It’s time to recognise inspirational Redlands Coast residents who generously give their time to make our region the best it can be.
Redland City Mayor Karen Williams said nominations were now open for the 2021 Australia Day Awards, which recognise the outstanding contributions made by people of all ages to our city.
“Every year we are amazed at the efforts of those who make the lives of others in our community better,” she said.
“This year has provided many challenges but Redlands Coast residents have demonstrated their resilience.
“They have shown that even a global pandemic can bring out the best in people, many of whom have stepped up to help and support neighbours and others in the community.
“These awards aim to recognise these local heroes and all they have done to make Redlands Coast an even better place to live.
“Whether they’re a tireless community advocate or long-serving volunteer, their dedication and sense of civic pride deserves to be recognised.
“I encourage anyone who knows someone who is deserving of recognition through an Australia Day award to nominate them so we can celebrate and recognise their contribution.”
Online nominations are open for these award categories:
- Citizen of the Year Award
- Young Citizen of the Year Award (30 years and under)
- Senior Citizen of the Year Award (60 years and over)
- Local Hero Award
- Community Organisation Award
- Cultural Award
- Environment and Sustainability Award
- Sports Award
- Reconciliation Award
To make a nomination, visit Redland.qld.gov.au/awards.
Nominations close at 4pm on Friday 27 November 2020 and the Redlands Coast Australia Day Awards presentation for finalists will be held in January 2021.