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Master Builders' National Awards are divided into a number of categories.

Nominations for the housing and commercial/industrial categories are submitted through State and Territory Master Builders associations which have their own awards processes. The State and Territory Award winners in their nominated categories (some categories are combined) become finalists for the National Awards and are judged accordingly.

The National Export Awards are sponsored by the Australian Made Campaign and recognise the outstanding export performance of members and others in the Australian building and construction industry in the export market.

2018 National Awards

The 2018 National Awards Dinner will be held on Saturday 24 November 2018 at the Adelaide Convention Centre. Get tickets

2017 National Awards

The 2017 National Awards Dinner was held on 25 November at Princes Wharf 1 in conjunction with Master Builders Australia's National Conference in Hobart. See Post Conference Report.

The National Apprentice of the Year is Mitchell Earl from Newcastle and the WoodSolutions National Young Builder of the Year is Nathan O'Neill from South Australia.

2017 finalists and winners are listed in our Building Australia Housing and Construction e books.

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Complete list of 2017 National Award Winners

Photos of the event can be seen here. Select the images(s) you require and contact enquiries@masterbuilders.com.au to obtain a high resolution version.

2016 National Awards

The 2016 National Awards presentation dinner was held in the Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra on Thursday 24 November 2016. 

The National Apprentice of the Year was Damon Addison from Tasmania and the National Young Builder of the Year was David Moyle from Victoria.  

2016 finalists and winners are listed in our Building Australia Housing and Construction e books.

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