Tasmanian Young Achiever Awards

2022 Finalists

Spirit Super Create Change Award

Andy Aisbett (Theatre Closet), 27 from Moonah is an actor, playwright and theatre-maker. In 2020, Andy opened The Theatre Closet, Iutruwita’s only queer theatre company, to amplify LGBTQIA+ voices and creative visions and further normalise queer stories. Throughout 2021, the company staged three productions, all produced and directed by Andy. A graduate of Bachelor of Performing Arts, he has published two LGBTQIA+ focused plays for the stage…Congratulations Andy Aisbett

Aaron Benham, 27 from West Hobart is a co-founder and the current Convenor of Repair Café Hobart (RCH), a space where community members can bring broken items from home and repair them with the help of volunteers with the skills and expertise. RCH aims to encourage a self-sufficient and sustainable repair culture. Aaron is a member of the Hobart branch of the Australian Youth Climate Coalition…Congratulations Aaron Benham

Jazz Frost, 22 from South Launceston volunteers as Co-Chair of the Planet Queer Pride Ball Committee, leading workshops to create decorations and organising fundraisers. The Ball is a free event for queer young people aged 12 to 18, enabling them to celebrate their authentic selves. Jazz is a third-year Bachelor of Psychological Sciences student. She is part of the Pride Society of Tasmanian University Student Association…Congratulations Jazz Frost

Laurel Atkins, 28 from Launceston is a teacher at Mowbray Primary School, who conceived and organised the Mowbray Showcase and Mowbray’s Got Talent. Laurel focuses on developing the self-esteem of all children by affording them an opportunity to express themselves through the arts, to be seen as talented and worthwhile members of their own community. Laurel herself has been on stage since the age of three…Congratulations Laurel Atkins

First National Real Estate Leadership Award

Phoebe Berwick 23, from Devonport co-founded the not-for-profit organisation, “Hitting Heart Disease for 6”, in 2016. They held a Cricket Day in 2016 and a Golf Day in 2017 to raise funds for heart disease research. In 2018, she co-directed The Burnie Musical Society performance. Phoebe has been actively involved in the CanTeen National Youth Leadership Group since 2013. She is also an ovarian cancer survivor…Congratulations Phoebe Berwick

Lachlan Hindrum 21, from Sandy Bay has been a member of the St John Ambulance’s Youth Division since he was 14. In 2019, Lachlan dedicated 377 hours to running St John’s operations at the Huonville Bushfires, supporting Evacuation Centres in the Kingborough/Huon Valley region and assisting in providing 24-hour medical coverage. In 2020, he spent six months aboard the Windeward as watch leader/engineer, mentoring sail trainees…Congratulations Lachlan Hindrum

Rachel Hay 24, from Dodges Terry has been employed as an Anne Kantor Young Environmentalist Fellow at the Australia Institute Tasmania. In 2018 and 2019, she became Co-Convenor of the Fossil Free University of Tasmania. In 2020, she led the International Justice Initiative as a Co-Coordinator. Rachel co-established Hearts of the Island, a group aimed at aiding Tasmanian social and environmental interest groups to achieve their collective aims…Congratulations Rachel Hay

Nathan Volf 28, from Sandy Bay works at St Francis Flexi, a school catering to young people for whom the mainstream system does not suit. Starting as a Social Work student and gaining employment in a Generalist Youth Work, Nathan is now an Instructional Leader Wellbeing. He helped start an LGBTIQ group and organised a successful International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia, Intersexism and Transphobia to raise awareness…Congratulations Nathan Volf

TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award

Daniel Jones 22, from Somerset is a support worker at Coastal Residential Service. After earning his Certificate III in Individual Support (Disability), Daniel was accepted for unpaid job trial at Glenhaven Family Care. He was offered a job under the Supported Wage System and worked one 8-hour shift a week. Daniel has mild autism and was inspired by his own support worker to assist others with disabilities…Congratulations Daniel Jones

Kiara Adams 17, from Huonville has been diagnosed with Autism from age four and had a rough school life. Despite her troubles, she was a Grade A top student in Year 11 and has completed a Certificate II in Hospitality. She has starred in the lead role with the Huon Valley Theatre Company, even with speaking disabilities. Kiara is on her way to becoming an Autism Ambassador…Congratulations Kiara Adams

