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Australian Living Treasures are people who have been nominated by the National Trust of Australia. The first list of 100 Living Treasures was published in 1997. The National Trust of Australia is a community-based, non-government organisation, committed to promoting and conserving Australias indigenous, natural and historic heritage through its advocacy work and its custodianship of heritage places and objects. ... 1997 (MCMXCVII) was a common year starting on Wednesday of the Gregorian calendar. ...


The list was recently refreshed with 15 names, following the deaths of notable Australians such as: Sir Donald Bradman, Ruth Cracknell, Slim Dusty, R. M. Williams and Judith Wright McKinney. Sir Donald George Bradman (August 27, 1908 - February 25, 2001) was an Australian cricket player who is universally regarded as the greatest batsman of all time, and one of Australias greatest popular heroes. ... Ruth Cracknell AM (6 July 1925 – 13 May 2002), Australian theatre and television actress, is one of Australias most recognized and well-loved character actresses. ... David Gordon Slim Dusty Kirkpatrick (June 13, 1927-September 19, 2003 in Kempsey, NSW)was an Australian country music singer and songwriter. ... Reginald Murray Williams, (1908-2003) was an Australian entrepreneur. ... Judith Wright (1915 - 2000) is regarded as one of the best Australian poets of the 20th century. ...


The list stands as follows:

Faith Bandler (1918 – ), an Australian civil rights activist of South Sea Islander heritage, is a campaigner for the rights of Indigenous Australians and South Sea Islanders. ... Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, wearing on her left shoulder the Order of Australias Sovereign Badge. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... The Australian label South Sea Islanders refers to the Australian descendants of people from the more than 80 islands in the Western Pacific: Melanesia: mainly the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu (formerly New Hebrides) Polynesia and Micronesia: the Loyalty Islands, Samoa, Kiribati and Tuvalu) who were recruited (some by kidnapping or... Marie Bashir Her Excellency Professor Marie Roslyn Bashir, Lady Shehadie AC (born 1930) is the current Governor of New South Wales. ... Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, wearing on her left shoulder the Order of Australias Sovereign Badge. ... John Bell is a common name. ... Elizabeth II, Queen of Australia, wearing on her left shoulder the Order of Australias Sovereign Badge. ... Commanders Badge of the Order of the British Empire The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is a British order of chivalry established on 4 June 1917 by King George V. The Order includes five classes in civil and military divisions; in decreasing order of seniority, these are... Nancy Bird-Walton A.O, O.B.E. (born October 16, 1915) is a pioneering female Australian aviator, and is the patron of the Australian Women Pilots Association 1933 - at the age of 17, she was a pupil of Charles Kingsford Smith 1935 - obtained her commercial pilots license. ... Professor Geoffrey Blainey AO (born 11 March 1930), is recognised as one of Australias most controversial, and yet still popular, historians. ... Raelene Boyle MBE (1951 - ), Australian athlete, represented Australia at four Olympic Games as a sprinter, winning three silver medals. ... Commanders Badge of the Order of the British Empire The Most Excellent Order of the British Empire is an order of chivalry established on 4 June 1917 by George V. The Order includes five classes in civil and military divisions, in order of seniority: Knight or Dame Grand Cross... Frank Brennan SJ AO, a Jesuit priest and lawyer, is the Director of Uniya, the Jesuit Social Justice Centre in Sydney. ... Bob Brown Robert James Brown (born 27 December 1944), is an Australian Senator, the inaugural Parliamentary Leader of the Australian Greens and the first openly homosexual member of the Parliament of Australia. ... Greens are people who support some or all of goals of a Green Party without necessarily working with or voting for that or any party. ... Julian Burnside is a prominant Australian QC. Made famous for: Defending Alan Bond Interrogating John Laws and Alan Jones as counsel assisting the Australian Broadcasting Authoritys cash-for- comment inquiry Helping the Maritime Union of Australia defeat Patrick Stevedores in the High Court Defending Ok Tedi natives against BHP... Cherie Booth QC wearing her ceremonial robes (including full-bottomed wig) as Queens Counsel at the Bar of England and Wales. ... Don Burrows is an Australian jazz and swing musician, playing the clarinet, saxophone, and flute. ... Tim Costello Timothy Ewen Costello AO is a prominent Baptist minister, director of World Vision Australia and brother of Australian federal Treasurer Peter Costello Costello was born in Melbourne on 4 March 1955. ... Bart Cummings James Bartholemew Bart Cummings AM (born 14 November 1927) is one of the most successful Australian racehorse trainers, and is known as the Melbourne Cup King, having won the race that stops a nation a record eleven times. ... Russell Ira Crowe (born April 7, 1964) is an Oscar-winning New Zealand-Australian film actor. ... Elizabeth (Betty) Cuthbert (born April 20, 1938 in Ermington, a suburb of Sydney) is Australian athlete, and a four-fold Olympic champion. ... Judy Davis (born April 23, 1955) is an Academy Award-nominated Australian actress. ... Sir William Deane The Honourable Sir William Patrick Deane AC KBE (born 4 January 1931), Australian judge and 22nd Governor-General of Australia, was born in Melbourne, Victoria. ... The Governor-General of Australia is the highest constitutional officer in the Commonwealth of Australia. ... Ernie Dingo (born 31 July 1956) is an Australian actor and television personality. