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(1997–1999)

Awards

Australasian Performing Rights Association 1998

Won
APRA Music Award
Best TV Theme
Peter Best

Australian Film Institute 1999

Won
AFI Award
Best Episode in a Television Drama Series
Steve Knapman
For episode 59.
Won
Young Actor's Award
Abbie Cornish
For episode 59.
Nominated
AFI Award
Best Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Drama
Samuel Johnson
For episode 59.
Best Screenplay in a Television Drama
Kris Wyld
For episode 59.
Best Direction in a Television Drama
Peter Andrikidis
For episode 59.

Australian Film Institute 1998

Won
AFI Award
Best Screenplay in a Television Drama
Tim Pye
For episode #17.
Best Achievement in Direction in a Television Drama
Peter Andrikidis
For episode #17.
Best Mini-Series or Telefeature
Steve Knapman
Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Television Drama
Rachael Blake
For episode #20.
Best Episode in a Television Drama Series
Steve Knapman
For episode #17.
Nominated
AFI Award
Best Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role in a Television Drama
Tony Martin

Australian Screen Sound Guild 1999

Won
ASSG Award
Best Achievement in Sound in a TV Drama Series
Grant Shepherd (sound recordist)
Stephen Vaughan (boom swinger)
Todd Kirkness (boom swinger)
Pip Mason (boom swinger)
Peter Hall (dialogue editor)
Jon Hemming (dialogue editor)
John Salter (fx editor)
Ian Neilson (fx editor)
Ian Donato (adr/foley recordist)
George Turnure (foley artist)
Peter Purcell (sound mixer)
David Hemming (music engineer)
Peter Best (music engineer)
For episode #59.

Australian Screen Sound Guild 1998

Won
ASSG Award
Best Sound in a Television Drama Series
Grant Shepherd (sound recordist)
Todd Kirkness (boom operator)
Stephen Vaughan (boom operator)
Peter Hall (dialogue editor)
Jon Hemming (dialogue editor)
Ian Neilson (fx editor)
Justine Angus (fx editor)
Ian Donato (foley recordist)
Sasha Madon (assistant editor)
Julie Sommerfeldt (assistant editor)
Peter Purcell (mixer)
David Hemming (music engineer)
Peter Best (music engineer)
For episodes #35 and #36.

Logie Awards 1999

Won
Silver Logie
Most Outstanding Actress
Rachael Blake
Most Outstanding Actor
Tony Martin
Tied with David Wenham for SeaChange (1998).

Logie Awards 1998

Won
Logie
Most Outstanding Miniseries/Telemovie
Won
Silver Logie
Most Outstanding Actor
Tony Martin

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