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Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women

Tasmanian Honour Roll Insignia

The Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women was established in 2005 by the Tasmanian Government to honour Tasmanian women who have made an outstanding contribution to the State.

The Honour Roll stimulates community involvement in the processes of research and discovery about women’s historical and contemporary contributions to Tasmania, ensuring these achievements are given full recognition and not forgotten in the passage of time. Download the flyer (PDF, 1.05MB)

To find out more about nominating a woman or organisation for the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women go to the nomination forms.

We pay our respects to those members who appear on the Honour Roll.

May they inspire and motivate future generations of young women to make a difference in their own way.

Warning: These pages may contain images of deceased Aboriginal women which may offend Aboriginal and Torres Strait people.

2017 inductees

The Minister for Women, Jacquie Petrusma MP, has announced the Tasmanian Honour Roll of Women 2017 inductees. View 2017 inductees.


To find out more about a current Honour Roll inductee, choose the first letter of their surname from the list below:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z | View inductees by year of induction | Category

  • Kay, Mary (Inducted in 2015 for Community Service)
  • Kelly, Joan Phyllis (Inducted in 2008 for service to the Arts)
  • Kelly, Merma (Inducted in 2009 for service to Multicultural Affairs)
  • Kent, Julie (Inducted in 2007 for service to Sport and Recreation)
  • Kerslake, Irene Mary (Inducted in 2007 for service to Education and Training)
  • Knowles, Mary Carmel (Inducted in 2011 for service to the Community)