Hungarians in Australia

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A–G[edit]

H–M[edit]

  • Eric (Erik) Hahn – emeritus professor and visiting academic, School of Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering of the University of New South Wales; research activities in rotor dynamics, vibration acoustics and hydrodynamics[54]
  • Joseph Hajdu, dr. - (1939- ) Author and Academic at Deakin University, Melbourne. Honorary Fellow, Senior Lecturer and Faculty Member of Political Geography until his retirement.
  • Denis Halmagyi (1921–2008) – medical researcher and intensive-care specialist[55]
  • Ed Halmagyi (also known as Fast Ed) – chef, television presenter, author and radio host; Hungarian father[56]
  • Michael Halmagyi – neurologist at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital; clinical professor at the University of Sydney[57]
  • Andrew L. Halmos – professor of food sciences, RMIT University[58]
  • George (György) Hangay – entomologist, master of taxidermy, author, sculptor; doctorate of creative arts, University of Wollongong
  • Don Hany One of Australia's most sought after film and television actor. Winner of 2010 Logie Award. Hungarian mother.
  • John Harsányi (1920–2000) – academic; winner of the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economics; emigrated to Australia and held positions at University of Queensland and Australian National University; made important contributions to game theory
  • Charles Haszler – medical practitioner and first president of the Papua-New Guinea Medical Society[59]
  • Anikó Hatoss - PhD. Senior Lecturer in the School of Humanities and Languages, Uni. of NSW, Sydney. Research scholar and author of academic journals and monographs on linguistics, culture, society and migrant cultural studies. PhD from Pécs Uni. Hungary, Linguistics- Post-grad. Dip.in Linguistics TEB and TESOL London Guildhall Uni., U.K.
  • Charles Hegyalji (1956–1998) – Melbourne gangland criminal known as "Mad Charlie"; murdered during Melbourne's wave of gangland killings;[60] Dino Dibra was implicated in his murder; associate of Chopper Read[61]
  • John (János) Herendi (1925–2011) – South Australian educator and president of the Federal Council of the Hungarian Associations in Australia and New Zealand (1975–1977); awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to the Hungarian community and multiculturalism[62]
  • Alfred Horvath (1924–2000) – engineer, forester and roadwork contractor in South Australia.[63]
  • Robert G. Horvath – Professor and research fellow specialising Eastern European History & Politics, School of Social Sciences at La Trobe University[64]
  • John Stephen Horvath – Australian Government Chief Medical Officer; honorary professor, University of Sydney; Officer of the Order of Australia (AO) awarded 26 January 2001[65]
  • Gabor Hubay – residential architect; developer and member of consortium developers[66]
  • Rel Hunt (Aurel) (born 1974) – actor; Hungarian father
  • Stephen Nicholas Hunyor - Prof. of Medicine. Heart & cardiovascular biology: stem cell research scientist. Kolling Institute of Medical Research, Royal North Shore Hospital, The University of Sydney.
  • Robert Imre – Ph D. senior lecturer in international relations, University of Newcastle, New South Wales[67]
  • Stephen (István) Jani (1914–2006) – doctorate at law (Hungary); community Worker; awarded Medal of the Order of Australia (1984) for service to ethnic (Hungarian and Polish) welfare and scouting
  • George (György) Jaros – associate professor of physiology, School of Medicine, Faculty of Health Sciences, Bond University, Gold Coast, Queensland
  • Alex Jobbāgy – artist and multimedia designer[68]
  • Annie Jones (née Jancsó) (born 1967) – actress; winner of two Logie Awards; Hungarian parents
  • Gary Jungwirth – local government activist; mayor of Preston and Hume in Victoria; son of Sir John and Lady Edna Jungwirth[69]
  • Janos (John) Jungwirth – Hungarian Army officer in the Hungarian Revolution of 1848; emigrated to South Australia in 1856 and to Victoria in 1857;[70] grandfather of Sir John Jungwirth[71]
  • Sir John Jungwirth – senior Victorian public servant[71][72]
  • Ken Jungwirth – Victorian Football League player for Melbourne and Carlton.
  • John Kaldor – epidemiologist. Professor of Epidemiology, Kirby Institute, University of New South Wales.[73]
  • John W Kaldor – fabric designer. Former guest editor to Art & Australia. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia 1993.