Danny Smith (New Chapter) 29, from Bellerive co-founded New Chapter, a registered provider of the NDIS in the Southern region of Tasmania, with Jordan Goss. They provide a suite of tailored programs and services, with an emphasis on promoting positive change and interpersonal growth among a dynamic and inclusive workplace. Some services include short term accommodation (respite) and assisting people with disabilities to partake in diverse activities…Congratulations Danny Smith (New Chapter)

Spirit of Tasmania Tourism and Hospitality Award

Anna Terry (Truffle Farm) 28, from Deloraine owns and operates their family business, The Truffle Farm, which showcases world-class black truffles and premium truffle products. Over time, the farm has evolved into a full-time agritourism business, offering tours and a farmgate shop and championing local food, wine and other beverages. In 2021, Anna became the youngest member of a 6-member panel discussing agritourism at the Tasmanian Tourism Conference…Congratulations Anna Terry (Truffle Farm)

Freya Downie 17, from Gretna built her business, “Freya’s Delights”. She has created a product that has grown to include dulce de leche, quince paste, fig paste and more, all sourced fresh predominantly from her family’s dairy farm. She has been involved in the farm gate market, Flavours of Tasmania and promoting fresh Tasmanian food. Freya’s Delights supplies and promotes local Tasmanian businesses with her products…Congratulations Freya Downie

Kylie Bell 27, from Forthside is the co-founder and manager of Compass Hut, a 100% off-grid, boutique, family-operated Tiny House accommodation. Kylie became Director of Tasmania’s first Tiny House building company, Wagonhaus. She is an advocate for ecotourism and agritourism within her region, contributing to and promoting the northwest region and Tasmania as a whole. In 2021, Kylie was awarded the Tasmania’s Tourism Minister’s Young Achiever Award…Congratulations Kylie Bell

Nunami Sculthorpe-Green 28, from New Town is a Palawa/Warlpiri woman who created and delivers Takara Nipaluna, a 100% Aboriginal owned and operated walking tour of Nipaluna. Nunami tells Tasmanian stories that are uniquely and solely stories of the island. They offer the first-ever Aboriginal history tour of Hobart. Nunami ensures that people from all backgrounds and age groups are catered for and comfortable on tour…Congratulations Nunami Sculthorpe-Green

Colony 47 Transition to Work Award

Zack Mansfield 19, from Claremont has worked on a volunteer basis at the Food Bank and North Hobart Canteen. Despite suffering from a debilitating health condition with his feet as well as anxiety and depression, Zack has successfully completed Year 12 and earned a Certificate II in Work Skills and Work Readiness. He has completed work placement at Document Management Tasmania where he now works full-time…Congratulations Zack Mansfield

Leanne O’Keefe, 21 from Moonah works at Ludo Early Learning. Leanne had a traumatic childhood and lived with other youth under the care of CatholicCare Tasmania (CCT). With determination and commitment and support from her CCT Life Skills Educator, Leanne went back to school and completed Year 12. She accepted and commenced a traineeship and completed her Certificate III in Early Childhood Education and Care…Congratulations Leanne O’Keefe

Samuel Bearman, 20 from Risdon Vale was part of the Build Up Tassie Program through Affordable Homes. He was then inducted into YourTown for the six-month program. Sam had difficulty reading and writing and constructing a sentence. He then improved after enrolling in the Skills for Education and Employment Program. He has earned his Certificate III in ICT, Forklift Licence and Certificate I/II in Construction Pathways…Congratulations Samuel Bearman

Angie Holbrook 24, from Brighton worked at the Aboriginal Centre where she was required to look after children. She has previously worked as Barista/Café Assistant, taking and preparing customer orders. Before commencing Transition to Work, Angie had been faced Anxiety, Depression and Social Anxiety but worked hard to face these barriers. She has since completed Year 12 and earned her Certificate III in Early Childhood Education…Congratulations Angie Holbrook

Dental South First Nations People Achievement Award

Hollie French 23, from Granton is a proud Palawa woman who runs “Deadly Choices”, a program set out by the Institute of Urban Indigenous Health to empower Tasmanian Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to make healthy choices for themselves and their families. Hollie works with high school students in the healthy lifestyles program. She has encouraged over 100 people to get their health checks done…Congratulations Hollie French

Caleb Nichols-Mansell, 26 from Burnie is a proud Palawa man who founded Blackspace Creative, a website selling arts and crafts made by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander creatives in Tasmania. They also provide an avenue for the broader community to engage in and learn about their connections in a safe and respectful environment. Caleb left his job at UTas to work on Blackspace Creative full-time…Congratulations Caleb Nichols-Mansell

