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Rank Topic Wikipedia views
Oct 21 2010
1 HRH Charles, Prince of Wales 12563
2 Rupert Murdoch, media proprietor 10020
3 Portia de Rossi, actress (then known as Amanda Lee Rogers) 7395
4 Missy Higgins, singer-songwriter 1063
5 Peter Carey, novelist 743
6 Kerry Packer, publishing, media and gaming tycoon 587
7 John Marsden, novelist, school administrator 493
8 Sir Robert Southey, former president of the Liberal Party, Chairman of the Australian Ballet Foundation 463
9 Dame Elisabeth Murdoch (née Green) AC, philanthropist (Clyde School) 307
10 Craig Mottram, long distance runner 264
11 John Gorton, Senator (Lib) (1949–1968), MHR (1968–1975), Prime Minister of Australia (1968–1971) (also attended Sydney Church of England Grammar School) </ref> 231
12 John Landy, athlete, Governor of Victoria 210
13 Alexander Downer, MHR (Lib) (1984–2008), Leader of the Opposition (1994–1995), Foreign Minister (1996–2007) 192
14 Mechai Viravaidya, Thai politician 184
15 Sam Newman, former AFL footballer and media identity 181
16 Daniel Thomas, art-historian 181
17 John Kelly, Olympic Equestrian Gold Medallist 177
18 Ali McGregor, opera singer 162
19 David Armstrong, Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at the University of Sydney 141
20 Helen Garner (née Ford), novelist and journalist (C.E.G.G.S. The Hermitage) 96
21 Sir Russell Drysdale, painter 75
22 Rupert Hamer, MLC (Lib) (1958–1971), MLA (1971–1981), Premier of Victoria (1972–1981), Chairman of the Victoria State Opera (1982–1995) 64
23 Vadim Dale, Outback Jack 64
24 Tom Long, actor 63
25 David Moore, photographer 52
26 Joan Lindsay, author (Clyde School) 49
27 Sir Brian Inglis AC, businessman 47
28 John Fairfax, media proprietor 35
29 Michael Scriven, scientific philosopher 29
30 Keith Dunstan, journalist 26
31 Robin Ramsay, actor 24
32 Tim Macartney-Snape, first Australian to climb Mt. Everest and later, the first person ever to climb the full height (sea level to summit) of Mt. Everest - both without oxygen 23
33 Kate Slatter Olympic Gold Medallist, Atlanta Olympics 22
34 Norman Kaye, organist, actor 21
35 David Hawker, MHR (Lib) (1983 - ), Speaker of the Australian House of Representatives (2004–2008) 21
36 Richard Woolcott, diplomat 21
37 Charles Hawker, MP, eponym of the [link] 20
38 Charlie Gardiner, St Kilda Football Club Player 19
39 Archibald Fisken, Former MHR for Balarat, OBE, CMG 18
40 Dr. Richard Searby AO QC, Barrister, Company Director and former Chancellor of Deakin University 18
41 Tim Burstall, film maker 17
42 James Fairfax, philanthropist 17
43 Sir Alec Downer, MHR (Lib) (1949–1963), Minister for Immigration (1958–1964), High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (1964–1972) 16
44 Francois Tetaz, Musician 16
45 John Manifold, poet 13
46 Geoffrey Dutton, poet 12
47 Sir John Mark Davies, MLC (1889–1919), President of the Victorian Legislative Council (1910–1919) 11
48 Sir David Hay (1916–2009), Ambassador to the United Nations, Administrator of Papua New Guinea 7
49 Ted Ringwood, scientist 6
50 David Strachan, painter 5
51 Sir Roderick Carnegie AC, businessman 5
52 Simon Fieldhouse, artist 5
53 Lord Broers, President of the Royal Academy of Engineering, former Vice-Chancellor of the University of Cambridge < 5
54 HM Sultan Mizan Zainal Abidin, Sultan of Terengganu, King of Malaysia < 5
55 Hugh Morgan, businessman < 5
56 Alan Brown (academic administrator), Vice-Provost of Worcester College, Oxford < 5
57 Easton Wood (footballer), Western Bulldogs Football Club Player < 5
58 Simon Richard Molesworth AM QC; Member of the Victorian Bar; Barrister and Solicitor, Supreme Court of Victoria (1978), High Court of Australia (1978), Supreme Court of New South Wales (1984) (also attended Haileybury) </ref> < 5
59 Glen McConchie, Physics Teacher at Glen Waverley Secondary College < 5
60 Peter Holmes à Court < 5
61 Michael Richardson (journalist), journalist < 5

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