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Professor Michael James Mick Dodson AM, is an Indigenous Australian leader, a member of the Yawuru peoples in the Broome area of the southern Kimberley region of Western Australia. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Peter Doherty on a stamp released by Australia Post Dr. Peter C. Doherty (born October 15, 1940) is an Australian researcher in the field of medicine. ... Physicists working in a government lab A physicist is a scientist who is a practitioner of physics. ... Sir Edward Appletons medal Photographs of Nobel Prize Medals. ... Patrick Dodson (1947- ) is a Yawuru man from Broome, Western Australia, he is a former Chairman of the Council for Aboriginal Reconciliation, a former Commissioner into Aboriginal Deaths in Custody and former Roman Catholic priest. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Ted Egan is an Australian folk musician, and was a public servant who became Administrator of the Northern Territory in 2003. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article or section may require cleanup. ... QC can stand for: Quezon City, a highly urbanized city in the Republic of the Philippines. ... Herbert James Herb Elliott (February 25, 1938) was an Australian athlete, one of the worlds greatest middle distance runners. ... John Malcolm Fraser AC, CH (born 21 May 1930), Australian politician and 22nd Prime Minister of Australia, came to power in the circumstances of the dismissal of the Whitlam government. ... CH can mean: The ch sound in English, called the Voiceless postalveolar affricate Ch (digraph), considered a single letter in several Latin-alphabet languages CH (television system) four CanWest Global TV stations in Canada Ch interpreter, an interpreted superset of the C programming language Bermidji Airlines (airline code Ch) Cluster... Judicial High Court Lower Courts Constitution State and territory governments Executive Governors and Administrators Premiers and Chief Ministers Legislative Parliaments and Assemblies State electoral systems ACT - NSW - NT - Qld. ... The Rt Revd Dr Peter Hollingworth AC OBE The Right Reverend Dr Peter Hollingworth AC OBE (born April 10, 1935), Australian bishop and 23rd Governor-General of Australia, became the first Governor-General to resign his office as a result of criticism of his conduct, when on 28 May... The Governor-General of Australia is the highest constitutional officer in the Commonwealth of Australia. ... John Winston Howard (born 26 July 1939) is an Australian politician and is currently the Prime Minister of Australia. ... Judicial High Court Lower Courts Constitution State and territory governments Executive Governors and Administrators Premiers and Chief Ministers Legislative Parliaments and Assemblies State electoral systems ACT - NSW - NT - Qld. ... Barry Jones, AO, is an Australian politician. ... John Peter Farnham (July 1, 1949  ) is an Australian pop singer. ... Dawn Fraser, AO, MBE, (born September 4, 1937) is an Australian champion swimmer. ... Catherine Astrid Salome Freeman (born February 16, 1973) is an Australian athlete who is particularly associated with the 400 m race. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Peter Garrett campaigning in Melbourne for the 9 October 2004 Australian election Peter Garrett (born 16 April 1953), Australian musician and politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the House of Representatives for the seat of Kingsford Smith, New South Wales, since October 2004. ... Jennie George Jennie George (born 28 August 1947), Australian politician, has been an Australian Labor Party member of the Australian House of Representatives since November 2001, representing the Division of Throsby, New South Wales. ... The Australian Council of Trade Unions (ACTU) is the peak national body representing workers in Australia. ... The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view. ... Evonne Fay Goolagong Cawley (born July 31, 1951) Australian tennis player, was one of the worlds leading women players in the 1970s, twice winning the womens singles title at Wimbledon. