Australia Day Honours 2024
RSL NSW congratulates all veterans who have been recognised in the 2024 Australia Day Honours. A significant number of our dedicated volunteer members received awards.
RSL NSW stands to support our veteran community through camaraderie, mateship, recreation, and commemoration. The annual Australian Honours and Awards system recognises the outstanding service and contributions of Australians
Each award is a testament to the recipient’s continued efforts while embodying the spirit of what it means to wear an RSL badge – a symbol of readiness at all times to render service to the country and former comrades.
RSL NSW thanks our dedicated members and all other award recipients for your selflessness, commitment, and dedication to volunteering your time to help your mates.
The following RSL NSW members were recognised by His Excellency General The Honourable David Hurley AC DSC (Retd) on 26 January 2024:
Medal (OAM) in the General Division
Mr Darrell Raymond Hegarty for service to veterans. (Merimbula RSL sub-Branch)
Mr David Allan Williams for service to veterans, and to the community. (Merrylands RSL sub-Branch)
Major Graham William Docksey OAM (Retd) for service to the community of Albury, and to veterans. (City of Albury RSL sub-Branch)
Mrs Elizabeth Anne Docksey APM for service to police veterans. (City of Albury RSL sub-Branch)
Mr Noel Henry Moulder for service to veterans. (The Entrance/Long Jetty RSL sub-Branch)
Mr John Edward Glennon for service to veterans and their families, and to the community. (Balmain Rozelle RSL sub-Branch).
Councillor Victor Edward Bartley for service to local government, and to the community of Bourke. (Dubbo RSL sub-Branch)
Mr Johan Peter Hietbrink for service to the community of the Northern Tablelands region. (Guyra RSL sub-Branch).