Past Winners

CITIZEN OF THE YEAR CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
(Youth or Senior)
CITIZEN OF THE YEAR
(Community Group or Event)
2023 Brendon Haeusler Nil Nil
2022 Jodie Smith  Nil Nil
2021 Sue Sivyer Nil Nil
2020 Angela Dring Nil Eneabba Merry Markets
2019 Richelle Essers Nil North Midlands Project
2018 Tammy Sandison Nil Nil
2017 Karen Isbister Olivia Morton (Youth) Carnamah Bowling Club Catering Committee
2016 Barbara Smallwood Nil Nil
2015 Stuart Clark Nil Eneabba P & C Association

Bridie Evans & George Fowler = Life Members of the Historical Society

2014 Brenda Bowman Emma Hedley (Youth) Carnamah Centenary Committee and the North Midlands Agricultural Society
2013 Chloe Scott Nil Eneabba P & C Association – Catering
2012 No awards No Awards No Awards
2011 Nil Nil Carnamah Tourism Group
2010 Kevan Brown Nil Gascoyne Dash
2009 Peter Rayner Nil Carnamah Lions Club
2008 Kim Seinor Nikita Harlan (Youth) Nil
2007 Nil Avon Rayner (Youth) Carnamah District High School

(production of “Genie” event – Teacher  Miss Emily Guthrie)

2006 Jackie Coventry Nil Eneabba Volunteer Bush Fire Brigade
2005 Malcom Ovens (Eneabba)

George Fowler (Carnamah)

Andrew Bowman (Youth) Yarra Yarra Village Committee

(Aged Persons Units)

2004 Jill Tilly Nil Carnamah Bowling Club
2003 Duncan Jones (Eneabba)

Rhonda Wellington (Carnamah)

Jessica Elliot-Slattery (Youth) SES (Eneabba)

Tidy Towns (Carnamah)

2002 Bridie Evans Ben Forsyth (Youth) North Midlands Agricultural Society (Carnamah)

Eneabba Playgroup (Eneabba)

2001
2000
1999
1998
1997
1996
1995
1994
1993
1992
1991
1990
1989
1988 Merle Isbister
1987
1986
1985
1984
1983
1982
1972 Debra Sharp (still a student)
1980 Clarice Lucas (?)
1986 Peter Dring Opening of the Complex
Late 80’s Elsie Camac
1987
1989 Carnamah Historical Society

(Westward to the Sea)

80’s Dawn Chapman?
Pat Plozza
1990 Eileen White