List of Australian Presbyterians
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The following are notable Australian Presbyterians:
- Arthur Aspinall - co-founder and first Principal of The Scots College, Bellevue Hill, Sydney; Congregational and Presbyterian Minister; Joint founder of the Historical Society of New South Wales
- Jessie Aspinall - first female junior medical resident at the Royal Prince Alfred Hospital
- Dr. Roland Boer - self-proclaimed Christian Communist and Biblical scholar at Renmin University of China and University of Newcastle (Australia)
- Peter Cameron - Principal of St Andrew's College; Minister convicted by the Presbyterian Church of Australia of heresy
- Arthur Dean (judge)
- John Ferguson - Presbyterian minister; Acting Principal of St Andrew's Theological College; Senior Chaplain and Chairman of the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney Council
- John Flynn - founder of the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia and the Australian Inland Mission
- James Forbes - Minister of the Free Presbyterian Church of Victoria and founder of the Melbourne Academy, a college for boys (later Scotch College).
- Friedrich Hagenauer - Presbyterian minister; founder of Ramahyuck Mission to house the members of the Ganai tribe who survived attacks in west and central Gippsland
- Allan Harman - principal of the Presbyterian Theological College
- Rev. Dr Andrew Harper - Biblical scholar and teacher
- Matthew Guy - Victorian Leader of the Opposition
- Adrian Kebbe - former weightlifter
- John Dunmore Lang (1799 – 1878) - Presbyterian minister, writer, politician and activist
- Dr. John Marden - first Headmaster of the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney; Pioneer of women's education; Presbyterian elder
- John McGarvie - Presbyterian minister and writer
- William McIntyre - first Gaelic-speaking minister in Australia; educator
- Dr Ewen Neil McQueen - second Headmaster of the Presbyterian Ladies' College, Sydney; Prominent educational innovator; Scientist; Psychologist; General Practitioner
- Sir Robert Menzies - Australian Prime Minister
- Reverend William Miller - Minister of the Free Presbyterian Church of Victoria
- Sibyl Enid Vera Munro Morrison - first female barrister in New South Wales
- William Ridley - English Presbyterian missionary who studied Australian Aboriginal languages
- Robert Steel - 19th-century Scottish/Australian minister and religious author
- Joan Sutherland - operatic soprano (Australian by birth; parents were of Scottish Presbyterian descent)
- Reverend F. R. M. Wilson - early pioneer lichenologist and minister
- Bruce W. Winter - principal of Queensland Theological College
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- Cameron, Peter (1993-07-08). "The making of a heretic". Opinion-Analysis. Melbourne: The Age. p. 14. Retrieved 2008-02-26.
- Dougan, Alan (1981). "Ferguson, John (1852 - 1925)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. 8 (Online ed.). Melbourne: Melbourne University Press. pp. 486–487. Retrieved 2008-02-26.
- Dougan, Alan (1986). "Marden, John (1855 - 1924)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. 10. Melbourne, Vic.: Melbourne University Press. pp. 407–408. Retrieved 2007-10-09.
- McFarlane, John (1988). The Golden Hope: Presbyterian Ladies' College, 1888-1988. P.L.C Council, Presbyterian Ladies' College Sydney, (Croydon). ISBN 0-9597340-1-5.
- O'Brien, Joan M (1986). "Morrison, Sibyl Enid Vera Munro (1895 - 1961)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Melbourne University Press. p. 596. Retrieved 2007-08-01.
- Dougan, Alan. "Steel, Robert (1827–1893)". Australian Dictionary of Biography. Canberra: Australian National University. Retrieved 10 September 2013.