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Rabbi Dr John Levi AC
For eminent service to Judaism through semial roles with religious, community and historical organisations, to the advancement of interfaith understanding, tolerance and collaboration, and to education.
Professor Eileen Baldry AO
For distinguished service to tertiary education, to criminology and social welfare policy, and as an advocate for diversity, equity and inclusion.
Professor Bill Charman AO
For distinguished service to tertiary education, particularly to the pharmaceutical sciences, and to professional organisations.
Mr Sandy Clark AO
For distinguished service to the wine industry through leadership roles, to finance and business, to the arts, and to charitable initiatives.
Professor Susan Davis AO
For distinguished service to medicine, to women's health as a clinical endocrinologist and researcher, and to medical education.
Emeritus Professor Andrew Markus
For distinguished service to tertiary education, particular to the study of Jewish civilisation, as a sociologist and demographer, and to multiculturism.
Ms Sam Mostyn AO
For distinguished service to business and sustainability, and to the community, through seminal contribution to a range organisations, and to women.
Professor Helen O'Connell AO
For distinguished service to medical education, and to medicine in the field of urology as an academic and clinical, and to professional groups.
Mr Daryl Quinlivan AO
For distinguished service to public administration through leadership roles in the areas of agriculture, water and the environment.
The Honourable Jay Weatherill AO
For distinguished service to the people and Parliament of South Australia, particularly as Premier, and to early childhood and tertiary education
Professor Margaret Alston AM
For significant service to tertiary education, to social sustainability, and to women.
Dr David Collins AM
For significant service to organic chemistry, and to tertiary education.
Ms Cathrine Harboe-Ree AM
For significant service to the library and information sciences.
Professor Nicholas Keks AM
For signficant service to tertiary education, to psychiatry, and to professional bodies.
Professor Dan Lubman AM
For significant service to medical education, research, treatment and policy in the field of addiction.
Mr Peter Marshall AM
For significant service to tertiary education administration, and to professional associations.
Professor Jonathan Serpell AM
For significant service to medicine, particularly to endocrine surgery.
Professor The Honourable John Thwaites AM
For significant service to the environment, and to the people and Parliament of VIctoria.