Tasha Matthews 23, from Lenah Valley pre pandemic volunteered with SEED Mob, Australia’s first Indigenous Youth Climate Action Network. During which she assisted in organising and executing fundraisers, movie nights, rallies and training programs. In her previous role as an Aboriginal Discovery Ranger, she used education and storytelling to encourage a deeper understanding of Aboriginal Culture and its diversity. She is currently working to create and nurture safe spaces for young people to explore and celebrate their culture and identity…Congratulations Tasha Matthews

Leroy Hart 24, from Chigwell has provided Aboriginal education amongst Tasmanian schools through art, music, cultural awareness, Indigenous health and spiritual guidance. In early 2020, he performed in multiple Aboriginal art, music and dance activities at the Falls Festival. He also ran a 3-day Indigenous education camp in Cockle Creek. Leroy currently works with Ruth Langford and other Indigenous members at The LongHouse (Nayri Niara)…Congratulations Leroy Hart

Qoin Small Business Achiever Award

Mollie McMaster 22, from Dysart runs Equestrian Collective, providing high-quality, affordable performance clothing designed by riders for riders, for Australian equestrian enthusiasts. Mollie purchased a failed start-up business and transformed it into a thriving international online equestrian community. Equestrian Collective has partnered with One Tree Planted, committing to plant one tree for every order placed. They have so far received 700 5-star reviews from customers…Congratulations Mollie McMaster

Molly Clark 22, from Riverside founded Molly’s Creation in 2016 as a 17-year-old student. Molly created timber cheese boards and chopping boards for a school project, which developed into a small business within months. She has since expanded to larger serving plates, bar tops, coat racks and tables. Molly utilises unique Tasmanian timber sourced primarily from the North-West Coast. She supplies to Tasmanian galleries and businesses…Congratulations Molly Clark

Kobi Colman 22, from Moonah co-founded Sarox, a web design, software development and consultancy firm. As its Board Chair and Operations Manager, Kobi is responsible for the strategic direction of the business and the execution of day-to-day operations. Sarox has supported over 90 Tasmanian businesses and employs six people in the local economy. During Covid-19, Kobi oversaw Sarox’s response, retained all the staff and supported its clients…Congratulations Kobi Colman

Billy Blackett, 20 from Blackmans Bay founded Affordable Tutoring Tasmania (ATT) in July 2020, in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic, to tutor students who were struggling with online learning. ATT is a youth-led locally owned business that provides students of all ages and abilities with well-rounded and experienced-based academic support. In 2021, they have engaged over 40 tutors and delivered 2,446 lessons to 197 unique students…Congratulations Billy Blackett

Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award

Gabrielle Andolfatto 23, from New Town ensures that volunteers at Edge Radio are safe, engaging with community radio and having fun. In 2019, she trained volunteers in radio production and audio editing, helping them attain jobs in the media industry. Gabrielle works on a national youth community radio network, providing a platform for youth in leadership. She is the Youth Representative on the Community Broadcasting Association Australia board…Congratulations Gabrielle Andolfatto

Sheng Yuan 17, from Sandy Bay has been holding charity piano concerts since he was 11 years old. The concerts raise money for charities whilst encouraging the community to come together to help less fortunate, vulnerable and disadvantaged people and raise awareness, especially among young people. In 2020 alone, he raised over $125,000. Sheng-Yuan was named 2021 Young Citizen of the Year by the City of Hobart…Congratulations Sheng Yuan

Jordon King 19, from Bridgewater has raised approximately $60,000 for the Children’s Ward and at the Royal Hobart Hospital. He has organised a Family Fun Day; charity concerts including bringing Justice Crew to Tasmania; Santa jetty Runs to collect gifts and donations; charity Christmas Carol events; and a Beauty Pageant for Miss King Talk Charity, which promotes positive body image and confidence in young people…Congratulations Jordon King

Meriem Daoui 23, from Kingston is a healthcare worker who uses her social media accounts to raise awareness and funds for causes that include children’s cancer, mental health, racism and bullying. Meriem participates in local running events. In 2021, she came up with the “Everest Challenge”, raising over $11,000 for The Tim Blair Run for Kids Foundation, which supports families of children diagnosed with cancer…Congratulations Meriem Daoui

