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2013 Awards Finalists and Winners


The Winners for 2013 are:

Community Programs Award presented by KIA:

  • YOUTHSAFE – Youthsafe Initiative
Schools Program Award presented by Monroe Shock Absorbers:

  • QUEENSLAND POLICE (BUNDABERG) – Bundaberg Leads the Way
Indigenous Road Safety Award: 

  • NORTHERN TERRITORY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT – Drivesafe NT Remote
Innovation Award: 

  • QUEENSLAND PCYC – Braking the Cycle
Local Government Initiatives Award presented by Transport for NSW: 

  • WYONG SHIRE COUNCIL – Road Safety Initiative
State Government Initiatives Award: 

  • NORTHERN TERRITORY DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT – Drivesafe NT Remote
Media Recognition Award: 

  • TRANSPORT ACCIDENT COMMISSION
Founder’s Award for Outstanding Achievement: 

  • QUEENSLAND PCYC – Braking the Cycle

 

The Finalists for 2013 are:

Community Program presented by KIA finalists:

  • Georgina Josephine Foundation
  • QLD PCYC
  • ROADwhyz Victoria
  • Roads and Maritime Services/GrainCorp Ltd
  • Constable Care Child Safety Foundation Inc.
  • Blackbutt Car Enthusiasts’ Club Inc.
  • Paraplegic Benefit Fund Australia Ltd
  • Youthsafe
  • QPCY – Bayside
  • QTOP – QLD Traffic Offenders Program
  • QLD Police – Bundaberg
  • SARAH Inc. – Safer Australian Roads and Highways Inc.
  • Shoalhaven City Council
Innovation Finalists:

  • Blank-it Pty/Expedio Pty Ltd
  • Brooke Richardson dont-txt-n-drive Foundation Inc
  • CAMS – Confederation of Australian Motor Sport
  • Panache Driving Training Pty Ltd
  • QLD PCYC
  • QLD Police – Bundaberg
  • QTOP – QLD Traffic Offenders Program
  • ROADwhyz Victoria
  • Transdev NSW
  • Transfield Services (Australia) Pty Ltd
School Programs presented by Monroe Shock Absorbers Finalists:

  • Tamborine Mountain State High School
  • Shoalhaven City Council
  • QLD Police – Bundaberg
  • Craigmore Christian College
  • Saint Stephen College
Indigenous Road Safety Finalists:

  • Playful Beginnings Aboriginal Corporation
  • Department of Transport (NT)
State Government Initiatives Finalists:

  • Department of Transport (NT)
  • Queensland Police Service
  • South Australian Metropolitan Fire Service
  • Department of Transport (NT)
  • QLD Police – Bundaberg
  • Royal Perth Hospital
Local Government Initiatives presented by Transport for NSW Finalists:

  • Hornsby, Lane Cove, Kuringgai, Manly, Mosman, North Sydney Pittwater, Warringah and Willoughby Councils
  • Bankstown City Council
  • Camden Council
  • Campbelltown City Council
  • Circular Head Council
  • Huon Valley Council
  • Logan City Council
  • Moree Plains and Gwydir Shire Road Safety Program
  • Willoughby City Council
  • Wollondilly Shire Council
  • Wyong Shire Council
Media:

  • Awarded to the most outstanding road safety campaign media feature, news story or documentary.
  • This category will recognise the work of either: print, radio, television and digital media.
Founder’s Award for Outstanding Achievement:

  • This pinnacle award is presented to a category winner for outstanding overall achievement in the 2013 Australian Road Safety Awards Program.