Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
Dr Rosemary Bryant AO (Graduate Diploma in Business (Health Service Management))
Officer of the Order of Australia for distinguished service to the profession of nursing through national and international leadership, and as a supporter of access and equity in health care.
Dr Lewis O'Brien AO FUniSA (Associate Diploma in Aboriginal Studies)
Adjunct Research Fellow at David Unaipon College of Indigenous Education and Research, recognised for his distinguished service to the Indigenous community of South Australia as an elder and educator, and to the promotion and protection of Indigenous culture and heritage.
Mrs Marjorie Tripp AO (Associate Diploma in Social Work) (DECEASED)
Recognised for distinguished service to the Indigenous community through the promotion of improved aged care and health outcomes and recognition of Indigenous Australians in the armed forces. Mrs Tripp was Chair and Founding Member of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander War Memorial Committee. The Memorial was unveiled in the Torrens Parade Ground in Adelaide in 2013.
Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
Ms Elizabeth Dabars AM (Bachelor of Education (Inservice))
Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to medical administration, particularly to nursing and midwifery, and to community and mental health organisations.
Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
Mr Freddie Brincat OAM (Bachelor of Education (Secondary Physical Education))
Medal of the Order of Australia for service to people with a disability in South Australia. Mr Brincat has been CEO Community Bridging Services, Adelaide, since 1993.
Public Service Medal (PSM)
Mr Richard Lumb PSM (Masters in Applied Science (Medical Laboratory Science) and Bachelor of Applied Science in Medical Technology)
Public Service Medal for outstanding public service in the area of laboratory mycobacteriology, particularly the diagnosis of tuberculosis. Mr Lumb has worked as a scientist at SA Pathology for over 36 years.
Mr Luigi Rossi PSM (Graduate Diploma in Municipal Engineering and Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering) Public Service Medal for outstanding public service in the development and implementation of major infrastructure projects. He has held senior project management roles in the Department of Planning, Transport and Infrastructure, including Project Director of Adelaide’s Northern Expressway.
Australian Police Medal (APM)
Superintendent Thomas Rieniets APM (Associate Diploma in Business (Justice Administration))
Superintendent of Sturt Police and one of the founders of the Special Tasks and Rescue (STAR) Group.
Mr Kym Zander APM (Graduate Certificate in Management)
An original member of the STAR Group. Mr Zander retired as police operations manager for Western
Adelaide in 2014.
Past Queen's Birthday honours