  • Julius (Gyula) Kane (1921-1962)- Biomorphic design sculptor of contemporary philosophy. Some of his works are in collections of the National Art Gallery of Australia.[74]
  • Andrew Gabriel Kaldor - Arts administrator and philanthropist. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) 2013 for significant service to the arts, particularly to orchestral music through advisory roles and philanthropy.[75]
  • Béla Kardos – president of the Hungarian Council of New South Wales; awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM)[76]
  • David John Karoly – Scientist and academic, internationally recognised expert in atmospheric and climate science, Professor of Climate Science, University of Melbourne[77]
  • Rózsa Katona (also known as Rozalia Stopic) – principal and teacher at Hungarian Community School, Homebush West, New South Wales; Hungarian heritage cultural events organiser and performer; awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for services to the Hungarian community of Sydney
  • Tibor Kibedi – nuclear physicist Dr., senior fellow, ANU College of Physical & Mathematical Sciences[78]
  • Lucy Kiraly – professional model, Monash University graduate; television personality; first "barrel girl" when Tattslotto game introduced to Australian television in 1972[79]
  • Zsuzsa Kollo – master in fine art, painter and ceramicist[80]
  • Alex Sandor Kolozsy – sculptor; created five-metre-tall monument to Australian rock and roll musician Johnny O'Keefe[81]
  • Andrew Robert Korda - Professor of Obstetrics & Gynaecology University of Western Sydney. Legal Medicine specialist. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) Australia 2011 for service to medicine in the fields of obstetrics and gynaecology through clinical, teaching and administrative roles and to a range of professional organisations.
  • Vilmos (Bill) Kormos – Democratic Labor Party candidate for the Australian Senate from Victoria (1958)[82]
  • Judit Korner – beauty therapist; chief executive officer of Madame Korner Beauty Therapy Salons and Colleges[83]
  • Geza Kosa (Géza Attila Kósa)- Ph.D.; senior lecturer and founder of Librarianship Studies at former Tasmanian College of Advanced Education (1972); associate university librarian, Deakin University, Burwood until his retirement in 1992[84]
  • Francis Kotai – potter and ceramist[85]
  • Ákos Kovács - (1925-2012) Phys. Ed. graduate Gymnastics Master at Christ Church Grammar School, Claremont, W.A. Legendary sports trainer, coach and educator with over 50 years service. Was awarded the O.A.M.in 2005 for service to sport as a gymnastics coach and administrator, to lifesaving, and to physical education. [86]
  • Gabor Kovacs – prominent medical specialist in obstetrics and gynecology at Box Hill Hospital, Victoria; chairman of the IVF Directors Group, Fertility Society of Australia. Was awarded the Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2004. [87]
  • Martin Kovacs – late professor of history, University of Regina, Canada; graduate of the University of Budapest (Hungary) and University of Melbourne (Australia); author of numerous books, including a text on assimilation and immigration in Australia[88]
  • Charles Kovess – lawyer, executive coach (leadership and team building), inspirational conference speaker, businessman[89]
  • Elemér Kozma (1929–2003) – founder of manufacturing company Kozma Industries in Victoria.[90]
  • Andrea Kruller – specialist paediatrician; adjunct senior lecturer, School of Women's & Children's Health, UNSW Faculty of Medicine; Sydney Children's Hospital Randwick, Emergency Department
  • George Kulcsar (born 1967) – soccer footballer; has played for Australian Institute of Sport and Canberra City clubs
  • Gabriel Kune – emeritus professor of surgery, University of Melbourne; cancer specialist[91]
  • Egon Kunz – librarian and author, researcher and specialist in Hungarian immigration [92]
  • Frederick Laczina (1927–2004) – South Australian landscape gardener. Awarded Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) 1989 for service to the Hungarian community
  • Géza Lakatos (1890–1967) – last Prime Minister of the Kingdom of Hungary (29 August 1944 – 16 October 1944); military general[93]
  • Andrew Lederer (1918–2004) – smallgoods manufacturer;[94] awarded member of the Order of Australia (AM)
  • George Levay – research scientist; adjunct senior research Fellow at the University of South Australia; specialist in toxic waste-management technologies; author of acid and chemical waste- management publications[95]
  • Ernest (Ernõ) Leviny (1818–1905) – gold and silversmith, artistic jeweller, businessman[96]
  • Peter Linka – actor in films, theatre and television (Australia, Hungary and the United States); filmography by year record.[97]
  • Frank Lowy – businessman and philanthropist; co-founder, with John Saunders, of the Westfield Group, a conglomerate owner of shopping centres.
