Warren Desmond Humphries For service to the community of Labrador, particularly through roles with the Men's Shed.
Dr Francis Thomas Hurley For service to the community of Ballarat, and to education.
Jack Huxtable For service to the sport of Australian Rules football, and to the community of Morwell.
Francesco Incani For service to medicine as a surgeon, and to the Italian community in Victoria.
Bawa Singh Jagdev For service to the Sikh community in Australia.
Richard Jeffreys For service to veterans and their families through the Coorparoo Sub-Branch of the Returned and Services League of Australia, and to local government.
Davina Anne Johnson For service to community health through the Royal Children's Hospital Auxiliary.
Joyce Sheila Johnston For service to the hospitality and tourism industry, and to the community.
Clayton William Jones For service to education as Headmaster of Girton Grammar School, and to the community of Bendigo.
Helen Kalis For service to the community of Tasmania.
John Warwick Kean For service to the community through education, medical research, trade and charitable organisations.
Kenneth John Kennett For service to the performing arts, particularly theatre, as an actor, writer and director.
Peter Jeffrey Kirk For service to the community through a range of health and social welfare organisations.
Dr Bengt Korman For service to the community, particularly through the Holocaust Institute of Western Australia.
Loula Kostos For service to the Royal Children's Hospital as a volunteer.
Stanislaw Lech Kowalski For service to the community, particularly in the Australian Capital Territory, through organisations supporting multiculturalism and the Lone Fathers Association.
Jack George Kyros† For service to the Greek community of Western Australia.
Gavin James Larkin† For service to the community through the advancement and promotion of suicide prevention awareness, and as Founder of R U OK? Day.
Lydia Lassila For service to sport as a Gold Medallist at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Olympic Games.
Sister Mary Margaret Leahy For service to pastoral care as the Chaplain of the Stella Maris Apostleship of the Sea.
Jack William Le Cras For service to the community of Perth, particularly through a range of service organisations, and to the Naval Association of Australia.
Madeleine Mary Le Surf For service to the community of Manly.
Mikla Katherine Lewis For service to conservation and the environment in New South Wales.
Dr David Lillystone For service to medicine in the field of paediatrics and child health.
Mary Lorna Linn For service to the community of Thebarton, and to local government.
Lieutenant Colonel Glyn David Llanwarne For service to veterans and their families through the recovery of military insignia.
Norma Maud Lovelace For service to the community through the Queensland Country Women's Association of Australia.
John Kenneth McCallum For service to the sport of Rugby League football, Queensland Community Clubs, and to the community of Cairns.
Anne Lynette McDonald For service to local government, and to the community of the Dungog Shire.
Brian McDonald For service to the community of Majors Creek.
Caroline Diana McFarlane For service to the environment, and to the community through the Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists.
Kerrie June McKenzie For service to the National Reconciliation Movement between indigenous and non-indigenous Australians, through Lane Cove Residents for Reconciliation.
Judith Ann McLean For service to youth, and to the rural community in Tasmania.
Dr Lindsay Owen McMillan For service to people with a disability through a range of health organisations and employee assistance programs.
David Grant McSkimming For service to the performing arts, particularly opera, as a vocal coach and recital pianist.
Ursula MacDermott For services to the community through the Australian Capital Territory Neighbourhood Watch Association.
David Colin Macfarlane For service to the performing arts, particularly opera.
John Edmond Mackay For service to the community of Bankstown through support for fundraising initiatives.
James William Mallice For service to the community through roles with social welfare organisations.
Trevor Lindsay Manning For service to the community of Birdwood, and through executive roles with health care providers.
David George Martin For service to the community, particularly to people with a disability, the aged, and to veterans and their families.
Dr Neil Thomas Matthews For service to medicine in the field of paediatric critical care as a practitioner and academic.
Lindsay Ross Maybury For service to the community of Quirindi.
Gus Mercurio For service to boxing as an administrator and sports commentator, as a film, television and stage actor, and to the community.
Anthony John Metcalf For service to youth, to aged welfare, and to motor enthusiast organisations in South Australia.
Patricia Miles† For service to the community of Eden through aged care, social welfare and service organisations.
Janice Maree Millikan For service to early childhood education.
Daryl Bruce Mills For service to the international community through humanitarian roles.
Ashleigh John Moore For service to community health through Cancer Voices South Australia.
Dr Kerry Leonard Moroney For service to rural medicine, and to the community of Narrabri.
The Honourable Peter Frederick Morris For service to the Parliament of Australia through a range of ministerial portfolios, and to the maritime industry and ship safety.
Robert Benjamin Morris For service to the community through the preservation of the history and heritage of the Lithgow area.
Arthur Neville Moseley For service to youth through the Scouting movement.
Barry William Moynahan For service to the sport of rowing in New South Wales.
Timothy John Mulvany For service to the law, to the protection of children, and to the community.
Edward Maurice Murrell† For service to the community of the Dungog Shire, to local government, and to emergency service organisations.
Associate Professor Ganapathi Asari Murugesan For service to medicine, particularly in the field of psychiatry.
Dr Michael Alan Myers For service to education and to youth through the Re-Engineering Australia Foundation.
Commander Robert Emulis Nelson For service to education through the development and national delivery of the Science and Engineering Challenge.
Xuan Tiep Nguyen For service to the Vietnamese community in Australia.
Deborah Ruth Nicholls For service to the community, particularly as a refugee advocate.
Dr Sally Felstead Nobbs For service to the international community, particularly of Nepal, as a fundraiser.
Dr Kim Tee Ong For service to the rural community of Mandurah, and to medicine as a general practitioner.
Michael John O'Sullivan MM For service to youth, particularly through the Christ Church Grammar School Army Cadet Unit.
Denis Richard Page For service to business, and to the community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Alan Arthur Parker For service to the community, particularly through Bicycle Victoria.
Sidney Thomas Parker For service to the Australian livestock industry, and to horseracing.
Graeme Gordon Patterson For service to the Australian Football League as an umpire, administrator and historian.
Michael Bernard Pawley For service to the sport of cricket in the Manly-Dee Why area.
Thomas Payne For service to the accommodation and hospitality sector, and to the community through a range of arts and charitable organisations.
Tanya Pearson For service to the performing arts, particularly ballet, as a teacher and mentor to young dancers.
Lynette Pengilly For service to the community of Parkes.
Emanuel Andrew Petrelis For service to the Greek community of Western Australia, to business, and to education.
Dorothy Phipps For service to the community of the Hawkesbury region, and to theatre through the Richmond Players.
The Reverend Lucille Evelyn Piper For service to the international community through educational, health and pastoral roles.
Robert James Pollock For service to tourism and to the community of southern New South Wales.
Dr Stuart Barrington Porges For service to community health in rural and remote areas, and to medicine.
Helen Poulos For service to children in hospital and to their families.
Peter James Prineas For service to conservation and the environment in New South Wales through executive and advocacy roles.
Ann Margaret Prunty For service to international relations through Operation Christmas Child and Samaritan's Purse Australia.
William Benedict Quinlan For service to the community of Warrnambool through local government and social welfare organisations.
