June Dally-Watkins (born 1927) is an Australian businesswoman and fashion-model. In 1950 she started the Southern Hemisphere's first personal development school in Sydney to train young women in etiquette and deportment. A year later, she started Australia's first model agency and modelling school and later established a Business Finishing College. She remains Australia's best known expert in etiquette and elocution and frequently comments on that topic in the media.
- "WHEN MODELS WERE FETED LIKE FILM STARS". The Australian Women's Weekly. National Library of Australia. 5 March 1975. p. 4. Retrieved 21 March 2012.
- Olga Gerloff, 'An etiquette lesson from June Dally-Watkins', Parramatta Advertiser, 29 December 2010
- 'June Dally-Watkins: Colourful Sydney Identity, The Bridge' Archived 2013-10-18 at the Wayback Machine Time Out 25 March 2008
- "Nanna Shazza and Justin Gilbert from Bogan Hunters get a makeover". News Limited. 16 July 2014. Retrieved 9 November 2014.
- Lee, Betty (2019-02-23). "China's craze for etiquette queen June Dally-Watkins". Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2019-02-23.
- June Dally-Watkins at National Film and Sound Archive
- June Dally-Watkins' business website
- Teachers notes at episode of Australian Biography on June Dally-Watkins
- Profile on June Dally-Watkins at Talking Heads 6 Nov 2006
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