Good Neighbour Award:
Blue Stevens, for his generous attitude and compassion to people over many years. Blue often visits the sick and incapacitated or offers to drive them around and help with their shopping. Blue also volunteers for RSL where he makes everyone feel welcome and valued.
Environmental Action Award:
Sue Conlan, for her passion for the environment and tireless dedication as leader of the Friends of Mosman Park Bushland.
Caring Kids Award (Under 13):
Jessica Weatherhead, for being an exceptionally caring child and role model to her peers at Mosman Park Primary School and looking out for friends who have disabilities or are hearing impaired.
Young Legend Award (Under 25):
Hannah Murray, for being a valued member of the Youth Advisory Council (YAC) and volunteering at several community events including AmpFest, the community fair, aged care home visits and the YAC movie night among others.
Good Sports Award:
Ray Dalziel, for his dedication to volunteering for over 40 years, 33 of these at the Mosman Park Bowling Club where he has held the positions of President, Vice President, Secretary as well as sitting on many of the Committee boards. He also saw the club recover from a terrible fire in 1999, taught bowling to over 10,000 in 2007/2008 people and has represented the state (and won) in bowling competitions. Ray also volunteers for St John Ambulance and Perth Prostate Cancer Support Group of WA.
The Local Business Community Service Award:
Gar Lok Restaurant, for running their business for over 36 years providing affordable meals to residents and wonderful hospitality. The family are especially kind to children and seniors and are a shining example of multiculturalism sharing their delicious Chinese cuisine with Mosman Park residents.
Open Door Award:
Mosman Park Cricket Club, for providing cricket to boys at a low cost since 1972 and providing great community spirit especially on a Sunday where anyone is welcome to drop in for a cuppa and morning tea.
Volunteer of the Year Award:
Alex Brims, for going beyond his line of volunteering duty, showing genuine care and support to Rocky Bay clients for 16 years.
Hall of Fame:
Dr Timothy Mann, for travelling internationally (to Tanzania and Vietnam) for up to two weeks at a time to anaesthetise local people enabling them to have life changing plastic surgery not normally available to them. Dr Mann also assists with fund raising for trips, spends time teaching Tanzanian and Vietnamese doctors and encourages his colleagues to also give their time to similar interplast or medical missions. Dr Mann and his family are residents of Mosman Park.