  • Bela Makutz - (1857-1923) Blacksmith and metal goods manufacturer. His trading legacy as safe maker has been operational from W.A.'s colonial era to the 21st century.[98]
  • Joseph (József) Mann (1902-1968).Internationally renown professional jewellery designer and jeweller. Maker of Australia's gift brooch to Queen Elizabeth II, for the 1954 Royal Visit.[99]
  • George Markus (György Márkus) – emeritus professor, University of Sydney; research interests: philosophy of culture, history of aesthetics, modernity, European philosophy, dialectics
  • Péter Marosszéky (born 1945) – aviation authority; adjunct senior lecturer, University of New South Wales[100][101]
  • Péter Emil Marosszéky (1941–2012) – architect, based in Newcastle, New South Wales[102][103]
  • Jenõ (Ben) Emil Marosszéky - Hon. Associate Professor, University of Sydney, Director of Rehabilitation Westmead Hospital, NSW. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for significant service to rehabilitation medicine, and through contributions to people with arthritis, Sydney (2013).
  • David Martin (also known as Lajos Detsényi) – writer and poet[104]
  • Stephen Mateffy (István Mátéffy) – civil engineer; co-founder of Sydney-based MPN Group Pty Ltd.[105]
  • Zoltan Matolcsy – professor of accounting, Centre for Corporate Governance, University of Technology, Sydney.[106]
  • Andrew Mattay – colonel, Australian Army; Vietnam veteran and army commanding officer, Tasmania[107]
  • Andrew MensarosLiberal Party of Australia former member of the Parliament of Western Australia and Minister in several governments[108]
  • Andor Meszaros (1900-1972) - Architect, sculptor and renown medallic artist[109][110]
  • Michael Meszaros – sculptor and medallic artist; president of the Association of Sculptors of Victoria in 1993; son of Andor Meszaros[111]
  • Désirée Mészáros – asthma management and respiratory diseases specialist and consultant; research scientist at the University of Tasmania, School of Medicine Menzies Research Institute; Hungarian parents
  • Andrew Mezei – professional artist; Dutch masters-inspired painter recognised nationally; winner of 2008 John Leslie Art Prize with $10,000 purse; one of the few finalists of the 2011 Archibald Art Prize[112]
  • Vili Milisits (Vilmos Milisics) – baker and pastry chef; Australian pie manufacturer and exporter to Asia, Europe, the Pacific and the United States[113]
  • George Molnar (1910–1998) – cartoonist for The Sydney Morning Herald; architect; awarded Order of the British Empire (OBE) and Order of Australia (AO).[114]
  • George Molnar – engineer and businessman; principal, Molnar Engineering Group, Adelaide. Specialist car-hoist manufacturing and industrial design applications[115]
  • George Molnar (1934–1999) – philosopher, with interests in metaphysics, at the University of Sydney
  • Stephen Moor – church designer, stained-glass artist[116]
  • Les Murray (László Ürge) – Head of Sport, Special Broadcasting Service Australia and prominent broadcaster; Member of the Order of Australia

N–S[edit]

  • Zoltan Nack - Research Microbiologist at Barwon Biomedical Research (BBR) incorporated in the laboratory-based research unit within the Geelong Hospital. Lecturer in microbiology, Deakin University.
