Australia's Most Trusted People 2005

The complete list of Australia's 100 most trusted people for 2005
 

1.            Dr Fiona Wood, burns specialist and 2005 Australian of the Year

2.            Professor Ian Frazer, cancer  researcher and 2006 Australian of the Year

3.            Professor Barry Marshall, medical researcher and Nobel laureate

4.            Princess Mary of Denmark, formerly Mary Donaldson of Tasmania

5.            Dr Harry Cooper, TV veterinarian, Harry’s Practice

6.            Ian Kiernan, founder, Clean Up Australia

7.            Olivia Newton-John, actress and singer

8.            Ernie Dingo, TV presenter, The Great Outdoors

9.            The Wiggles, children’s entertainers

10.            Andy Thomas, astronaut

11.            Dr Karl Kruszelnicki, author, TV and radio science commentator

12.            Dick Smith, adventurer, entrepreneur and philanthropist

13.            Dawn Fraser, swimmer and former Olympian

14.            Rolf Harris, TV personality, artist and singer

15.            Grant Hackett, swimmer

16.            Queen Elizabeth II

17.            John Farnham, singer

18.            John Wood, actor, Blue Heelers

19.            Mel Gibson, actor and director

20.            Patrick Rafter, retired tennis player

21.            Sigrid Thornton, actress

22.            Peter Cosgrove, retired chief of the Australian Defence Force

23.            John Williamson, singer

24.            David Koch, finance expert and TV host, Sunrise

25.            Michael Caton, actor and TV host, Hot Property

26.            Lisa McCune, actress

27.            Ricky Ponting, captain, Australian cricket team

28.            Ian Thorpe, swimmer

29.            Geoffrey Rush, actor

30.            Marcia Hines, singer and judge, Australian Idol

31.            Nicole Kidman, actress

32.            Bryce Courtenay, author

33.            Andrew Denton, TV host, Enough Rope

34.            Cate Blanchett, actress

35.            Steve Waugh, cricketer

36.            Reverend Tim Costello, chief executive, World Vision Australia

37.            Delta Goodrem, singer and actress

38.            Jamie Durie, TV host, Backyard Blitz

39.            Eric Bana, actor

40.            Tom Williams, TV presenter, The Great Outdoors

41.            Jennifer Hawkins, Former Miss Universe and TV presenter, The Great Outdoors

42.            Sarah O’Hare, model and charity spokesperson and patron

43.            Rove McManus, TV host, Rove Live

44.            Cathy Freeman, runner and former Olympian

45.            Elle Macpherson, model, entrepreneur and lingerie designer

46.            Bert Newton, TV host, Bert’s Family Feud

47.            Ray Martin, journalist and TV host

48.            John Eales, former rugby union captain

49.            Kylie Minogue, singer

50.            Thomas Keneally, author

51.            Jessica Rowe, TV host, Today

52.            Megan Gale, model, actress and TV presenter

53.            Tim Winton, author

54.            Michael Jeffery, Governor-General

55.            Naomi Watts, actress

56.            Missy Higgins, singer

57.            Greg Norman, golfer

58.            Keith Urban, singer

59.            Murray Gleeson, Chief Justice of the High Court of Australia

60.            Steve Irwin, TV host, Crocodile Hunter

61.            Daryl Somers, TV host, Dancing With the Stars

62.            Dr Philip Nitschke, doctor and euthanasia campaigner

63.            Collette Dinnigan, fashion designer

64.            Harry Kewell, soccer player

65.            Bec Cartwright, actress and wife of Lleyton Hewitt

66.            Graeme Samuel, chairman, Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC)

67.            Heath Ledger, actor

68.            Simone Warne, estranged wife of Shane Warne and contestant, Dancing With the Stars

69.            Jackie O, radio presenter and TV host

70.            Peter Garrett, ex-Midnight Oil singer and federal MP

71.            Gerry Harvey, business mogul

72.            Janette Howard, wife of Prime Minister

73.            Eddie McGuire, former TV host and Nine Network CEO

74.            Ian MacFarlane, governor, Reserve Bank of Australia

75.            Lleyton Hewitt, tennis player

76.            Russell Crowe, actor

77.            Cardinal George Pell, Catholic Archbishop of Sydney

78.            James Packer, media executive

79.            John Laws, radio presenter

80.            Lachlan Murdoch, media executive

81.            Lindy Chamberlain-Creighton, mother of missing infant

82.            Alan Jones, radio presenter

83.            Kyle Sandilands, radio personality and judge, Australian Idol

84.            John Howard, Prime Minister

85.            Rupert Murdoch, media mogul

86.            Bob Hawke, former Prime Minister

87.            Jeff Kennett, businessman and former Premier of Victoria

88.            Bob Brown, federal senator and leader of the Australian Greens

89.            Alexander Downer, federal Minister for Foreign Affairs

90.            Malcolm Turnbull, businessman and Liberal MP

91.            Kim Beazley, leader of the federal Labor Party

92.            Tony Abbott, federal Minister for Health and Ageing

93.            Peter Costello, federal Treasurer

94.            Barnaby Joyce, Queensland National Party senator

95.            Schapelle Corby, convicted drug smuggler

96.            Paul Keating, former Prime Minister

97.            Amanda Vanstone, federal Minister for Immigration and Multicultural Affairs

98.            Sol Trujillo, Telstra CEO

99.            Shane Warne, cricketer

100.          Mark Latham, former federal Labor Party leader
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