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Business Awards: Friday 9 September 2022

Tickets for the 2022 Southern Grampians Business Awards are now on sale.

Where: Hamilton Performing Arts Centre
When: Friday 9 September, 6:00pm-9:00pm
Price: $65 per ticket

Get your tickets here.

*Nominations are now closed.

Learn more about Council's Business Awards on the Business Greater Hamilton Website.

If you have any questions regarding the Business Awards, reach out to Daniel Shaw - Business Development Officer:
5573 0240

2022 Business Awards Sponsors

We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support of the 2022 Business Awards:

  • Hamilton Spectator

  • Australian Bluegum Plantations

  • WDEA Works

  • South West TAFE

  • Iluka

  • Bendigo Bank

  • Hamilton Regional Business Association

  • Sinclair Wilson

  • Ace Radio

  • Glenelg Hopkins CMA

2022 Business Awards Entrants

  • Petschel House
  • Clarrie the Cobbler
  • Shattered
  • Grange Garlic
  • LJ's Pizza & Takeaway Foods
  • Cemac Enterprises
  • Brown St Dental
  • Penshurst Store
  • Wicked Wildlife
  • Precision Waterjet
  • Tarrington Wellbeing Centre
  • Cutting Edge Mower & Moto
  • Hamilton Medical Group
  • The Hamilton Hamper
  • The Hive Drive Thru
  • Tahlia's Beautyworx
  • Community Business
  • Nigretta of Hamilton
  • Coleraine & District Financial Service Ltd
  • Mulleraterong Centre Incorporation
  • Hamilton District Skills Centre
  • Employee
  • ANZ Hamilton – Emily O'Brien
  • Mulleraterong Centre Incorporation – Anthony Ung
  • Cox St Vets – Clare

2022 Business Awards Presenter: Kirsten Diprose


Kirsten Diprose is a communications specialist and content creator, with expertise in broadcast (radio and podcasts).
She is a Research Fellow at Deakin University, where she is an Associate Knowledge Broker for the Victoria Drought Resilience Adoption and Innovation Hub. In this role, she helps to bridge the gap between the scientific research and on the ground action within farming communities. Kirsten is also a PhD candidate at Deakin, studying misinformation in agriculture in the news and social media.

Kirsten also co-hosts and produces the podcast “Ducks on the Pond” (telling the stories of rural women across Australia).
In 2021, Kirsten was appointed as a Board Director at South West TAFE.

Prior to this, Kirsten worked as a journalist for 15 years, mainly for the Australian Broadcasting Corporation. You can still find her presenting once a fortnight on the Conversation Hour on ABC Radio Melbourne and occasionally presenting the weather on ABC News Breakfast.

Kirsten lives on a mixed grazing and cropping farm in south-west Victoria with her husband and two sons.

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