  • Akos Nagy (1913–2006) – South Australian pharmacist and author.[117][118]
  • Magdalena Nagy – educator and foundation President, South Australian Women's Association. Awarded Order of Australia medal in 1998.[119][120]
  • Charles (Karoly) Nyulasy (1821–1889) – mining engineer, gold miner, draper [121]
  • Francis (Frank) Nyulasy (1862-1934). Army medical officer in Boer War. Senior obstetrician/gyneacologist, surgeon at R.M.Hospital and R.W.H. Melbourne. Fellow of R.S.M. (U.K.), Shakespearean scholar and 3LO radio station commentator on literary subjects. Hungarian father: Charles Nyulasy. [122]
  • Arthur John Nyulasy (1865-1924). Surgeon-captain with W.A. forces in Boer War. Specialist obstetrician/gyneacologist, surgeon at Royal Perth Hospital. Fellow of R.S.M. (London). Legacy: The Arthur Nyulasy Prize - University of Melbourne. Hungarian father: Charles Nyulasy. [123]
  • Andrew Olexander – former Liberal Party of Australia and independent member of the Victorian Legislative Council for Silvan Province[124]
  • Desiderius Orban – painter and printmaker; president of the NSW Branch of the Contemporary Art Society of Australia; awarded Order of the British Empire (OBE) in 1975[125]
  • John Orcsik (born 1945) – actor and television scriptwriter
  • Robert Sipos-Ori – pianist virtuoso; master of music, University of Melbourne; Vic. Accr. Specialist Teacher of Piano & A.M.E.Board's Examiner of Piano; Hungarian parents
  • Peter Ivan Ormay – holder of the Polar Medal (1969) for services rendered at the Australian Wilkes Base, Antarctica; bachelor of science in biology, University of Canberra; ecologist with ACT Parks and Conservation Service
  • Jackie Orszaczky (1948–2008) – musician, arranger and record producer
  • Imre Panda – writer[126]
  • Tibor Paul (1909–1973) – conductor of the ABC Symphony Orchestra[6][127]
  • Maria Pekli (born 1972) – won Gold Medal for Australia in Judo at the 2002 Manchester Commonwealth Games; won bronze medal for Australia at the 2000 Summer Olympics (Sydney)
  • Paul Pers – medical doctor and consultant practitioner, medical-legal expert. Nationally accredited Workers Compensation Assessor with 20 years experience in South Australia's Workers Compensation system.[128]
  • George Pikler (1910–2011) – composer, arranger, conductor, clarinetist, pianist[129]
  • Gregory Pikler – guitarist; teacher at Sydney Conservatorium of Music[7][130][131]
  • Robert Pikler (1909–1984) – founder of Musica Viva and the Sydney String Quartet[7][131]
  • Miklós J. Pohl – Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon- Master Violinist, founder of Australian Doctors Orchestra (1993) and European Doctors Orchestra (2004). Awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM) in 2003 for services to Medicine and Music.[132]
  • John Polya – late associate professor, Department of Chemistry, University of Tasmania. Prominent supporter of dismissed Philosophy Professor Sydney Sparkes Orr.[133][134]
  • Alex Pongrass (1923–2000) – soccer administrator and philanthropist.[94] Instrumental, with Frank Lowy, in establishing the National Soccer League.[135] Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM).
  • George Pongrass (1922-1999) engineer, inventor and industrialist. Responsible for many iconic Australian items, such as tube and pipe bending machines, steel framed furniture, computer aided textile design and machinery, the development of the cricket helmet, sporting protection items and their testing equipment to meet International and Australian Standards.
  • Laszlo Puzsár - Professional jewellery designer and jeweler. Maker of South Australia's gift opal necklace to Queen Elizabeth II, for the 1954 Royal Visit. RMIT has the " L.Puzsar Excellence in Jewellery Award " conferred annually to the best graduating student.[136]
  • Erwin Aladár Radó (1914-1988). Film industry administrator, film director. Patron of young filmmakers. Inaugural director (1958–71) of the Australian Film Institute. Member of the Order of Australia (AM).[137]
  • John (Janos) Radvansky (Baron) (1924–2007) – hereditary nobleman, academic; professor of Education at Monash University[134][138]
  • Kalman Radvanyi – marquetry artist[139]
  • Steven (István) Raskovy – Represented Australia as a wrestler at the Tokyo 1964 Summer Olympics. Coach in wrestling. Awarded the OAM (1986) for services to wrestling. Retired technical school teacher. Political campaigner with more than 20  federal, state and council elections experience without a win. http://www.heraldsun.com.au/leader/east/ringwood8217s-steve-raskovy-running-for-deakin-as-a-candidate-for-katter8217s-australian-party/story-fngnvlxu-1226699994375
  • Dianne ReillyAustralian Labor Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Queensland for Mudgeeraba (Gold Coast) 2001–2009; Hungarian mother[140]
  • Joseph (Joe) Remenyi – professor, Deakin University studies for Community and International Development Microfinancing
  • Dr Andrew G Remenyi - Clinical and Organisational Psychologist, Independent Practitioner in Edithvale, Vic. MAPS. Both parents came from Hungary to Australia in 1950
  • Andrew Riemer – lecturer at the University of Sydney; author of several books, essayist, chief book reviewer of The Sydney Morning Herald[141]
  • Paul H. Riomfalvy (1924-2000). Lyricist, Producer. First Director of NSW Film Corporation. 1987 recipient of Raymond Longford Award, a lifetime achievement award presented by the Australian Academy of Cinema and Television Arts (AACTA).