Motors Tasmania Sports Award

Maximillian Guiliani 18, from Carlton is a member of The Hobart Aquatic Center. In 2019-2020, he won the 100m freestyle at the State Championships, giving him a national first-place ranking in his age group, three records and selection criteria for the National Flippers Squad. In 2021, he won silver in the Boys 17-year-old 100m freestyle. Max was named 2021 Tasmanian Swimmer of the Year…Congratulations Maximillian Guiliani

Dalton Stretton 18, from Penguin is an active member of the City of Burnie Cycling Club. He engages in club activities and provides peer support for younger athletes. Dalton has made steady progression after transitioning from the U17 age category into a very competitive U19 category at AusCycling. With a bright future as a track endurance athlete, Dalton would have represented Australia at the Junior World Championships…Congratulations Dalton Stretton

Amy Smith 17, from Moonah was the youngest Tasmanian to play in the Women’s Big Bash League and the Women’s National Cricket League. Amy started playing cricket with boys at her local club as female competition at the time was not strong. She now plays for the Tasmanian Tigers and Hobart Hurricanes. Amy was named Tasmanian Young Female Player of the Year 2018/2019 and 2019/2020…Congratulations Amy Smith

Taran Armstrong 20, from Burnie currently plays for the California Baptist University in the United States, where he was recently named Western Athletic Conference Freshman of the Year. Taran has represented Australia at the U17 level. He led Australia to a Gold Medal at the 2019 FIBA Oceania Tournament. He also won a Bronze Medal with the Tasmania U20 State Team at the Australian National Championships…Congratulations Taran Armstrong


2021 Finalists


Spirit Super Create Change Award

• Aaron Benham, 26 of West Hobart
• Grace Tame, 26 of Bellervie
• Madeline Green, 29 of Glebe
• The Hive Collective, of nipaluna/Hobart


Dental South First Nations People Achievement Award

• Bianca Templar, 26 of Ravenswood
• Hollie French, 21 of Rosetta
• Jony Berry, 26 of Opossum bay
• Naarah, 23 of Glenorchy


Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award

• Francis Pascal, 27 of Acton Park
• Jordon King, 18 of Bridgewater
• Josh Walsh, 27 of New Norfolk
• Lara Emmett, 21 of Ulverstone


Motors Tasmania Sports Award

• Liam Johnston, 18 of Underwood
• Dalton Stretton, 17 of Penguin
• Maximillian Giuliani, 17 of Carlton
• Samuel Lewis Clifford, 18 of Legana


First National Real Estate Leadership Award

• Jax Ewin, 29 of Goodwood
• Phoebe Berwick, 22 of Devonport
• Kaytlyn Johnson, 19 of Lapoinya
• Rachel Hay, 23 of Dodges Ferry


Qoin Small Business Achiever Award

• Beadoughs Donuts of Emu Heights
• Kobi Colman, 21 of Moonah
• Molly Clark, 21 of Riverside
• Sarah Macrae, 21 of Kingston


St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award

• Hannah Godfrey, 22 of White Beach
• Laura Johnson 21, of Somerset
• Rebecca Foster, 29 of Berriedale
• Raw Strength Tasmania, 29 of Rokeby


TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award

• Daniel Jones, 21 of Somerset
• Jessica Benge, 28 of Port Sorell
• Luke Williams, 21 of Hobart
• Oliver Parnham, 19 of Sandy Bay


Spirit of Tasmania Tourism and Hospitality Award

• Courtney Hill, 25 of Riverside
• Hamish Cunningham, 25 of Hobart
• Holly Bowden, 28 of Sandy Bay
• Rebecca Goodman, 23 of Newtown


Colony 47 Transition to Work Award

• Bryce Taylor, 21 of Railton
• Bron Shelverton, 26 of Huonville
• Chloe Hansson, 19 of Kingston
• Patrick Rosevear, 18 of Rosevears




2020 Finalists


Tasplan Create Change Award


• Toby Thorpe, 18 of Huonville
• Zoe Douglas-Kinghorn, 22 of South Hobart
• George Scott, 18 of Sandy Bay
• Samantha Andrews, 28 of Bridgewater


St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award


• Harriet Beattie, 28 of Scottsdale
• Brittany Szlezak, 29 of Chigwell
• Rayyan Baig, 17 of Park Grove
• Raw Strength Tasmania, 28 of Rokeby


Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award


• Steven Elliston, 23 of Kingston
• Jordon King, 17 of Bridgewater
• Toby Thorpe, 18 of Huonville
• Alissia Pearson, 22 of Riverside


