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Australia Day awards

2018 City of Marion Australia Day Awards

The City of Marion Australia Day Awards recognise Marion’s community heroes as part of Australia’s biggest annual celebration. Awards are given in the categories of:

  • Citizen of the Year
  • Young Citizen of the Year: A person must be an Australian Citizen under 30 years or age on 26 January 2019.
  • Community Event of the Year - For the person or group who has staged the most outstanding community event during the past year.
  • Sportsperson / Team of the Year

2017 City of Marion Australia Day Awards recipients

Please join us in congratulating the City of Marion's Australia Day award recipients who have been recognised for their outstanding commitment to serving our community:

  • Citizen of the Year, Robyn Richards
  • Young Citizen of the Year, Amy Rust
  • Community Event of the Year, Maker Faire 2016
  • Sportsperson / Team of the Year, Kyle Chalmers

2016 City of Marion Australia Day Awards recipients

Please join us in congratulating the City of Marion's Australia Day award recipients who have been recognised for their outstanding commitment to serving our community:

  • Citizen of the Year, Peter Stretton
  • Young Citizen of the Year, Charlotte Rayner
  • Community Event of the Year, ANZAC Day Dawn Servce at Hallett Cove - Hallett Cove Lions Inc.
  • Sportsperson / Team of the Year, Rayna Anesbury

2015 City of Marion Australia Day Awards recipients

Please join us in congratulating the City of Marion's Australia Day award recipients, who have been recognised for their outstanding commitment to serving our community:

  • Citizen of the Year, David Jarman
  • Young Citizen of the Year, Aidan Barry
  • Community Event of the Year, Marion Historical Village Intergenerational Games Day
  • Sportsperson / Team of the Year, Sturt Marion under 17 girls soccer team

We also warmly welcome the 24 people who took their citizenship pledge during our awards event.