Emeritus Professor Jillian Isobel ROE, Pearl Beach, NSW.
Professor Colin Nicholson CHESTERMAN, Edgecliff, NSW. For service to medicine and medical research, particularly in the fields of vascular biology, to education, and to the support of national and international professional organisations. For service to tennis through a range of organisations that administer and promote the sport, and as a player, coach and mentor to junior players. For service to education through leadership and development roles in Catholic secondary schools in Australia and Pakistan, and to the community through Caritas Pakistan.
Emeritus Professor Peter Le Poer DARVALL, Fairfield, Vic.
For service to education, as Vice-Chancellor of Monash University and as an engineering academic and researcher. For service to medicine as an academic and administrator, particularly as a contributor in the fields of pathology and community health. For service to medicine, particularly through promotion and support of bioethics in medical research, and as a researcher in the field of genetics. For service to conservation and the environment, particularly through natural resource management organisations and the Landcare movement, and to local government. For service to agricultural economics, international trade and climate change through research and public policy analysis. For service to the Parliament of Australia, particularly through the administration of the House of Representatives and its committees, to promotion of parliamentary practice and procedure, and to assisting the understanding of the functions of parliament internationally. For service to the manufacturing industry, particularly the automotive component sector and through the Australian Industry Group, and to the community through church and overseas aid organisations. For service to science, particularly in the field of immunology and vaccine research through contributions to a range of scientific organisations, and as an academic and mentor. For service to history and to the humanities as a teacher, researcher and author, and through administrative, advocacy and advisory roles in academic and public sector organisations. For service to Asian studies and international relations, particularly in the field of Chinese society, culture and language. For service to the print, radio and television media, and to the community through a range of charitable institutions. For service to the community through support and sponsorship of a range of educational, indigenous, heritage and art organisations, to the law, and to business. For service as a philanthropist supporting and endowing a range of charitable, indigenous, heritage and art organisations. For service to business and industry through policy development and economic research, to the resources sector in the areas of energy regulation and marketing, and to tourism development. For service as one of Australia's most distinguished landscape artists, for support and philanthropy to Australian art, and for the encouragement and education of young and emerging artists.
For service to business and commerce, particularly through promoting international trade and contributing to company and commercialisation development in Australia, to the community through administrative roles with educational institutions, and as a supporter of the arts.
The Most Reverend Dr Peter Frederick CARNLEY, AO, Nannup, WA.
For service to religion as Primate of the Anglican Church of Australia, as a renowned theologian, and significant contributor to international interfaith collaboration. For service to the arts through charitable support and developing policy initiatives, to business and commerce as a company director, to education, and to the community through a range of philanthropic endeavours.
The Honourable Justice Margaret Anne Mc MURDO, Clayfield, Qld.
For service to the law and judicial administration in Queensland, particularly in legal education and women's issues, to the support of a range of legal organisations, and to the community. For service to the community as a benefactor and supporter of a wide range of organisations, particularly in the areas of art, education and medicine.
COMPANION (AC) IN THE MILITARY DIVISION AUSTRALIAN ARMY Lieutenant General Peter LEAHY, AO, ACT.