First National Real Estate Leadership Award


• Gabrielle Dewsbury, 17 of Newnham
• Madeline Wells, 24 of Wynyard
• William Smith, 27 of Montana
• Rose Lindner, 27 of Montrose


Dental South Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Achievement Award


• Kitana Mansell, 19 of Lutana
• Jordy Gregg, 22 of Glenorchy
• Mia King, 18 of East Launceston


Motors Tasmania Sports Award


• Flynn Caro, 16 of Kingston Beach
• Matthew French, 19 of Tinderbox
• Amber French, 16 of Tinderbox
• Kate Eckhart, 22 of West Hobart


Spirit of Tasmania Tourism and Hospitality Award


• Alexandra Turner, 25 of Rosetta
• Evelyn McCormack, 27 of Hobart
• Benjamin Coe, 23 of Flowery Gully
• Freya Downie, 15 of Gretna


Colony 47 Transition to Work Award


• Jan Richards, 18 of Latrobe
• Madeline Wade, 19 of Saltwater River
• Patrick Rosevear, 17 of Rosevears
• Brigid Thomson, 21 of Sandy Bay


TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award


• Nicole McKillop, 23 of Margate
• Cody Woulleman, 24 of Rokeby
• Katie Holmstrom, 25 of Brighton
• Heidi La Paglia, 26 of Hobart


Travel Associates Career Achievement Award


• Julian Cook, 27 of North Hobart
• Shannon Umgeher, 25 of Murdunna
• Ashley Evans, 29 of Port Arthur
• Alice Saul, 29 of Sandford



2019 Finalists


Colony 47 Transition to Work Award

 Kelly Deane, 24 of SORELL

 Alex Morris Baguley, 28 of LESLIE VALE 

 Dylan Wagner, 24 of ROKEBY 

 Kyle Hodgman, 20 of AUSTINS FERRY 


Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award

 Toby Thorpe, 17 of HUONVILLE 

 Chloe Payne, 12 of NORWOOD 

 Campbell Remess, 14 of ACTON PARK 

 Theo Kapodistrias, 28 of SANDY BAY 


Spirit of Tasmania Tourism and Hospitality Award

 Elias Solis, 29 of NEW TOWN 

 Alexandra Turner, 24 of ROSETTA 

 Mariska Scerri, 20 of RAILTON 

 Freya Downie, 14 of GRETNA 


TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award

 Matthew Etherington, 23 of SANDY BAY 

 Dakoda Leary, 20 of CHIGWELL 

 Lauren Burnes, 27 of ST HELENS 

 Karita Casimaty, 29 of MOONAH 


Dental South Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Achievement Award

 Denni Proctor, 26 of WEST LAUNCESTON 

 Mia King, 17 of EAST LAUNCESTON 

 Zac Romagnoli-Townsend, 25 of NUBEENA 

 Grace Williams, 20 of BLACKMANS BAY


St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award

 Dr Daniel Hoyle, 29 of NEW TOWN 

 Matthew Etherington, 23 of SANDY BAY 

 Brittany Chatwin, 25 of BURNIE 

 Dr Rosie Clark, 29 of TAROONA 


University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education Teaching Excellence Award

 Luke Tepper, 26 of SUMMERHILL 

 Ashleigh Devereux, 27 of LUTANA 

 Thomas Coad, 28 of TRANMERE 

 Grace Birchall, 24 of SHEARWATER 


First National Real Estate Leadership Award

 Samuel Watson, 18 of ULVERSTONE 

 Ee Jon Yeoh, 27 of SOUTH HOBART 

 Grace Williams, 21 of GRANTON 

 Cameron Scott, 26 of MORNINGTON


Motors Tasmania Sports Award

 Anya Louw, 18 of AMBLESIDE 

 Daniel Watkins, 23 of GROVE

 Kate Eckhardt, 21 of WEST HOBART



2018 Finalists

The Coffee Club Arts and Fashion Award
Alexander Rodrigues, 24 of West Hobart
Stephanie Eslake, 27 of Sandy Bay 
Amber Koroluk-Stephenson, 29 of Mount Stuart 

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education Teaching Excellence Award

Kirby Medcraft, 29 of Lutana 
Olivia Newlands, 25 of Howden 
Thomas Coad, 27 of Tranmere 

