Time is running out to nominate a local hero to be honoured in council’s 2023 Ipswich Australia Day Awards.
Community, Culture, Sports and Arts Committee Chairperson Councillor Andrew Fechner said with nominations closing 4 November now is the time to recognise those who make our city a better place to live.
“Our city is known for its community spirit and the Ipswich Australia Day Awards are a wonderful opportunity to acknowledge and celebrate the contribution of our local legends,” Cr Fechner said.
“The past year has been tough for Ipswich with the floods and the continuing COVID-19 pandemic putting us to the test.
“However, these struggles have shown us again that great communities like ours are sustained and supported by those who go above and beyond for their fellow residents.
“These unsung heroes are active across our city every day, selflessly doing their best to make Ipswich a better place to live.
“Through the Ipswich Australia Day Awards, we are looking to thank them with a pat on the back and if you know someone who fits the bill, let us know.”
Ipswich, it is time to show thanks to our local heroes and those inspiring individuals that better our community.
Do you know someone or a community group who goes above and beyond?
Let’s show our recognition and appreciation with the honour of an Australia Day Award.
Ipswich Australia Day Award categories are:
- Citizen of the Year
- Senior Citizen of the Year
- Young Citizen of the Year
- Cultural Award
- Sport and Recreation Award
- Community Group of the Year
How to nominate
Submit your nomination in 3 easy steps. It takes less than 30 minutes:
- Simply scroll to the “Awards Categories” section below
- Review the nomination criteria, then click the link under your selected category
- Enter required details and add supporting documents
For more details, including a nomination guide and nomination links, click here.
Finalists will be invited along to the official awards ceremony on 19 January 2023, where winners will be announced.