Often overlooked and forgotten with time, are many men and women who, despite their absence in the pages of history, have been a vital part of Australia’s pioneering spirit. These ‘Unsung Heroes’ come from all walks of life and backgrounds, and include drovers, property owners, country storekeepers and shearers.
The Unsung Heroes project is a biographical database detailing these individuals and their contribution to the Australian outback.
You may preserve the history of the outback by nominating a friend or family member with the Australian Stockman’s Hall of Fame and Outback Heritage Centre. All nominees must have spent some time in outback Australia, or made a significant contribution to the outback.
Download a registration form
For a $44.00 processing fee, the details of your Unsung Hero will be recorded for posterity on our database. You are also invited to send copies of photographs, newspaper cuttings and other relevant information with your application. You will receive a Certificate of Registration as well as a copy of the information.
Please feel free to contact us if you require further information. Alternatively, simply print out the form and post or fax it to us.