Mr Leonard Arthur BARNARD, late of Dulwich Hill, NSW.
OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mr Roger David BEALE, AM, Garran ACT.
For service to conservation and the environment, particularly the development and implementation of major Australian government policies related to heritage, management of natural resources, and sustainability issues, and to fostering public involvement in local protection and restoration projects.
Dr Scoresby Arthur SHEPHERD, Henley Beach South, SA.
For service to marine science, particularly in the fields of abalone biology and ecology through research, education and international collaboration, and to the conservation of coastal areas. For service to the international community through the provision of humanitarian aid to people with leprosy and to people with physical disabilities, particularly through the programs of the Mc Kean Rehabilitation Centre in Thailand. For service to medicine and to international relations through the provision of medical and support services to people with leprosy and to people with physical disabilities, particularly through the programs of the Mc Kean Rehabilitation Centre in Thailand. For service to the international community through the provision of humanitarian aid to the people of Uganda as the founder of Uganda Australia Christian Outreach. For service to the community, particularly through significant contributions to the advancement of Australia's strategic and economic interests internationally.
MEMBER (AM) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION Mrs Gwendolyn Isabelle ADAMS, Perth, TAS.
For service to the agricultural sector in Tasmania, particularly through support for women on the land and the promotion of improved farming practices. For service to science in the area of pest animal management through a range of research and administrative roles, and to Rugby Union football. For service to the community through proactive roles to improve social justice, economic advancement and education for Indigenous people. For service to the study of the history of education and social sciences in Australia and as a contributor to raising public debate on educational issues. For service to legal education in Australia and the Pacific region, to professional associations, and to the community. For service to the citrus growing and plant propagation industries as a pathologist and researcher, particularly in the areas of disease identification, cause, and control measures.
Adjunct Professor Michael John BRYCE, AE, Spring Hill, QLD.
For service as an architect to the development of industrial, graphic and commercial design reflecting Australian heritage and the environment, to education, and to the community. For service to the community through a range of multicultural, Jewish, arts and youth organisations in NSW. For service to the community through public sector roles, to the investigation of corruption and misconduct, and to the development of criminal justice administration in Queensland. For service to soccer as a media commentator, referees' inspector, coach and administrator, and to the community. For service to the community, particularly through executive and fundraising roles with Variety, The Children's Charity. For service to business and commerce through the building society industry, and to the community through health care and medical research organisations. For service to the community through the establishment of hospice and home-based palliative care services and programs to provide emotional support for the families and carers of people with terminal illnesses. For service to the West Australian Parliament serving in various parliamentary positions, including Speaker of the Legislative Assembly, and to the community of the City of Stirling. For service to primary industry, particularly through the development and administration of grain bulk storage facilities, and to the community of Ardrossan. For service to the development of the Australian book publishing industry, particularly through the publication of specialist educational and reference material, and to wildlife protection. For service to the community in the area of organ donation and transplantation, particularly through the donor support and public awareness raising programs of Transplant Australia, the Australian Transplant Games and the World Transplant Games Federation. For service to industrial relations and through advocacy for the improved health and safety of workers, including people affected by asbestos-related diseases, and to the community. For service to education as a contributor to the development of education policy at state and national levels, and to the community, particularly through roles supporting the welfare of children. For service to people with disabilities, and as a contributor to the development of national standards for public transport. For service to the radio broadcasting industry and to the community of South Australia, and through support for a variety of charitable organisations. For service to the community through executive and management roles with the Asthma Foundation of WA. For service to the community through a range of cultural and social welfare organisations, including the Australiana Fund, the Official Establishments Trust and the South Melbourne Community Chest. For service to education as a contributor to the development of educational and school community leadership models, and through promoting public education. For service to education, particularly through the introduction and promotion of Chinese language teaching in the public school sector in Western Australia and the establishment of the Chinese Language Teachers' Federation of Australia. For service to the Queensland Parliament as Treasurer, to business and public administration, and to the community of Cairns. For service to politics through the National Party of Australia, and to the community through a range of rural and regional arts organisations. For service to the community as a benefactor and adviser to performing arts organisations. For service to the law and to public administration as Chief Executive and Principal Registrar of the High Court of Australia, and to professional and community organisations. For service to athletics through administrative roles, particularly with Athletics NSW, and as a competitor. For service to the building and construction industry through professional and business organisations, improvements in training opportunities, superannuation and income protection services, and safety standards. For service to medicine and to the community through the development of palliative care services in Tasmania. For service to aquaculture and to the environment, particularly through organisations involved in the protection of estuarine and coastal environments and the development of water quality measures and environmental management systems. For service to the development of the minerals and energy industries in Western Australia, particularly through effective communication and education programs to promote community awareness. For service to the Victorian Parliament and to the community through involvement in a range of youth, cultural and health organisations.
Miss Margaret Hannah OLLEY, AO, Fortitude Valley, QLD.