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8 April 2024


The Southern Highlands Community Foundaton announces Peter Titmus as the recipient of their April 2024 ‘Highlands Hero’ award.

The Southern Highlands Community Foundaton (SHCF) announces Bradman Foundaton volunteer, Peter Titmus at their first Highlands Hero for 2024. Highlands Heroes is an award that aims to recognise and reward volunteers in our community who work tirelessly for their chosen cause. Winners receive a $5000 grant for their organisaton.

Over the past two years, Peter has devoted hundreds of hours, sharing his knowledge and tremendous work ethic to renovate, repair and transform key aspects of the Bradman Museum and Oval Precinct.

Nicole Smith, Chair of the Southern Highlands Community Foundation said;

“I think that volunteers like Peter are critical to the fabric of our community. He is a fantastic example of a true unsung hero. The amount of time and work he’s put into the Bradman Foundation is just incredible. We are absolutely thrilled to be able to help recognise his hard work and dedication with this award”.

Though initiatives like Highlands Heroes the SHCF aims to highlight areas of need within our community and through the $5000 grant, have positive impact on the causes that our Highlands Heroes represent.

Highlands Heroes nominations are open all year round.

Nomina6ons are being called from not-for-profit organisa6ons opera6ng in the Southern Highlands. The judging panel is looking for volunteers who have contributed to the betterment of their organisation and/or its services and who have not sought recognition or acclamation.

For more information on the SHCF, the Highlands Heroes initiative or the nomination process please click.


For media enquiries please contact:

Bridget Cosyn, Community Liaison | 0401004013 |
Nicole Smith, Chair | 0407 296 710 |
For more informa6on on The Southern Highlands Community Founda6on, visit hQps://