  • Reuter Emerich Roth - (1858-1924) Medical practitioner and public servant. Army medical officer in the Boer War. Founder of the St John Ambulance Assn. in NSW and of the Royal Life Saving Society (1904). Saw action in WWI at Gallipoli and the Western Front in command of the 5th Ambulance, Aust. Army Med. Corps. Retired as brigadier-general 1921. Hungarian father.[142]
  • Walter Edmund Roth (1861–1933) – physician, anthropologist and ethnographer (aboriginal studies); appointed first Protector of Northern Aborigines; official government recorder, writer; publisher of books and journals on various aboriginal cultures; Hungarian-born refugee father[143]
  • Charles Rothauser (1914–1997) – inventor of the plastic disposable hypodermic syringe.[144] Founder of sanitaryware manufacturer Caroma Industries. Awarded Officer of the Order of Australia (OA) 1997.
  • Jack Rozinszky – martial-arts master; vice president of the Australian Taekwondo Federation[145]
  • Sándor Rozsnyói – steeplechase runner at the 1956 Summer Olympics (Melbourne) and athletics coach[28]
  • Roza SageLiberal Party of Australia member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly for the electoral district of Blue Mountains
  • Steven (István) Salamon (D.o.B.1918) - Dr of Veterinary Science, researcher. Member of pioneer team that developed techniques for sheep semen storage & A.Insemination in widespread use today. Conferred Conferred Emeritus Professor title at retirement from the University of Sydney. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM)in 1994.[146]
  • Imre Salusinszky – lecturer at Yale University and the University of Melbourne; associate professor at Newcastle University; columnist of opinions and articles in The Australian
  • Geza Francis Kim Santow (also known as Justice Kim Santow) (1941–2008) – lawyer; former NSW Supreme Court Judge; chancellor of the University of Sydney (2001–2007); upgrade to his OAM award, in 2007 was awarded Officer of the Order of Australia (AO); Hungarian gynaecologist father
  • John Saunders – co-founder, with Frank Lowy, of the Westfield Group, a large corporate owner of shopping centres
  • Albert Scheinberg (1912-2008) - property developer and business man. Major philanthropist to the Sydney Jewish community. Co-founder, with Ervin Graf, of Stocks and Holdings (later Stockland), public company.
  • Gisella (Gizella)Scheinberg (1921-)- Art Dealer and art patron. Founder-director of Holdsworth Galleries, Wolllahra. Exhibitor of Australian celebrity painters' works.[147]
  • Christopher Allen Silagy (1960-2001). Academic, health reformer and researcher. Professor of Public Health and Foundation Director of the Monash Institute of Health Services Research. Awarded Officer of the Order of Australia (OA) in 1999. Hungarian parents. [148]
  • Laszlo Sirsom (1953-)at Sirsom-Solo. Jazz guitarist and Music aducator.Brisbane Australia-You Tube.SIRSOM SOLO-JAZZ GUITAR|Wix.com
  • Peter Ivan Somlo (1933–2002) – Dr. – Microwave Theory & Techniques expert at CSIRO National Measurement Laboratory. Leader, RF/Microwave Group & Senior Principal Research Scientist, CSIRO. Elected Fellow in 1987.
  • Alex SomlyayLiberal Party of Australia Member of the House of Representatives for Fairfax (Queensland).
  • Rob Stary – Victorian criminal lawyer; represented notorious gangland criminal the late Carl Williams; also the Australian lawyer representing Julian Assange
  • Andrew Steiner – Adelaide sculptor and international exhibitor.
  • Lajos Steiner – former chess International Master[28]
  • Sir Paul Strasser (1911-1989) - Ex-Budapest Lawyer. Large scale home-unit blocks property developer in Eastern and Southern suburbs of Sydney. In the 1970s Sir Paul headed a 70-company empire which stretched into property, cattle stations, oil and mineral exploration, abattoirs, textiles, printing, and merchant banking. Knighted KBE in 1973 for services to the property industry.
