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Classification: People: By occupation: Diplomats: By nationality: Australian
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Ambassadors of Australia

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Alan Watt (diplomat)

Alexander Downer

Alfred Parsons

Alfred Stirling

Alick Downer

Alison Broinowski

Allan Taylor (diplomat)

Allen Brown (public servant)

Amanda Vanstone

Andrew Fisher

Andrew Peacock

Angus Macdonald (diplomat)

Annabelle Rankin

Anne Plunkett

Barrie Dexter

Bill Farmer (public servant)

Bill Morrison (Australian politician)

Bill Slater (politician)

Brendan Nelson

Brian Burke

Bruce Baird

Bruce Haigh

Caroline Millar

Charles Frost (politician)

Charles Wade

Chris Hurford

Crispin Conroy

Dan Mackinnon

Dave Sharma

David Andrews (Australian diplomat)

David Hay (diplomat)

David Irvine (diplomat)

David Ritchie (diplomat)

David Sadleir

David Stuart (diplomat)

Dennis Richardson (diplomat)

Donald Alastair Cameron

Doug McClelland

Douglas Sturkey

Duncan Lewis

Edward Smart

Eric Harrison

Frances Adamson

Frank Forde

Frederic Eggleston

Frederic Thesiger, 1st Viscount Chelmsford

Gareth Evans (politician)

Gary Quinlan

Geoff Miller (diplomat)

George Fuller (Australian politician)

George Ivan Smith

George Knowles

George Reid (Australian politician)

Geraldine Cox

Gordon Bilney

Gordon Freeth

Gough Whitlam

Greg Urwin

Gregory Clark (author)

H. V. Evatt

Harry Jenkins, Sr.

Hubert Opperman

Hugh Alexander Dunn

Hugh Roberton

Iain Campbell Smith

Ian Biggs

Jack Beasley

James Lindsay, 3rd Baron Lindsay of Birker

James Plimsoll

Jim Short (Australian politician)

Joanna Hewitt

John Armstrong (Australian politician)

John Augustine Collins

John Bunting (diplomat)

John Dauth

John Knight (Australian politician)

John Latham (judge)

John McLeay, Jr.

John Menadue

John Olsen

Jon Philp

Joseph Cook

Josiah Francis

Justin Lee (diplomat)

Ken McCaw

Kenneth Bailey (Australian lawyer)

Kevin Rudd

Lance Barnard

Les Johnson

List of High Commissioners and Ambassadors of Australia

Louise Hand

Margaret Adamson

Margaret Twomey

Michael Baume

Michael L'Estrange

Michael Thawley

Mick Shann

Mike Rann

Murray McLean (ambassador)

Neal Blewett

Neil Pickard

Nick Evers

Nick Parkinson

Nick Warner

Palitha Kohona

Patricia Holmes (diplomat)

Patrick Lawless

Paul Hogan (butler)

Paul O'Sullivan

Penelope Wensley

Peter Barbour

Peter Heydon

Peter Shannon

Peter Varghese

Peter Wilenski

Peter Woolcott

Philip Flood

Ralph Harry

Ric Smith

Ric Throssell

Ric Wells

Richard Alston (politician)

Richard Butler (diplomat)

Richard Smith (diplomat)

Richard Woolcott

Robert Hill (Australian politician)

Roden Cutler

Roger Pescott

Stephen Brady

Stephen Hagan

Stewart Wolfe Jamieson

Susan Cox

Thomas B. Robinson

Thomas White (Australian politician)

Trevor Pyman

Victor Garland

Vince Gair

Walter Cawthorn

Walter Crocker

William Macmahon Ball

William Roy Hodgson

Winfred Peppinck

   

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Daily Caller

Daily Caller
Wed, 31 Dec 2014 11:52:03 -0800

The Australian government has an elaborate campaign, including a 600-page bureaucratic handbook, to build its international image using koalas. The soft-power campaign, nicknamed “koala diplomacy,” came to light in connection with photos of Barack ...

Sydney Morning Herald

Sydney Morning Herald
Sun, 18 Jan 2015 16:51:01 -0800

Australia has no plans to withdraw its diplomats from Indonesia but Foreign Minister Julie Bishop would not speculate on what might happen "should the Indonesian government carry through its threat to execute" two members of the Bali Nine. The Foreign ...

The Diplomat

The Diplomat
Thu, 22 Jan 2015 05:18:45 -0800

Meanwhile, Foreign Minister Julie Bishop said on Monday that there were no plans to withdraw Australian diplomats from Indonesia at this point and has not yet commented publicly on what will happen should the two be executed. It is Australia's policy ...

Fiji Sun Online

Fiji Sun Online
Tue, 27 Jan 2015 15:03:45 -0800

It underscored continuing concerns in Suva over attitudes of Australian diplomats here, including High Commissioner Margaret Twomey, well informed sources said. Among those not at the high commission's function were Prime Minister Voreqe Bainimarama ...

The Daily Telegraph

The Daily Telegraph
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 17:18:45 -0800

Bishop said there had been more than 50 occasions since 2006 where Australian diplomats or leaders had made one-on-one appeals for the two men with their counterparts. The previous president, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, left the business of killing ...
 
World Socialist Web Site
Mon, 05 Jan 2015 22:30:46 -0800

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NEWS.com.au
Fri, 23 Jan 2015 03:03:45 -0800

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NEWS.com.au
Tue, 20 Jan 2015 15:54:49 -0800

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