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... A tennis net Tennis is a sport played between either two players (Singles) or two teams of two players (doubles). Players use a stringed racquet to strike a ball, a hollow rubber ball covered in felt, over a net into the opponents court. ... Shane Gould (born November 23, 1956) is an Australian former swimmer who won three gold medals, a silver and bronze in 1972 Summer Olympics. ... Dr. Germaine Greer Germaine Greer (born January 29, 1939) is an Australian academic, writer, and broadcaster, who is widely regarded as one of the most significant feminist voices of the 20th century. ... Doctor Catherine Hamlin is the co-founder of Addis Ababa Fistula Hospital, the world’s only medical center dedicated exclusively to providing free fistula repair surgery to poor women suffering from childbirth injuries. ... Rolf Harris. ... John Hatton was an Australian politician, elected as a member of the New South Wales Legislative Assembly. ... Hazel Hawke (née Hazel Masterson, born in Perth, Australia in 1929) is an Australian who has worked in social policy areas; however she is best known for her marriage to former Australian Prime Minister Bob Hawke. ... Judicial High Court Lower Courts Constitution State and territory governments Executive Governors and Administrators Premiers and Chief Ministers Legislative Parliaments and Assemblies State electoral systems ACT - NSW - NT - Qld. ... The Honorable Dr Basil Hetzel AC (born 1922) is an Australian medical researcher who has made a major contribution to combating iodine deficiency, a major cause of goitre and cretinism world wide. ... A philanthropist is someone who devotes his/her time, money, or effort towards helping others. ... Janet Holmes a Court (born Janet Lee Ranford in 1943) is an Australian businesswoman, and is Australias richest woman. ... A philanthropist is someone who devotes his/her time, money, or effort towards helping others. ... Robert Studley Forrest Hughes (born July 28, 1938), usually known simply as Robert Hughes, OA is an Australian art critic, writer, documentary broadcaster and republican (anti-monarchist). ... Broadway Poster of Dame Edna Everage John Barry Humphries AO (b. ... Elizabeth Jolley AO (born 1923) is a popular Australian author notable in Australian literature for her series of critically acclaimed novels based upon the alienated characters and the nature of loneliness and entrapment. ... Paul John Keating (born 18 January 1944), Australian politician and 24th Prime Minister of Australia, came to prominence first as the reforming Treasurer in the Hawke government, then as the Prime Minister who pulled off an upset victory in the unwinnable election of 1993. ... Judicial High Court Lower Courts Constitution State and territory governments Executive Governors and Administrators Premiers and Chief Ministers Legislative Parliaments and Assemblies State electoral systems ACT - NSW - NT - Qld. ... Thomas Keneally Thomas Michael Keneally (born October 7, 1935) also Tom Keneally, is an Australian novelist. ... Cheryl Kernot was the fifth leader of the Australian Democrats (April 23, 1993 to October 15, 1997) before controversially changing to become a member of the Australian Labor Party (ALP). ... Nicole Mary Kidman, AC (born June 20, 1967) is an Australian Academy Award-winning actress, and one of Hollywoods leading actresses. ... Ian Kiernan OAM (born 1940) is an environmentalist who organised the Clean Up Australia campaign, and in 1993 a similar Clean Up the World operation which attracted participation from 30 million volunteers in 80 countries. ... This article is about Australian High Court judge Michael Kirby. ... Dame Leonie Judith Kramer (born 1 October 1924) is an Australian academic, educator and professor. ... John Michael Landy AC MBE, (born April 12, 1930) is a former track athlete and the 26th Governor of Victoria, Australia. ... Rodney George Rod Laver (born August 9, 1938, in Rockhampton, Australia) is a former tennis player from Australia who was the World No. ... A tennis net Tennis is a sport played between either two players (Singles) or two teams of two players (doubles). Players use a stringed racquet to strike a ball, a hollow rubber ball covered in felt, over a net into the opponents court. ... Michael Leunig (born 2 June 1945), often referred to as Leunig, is a noted Australian cartoonist. ... A cartoon is any of several forms of art, with varied meanings that evolved from one to another. ... Note: James Jimmy Doolittle bombed Tokyo in WW2. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Ted Mack (1933-) is an Australian politician often referred to as the father of the independents in Australia. ... David Malouf (born March 20, 1934) is an Australian writer whose themes encompass Australian history and the Australian landscape. ... Colleen McCullough (born 1 June 1937) is an internationally acclaimed Australian author. ... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, this article may require cleanup. ... Walter Mikacs wife Nanette Mikac (nee Moulton) and daughters, six-year-old Alannah Mikac and three-year-old Madeline Mikac were among 35 people killed by Martin Bryant in the Port Arthur Massacre on April 28, 1995. ... Jack Mundey (born 17 October 1929) is a distinguished Australian union and environmental activist. ... The examples and perspective in this article or section may not represent a worldwide view. ... Graeme Murphy (born November 1950) is one of Australias most well known dance choreographers and formed the Sydney Dance Company in 1976 with fellow dancer and collaborator Janet Vernon. ... Leslie Allan Murray (b. ... John Newcombe. ... A tennis net Tennis is a sport played between either two players (Singles) or two teams of two players (doubles). Players use a stringed racquet to strike a ball, a hollow rubber ball covered in felt, over a net into the opponents court. ... The cover of Shark (1998), a biography of Greg Norman. ... Golfer after swing. ... Sir Gustav Joseph Victor Nossal Kt, AC, CBE, FRS, FAA (born June 4, 1931 in Vienna, Austria) is a distinguished Australian research biologist. ... Lowitja (Lois) ODonoghue (born 1932 in South Australia) is an Aboriginal woman who was formerly the head of ATSIC (the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Commission). ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Pat OShane Pat OShane was born in Mossman, in the State of Queensland, Australia, in 1941 to a father of Irish descent and an Aboriginal mother. ... A magistrate is a judicial officer with limited authority to administer and enforce the law. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Margaret Olley (1923 - ) is an Australian painter, her work is concentrated on the still life. ... Noel Pearson (born in June 1965 in Cooktown, Australia) is an Indigenous Australian lawyer and land rights activist. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Kieren Perkins Kieren Perkins (born August 14, 1973), was one of the worlds best-ever long-distance swimmers, winning two Olympic gold medals in 1992 and 1996 in the 1500-metre freestyle, and a silver medal in 2000. ... Patrick Michael Rafter (born 28 December 1972) is a popular Australian professional tennis player. ... Henry A. Reynolds, (born March 1, 1938), is an eminent Australian historian whose primary work has focused on the frontier conflict between European settlement of Australia and indigenous Australians. ... Peter Sculthorpe (born April 29, 1929) is a noted Australian composer from Launceston, Tasmania. ... A composer is a person who writes music. ... Ken Robert Rosewall, born November 2, 1934 in Sydney, Australia, was a champion tennis player. ... This article is about the Australian entrepreneur. ... Joan Sutherland as Norma Dame Joan Sutherland OM, AC, DBE (born November 7, 1926) is an Australian opera singer noted for her contribution to the bel canto revival of the 1950s and 1960s. ... This article or section does not cite its references or sources. ... Stephen Rodger Waugh (born June 2, 1965 in Canterbury, New South Wales) is a former Australian cricketer and was the captain of the Australian Test cricket team from 1999 to 2004. ... Professor Fiona Stanley (born August 1, 1946) is an Australian epidemiologist noted inter alia for her work on cerebral palsy. ... Tom Uren (born 1921) is a former Australian politician and peace campaigner, and was also a prisoner of war under the Japanese in World War II. He was born in Balmain, Sydney and was educated at Manly High School. ... John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John and Anthony Warlow in their concert tour The Main Event. (CD) Anthony Warlow (born November 18, 1961) in Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia, is an Australian star of opera and musical theatre. ... Gai Waterhouse (maiden name Gai Smith) is an Australian horse trainer and businesswoman. ... Edward Gough Whitlam AC QC (born 11 July 1916), always known as Gough Whitlam (, pronounced like Goff), Australian politician and 21st Prime Minister of Australia, was the only Australian Prime Minister to be dismissed by the Governor-General. ... Judicial High Court Lower Courts Constitution State and territory governments Executive Governors and Administrators Premiers and Chief Ministers Legislative Parliaments and Assemblies State electoral systems ACT - NSW - NT - Qld. ... Margaret Elaine Whitlam, AO, (19 November 1919-) (nee Margaret Dovey) is a prominent Australian personality and the wife of former Prime Minister of Australia Gough Whitlam. ... Robyn Williams is an Australian science journalist and radio broadcaster who has been interviewer and host of the Science Show on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation since 1975, Ockhams Razor (created 1984) and In Conversation (created 1997). ... David Williamson (born 19 February 1942) is one of Australias most well-known playwrights who has also developed screenplays for film and television. ... A playwright, also known as a dramatist, is someone who writes dramatic literature or drama. ... Tim Winton (born 1960) is an acclaimed Australian novelist born in Perth, Western Australia. ... Fiona Wood is a plastic surgeon working in Perth, Western Australia. ... Roger Woodward (b. ... Dr. John Samuel Yu AC is a distinguished paediatric doctor. ... Galarrwuy Yunupingu (1948-) is a leader in the Australian Indigenous community, he has been involved in the fight for Land Rights throughout his career. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ...