John Malbon Ralston For service to education through the Independent Schools Council of Australia and the Association of Independent Schools of New South Wales.
Brian Charles Randall For service to the sport of athletics, and to the community.
Mathiaparanam Ravichandhira For service to the arts, particularly through the Academy of Indian Music and Cultural Studies Australia.
David Nicholas Rayner For service to the community through a range of charitable and service organisations.
Dr Geoffrey Arnold Rickarby For service to medicine, particularly in the field of child and adolescent psychiatry.
Dr John Stanislaus Roarty For service to medicine, particularly through contributions to St Vincent's Clinic.
Thomas Victor Roberts For service to the community of Ballarat, particularly through the Royal Australian Air Force Association, and to medicine.
Dr Ian Flett Robertson For service to ophthalmology, and to the Lions Eye Donation Service.
Anthony Brooke Robins For service to the community of Adelaide, particularly through the Phoenix Society.
Patricia Frances Roser For service to the community, and to the Coffs Harbour Garden Club.
Barbara Anne Ryan For service to the community through the St Vincent de Paul Society.
William Ryan For service to the community through the United Protestants Association of New South Wales.
Ramon Sandell For service to the sport of football as an administrator and referee.
Gail Kaye Sanders For service to the community through the Australian Property Institute.
Peter Schodde† For service to science education, and to a range of professional associations.
Darren Leslie Scott For service to the community, particularly through Operation Rosemary.
The Honourable Helen Wai-Har Sham-Ho For service to the Parliament of New South Wales, to the Chinese Community, and as a supporter of a range of charitable organisations and educational institutions.
Michael Francis Sheils For service to industrial relations.
Vincent John Shelley For service to the community of Chiltern.
Maureen Jill Smart For service to the indigenous community in South Australia.
Helen Frances Smith For service to the sport of netball in the Northern Territory.
Lindsay Walter Smith For service to conservation and the environment, and to the community.
Marion Joyce Smith For service to youth, particularly through Girl Guides Australia.
Dr Peter Warnock Smith For service to science education, and to philanthropy.
Samuel George Smith For service to the community of Gladstone.
Beverley Frances Snell For service to international health.
Warwick Graeme Soden For service to judicial administration through the Federal Court of Australia.
Peter Somerville For service to the commercial passenger boat industry, and to conservation in the Maribyrnong area.
Joan Margaret Sonter For service to the Port Macquarie branch of the Royal Far West.
Josephine Helen Spaull For service to the performing arts, particularly dance, as a teacher and administrator.
Christopher Xenephon Stathy For service to the water industry in South Australia.
Wendy Dianne Stein For service to the international community through Rotary.
Dr John David Stockard For service to conservation and the environment, and to the community of the Taree-Manning region.
Alexander Stuart For service to the building industry, and to the community.
Dr Margaret Catherine Stuart For service to medical research as a biotechnologist.
Robert John Styling AFSM For service to people with a disability through advocacy and employment organisations, and to the community.
Marie Rosalie Sullivan For service to the community, particularly through the Macquarie 2010 Bicentennial Celebrations.
Emeritus Professor John David Sumner-Potts For service to the media as an academic and educator, and to the community.
Emeritus Professor Roland Denis Sussex For service to the development and understanding of languages in Australia.
Vicki Sykes For service to education through the Mater Hospital Special School, and to youth.
Graham John Symes For service to the community through the Traffic Offenders Program.
Noel Edward Tarbotton For service to youth through Scouts Australia.
Jill Mary Taylor For service to wildlife conservation through the Hunter Koala Preservation Society.
Carol Michelle Tebbutt For service to Australia-Fiji relations.
Sheila Hamilton Thompson For service to the community of Canberra as a church organist and musical director.
Associate Professor Peter Frederick Thursby For service to medicine in the field of vascular surger, and to the Concord Repatriation General Hospital.
Dr John William Tierney For service to the Parliament of Australia, to education, and to the community.
Julie Anne Tongs For service to the indigenous community of the Australian Capital Territory.
Geraldine Mavis Treloar For service to the podiatry profession.
Kevin Richard Trent RFD For service to local government, and to the community of South Perth through a range of ex-service and social welfare organisations.
Professor Rodney Stuart Tucker For service to the electrical and electronics industry, particularly as an academic and educator.
Barbara Elizabeth Valentine For service to the community through the preservation of the history of Launceston, and to the museum and galleries sector.
Sabina van der Linden-Wolanski† For service to the community through a range of Jewish organisations.
Claire Russell Vickery For service to the community through the Butterfly Foundation.
Barbara Gay von Ess FOr service to people with autism spectrum disorders and their families, as an advocate and educator.
Shane Patrick Wall For service to primary industry, and to the community of the Wimmera region.
Frances Dawn Wallace For service to the community of Quirindi.
Geraldine Walters For service to people with a disability through administrative and fundraising roles.
Phyllis Ware For service to Friends of the Royal Perth Hospital.
Jessica Rose Watson For service to sailing and to youth through the achievement of sailing solo and unassisted around the world, and as a role model for young Australians.
Michael Victor Webster For service to the horseracing industry, and to the community.
Jillianne Elizabeth Weekes For service to the Starlight Children's Foundation Australia.
Anna Wellings Booth For service to women's health through a range of breast cancer support organisations, particularly Dragons Abreast Australian Capital Territory and Region and Breast Cancer Network Australia.
Sylvia Frances Westerman For service to the community, particularly through the Quilts for Keeps project.
Dr Rodney Neil Westhorpe For service to medicine as an anaesthetist.
Ildikó Wetherell For service to the Hungarian community in South Australia.
Dr Brian Peter Wheatley For service to medicine in the field of obstetrics and gynaecology, and to medical education.
Oscar Ralph Whitbread For service to the Australian film and television industry.
Doreen Widdison For service to the community of Albury, particularly through Woodstock Support.
Commander John Murray Wilkins RFD For service to the preservation of Australia's naval history.
David Bosworick Williams For service to music education as a teacher, and to the performing arts.
Dr Pamela Kaye Williams For service to women's health through executive roles with breast cancer awareness organisations.
Karen Lee Willis For service to the protection of women and children.
Robert Willis For service to the preservation of Australian folklore and traditional music.
Raymond Percy Wilson For service to the sport of golf, and to the community through a range of charitable organisations.
August Wohlschlager For service to the community of Port Pirie.
Victor George Wood For service to arts and crafts in Australia as an artisan and through the Victorian Woodworkers Association.
June Gloria Woolard For service to the Penrith Community Kitchen.
Dr Leslie Arthur Woollard For service to medicine in rural and remote areas of New South Wales.
Ruth Elizabeth Wraith For service to community health, particularly the treatment of children recovering from trauma.
Ronald Wright For service to the sport of cricket in New South Wales.
Dr Jeffrey Alfred Wunderlich For service to the community of Boroondara, particularly Hawthorn, through a range of volunteer roles in community support, education, sport and recreation.
Robin Michael Youl RFD For service to conservation and the environment in Victoria through the Landcare movement.
Julia Helen Young For service to the community of the North Coast as a supporter of mental health service delivery.
Hayden Paul Zammit For service to the community of Broken Hill through a range of fundaising and volunteer programs, and to youth leaderhship.
Faddy Zouky For service to business, and to the multicultural community in Victoria.

