Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)

The Late Mr John Humphries AC CBE DUniv
For eminent service to the arts as a comedian, actor, author, satirist and entertainer, to the promotion of Australian culture, and as a patron of organisations.

Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)

Ms Marilyn Pattison AO, Master of Business Administration
For distinguished service to occupational therapy through national and international leadership roles, and to advances in practice standards.

Mr Jim Whalley AO, University Council Member
For distinguished service to business, particularly the defence capability industry, to the public sector, to aviation history, and to the community.

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)

Ms Melinda (Jane) Jeffreys AM, Associate Diploma in Business (Health Administration)
For significant service to the community of South Australia through a range of roles.

Ms Bronte Martin AM, Bachelor of Nursing
For significant service to trauma and emergency response nursing in a range of roles.

Ms June McLoughlin AM, Bachelor of Education (In Service)
For significant service to child advocacy and early learning.

Mrs Anthea Pavy AM, Associate Diploma in Social Work
For significant service to the community through a range of roles.

Professor Jennifer McKay AM, Graduate Diploma in Legal Practice
For significant service to the law, and to the legal profession.

Professor Anthony Elliott AM, UniSA Staff
For significant service to education, and to social science policy and research.

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)

Mr Damian Antenucci OAM, Diploma of Teaching (Secondary)
For service to secondary education through a range of roles.

Ms Suzanne Caragianis OAM, Bachelor of Applied Science (Occupational Therapy)
For service to occupational therapy.

Mr John Clarke OAM, Graduate Diploma in Group Work
For service to youth through Scouts.

Mr Lynton Donisthorpe OAM, Graduate Certificate in Business
For service to cricket.

Mr Craig Fosdike OAM, Bachelor of Education (Inservice)
For service to primary education.

Mrs Susanne Harris OAM, Graduate Diploma in Nursing
For service to youth, particularly to young women.

Mr Bruce Ind OAM, Graduate Diploma in Instructional Uses of Computers
For service to the community through a range of roles.

Mr Brian Minney OAM, Bachelor of Technology in Civil Engineering
For service to local government, and to the community.

Mr Kenneth Pocock OAM, Graduate Diploma in Applied Science
For service to oenology.

Mr Allan Polkinghorne OAM, Business Studies Certificate
For service to basketball.

Mr William Sergeant OAM, Graduate Diploma in Business (Health Service Management)
For service to the LGBTIQplus community of South Australia.

Australian Police Medal APM

Chief Superintendent Graham Goodwin CSC APM, Graduate Certificate in Business Administration
For outstanding service to the South Australian Police Force.

Ambulance Service Medal ABSM

Ms Thamsin Dunn ABSM, Bachelor of Applied Science (Human Movement)
For meritorious commitment to the provision of volunteer ambulance services and clinical care to regional communities.




Past Queen's Birthday honours