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Victorian Honour Roll of Women


Now in its 17th year, the Victorian Honour Roll of Women acknowledges and celebrates the outstanding achievements of women in Victoria. Since 2001, 582 inductees have been honoured for their significant and lasting contributions to Victoria, Australia and beyond.

Raising the profile of women

The Victorian Honour Roll of Women aims to raise the profile of women in Victoria by acknowledging their wide-ranging contributions and accomplishments. It recognises women who have demonstrated outstanding leadership or excellence in their fields of expertise, interest and endeavour.

Find out more about raising the profile of women.

Nominate an outstanding woman

If you know a standout women who deserves recognition for her contribution, leadership and achievements, please nominate her for the 2017 Victorian Honour Roll of Women.

Nominations are open to all women in Victoria.

Find out how to nominate.

Learn about previous inductees

The 2016 inductees were honoured at a special presentation on 7 March 2016 to coincide with International Women’s Day celebrations. These women were recognised for their dedication to Victoria as leaders, innovators and mentors.

Find out about previous inductees.

Contact the Victorian Honour Roll of Women

For general enquiries about the Honour Roll, please call the Department of Premier and Cabinet on 1300 366 356 or email vhrw@dpc.vic.gov.au.


Credit: Victorian Honour Roll of Women

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