Military Division[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Warrant Officer Sharon Eileen Campbell For meritorious service in the field of Leadership and Recruit training in the Royal Australian Navy.
Army Warrant Officer Class One A— For meritorious service to the Australian Army.
Warrant Officer Class One Paul Charles Beadle For meritorious performance of duty as the Warrant Officer Supply, Deployable Logistic Information Systems Support Team from 2007 to 2010.
Warrant Officer Class One Stephen Andrew Colman For meritorious service as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 12th/40th Battalion, the Royal Tasmania Regiment and 6th Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class One Brent Alexander Doyle For meritorious service as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 4th Combat Engineer Regiment and 3rd Combat Engineer Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class Two Craig Stuart Duncan For meritorious performance of duty, including as the Company Sergeant Major, 4th Brigade Reserve Response Force, in Defence aid to the community of Victoria during fires and floods from 2009 to 2011.
Warrant Officer Class One John James Miller For meritorious service to the introduction into the Australian Army of the Abrams Main Battle Tank and as the Regimental Artificer Sergeant Major of the 1st Armoured Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class One Darren James Murch For meritorious service as the Regimental Sergeant Major of 8th/7th Battalion, the Royal Victoria Regiment, 1st Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment and the Mentoring and Reconstruction Task Force Two.
Air Force Wing Commander Geoffrey Bowen Kimmins CSC For meritorious service in the Directorate of Flying Safety, Maintenance Management and Planning Implementation, and the School of Technical Training.

