Narrabri Shire Council

Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize

The Prize is intended to encourage excellence and reward merit annually to a worthy recipient of the Narrabri District (defined as the area within a radius of 55km from the Narrabri Post Office). This is the seventh year the Prize has been offered, and the prize money will be $11,500.

Entrants must be under the age of 18 years and not under the age of 15 years as at 24 February in the year in which the prize winner is to be announced.

The prize winner should have outstanding achievements in one or more of the following categories:

  • Acts of bravery or heroism.
  • Charitable activities and good works especially for the community or individuals in the Narrabri District.
  • Education and academic achievemnet including in the arts and sciences.
  • Sport - provided the sport is cricket, football (any code), golf, tennis, bowls or any other sport played competitively in the Narrabri District or any such sport included in the competitions presently described as the Commonwealth Games and/or The Olympic Games.

If there are no applicants that are considered to have outstanding achievement in one or more of the categories, the Prize will not be awarded.

Candidates must be willing to participate in an interview process.

Previous applicants who meet the criteria are encouraged to reapply.

Previous Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize Winners

Courtney Boyd was announced as the 2016 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Gemma Ferguson was announced as the 2015 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Sally Maher was announced as the 2014 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Emily Grellman was announced as the 2013 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Erika Anderson was announced as the 2012 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Thomas Vaessen was announced as the 2011 award winner of the Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Georgia Barden was announced as the 2010 award winner of The Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize.

Daniel Cope was announced as the 2009  Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize winner.

Jonathan Cuell was announced as the inaugural winner of the 2008 Lillian Hulbert Memorial Prize on 25th February 2008 and was awarded with his medallion on 18th March 2009.