First National Real Estate Leadership Award

Nene Manasseh, 26 of Glenorchy
Samuel Watson, 17 of Ulverstone 
Grant Milbourne, 28 of Lenah Valley 

Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award

Olivia Fleming, 21 of Rosny Park
Grace Hills, 21 of Hayes 
Nathan Morey, 27 of Hobart 

TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award

Luke Williams, 18 of Newtown 
Matthew Etherington, 22 of Taroona 
Jack Dyson, 20 of Rokeby 

St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award

Cara Shearer, 27 of Latrobe
Nadine Ozols, 29 of Bicheno 
Matthew Etherington, 22 of Taroona 

Spirit of Tasmania Tourism and Hospitality Award

Emily Briffa, 29 of West Hobart 
Nikia Shaw, 20 of Sandy Bay
Tara Howell, 27 of Launceston

Motors Tasmania Sports Award
Madeleine Fasnacht, 18 of Blackmans Bay 
Jasmin Galbraith & Chloe Fisher, 18 of Sandy Bay 
Sam Walker, 15 of Bridgewater 

Colony 47 Young Indigenous Achievement Award

Bianca Templar, 22 of Newham 
Madelena Andersen-Ward, 26 of Margate 
Madeline Wells, 22 of Wynyard 


2017 Finalists

Colony 47 Young Indigenous Achievement Award
Jacob Prehn, 29 of Kingston
Madeline Wells, 21 of Wynyard
Sinsa Mansell, 29 of Launceston

The Coffee Club Arts and Fashion Award
Grace Herbert, 27 of Hobart
Stephanie Eslake, 26 of Hobart
Tyler Richardson, 29 of Sandy Bay 

Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service & Volunteering Award
Caitlin Wilkinson, 25 of South Hobart
Campbell Remess, 12 of Acton Park
Mohammad Nourouzi, 23 of South Launceston
Saraswathy Varatharajullu, 27 of Hobart 

St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award
Dr Jessica Manuela, 28 of Blackmans Bay
Nadine Ozols, 28 of Scottsdale
Thomas Cole, 27 of South Launceston 

TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award
Katherine Elliston, 24 of South Hobart
Luke Williams, 17 of Hobart
Shai Denny, 22 of Ridgely 

Motors Tasmania Sports Award
Anna Walls, 16 of Taroona
Ariarne Titmus, 16 of Launceston
Henry Youl, 21 of Hadspen 

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education Teaching Excellence Award
Caitlin Cashion, 27 of Huntingfield
Dannica Green, 26 of Bridgewater
Nathan Mills, 28 of Dodges Ferry



2016 Finalists

AustralianSuper Career Kick Start Award
• Charlotte Hunn, 28 of Kingston
• Emilie McDonnell, 23 of Battery Point
• Emma Quinn, 28 of Lindisfarne

Heather and Christopher Chong Community Service Award
• Eliza Nolan, 22 of Lindisfarne
• Eva MacKinley, 25 of Sandy Bay
• Meg Cooper, 24 of Sandy Bay
• Nene Manasseh, 24 of Glenorchy

The Coffee Club Arts and Fashion Award
• Benjamin Price, 24 of Rosetta
• Halina Kaufman, 28 of Lenah Valley
• Maeve Mhairi MacGregor, 26 of West Hobart

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education, Teaching Excellence Award
• Jordana Schmidt, 28 of Margate
• Kate Merry, 27 of Riverside
• Samuel Morey, 28 of Berriedale
• Skye Tisdell, 28 of Lower Snug

St.LukesHealth Healthier Communities Award
• Alice McGushin, 25 of New Town
• Brent Cashion, 27 of Montrose
• Mitch McPherson, 28 of Tranmere

Motors Group Tasmania Sports Award
• Jacob Birtwhistle, 20 of Launceston
• James Robinson, 18 of Prospect
• Kate Eckhardt, 18 of West Hobart
• Wilson Mure, 22 of Tinderbox

Tadpac Print Service to the Disability Sector Award
• Carrie Leppard, 26 of Glenorchy
• Jessica Briers, 25 of New Norfolk
• Joshua Hicks, 22 of Burnie

Colony 47 Young Aboriginal Achievement Award
• Bianca Templar, 21 of Rocherlea
• David Bailey, 25 of South Hobart
• Jacob Prehn, 28 of Glenorchy
• Teangi Brown, 21 of Bellerive



2015 Finalists

First National Real Estate Leadership and Innovation Award
• Waqas Durrani - Hobart 
• Yaya Lu - Dynnyrne 
• Lily Millwood - West Launeston 