  • John Sumegi – twice Olympian Canoeist ( Montreal & Moscow ). Won Silver medal in K1 – 500 mtrs in 1979 Duisburg (West Germany) World Championship. Won Olympic silver medal in Moscow 1980 over same. Head Coach at the Institute of Sport and trainer of Ironman competitors. Hungarian parents.[149]
  • George Sved (György Svéd) (1910–1994) – PhD in Civil Engineering, Senior Lecturer and former Honorary Visiting Research Fellow, University of Adelaide. Annual George Sved Prize for Civil Engineering established in his memory. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his specialist research service in civil engineering.[150]
  • Miklós Szabados – world champion table tennis player[151]
  • Andrew Szabo (born 1923). Military translator, musician and cameraman.[152]
  • Peter Szabo – specialist lawyer and lecturer; accredited family law specialist; author of several legal books and articles to the media; Hungarian parents[153]
  • Ferenc Szabo – Specialist Consultant Haematologist. Director, Haemophilia & Bleeding Disorders Treatment Centre, Royal Darwin Hospital.
  • Endre (Andy) J. Szakáll (1924–1988) Australian Olympian 1956. Maître d'armes fencing master and national fencing coach: foil, épée, sabre. Known as the father of fencing in Victoria through the VRI Fencing Club. International Jury President, one time President of the Australian Fencing Federation. Awarded Order of Australia Medal (OAM) for service to sport of fencing (1980).[154]
  • Yulia (Júlia) Szalay – Master's degreed Ceramicist. Porcelain artist specializing in fine white porcelain works.[155]
  • George Szekeres (1911–2005) – Mathematician and academic. Was awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in 2002. First recipient of the Aust. Mathematical Society's biennial " The George Szekeres Medal " to award distinguished research scholars. Taught at University of New South Wales.
  • Joseph Szent-Ivany (1911–1988) – Entomologist, field scientist. Established PNG's national insect collection. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) for his work in entomology in PNG and in the South Pacific.
  • George (György) Szerencsi – Contemporary designer, Sculptor, Master Ceramicist & Art Teacher.[156]
  • Csaba Szirmai – Choreographer, Celebrity dancer, Dancing Champion & Tutor.[157]
  • Sandor Szoke (born 1926) – Competed in fencing at the 1956 Summer Olympics in Melbourne.
  • Helen Szoke (Szõke) – Former Victorian Equal Opportunity & Human Rights Commissioner. Currently Australia's first full-time Race Discrimination Commissioner. PhD. Hungarian father.
  • Zoltan Szomor – Orthopaedic surgeon specializing in hip, knee & sports surgery. Consultant, Orthopaedic Surgery St. George Private Hospital & St George Hospital. Senior Lecturer at Uni. of NSW. Research activities: 43 publications, and 53 presentations at national & international conferences.[158]
  • Julianna Szucs (born 1951) - Contemporary World Renowned Hairdresser and Inventor.[159] Full-time Mum and Nana.[160] Creator of the "J.S." - the Jucika Special. Patron to hundreds of PW wearers of the Hungarian speaking community.[161]

T–Z[edit]

  • Laszlo Timar (Peregrin László Timár) – Professor of Electrical Engineering & Engineering Sciences, Consultant & Teaching Professor at universities abroad. Visiting Professor, RMIT University of Melbourne and Australian Defence Academy, Canberra[162]
  • Livia Tonge - BSc, BEng (Hons), PhD, Master of Laws (Legal Practice, Skills and Ethics) (Monash University). Engineering research scientist, lecturer and lawyer. Principal of L.Y. Tonge & Co. Lawyers, Melbourne.
  • Zoltan Torey – clinical psychologist; specialist; author of books on neuroscience and psychological perspectives[163]
  • István Törk (1939–1992) – anatomist; professor, University of New South Wales; internationally recognised authority on brain anatomy[164]
  • Laszlo Toth (born 1940) – Australian geologist
  • Tommy Tycho – musician; musical director of television Channel 7, Sydney;[165] Member of the Order of the British Empire and Member of the Order of Australia
  • Attila Urmenyhazi (Ürményházi) – Tasmanian writer.[166][167][168] N.A.A.T.I. accredited, professional part-time translator specializing in Turkish-English & English-Turkish at the Commonwealth Dept. of Immigration and also at the Ethnic Affairs Commission of NSW (1962-1985)
  • Susan Varga – novelist, essayist and book reviewer; authored "Heddy And Me" (1999) that won international acclaim[169]
  • Mathew Vadas – professor of cancer medicine and cell biology and director, Centenary Institute, a world-class cancer research facility, University of Sydney; Hungarian parents
  • Bela Valentin – PhD fine arts (Budapest); former director, National War Museum, Budapest; art historian and restorer of oil painting masterpieces, including a William Dobell painting[170]
  • Géza Ferenc Varasdi - Medical practitioner, authority in general medical practice. Awarded Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) for service to medicine as a general practitioner since 1965 (2013). Assoc. Member, Royal Aust. College of Gen. Practitioners.
