2019 Australia Day Award Winners
Ricardo Lonza - Citizen of the Year (for nominees aged 18 and over as at 31 December 2018)
Angelina Arora - Young Citizen of the Year (for nominees aged 17 and under as at 31 December 2018)
Damita Betham - Sportsperson of the Year
Dharawal Men's Aboriginal Corporation - Community Group Initiative of the Year
Nominations for Australia Day Awards 2020
Nominations will open in October 2019 for the 2020 Australia Day Awards on this webpage.
Citizen of the Year
Nominees aged 18 and over as at 31 December 2019.
Citizen who has made a noteworthy contribution to Campbelltown City.
Young Citizen of the Year
Nominees aged 17 and under as at 31 December 2019.
Young ctizen who has made a noteworthy contribution to Campbelltown City.
Sportsperson of the Year (all ages)
Person who has made an exceptional contribution or achievement in the sporting arena of Campbelltown City.
Community Group Initiative of the Year
Local group or organisation which has contributed an outstanding service to the City of Campbelltown.
Disability Inclusive Community Volunteer Award
The award recognises contributions of an individual or group towards building an inclusive community that improves the lives of people with disability in the Campbelltown LGA.
Environmental Citizen of the Year Award
The award will recognise individuals and organisations championing litter reduction and/or environmental initiatives in their local community.
Individuals who are Australian citizens who live in the Campbelltown Local Government Area, and locally based community organisations are eligible to be nominated for a Campbelltown City Australia Day Award.
You are not eligible if you are:
- a previous recipient of an Award in the same category;
- an elected representative eg MPs, Councillors;
- a recipient of Australian and Imperial Honours;
- a member of the Australia Day Awards Sub Committee.