List of Old Boys of St Aloysius' College

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This is a list of St Aloysius' College Alumni. Notable former students – known as "Old Boys" – of the Catholic school, St Aloysius' College in Milsons Point, New South Wales, Australia.

Academia, medicine and science[edit]

Business[edit]

David Murray, pictured as Chairman of the Future Fund.

Clergy[edit]

Media, entertainment and the arts[edit]

Khoa Do
Julian Morrow

Politics, public service and the law[edit]

Tony Abbott,
Prime Minister
2013–15.
Joe Hockey,
Treasurer
2013–15.

Sport[edit]

Cecil Healy, an Olympic swimming champion.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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