Prof Ronald Oates – Mosman: Recognised with an AO (Officer of the Order of Australia) for distinguished service to paediatric medicine, as an advocate for child health and welfare, to medical education, and to professional societies. Prof. Oates has worked at the Children’s Hospital at Westmead since 1997 and has held various positions within the Child Protection Service. He has also authored 14 books and 144 scientific papers on paediatrics, and child health/protection.
Libby Christie – Cremorne: Recognised with an AM (Member of the Order of Australia) for her significant service to performing arts administration, and to women in business. The local resident has served as the executive director of Ballet Australia since 2013 and was previously the managing director of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra.
David Fahey – Cremorne: Recognised with an AM (Member of the Order of Australia) for his significant service to emergency response organisations, and to medicine in the field of anaesthesia. Mr. Fahey has served as the Assistant Commissioner (clinical) of St Johns Ambulance NSW since 2012 and is a senior staff specialist anaesthetist at Royal North Shore Hospital.
Jean Wilmot – Mosman: Jean has been recognised with an OAM (Medal of the Order of Australia) for her service to sailing and to dance education. local resident is a long-term member and supporter of junior sailing at Middle Harbour 16ft Skiff Club and Northbridge Sailing Club. Ms Wilmot has also worked as a dance teacher for more than 60 years, specialising in classical ballet, tap, jazz ballet and ballroom.