St.LukesHeath Health and Wellbeing Award
• Rachel Climie - Bonnet Hill 
• Katryna Induni - Dynnyrn
• Dr Lila Landowski - North Hobart 
• Mitch McPherson - Tranmere 

The Coffee Club Arts and Fashion Award
• Benjamin Price - South Hobart
• Hannah May Bartle - South Hobart
• Lyndon Riggall - Riverside   

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education Teaching Excellence Award 
• Ashley McPherson - Mornington 28 
• Zane Littlejohn - Summerhill
• Tobi Allan - Mawbanna  

Heather & Christopher Chong Community Service Award
• Kimberley Martin - Hobart 
• Mitch McPherson - Tranmere 
• Andrew Millhouse - Kingston

Tasmanian Institute of Sport Sports Award
• Jacob Birtwhistle - Riversdale
• Campbell Flakemore - Howrah
• Lauren Perry - West Launceston
• Macey Stewart - Devonport

Colony 47 Aboriginal Achievement Award
• David Bailey - South Hobart 
• Kartanya Maynard - Glenorchy
• Caleb Nichols-Mansell - Hobart 

AustralianSuper Career Kick Start Award 
• Loren Atkins - Relbia 
• Lucy MacDonald - Sandy Bay 
• Laura Mcilhenny - Rose Bay
• Andrew Millhouse - Kingston 

Tasmanian Early Years Foundation Excellence Award 
• Stacey Hall - Orielton
• Hannah Parkes - Kingston 
• Melissa Tyrrell - Claremont

TADPAC Print Service to the Disability Sector Award
• Kiralee Ainslie - Natone 
• Meg Cooper - Sandy Bay
• Vanessa Haigh - Newnham 


2012 Finalists

Heather and Christopher Chong Community Service Award
• Amy Fogarty
• Millie Rooney
• Alphonse Tshitenga-Mulumba

Mat Goggin Foundation Entrepreneurship Award
• Tristan McCarthy
• Catelyn Richards

Hydro Tasmania Environment Award
• Kim Beasy
• Jen Calder

First National Real Estate Leadership and Innovation Award
• James Atanasious
• Melanie Irons

TEMCO Science and Technology Award
• Dawn Doré
• Minnie Mao
• Clare Smith

Print Applied Technology Sports Award
• Luke Jackson
• Rebecca Quail

University of Tasmania, Faculty of Education Teaching Excellence Award
• Emma Aorangi
• Kate Longey

Group Trade and Enterprise Achievement Award
• Kieran Rimmelzwaan
• Maja Veit


2011 Finalists

Fonterra Agricultural Award
• Robert Arvier
• Jessica Coad

Academy of the Arts: UTAS School of Visual and Performing Arts and Tasmanian Polytechnic Arts Award
• Duncan Meerding
• Bridget Nicklason-King
• Fred Showell

Spirit of Tasmania Award

• Dario Phillips
• Clare Smith

Tasmania Together Community Service Award
• Kelly Eijdenberg
• Sophie Fisher
• Alexander Moores

Hydro Tasmania Environment Award

• Emma Flukes
• Oliver Strutt

Camerons' Leadership and Innovation Award
• Cait Clarke
• Gregory Irons
• Lisa Tedeschi

TEMCO Science and Technology Award 
• Catherine Blizzard
• Jerome Staal

Print Applied Technology Sports Award
• Amy Cure
• Hugh Greenwood

Group Trade and Enterprise Achievement Award
• Bella Fountain
• Dario Phillips

2010 Finalists

Fonterra Agricultural Award
• Joe Bennett
• Robert Arvier

MyState Financial Arts Award
• Michael Lampard
• Peter Clark

Spirit of Tasmania Award
• Katerina Ogden
• Rose Tasker
• Ben Waterworth

Tasmania Together Community Service Award
• James Atanasious
• Katerina Ogden
• Madeleine Charles

Hydro Tasmania Environment Award
• Oliver Strutt
•Jessica Gathercole

Forestry Tasmania Regional Initiative Award
• Danni Murfet
• Brad Smith

TEMCO Science and Technology Award
• Adele Woodhouse
• Heather McGee

Print Applied Technology Sports Award
• Amy Cure
• Tristan Thomas
• Hugh Greenwood

Group Trade and Enterprise Achievement Award
• Saga Hassinen
• Lisa Tedeschi