Central Victorian Australia Day award winners

Gallery: Australia Day in Bendigo 2013

Australia Day awards for 2013 were awarded to the following people and groups: 

City of Greater Bendigo 

Citizen of the Year: Linda Beilharz

Young Citizen of the Year: Amethyst Downing.

Shire of Campaspe 

Citizen of the Year: Harry Ashton. 

Young Citizen of the Year: Jake Thompson. 

Sportsperson of the Year: Chris Trewin. 

Junior Sportsperson of the Year: Teleah Hayes. 

Arts Person of the Year: Shaun Mackrell. 

Community Event of the Year: KidZcapers. 

Gannawarra Shire 

Citizen of the Year: Carol Barton. 

Young Citizen of the Year: Luke Parker. 

Community Group/Event of the Year: Quambatook Tractor Pullers Association for the Australian Tractor Pull Championships. 

Macedon Ranges Shire Council 

Citizen of the Year: Janice Shumack. 

Young Citizen of the Year Award: Indigo Nicholson. 

Community Achievement Awards: Michael Richardson and Phyllis Boyd. 

Community Event of the Year: Vision Australia Gisborne's 3S Lunch. 

Arts Ambassador: Australian Decorative and Fine Arts Society, Central Victoria - Young Arts Program. 

Northern Grampians Shire Council 

Citizen of the Year: Ray Hewitt.

Young Citizen of the Year: Amanda Elliott.

Community Event of the Year: Turf Club Community Meeting. 

Senior of the Year: Brian McCahon. 

Loddon Shire 

Citizen of the Year: Kevin Sutton. 

Young Citizen of the Year: Tyler Nelson and Nick Marlow. 

Community Group of the Year: Couch House Gallery at Wedderburn and the Goldfields Choir at Inglewood. 

Hepburn Shire Council 

Citizen of the Year: John Walter.

Young Citizen of the Year: Amy Harrison.

Community Event of the Year: Children's Booktown 2012.

Mount Alexander Shire Council 

Citizen of the Year: Frank Forster. 

Young Citizen of the Year: Jackson Fraser. 

Service to the Community: Shirley Miller, Brian Medbury and Pat Grumont. 

Community Event of the Year: Castlemaine Rotary Club Annual Truck Show.

Buloke Shire

Citizen of the Year: Carolyn Olive.

Young Citizen of the Year: Kye Jenkyn.

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