ARIA Music Awards of 2001
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The following list includes the winners, highlighted in bold, and the other final nominations below them.
- Album of the Year
- Single of the Year
- Highest Selling Album
- Highest Selling Single
- Best Group
- Best Female Artist
- Best Male Artist
- Breakthrough Artist – Album
- Breakthrough Artist – Single
- Best Pop Release
- Best Dance Release
- Best Rock Album
- Best Country Album
- Best Independent Release
- Best Alternative Release
- Best Adult Contemporary Album
- Best Blues & Roots Album
- Best Children's Album
- Best Comedy Release
Fine Arts Awards
- Best Jazz Album
- Best Classical Album
- Best Original Cast / Show Recording
- Best Original Soundtrack / Cast / Show Recording
- Melbourne Symphony Orchestra, Various – Music from the Motion Picture - The Dish
- David Hirschfelder, Various – Better Than Sex - Original Soundtrack
- Lisa Gerrard with Hans Zimmer – More Music from Gladiator
- Richard Pleasance, Various – The Very Best of SeaChange
- Single Gun Theory – The Monkey's Mask
- Various – Sydney 2000 The Games of the XXVII Olympiad - Official Music from the Opening Ceremony
- Best World Music Album
- Producer of the Year
- Bobbydazzler – The Avalanches – Since I Left You
- Augie March, Paul McKercher, Richard Pleasance – Augie March – Sunset Studies
- Kalju Tonuma – Superheist – The Prize Recruit
- The Mark of Cain – The Mark of Cain – This Is This...
- Nick Launay – The Living End – Roll On
- Paul Kosky – Killing Heidi – "Superman Supergirl"
- Engineer of the Year
- Best Video
- Best Cover Art
Outstanding Achievement Award
ARIA Hall of Fame Inductees
The following were inducted into the Hall of Fame.
- ARIA lists the Powderfinger highest selling single as "Odyssey Number Five". Powderfinger's highest charting single for 2000–2001 was "My Happiness", there is no track called "Odyssey Number Five" on their album, Odyssey Number Five.
- ARIA lists Scandal'us' second highest selling single as "Me, Myself & I" as well as winning the 'Highest Selling Single' category. Scandal'us' second highest charting single for 2000–2001 was "Make Me Crazy".
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