Sport Australia Hall of Fame Awards
The Sport Australia Hall of Fame was established on 10 December 1985 to recognise the achievements of Australian sportsmen and sportswomen. The inaugural induction included 120 members with Sir Donald Bradman as the first inductee and Dawn Fraser the first female inductee.  In 1989, the Hall of Fame was expanded to include associate members who have assisted in the development of sport in Australia. In 2012, there were 518 members.  Each year the Hall of Fame inducts notable retired athletes, associate members and upgrades one member to 'legend' status.
The main award each year is the 'Don' Award but other awards include Team Sport Australia Award, Spirit of Sport Award and Hall of Fame Moments.
The Don Award
This award was first awarded in 1998. It is named after Sir Donald Bradman and recognises the sporting achievement of the year which has inspired the people of Australia.
|1998||Mark Taylor (Cricket)
Heather Turland (Athletics)
|2000||Cathy Freeman (Athletics)|
|2001||Pat Rafter (Tennis)|
|2002||Alisa Camplin (Freestyle Skiing)|
|2003||Damian Oliver (Horse Racing)|
|2006||Kerryn McCann (Athletics)|
|2007||Glenn McGrath (Cricket)|
|2008||Matthew Mitcham (Diving)|
|2009||Steven Hooker (Athletics)|
|2010||Lydia Lassila (Freestyle Skiing)|
|2011||Cadel Evans (Cycling)|
|2012||Sally Pearson (Athletics)|
|2013||Adam Scott (Golf)|
Each year a member is elevated to 'Legend' status.
|1985||Sir Donald Bradman (Cricket)|
|1985||Jock Sturrock (Sailing)|
|1985||Betty Cuthbert (Athletics)|
|1985||Bill Roycroft (Equestrian)|
|1985||Dawn Fraser (Swimming)|
|1985||Ted Whitten (Australian Football)|
|1985||Dunc Gray (Cycling)|
|1985||Edwin Flack (Athletics)||2009|
|1985||Evonne Cawley (Tennis)|
|1985||Heather McKay (Squash)|
|1985||Herb Elliott (Athletics)|
|1985||Hubert Opperman (Cycling)|
|1985||Jack Brabham (Motor Sport)|
|1985||Mark Richards (Surf Riding)|
|1985||John Landy (Athletics)|
|1985||John Raper (Rugby League)|
|1985||Ken Rosewall (Tennis)||2009|
|1985||Margaret Court (Tennis)|
|1985||Marjorie Jackson-Nelson (Athletics)|
|1985||Murray Rose (Swimming)||1999|
|1985||Peter Thomson (Golf)||2001|
|1985||Reg Gasnier (Rugby League)|
|1985||Rod Laver (Tennis)||2002|
|1985||Shane Gould (Swimming)|
|1985||Shirley de la Hunty (Athletics)|
|1985||Walter Lindrum (Billiards)|
|1985||John Bertrand (Sailing) ||2013|
|1986||Scobie Breasley (Horse Racing)|
|1986||Keith Miller (Cricket)|
|1986||Vic Patrick (Boxing)|
|1987||Ron Barassi (Australian Football)||2006|
|1988||Greg Norman (Golf)||2007|
|1991||Bart Cummings (Horse Racing)||2008|
|1994||Leigh Matthews (Australian Football)|
|2002||Susan O'Neill (Swimming)||2012|
|2005||Cathy Freeman (Athletics)||2011|
- Oxford Companion to Australian Sport. 2nd ed. Melbourne: Oxford University Press. 1994. p. 394.
- "The Sport Australia Hall of Fame Inspires the Nation At Gala Dinner". Sport Australia Hall of Fame Media Centre, 29 October 2012. Retrieved 11 April 2013.
- "Awards". Sport Australia Hall of Fame website. Retrieved 11 April 2013.
- "Adam Scott awarded The Don by Sport Australia Hall of Fame". Australian Broadcasting Corporation News. 10 October 2013. Retrieved 11 October 2013.