Public Service Medal (PSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Aust. Martin Gerard Bowles For outstanding public service in delivering highly successful energy efficiency policies and remediation programs for the Home Insulation and Green Loans programs.
Blair Robert Comley For outstanding public service in the development of public policy, particularly in the areas of carbon pricing and emissions trading, tax policy design and debt management.
Gregory Dark For outstanding public service in continuity to tax administration, particularly in the areas of major project implementation and innovative service delivery.
Janet Florence Dorrington For outstanding public service through management of Australian border security as National Director, Passengers Division, Australian Customs and Border Protection Service.
Gregory Douglas Farr For outstanding public service in leading major reforms to the strategy and delivery of information and Communication Technology Systems, particularly in the Department of Defence.
Alistair Legge For outstanding public service in enhancing Australia's support for electoral processes in neighbouring countries and for the successful establishment of the Indigenous Electoral Participation Program.
Gary Wayne Maroske For outstanding public service in establishing and maintaining effective biosecurity measures in the Torres Strait and Northern Peninsula areas.
James John Marshall For outstanding public service in the management and delivery of Australia's mail-sorting and delivery network.
Neil Richard Orme For outstanding public service in the fields of Defence plicy development, corporate renewal and strategic issues management.
Ronald Thompson Perry For outstanding public service in the development and maintenance of the Council of Australian Governments as an effective institution of Australian governments.
Leslie May Riggs For outstanding public service in playing critical roles in driving national transport reform.
Dr Michelle Claire Storey For outstanding public service in establishing the Murchison Radioastronomy OBservatory and for assisting Australia's bid to host the international Square Kilometre Array project.
Thomas Fiaschi Yates For outstanding public service in organising the evacuation of Australian citizens from Tripoli, Libya, in February 2011.
NSW Michael Richard Allen For outstanding public service to the improvement of social housing in New South Wales.
John Leonard Burke For outstanding public service in the development of the Government Records Repository in New South Wales.
Patricia Anne Darlington For outstanding public service to the enhancement of public awareness of the environment.
Annette Dale Gallard For outstanding public service to the achievement of social justice for disadvantaged people in New South Wales.
Daniel Joseph Graham For outstanding public service in pioneering the development and delivery of public infrastructure in New South Wales through Public Private Partnerships and Privately Financed Partnerships.
Timothy Charles Hager For outstanding public service in the area of environmental conservation in New South Wales.
Terrence Ernest Kiss For outstanding public service in the community of the Coolamon Shire.
Dr Klaus Koop For outstanding public service in the area of marine estuarine ecology and biogeochemistry.
Christopher Kenneth Ryan For outstanding public service to public education and training in New South Wales.
Clarence John Slockee For outstanding public service to the Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust.
Robert Michael Williams For outstanding public service to water management in New South Wales.
Vic. Yehudi Blacher For outstanding public service in the instigation, promotion and implementation of innovative reforms in public administration.
Mary Yin Chan For outstanding public service as a leader among Supported Residential Services in Victoria, willing to work on pilot projects and continually endeavouring to improve services and living standards for the elderly.
Susan Leigh Williams For outstanding public service to tsunami reconstruction in Sri Lanka and the Maldives.
Qld Philip Adrian Berting For outstanding public service to local government in Queensland.
Dr Geoffrey James Dickie For outstanding public service in Queensland's economic growth while ensuring responsible development and sustainability.
Robyn Gail Eltherington For outstanding public service to Forgotten Australians – former residents of Queensland institutions.
Leslie Naureen Shirreffs For outstanding public service to environmental conservation and management in Queensland.
Dr David Craig Sowden For outstanding public service in Queensland Health, particularly in the areas of infectious diseases and clinical education.
Peter Thomas Trim For outstanding public service to the development and delivery of road and transport infrastructure in Queensland.
WA Peter John Mitchell For outstanding public service, particularly as the Sheriff of Western Australia.
Dr Shayne Silcox For outstanding public service, particularly to local government in Western Australia.
SA Dr Terence George Donald For outstanding public service in the area of child protection services.
Margot Jean Foster For outstanding public service in the area of education.
Andrew William Johnson For outstanding public service in the area of environmental and natural resource management.
ACT Anthony Seamus Gill For outstanding public service to road safety within the Australian Capital Territory.
NT Brendan Joseph Lawson For outstanding public service to the Northern Territory, particularly in the successful management of major infrastructure projects.

