Queensland Greats Awards 2024
The Queensland Greats Awards recognises and honours extraordinary individuals and institutions who have made a meaningful contribution to, or whose achievements have significantly impacted the history and development of Queensland.
Nominations for the 2024 Queensland Greats Awards are open until 5pm, Friday 16 February 2024. Explore and discover more about the categories and how to nominate, including some helpful tips, or start your nomination now.
For individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of Queensland.How to nominate
Kay McGrath OAMAward recipient 2019
Kevin CarmodyAward recipient 2009
For companies or organisations operating in Queensland that have contributed significantly to the development of Queensland.How to nominate
Queensland Country Women's AssociationAward recipient 2019
RSPCA Queensland Inc.Award recipient 2016
For honouring deceased individuals who have made a significant contribution to, or whose achievements have impacted the development of Queensland.How to nominate
Steve IrwinAward recipient 2015
Richard McCarthy OAMAward recipient 2020
Nominating is easy...
- Click the Nominate button
- Provide detials about your nominee's contributions to Queensland
- Provide evidence and a letter of reference
- Complete all sections
- and click SEND!
See how to nominate
Nominating is easy. All you need to prepare is details about your nominee’s contributions to Queensland, supporting evidence and a letter of reference. Watch the video to learn more.
Nominations close 5pm, Friday 16 February 2024.
For more information contact QldGreatsAwards@premiers.qld.gov.au or phone 07 3003 9200.
2023 awards recipients
World-renowned didgeridoo performer, composer, instrumentalist, and vocalist.
Creator, writer and showrunner of the animated children’s television series, Bluey.
Distinguished legal and judicial professional with a legacy of fighting systemic corruption and abuse of power.
Rugby League player, role model, and advocate for Indigenous and non-Indigenous health and wellbeing.
Forging pathways for newly arrived individuals, families, and communities.
Supporting frontline firefighting and helping Queensland communities prepare for fire seasons.
Queensland Elder, early childhood pioneer and dedicated community advocate.
World-leading scientist for stem cell and neuroscience research.