Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)
Glen Chittleborough OAM, Doctor of Philosophy
For service to chemical science, to conservation, and to community music.
Brian Hunt OAM, Graduate Diploma in Urban and Regional Planning
For service to surveying and mapping, and to the community of the Swan Valley.
Barry Tonkin OAM, Graduate Diploma in Business (Business Law)
For service to engineering through professional bodies, and to the community.
Geoffrey Simpson OAM, Graduate Diploma of Administration
For service to veterans and their families, and to service groups.
Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)
David Eiszele AO, Master of Business
For distinguished service to public administration in Western Australia, particularly to the electricity supply and natural gas sectors, to policy development and reform, and to eye-health research.
Therese Temby AO, Graduate Diploma in Library and Information Studies
For distinguished service to education, in leadership, administration, advocacy and policy development roles in the catholic education sector, and to community health.
Deborah Terry AO
For distinguished service to education in the tertiary sector through senior administrative roles, as an academic and researcher in the field of psychology, and as a mentor.
Member of the Order of Australia (AM)
Anthony Tate AM, Graduate Diploma in Administration
For significant service to the community through senior roles in peak Jewish welfare, advocacy and sporting organisations, and to tertiary education.
Menno Henneveld AM, Graduate Diploma in Administration
For significant service to engineering, particularly road transport infrastructure.
Neville Bassett AM, Bachelor of Business
For significant service to the community, particularly through executive roles with the Royal Flying Doctor Service of Australia.
Jeanette Hacket AM, Doctor of Philosophy
For service to tertiary education administration at Curtin University, to the fostering of links with overseas institutions, and to the promotion of equitable educational services for regional communities.
Sabina Shugg AM, Bachelor of Science (Mining)
For significant service to the mining industry through executive roles in the resources sector, and as a role model and mentor to women.