Australian Police Medal (APM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
Australian Federal Police Assistant Commissioner Ramzi Jabbour
Superintendent Christopher John Lines
New South Wales Police Assistant Commissioner Peter Barrie
Sergeant Paul George Batista
Senior Sergeant Ronald Charles Dorrough
Detective Chief Superintendent Wayne Desmond Gordon
Detective Inspector Paul Yervan Jacob
Inspector Mark Anthony Minehan
Detective Superintendent Peter James O'Brien
Detective Chief Inspector Brad Edmund Tayler
Detective Inspector Peter Yeomans
Victoria Police Superintendent John Joseph Blayney
Assistant Commissioner Andrew Stuart Crisp
Senior Sergeant Steven Gordon Deveson
Senior Sergeant Gaetano Joe Ilardi
Superintendent Geoffery Allan Newby
Inspector Stephen James Waddell
Queensland Police Senior Sergeant Peter Raymond Flexman
Inspector John Fox
Senior Sergeant Kevin Thomas Gleeson
Detective Superintendent Daniel Christopher Mahon
Detective Senior Sergeant Karyn Melinda Murphy
Chief Superintendent Raymond George Pringle
Western Australia Police Assistant Commissioner Duane Garnet Bell
Senior Sergeant Mark Roger Davey
Superintendent Kevin Charles Looby
South Australia Police Superintendent Kym Stephen Hardwick
Assistant Commissioner Grantley John Stephens
Detective Sergeant Brian Ian Swan
Tasmania Police Inspector Anthony Paul Cerritelli
Commander Mark Mewis
Northern Territory Police Assistant Commissioner Mark Leonard Payne
Senior Sergeant Andrew Peter Pusterla

Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Fire Services Jeffrey James Bower
Anthony Michael Camilleri
Russell Geoffrey Deaves
Paul Jack Gleeson
Peter Murgatroyd
Christopher John Powell
Mervyn John Reed
Geoffrey Claude Towner
Bruce Ronald Walton
Victoria Fire Services Robert Wayne Jarvis
Neil Stanley Labbett
Trevor Robert Mills
Allan James Morton
Alan Norman Rhodes
Leslie John Vearing
Bruce Leonard Vine
Queensland Fire Services Ian William Birbeck
Brian Francis Clerk
Antonio Perna
Charles Isaac Smith†
John Stanley Watson
Western Australia Fire Services Russell Joseph Hayes
Marion Kaye MacDougall
Roderick Malcolm MacDougall
Jeffry John Smith
South Australia Fire Services Terence John Beeston
Barry Elliott Luke
Suzanne Joy Mickan
Colin Anthony Ryles
Tasmania Fire Service Anthony Dick Blanks
Colin Edwin Triffitt

Ambulance Service Medal (ASM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Ambulance Service Dr Ronald John Manning
Maureen Ann Roberts
Victoria Ambulance Service Dr Andrew Kenneth Bacon
Bryan Charles Cass
Stephen John Humphreys
Ian Robert Jarvie
Daniel James McGennisken
Mark Edward Rogers
Queensland Ambulance Service Michelle Susan Baxter
Deidree Whap
Western Australia Ambulance Service Christopher Joseph Gleisinger
Julian John Smith
Pamela Joy Tennant
South Australia Ambulance Service Malcolm Latimer Hancock
David John Tingey
Tasmania Ambulance Service Desmond Reginald Lane
Northern Territory Ambulance Service Michael James McKay

Emergency Services Medal (ESM)[edit]

Branch Recipient
New South Wales Emergency Services Mark David Darling
Rolf Leonard Garda
Trevor Gordon Milgate OAM
Victoria Emergency Services Peter Thomas Kueffer
Gary John Lovell
Michael John Matthews
Queensland Emergency Services Peter Andrew Gould
Carrollyn Anne Hennessy
Western Australia Emergency Services David Emmanuel Clark
Leslie Alexander Hayter
William John Norris
South Australia Emergency Services Lynette Joy Berghofer
Donald Wayne Rose
Tasmania Emergency Services Gregory Donald French
Andrew James Lea
Ian Andrew Nielsen OAM
Northern Territory Emergency Services Gary Douglas Carrington

Medal for Gallantry (MG)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Sergeant D— For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances.
Private K— For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances.
Private Paul Bjorn Langer For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances on 24 August 2010 while a rifleman with Mentoring Team Delta, the 1st Mentoring Task Force at Derapet, Tangi Valley, Afghanistan.
Sergeant Sean Anthony Lanigan For acts of gallantry in action in hazardous circumstances on 24 August 2010 while a platoon sergeant and mentor with Mentoring Team Delta, the 1st Mentoring Task Force at Derapet, Tangi Valley, Afghanistan.

Commendation for Gallantry[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Private A— For acts of gallantry in action.
Corporal C— For acts of gallantry in action while a team commander.
Corporal D— For acts of gallantry in action while a team commander.
Corporal Adam John Heemskerk For acts of gallantry in action on 20 August 2010 while a section commander with Mentoring Team Alpha, the 1st Mentoring Task Force at Musazai, Mirabad Valley, Afghanistan.
Lance Corporal Shaun Miller Kober For acts of gallantry in action during October 2010 and January 2011 while a sniper team second-in-command in Mentoring Team Four Three Bravo, Combat Team Delta, the 2nd Mentoring Task Force in Chora, Baluchi Valley, Afghanistan.
Private Shaun Patrick Parker For acts of gallantry in action on 24 August 2010 while a machine gunner with Mentoring Team Delta, the 1st Mentoring Task Force at Derapet, Tangi Valley, Afghanistan.
Private S— For acts of gallantry in action.

