The Australia Day Council of South Australia is supported by many partners and sponsors who share our purpose that acknowledges our past, recognises our inspirational people and communities, embraces and encourages diversity and inclusion for all Australians.
We acknowledge key funding partners National Australia Day Council, Government of South Australia through the Department of Premier and Cabinet and the City of Adelaide
Thank you to the following funding partners, sponsors, creative and event production partners for their invaluable support for the Australia Day 2022 program of events in Adelaide comprising Aus Lights on the River, the Smoking Ceremony and Aus Day in Rundle Mall.
We would like to thank the Office for Women for their strategic partnership with ADCSA in jointly co-ordinating this Award that recognises an outstanding woman who has made a significant contribution to the community.
We would like to thank the Minister for Education through the Multicultural Education and Languages Committee (MELC) in jointly administering this Award that recognises outstanding young people who have demonstrated leadership and commitment to advocacy for a multilingual and culturally diverse Australia.
We would like to thank all our valued member SA Councils for participation in the The Citizen of the Year Awards Program that recognises South Australians who enable their communities to be stronger as a result of their tireless efforts. These individuals offer outstanding service each day and so often this is invisible to us. They don’t do it for the praise, or for the recognition – they do it simply because it makes a difference to the people of our state.
Three inspiring community forums across Port Pire, Port Augusta and Whyallas featuring Dr James Muecke AM 2020 Australian of the Year, Tanya Hosch 2021 SA Finalist Australian of the Year, Isobel Marshall 2021 Young Australian of the Year, Professor Richard Bruggemann 2021 SA Finalist Senior Australian of the Year.
Impactful Australian of the Year panel featuring Grace Tame 2021 Australian of the Year, Tanya Hosch 2021 SA Finalist Australian of the Year, Isobel Marshall 2021 Young Australian of the Year and Professor Richard Bruggemann 2021 SA Finalist Senior Australian of the Year.
This experience with the thematic 'Australia do we want to be a nation that turns a blind eye?' explored our national identity and the health of our nation. Featured Dr James Muecke AM 2020 Australian of the Year and Mr Stan Grant, Indigenous Affairs Editor for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation
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