National Australia Day Council

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The coordinating body for the Australian of the Year Awards and Australia Day celebrations across the nation is the National Australia Day Council (NADC).

The NADC heads a network of state and territory Australia Day affiliate organisations and local Australia Day committees and is designed to inspire national pride and spirit, and to enrich the life of all Australians. It aims to promote the meaning of Australia Day through activity, education, reflection, discussion and debate and to promote good citizenship, values and achievement by recognising excellence and service to the nation.[1]

The NADC offices are housed in Old Parliament House, Canberra. The Chair is Adam Gilchrist and the Chief Executive Officer is Jeremy Lasek.

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