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This page lists notable Old Newingtonians, alumni of the GPS Uniting Church school Newington College in Sydney, Australia. Enrolment years at Newington are bracketed following the surname.[1]

Newington College
Coat of Arms
Tongan Royal Family 1930
His Majesty King Tāufaʻāhau Tupou IV
Prince Viliami Tungī Mailefihi
HH Prince Josefa Celua of Fiji
NSW Premier
The Hon. Sir Thomas Bavin
KCMG
NSW Attorney-General
The Hon. Andrew Lysaght
NSW Opposition Leader
The Hon. Lt Col Murray Robson
CBE DSO
NSW Speaker
The Hon. Reginald Weaver
Commonwealth
Health Minister
The Hon. Sir Charles Marr
KCVO DSO MC
Commonwealth
Defence Minister
The Hon. Eric Bowden
Commonwealth and NSW parliamentarian
Jeff Bate
NSW parliamentarian
Carl Glasgow
NSW parliamentarians
The Hon. Duncan Gay
Photo of Trent Zimmerman
Federal Member
North Sydney
Trent Zimmerman MP
PNG Minister
Sir Peter Barter GCL OBE
High Commissioner
Dr John Wear Burton
Former Australian Ambassador to France
His Excellency Ric Wells
Former Queensland Director of Agriculture
Harold Quodling
Mayor of Willougby
Lance Bavin
Chairman CSRIO
Sir Ian Clunies Ross CMG
Geologist and Clarke Medalist
Dr Keith Crook
Founding president
RAHS
Dr Andrew Houison
Major General
Sir Iven Mackay
KBE CMG DSO VD
Squadron Leader
Adrian Goldsmith
DFC DFM
Captain
Oliver Woddward
CMG MC
Lieutenant Colonel
Bert Locke OBE
Chairman of AMP
Sir Cecil Hoskins
District Court Judge
Herbert Curlewis
Australian Rules player
Jack Hiscox
Australian Rules player
Dane Rampe
Cricket and rugby
International
Johnny Taylor
Cricket
International
Tom Garrett
Wallaby Captain
and Coach
Dave Cowper
Olympic equestrian
gold medallist
Phillip Dutton OAM
Olympic rowing
silver medallist
James Chapman
Olympic rowing
bronze medallist
Geoff Stewart
Stewart Brothers
Bronze medallists
Athens Olympics
Rugby league player
Joel Luani
Rugby league player
Joey Lussick
Rugby league player
Tepai Moeroa
Rugby league player
Taane Milne
Rugby league player
Cameron Murray
Rugby union player
Hugh Roach
Rugby union player
Allan Alaalatoa
Rugby union player
Michael Alaalatoa
Rugby union player
Lachie Turner
Rugby union player
Ben Volavola
Footballer
Jonathan Aspro
Footballer
Chris Triantis
Davis Cup
Team Captain
Stanley Doust
World Cup-winning
Triathlete
Greg Bennett
Journalist and TV Presenter
Tony Jones
Chef
Neil Perry AM
Actor
Charles Mesure
Actor
Jeremy Lindsay Taylor
Actor and director
Darren Yap
Countertenor
Toby Cole
Bass–baritone
James Olds
Folk singer
Gary Shearston
Art critic
Benjamin Genocchio
Photograph of Will Kostakis at lectern
Author
Will Kostakis
Architect
William Hardy Wilson
Architect
Alex Popov

Royal, vice regal & chiefs[edit]

Tongan Nobles[edit]

Baronetage of England[edit]

Politics and government[edit]

Parliamentary service[edit]

Australia[edit]

Papua New Guinea[edit]

Tonga[edit]

Samoa[edit]

United States[edit]

Local government[edit]

The civil service[edit]

The diplomatic service[edit]

The armed services[edit]

Academia, education, cultural and scientific institutions[edit]

The humanities[edit]

The social sciences[edit]

The arts[edit]

Theology[edit]

Legal scholarship and education[edit]

Mathematics, the natural sciences and engineering[edit]

Medical research[edit]

University administrators[edit]

Schoolmasters[edit]

Cultural and scientific organisations[edit]

Royal Society of New South Wales[edit]

The professions[edit]

Religion[edit]

Law[edit]

Medicine[edit]

Business[edit]

Advertising[edit]

Art and antiques[edit]

Banking and financial services[edit]

Business disability advocacy[edit]

  • Dr Mark Bagshaw (1971–1974) – Disability reform advocate[215]

Business investment[edit]

Broadcasting and entertainment[edit]

Building[edit]

  • Richard Crookes (1956–1961) – Founded Richard Crookes Constructions one of Australia's largest private construction companies in 1976[222]
  • Ben Cottle (1974–1981) – Founder and managing director of FDC Construction[223]
  • John Cooper (1961–1967) – Board member and general manager of Concrete Constructions[224]
  • Alex Rigby A.M., E.D. (1929–1933) – Past President of the Australian Institute of Building 1970–1972 and Director of Kell & Rigby 1952–1984[225]

Computing[edit]

Farming and grazing[edit]

Food and beverage production[edit]

Horticulture[edit]

Insurance[edit]

Mining[edit]

Property and real estate development[edit]

Racehorse owners and breeders[edit]

Restaurateurs, chefs and sommeliers[edit]

Importing, wholesaling and retailing[edit]

Telecommunications[edit]

Wool[edit]

Philanthropy[edit]

Club presidents[edit]

Sport[edit]

Athletics[edit]

Australian Rules[edit]

Badminton[edit]

Basketball[edit]

Boxing[edit]

Cricket[edit]

Equestrian[edit]

Fishing[edit]

Golf[edit]

Ice Hockey[edit]

Judo[edit]

Kendo[edit]

  • Gregory Teudt (1964) 1991 Perth Bronze medal Australian Kyu grade Championships. 1991 Perth Silver medal Australian Dan Teams Championships. 1993 Asean Teams Competition (Australian Captain) 1st Place

Rowing[edit]

Rugby Union[edit]

Rugby League[edit]

Football[edit]

Sailing[edit]

Tennis[edit]

Triathlon[edit]

  • Greg Bennett (1984–1989) – World series Champion 2002 and 2003, Australian National Champion 1998, 1999, 2000. Summer Olympics 2004 and 2008 triathlete[385]

Water polo[edit]

The arts, architecture and the media[edit]

Actors, presenters and directors[edit]

Visual artists[edit]

Literature[edit]

Journalism and other writing[edit]

Musicians and composers[edit]

Architects[edit]

Buildings designed by Old Newingtonian architects[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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