Cassowary Awards Nomination Form

Please fill in the fields below to submit the form online

Call 07 4241 0500 if you have any queries.

 

Other options for submitting your nomination via email or post

Download an interactive form that can be emailed 
Download a Young Cassowary Award interactive form that can be emailed
Download a printable form (PDF) that can be posted
Download a printable Young Cassowary Award form (PDF) that can be posted.

 

Note: An * implies a required field that must be filled in.


Details of Person being Nominated
Reason for Nomination (max. 250 words for each criterion)

Where a previous recipient of a Cassowary Award is nominated, contributions and achievements will be considered if:

  • They are of a different nature to those recognised by the previous Award. In this case, such contributions and achievements could have occurred prior to receiving the previous Award and may or may not have continued up to date.
  • They are a continuation of contributions and achievements previously recognised by the previous Award. However, only the contributions and achievements made since receiving the previous Award will be considered.

In relation to the Wet Tropics World Heritage Area and its values, how does the nominee demonstrate excellence in their field?

How long has the nominee been working in their field of interest?

How does the nominee demonstrate creativity, innovation and leadership?

What were the challenges faced by the nominee in reaching their achievements and, if any, what sacrifices did they make?

Details of Person Making Nomination
Details of Person Who Can Best Provide Further Information



 

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