- 8 January: Mac Price, diplomat.
- 22 January: Dylan Taite, music journalist.
- 14 April: John Kent, cartoonist.
- 30 April: Peter 'Possum' Bourne, rally driver.
- 12 May: Stan Lay, MBE, Olympic javelin thrower
- 24 May: Dr. Neil Cherry, environmental scientist.
- 21 July: John Davies, athlete.
- 2 September: Dame Reubina (Ann) Ballin.
- 5 September: Sir Richard Harrison, politician.
- 7 September: Merv Wellington, politician.
- 15 September: Anthony Treadwell, architect.
- 31 October: Lindsay Weir, cricketer.
- 24 November: Millie Khan, bowler.
- Jonathan Dennis, film historian.
- Mike Hinge, artist and illustrator.
- Philip Holloway, politician.
- Allan McCready, politician.
- Sid Scales, cartoonist.
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