List of awards and nominations received by Blue Heelers

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List of awards and nominations for Blue Heelers
Awards & Nominations
Award Wins Nominations
Gold Logie Awards
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5 3
Silver Logie Awards
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20 35
AFI Awards
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3 4
AWGIE Awards
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1 1
People's Choice Awards
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3 6
Australian Screen Editors' Awards
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0 1
Total number of wins and nominations
Totals 32 50
Footnotes

The following is a list of all awards which the Australian drama, Blue Heelers, has won or been nominated for.

Logie Awards[edit]

Year Nominee Award Result
1995
[1][2]
Lisa McCune Most Popular New Talent Win
1996
[2][3]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
Lisa McCune Most Popular Actress Win
1997
[2][4]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Win
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Martin Sacks Most Popular Actor Win
Lisa McCune Most Popular Actress Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Series Win
Tasma Walton Most Popular New Talent Win
William McInnes Most Outstanding Actor Nomination
1998
[5][6]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Win
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Martin Sacks Most Popular Actor Win
Lisa McCune Most Popular Actress Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Win
William McInnes Most Outstanding Actor Nomination
1999
[7][8]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Win
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Martin Sacks Most Popular Actor Win
Lisa McCune Most Popular Actress Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Win
Paul Bishop Most Popular New Male Talent Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Outstanding Drama Series Win
2000
[9][10]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Win
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Martin Sacks Most Popular Actor Win
Lisa McCune Most Popular Actress Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Win
Jane Allsop Most Popular New Female Talent Win
2001
[11][12]
Lisa McCune Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Martin Sacks Most Popular Actor Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Nomination
Caroline Craig Most Popular New Female Talent Nomination
2002
[13][14]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Nomination
Ditch Davey Most Popular New Male Talent Win
2003
[15][16]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Programme Nomination
2004
[17][18]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Programme Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Drama Series Nomination
2005
[19][20]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Programme Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Win
Jane Allsop Most Popular Actress Nomination
Rachel Gordon Most Popular New Female Talent Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Drama Series Nomination
Samantha Tolj Most Popular New Female Talent Nomination
2006
[21][22]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Win
John Wood Most Popular Actor Win
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Drama Series Nomination
John Wood Most Outstanding Actor in a Drama Series Nomination
2007
[23][24]
John Wood Most Popular Personality on Australian Television Nomination
John Wood Most Popular Actor Nomination
Blue Heelers Most Popular Australian Drama Series Nomination

Australian Film Institute (AFI) Awards[edit]

Year Nominee Award Result
1998
[25][26]
Riccardo Pellizzeri (ep. 165) Best Episode in a Television Drama Series Nomination
2001
[25][27]
Gary Day (ep. 322) Best Actor in a Guest Role in a TV Drama Series Win
Carol Burns (ep. 297) Best Actor in a Guest Role in a TV Drama Series Nomination
2005
[25][28]
Blue Heelers Best Television Drama Series Nomination
2006
[25][29]
Marcus Graham (ep. 508) Best Guest or Supporting Actor in Television Drama Win
Saskia Burmeister (ep. 493) Best Guest or Supporting Actress in Television Drama Win
Blue Heelers Best Television Drama Series Nomination

People's Choice Awards[edit]

Year Nominee Award Result
1998
[30]
Lisa McCune Favourite TV Star Win
Lisa McCune Favourite TV Drama/Serial Star: Female Win
Blue Heelers Favourite TV Drama Or Serial Win
John Wood Favourite TV Drama/Serial Star: Male Nomination
Martin Sacks Favourite TV Drama/Serial Star: Male Nomination
1999
[31]
Lisa McCune Favourite TV Star Nomination
Blue Heelers Favourite TV Drama Or Serial Nomination
John Wood Favourite Actor in a Drama or Serial Nomination
Martin Sacks Favourite Actor in a Drama or Serial Nomination

Other awards[edit]

1997
AWGIE (Australian Writers' Guild) Awards

  • Winner — Television (Series): Blue Heelers: "Ep. 133: Reports Of Damage And Loss" — John Banas[32]

2002
AWGIE (Australian Writers' Guild) Awards

  • Nominee — Television (Series): Blue Heelers: "Ep. 177: Letting Go" — Tony Morphett[33]

2006
Australian Screen Editors' Awards

  • Nominee — Nathan Wild

References[edit]

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  33. ^ Australian Writers' Guild Awards. Australian Writers' Guild Awards of 2002. Australian Television Information Archive. Retrieved 26 April 2008.