Voluntary individual contribution

An individual who has made a significant voluntary contribution to the conservation, promotion and/or understanding of cultural heritage in the community.

Winner: Bob Dorey and Kathleen Musulin 

Mr Bob Dorey and Ms Kathleen Musulin are a duo who represent the Aboriginal male and female stories associated with the Bernier and Dorre Islands. Bob and Kathleen have been recognised for their outstanding achievement on the Lock Hospital project.

The Lock Hospital Working Group has been recognised accross several categories in this year's Heritage Awards, including Contribution by a Community-based Organisation and Interpretation Project. The group was awarded the prestigious Judges' Award. 

Commendation: Brendan Kelly

Brendan has been a passionate advocate for conserving and telling Bunbury’s stories. He is a keen historian and is currently President of the Bunbury Oral History Group and was Chair of the City of Bunbury Heritage Advisory Committee from 2007-2019. 

With his wealth of experience and networks, Brendan Kelly has made an invaluable contribution to the Bunbury community, helping to preserve its heritage for current and future generations.

Commendation: Jenny Sheehan

Jenny Sheehan has made an outstanding contribution to heritage, which has benefited both the Busselton community and Western Australia. Jenny held the voluntary position of Chairperson of Busselton Jetty Inc. (BJI) from 2015 to 2019.

In her role as Chairperson, Jenny was responsible for guiding the strategic direction of one of the States' top heritage tourism attractions, winning the Major Tourist Attraction category at the WA Tourism Awards in 2018 and 2019.

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