Civic Awards

Adelaide Hills Council has always valued the passion and commitment of its community and has for many years acknowledged this through the presentation of annual awards.​

Award recipients are nominated by their peers for the positive impact they've had on their local community, going above-and-beyond in times of need, and being an inspirational representative of the Adelaide Hills.

Adelaide Hills Council presents a number of awards at events across the region annually on Australia Day, 26 January. The award categories are Citizen of the Year, Young Citizen of the Year (under 30yrs), Community Event of the Year, and Civic Awards (multiple).

Nominations for 2022 open on 1 October and close on 24 November 2021

Nominate online at the Citizen of the Year website.



​Why nominate?
How to nominate.​



2021 AWARD RECIPIENTS

​Recipient name
​Recipient home town
​Award received
​Adam Weinert
Lobethal
​Citizen of the Year
​Sebastian Ascott
Woodside
​Young Citizen of the Year
​Lobethal Community Garden Bushfire Support, and Hillstock (Matt Hawkins)
Lenswood
​Community Event of the Year
Billy-Jo Brewer
Lobethal
​Civic Award
​Brian Parker
Uraidla
​Civic Award
Colin Checker
Kersbrook
​Civic Award
Cynthia Weyland
Lobethal
​Civic Award
​Dianne Liebelt
Uraidla
​Civic Award
Jeanette Biggs
Cherryville
​Civic Award
Jodie Turpin
Lobethal
​Civic Awards
​Karen Palmer
Mylor
​Civic Award
​Kelly Johnston
Balhannah
​Civic Award
​Linda Keen
​Cromer
​Civic Award
​Margarete Ehrhardt
​Millbrook
​Civic Award
​Metod 'Ted' Setnikar
​Crafers
​Civic Award
​Stephanie Bettison
​Mylor
​Civic Award
​Tremaine Kerber
​Woodside
​Civic Award
​BlazeAid Catering Volunteers
​Various
​Civic Awards

 
Council acknowledges that we conduct our business on the traditional lands and waters of the Peramangk and Kaurna people. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging as the Custodians of this ancient and beautiful land.
 
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