Bar to the Distinguished Service Cross[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Lieutenant-Colonel P— DSC For distinguished command and leadership in action.

Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Colonel Jason Peter Blain CSC For distinguished command and leadership in action as the Commanding Officer, the 1st Mentoring Task Force, and Deputy Commander, Combined Team Uruzgan, on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan from January to October 2010.
Lieutenant Colonel C— For distinguished command and leadership in action.
Major General John Patrick Cantwell AO For distinguished command and leadership in action as the Commander Joint Task Force 633 on Operations SLIPPER and KRUGER.
Lieutenant Colonel Mark Raymond Jennings For distinguished command and leadership in action as the Commander Officer, the 1st Mentoring Task Force on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan from May to October 2010.

Bar to the Distinguished Service Medal[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Major P— DSM For distinguished leadership in action.

Distinguished Service Medal (DSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Lieutenant Richard Eric Brickacek For distinguished leadership in action on 20 and 21 August 2010 while leader of an explosive ordnance team in Kipto and in Shah Zafar in Afghanistan on Operation Slipper.
Army Major B— For distinguished leadership in action.
Lieutenant James Peter Fanning For distinguished leadership in action on 24 August 2010 while a platoon commander and a lead mentor with Mentoring Team Delta, the 1st Mentoring Task Force at Derapet, Tangi Valley, Afghanistan.
Major G— For distinguished leadership in action in warlike operations.
Major R— For distinguished leadership in action.
Warrant Officer Class Two T— For distinguished leadership in action.
Sergeant Brett Mathew Wood MG For distinguished leadership in action while deployed with Special Operations Task Group Rotation XV on Operation Slipper in Afghanistan.

Commendation for Distinguished Service[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commodore Roger Livingston Boyce For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Deputy Commander Joint Task Force 633 on Operation Slipper in the Middle East Area of Operations from April to October 2010.
Rear Admiral David Lance Johnston For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Deputy Commander Joint Task Force 633 on Operations Slipper and Kruger from October 2010 to March 2011.
Army Major A— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations.
Trooper A— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Sergeant A— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Captain C— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Sergeant K— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Sergeant M— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Corporal P— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations.
Brigadier Simon Roach AM For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Assistant Commander Joint Task Force 633 on Operation Slipper in the Middle East Area of Operations from April 2010 to February 2011.
Private Brenden Leigh Robins For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action while a combat medic with the 2nd Mentoring Task Force on Operation Slipper in Chora, Baluchi Valley, Afghanistan from October 2010 to February 2011.
Colonel Nicholas David Rowntree For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Senior Military Adviser to the Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations Assistance Mission for Iraq on Operation Riverbank.
Sergeant S— For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations and in action.
Major Richard Shannon Simson For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Staff Officer Grade Two – Afghan National Army Development, Headquarters Regional Command (South) on Operation Slipper in Afghanistan from April to November 2010.
Lieutenant Colonel Richard Anthony Vagg For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as the Commandig Officer, Artillery Training Team Kabul on Operation Slipper in Afghanistan from April to November 2010.
Air Force Wing Commander Martin John Smith For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as the inaugural Commanding Officer, Multi-National Base Command Tarin Kowt, on Operation Slipper in Afghanistan from June 2010 to January 2011.

Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commander Alan William Regan RFD For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade One Rapid Environmental Assessment, Joint Environment Centre, Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Army Colonel Brian James Bailey For outstanding achievement as Colonel Joint Fires at Headquarters 6th Brigade Australia.
Colonel Michael David Bond For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of 9th Battalion, the Royal Queensland Regiment.
Colonel Andrew William Constantine For outstanding achievement in the field of Joint Military Logistics.
Lieutenant Colonel Craig David Dobson For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of the 10th Force Support Battalion.
Lieutenant Colonel Natasha Anne Fox For outstanding achievement as Chief Instructor of the Australian Defence Force Academy.
Colonel Timothy Fidock Gellel For outstanding achievement as Australia's Defence Attaché to Japan.
Major Keirin John Joyce For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Two Tactical Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Capability Implementation Team, Army Headquarters.
Lieutenant Colonel Nathan Edward Juchniewicz DSC For outstanding achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Two – Combat Development, Army Headquarters.
Brigadier Paul David McLachlan For outstanding achievement as the Commander Joint Task Force 637 on Operation Queensland Flood Assist in January and February 2011.
Lieutenant Colonel Alan Martin Mellier For outstanding achievement as the Chief Engineer of the Soldier Modernisation Systems Program Office.
Warrant Officer Class Two Neil George Patrick For outstanding achievement as the Training Warrant Officer of the Army Explosive Hazards Centre and 20th Explosive Ordnance Disposal Squadron.
Air Force Flight Sergeant Russell Leonard Beck For outstanding achievement as the Number 81 Wing Maintenance Coordinator in support of Hornet Fleet Planning.
Sergeant Brendan John Church For outstanding achievement as the C-130 Propulsion System Engineering Specialist at Air Lift Systems Program Office.
Wing Commander Darren James Goldie For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Very Important Person Operations.
Group Captain Matthew George Hegarty For outstanding achievement as the Commanding Officer of Number 37 Squadron.
Squadron Leader Stephen Robert Hoadley For outstanding achievement as Senior Engineering Officer of Number 1 Squadron.
Squadron Leader Steven Charles Parsons For outstanding achievement as Commander Air Component Coordination Element, Joint Task Force 639.

Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM)[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Chief Petty Officer Dennis Bentley For meritorious devotion to duty as the Operations Manager, Royal Australian Navy Relief Trust Fund.
Commander Darren Greville Grogan For meritorious achievement in the field of Border Protection at Headquarters Northern Command and at the Royal Australian Navy Patrol Boat Group.
Lieutenant Commander Michael Leslie Jacobson For meritorious devotion to duty as the Executive Officer of Submarine Crew Two in HMAS Collins.
Chief Petty Officer Andrew William Maskell For meritorious devotion to duty as the Personnel Officer aboard HMAS Manoora and for services to the wider naval community.
Commander Paul James O'Grady For meritorious achievement as Commanding Officer of the Royal Australian Navy Recruit School.
Army Warrant Officer Class One Brian James Buskell For meritorious achievement as the Regimental Sergeant Major, Combined Task Force 635 on Operation Anode in the Solomon Islands in 2010.
Captain D— For meritorious achievement in logistic support and management.
Major Ian Thomas Dodd For meritorious achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Three, Facilities at Headquarters 17th Combat Service Support Brigade.
Major Daniel Scott Farrands For meritorious achievement as Second-in-Command of the North West Mobile Force and Joint Task Force 641, Operation Outreach.
Warrant Officer Class One Andrew Charles Grubb For meritorious achievement in the field of soldier career management.
Warrant Officer Class One Ian Douglas Hancock For meritorious devotion to duty in support of the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program and the Defence Co-operation Program.
Warrant Officer Class One Christopher Raymond Hodder For meritorious achievement as Defence Administrative Assistant, Defence Section, Australian Embassy Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Major Jason Timothy Kerr For meritorious devotion to duty as the Project Officer with the Australian Fromelles Project Group.
Warrant Officer Class Two Joanne Maria Novak For meritorious devotion to duty in the field of logistic training development and employment category management.
Air Force Squadron Leader Daryl Allan Bossert For meritorious achievement as a personnel manager in the Directorate of Personnel – Air Force.
Flight Sergeant Mathew James Butler For meritorious achievement as the Senior Non-Commissioned Officer Targets at Number 82 Tactical Intelligence Flight, Number 87 Squadron.
Wing Commander Stewart Clay Freeman OAM For meritorious achievement as the Deputy Director Business Management and Development, Directorate of Supply Chain Support within the Joint Logistics Command.
Squadron Leader Lara Jayne Gunn For meritorious achievement as the Health Logistics Staff Officer at Headquarters Health Services Wing.
Warrant Officer Trevor Allen Scholl For meritorious devotion to duty as the Warrant Officer Engineer, Joint Task Force 639 Air Component Coordination Element.
Squadron Leader Jason Gregory Taylor For meritorious achievement as the Officer-in-Charge of Logistics Support Flight and Executive Officer at Number 322 Expeditionary Combat Support Squadron.
Squadron Leader Wendy Anne Walker For meritorious achievement as the Principal Staff Officer Logistics and the Service Delivery Manager on Operation Astute in East Timor from August 2010 to April 2011.
Flight Sergeant Gavin Keith Willmett For meritorious achievement as the Air Operations Clerk, Australian Defence Staff Papua New Guinea.

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