  • Julius (Gyula) Varsányi (1912–1988) – doctorate at law; international jurist; visiting research fellow, Department of Law, University of Adelaide; author of books specializing in international law and minority rights[171]
  • Eric G. Vaszolyi – specialist in aboriginal linguistics; writer[172]
  • Tibor Verebes (1915–2002) – Gold Coast Solicitor and Barrister[173]
  • Patrick VeszpremiAustralian rules footballer; played in the Australian Football League for both the Western Bulldogs and the Sydney Swans[174]
  • Frank (Ferenc) Vig - ( 1915–2009) Gymnast & Australian National Gymnastics Coach, Accountant. Known as "Father of Gymnastics" in Qld. Awarded Order of Australia Medal OAM (1996) for contribution to sport and the community.[175]
  • Jason Voros (born 1976) – Australian cricketer
  • Sigismund Wekey (c. 1825–1889) – ex-army officer, prospector, director, author[176]
  • Ildikó (also known as Ildi) Wetherell – community leader, Hungarian and multicultural events organiser; member of several statutory authorities involved in ethnic harmonization; awarded the Order of Australia Medal for services to the Hungarian community and multiculturalism at large in Adelaide[177]
  • Anne Eliza Sved Williams Dr. – specialist post-graduate medical educator. Clinical Senior Lecturer. Director, Perinatal & Infant Mental Health Services, Dept. of Psychiatry University of Adelaide. Awarded Member of the Order of Australia (AM) 2012 for her specialist service to medicine. Daughter of George Sved, Hungarian academic.
  • Stephen Wurm (1922–2001) – internationally recognised linguist and Professor of Linguistics at Australian National University
  • Charles Zentai (born 1921) – alleged war criminal[178][179]
  • William James Zimpel (1859-1923). Cabinet maker, furniture manufacturer, businessman, local govt. councillor in Western Australia. His company Zimpels grew into the largest manufacture, wholesale and retail furniture business for almost a century in W.A. (c.1886-1985). [180]


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Further reading[edit]

  • Anthony, Karina (2006). The Political Representation of Ethnic and Racial Minorities. New South Wales Parliamentary Briefing Paper 3/06, NSW Parliamentary Library Research Service, Sydney, NSW. ISBN 0-7313-1794-7
  • Józsa-Demian, Erika (2001), "Hungarians", in James Jupp (ed.), The Australian People. An Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and Their Origins, Revised edition, Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, Pages 421–425. ISBN 0-521-80789-1
  • Kunz, Egon F.(1969), Blood and Gold. , F.W. Cheshire, Melbourne, Victoria.
  • Kunz, Egon F.(1985), The Hungarians in Australia , Australasian Educa Press, Blackburn, Victoria. ISBN 0-86787-205-5
  • Kunz, E.F. (1988), "Hungarians", in James Jupp (ed.) The Australian People. An Encyclopedia of the Nation, Its People and Their Origins, North Ryde, NSW, Angus and Robertson, Pages 536–541. ISBN 0-207-15427-9
  • Migration Museum of South Australia (1995). From Many Places. The History and Cultural Traditions of South Australian People, Kent Town, South Australia, Wakefield Press, p. 208. ISBN 1-86254-347-X
  • Ürményházi, Attila (2006), The Hungarian Revolution-Uprising Budapest 1956, ISBN 0-646-45885-X, National Library of Australia: Record Id: 40312920
  • Ürményházi, Attila (2010a), Hungarian Presence in Tasmania, National Library of Australia, Ref:LD10/201319 & Bib ID 4936363
  • Ürményházi, Attila (2010b), Synopsis Biography Of Twenty Preeminent Hungarian Australians, National Library of Australia Ref: LD10/205022 & Bib ID 4975071
  • Ürményházi, Attila (2011), Medley of 10 remarkable Hungarian migrant stories, National Library of Australia Ref: LD11/220317 & Bib. ID 5197377
  • Ürményházi, Attila (2012), The Hungarian Connection: candid portrait-story of 12 former select refugees", National Library of Australia, Ref: LD12/248659 & Libraries Australia ID:49782034. State Library of NSW ( Mitchell Library: Bib Util no:49782034 – call#: Q325.2439/2)