Deceased (formerly listed)

Helen Betty Elizabeth Archdale (born London in 1907) was captain of the English womens cricket team in 1934 and 1935. ... Arthur Merric Bloomfield Boyd (July 20, 1920 - April 24, 1999) was a prominent Australian artist, both as a painter and sculptor. ... Sir Donald George Bradman (August 27, 1908 - February 25, 2001) was an Australian cricket player who is universally regarded as the greatest batsman of all time, and one of Australias greatest popular heroes. ... For the insect, see Cricket (insect). ... Ruth Cracknell AM (6 July 1925 – 13 May 2002), Australian theatre and television actress, is one of Australias most recognized and well-loved character actresses. ... Arthur Roden Cutler VC His Excellency Sir Arthur Roden Cutler VC AK KCMG KCVO CBE (May 24, 1916 - February 22, 2002) was an Australian recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and... To meet Wikipedias quality standards, the use of images on this page may require cleanup, involving adjustment of image placement, formatting, size, or other adjustments. ... Emblems: Floral - Waratah (Telopea speciosissima); Bird - Kookaburra (Dacelo gigas); Animal - Platypus (Ornithorhynchus anatinus); Fish - Blue Groper (Achoerodus viridis) Motto: Orta Recens Quam Pura Nites (Newly Risen, How Brightly You Shine) Slogan or Nickname: First State, Premier State Other Australian states and territories Capital Sydney Government Const. ... Donald Allan Dunstan AC QC (September 21, 1926 - 6 February 1999), Australian politician, was Premier of South Australia between June 1, 1967 and April 17, 1968 and then subsequently between June 2, 1970 and February 15, 1979. ... Emblems: Hairy Nosed Wombat (faunal); Leafy Seadragon (marine); Piping Shrike (bird: unofficial); Sturts Desert Pea (floral); Opal (gemstone) Motto: United for the Common Wealth Slogan or Nickname: Festival State Other Australian states and territories Capital Adelaide Government Const. ... David Gordon Slim Dusty Kirkpatrick (June 13, 1927-September 19, 2003 in Kempsey, NSW)was an Australian country music singer and songwriter. ... The Golden Guitar is a one of the many big attractions that can be found around Australia. ... Donald Horne (December 26, 1921 – September 8, 2005) was an Australian journalist, writer, social critic, and academic who became one of Australias best known public intellectuals. ... Judith Wright (1915 - 2000) is regarded as one of the best Australian poets of the 20th century. ... Mark Oliphant (left) Sir Marcus Mark Laurence Elwin Oliphant (October 8, 1901 - July 14, 2000) was an Australian physicist and humanitarian who played a fundamental role in the development of the Atom bomb. ... Physicists working in a government lab A physicist is a scientist who is a practitioner of physics. ... Emblems: Hairy Nosed Wombat (faunal); Leafy Seadragon (marine); Piping Shrike (bird: unofficial); Sturts Desert Pea (floral); Opal (gemstone) Motto: United for the Common Wealth Slogan or Nickname: Festival State Other Australian states and territories Capital Adelaide Government Const. ... Charles Nelson Perkins aka Kumantjayi Perkins immediately following his death (born June 16, 1936 in Alice Springs, died October 19, 2000) was an Australian Aboriginal activist and football (soccer) player, coach and administrator. ... Indigenous Australians are the first inhabitants of the Australian continent and its nearby islands, continuing their presence during European settlement. ... Shirley Smith was a prominent Aboriginal Australian. ... Reverend Dr Sir Alan Walker, O.B.E., M.A., D.D. (4 June 1911 - 29 January 2003) was an Australian theologian and evangelist. ... Morris West Morris Langlo West (April 26, 1916 - October 9, 1999) was an Australian writer. ... Reginald Murray Williams, (1908-2003) was an Australian entrepreneur. ...

External links

  • National Trust, Australia's Living National Treasures

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