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Published 21 May 2013 10:30, Updated 23 May 2013 12:26
With the release of BRW’s 30th Rich 200 list, we can reveal the group of exceptional entrepreneurs who have featured on every list since 1984.
The group includes some of Australia’s best known business people, including old friends Solomon Lew and Lindsay Fox, legendary Melbourne investor David Hains, Perth legends Kerry Stokes and Stan Perron, and Australia’s shopping centre kings, Frank Lowy and John Gandel.
The 2013 Rich 200 – which will be released online at 3pm on May 22 and hit the newsstands on May 23 – will look at how wealth in Australia is moving into the Asian century and look at how a big group of Rich 200 veterans have ridden strong equity markets to post big gains on this year’s list.
We will also celebrate our 30th list by looking back at the 30 biggest moments from the list, and naming our top Rich 200 member from the past 30 years.
The full list of 19 entrepreneurs (two of which shared a fortune for many years) to have made every BRW Rich 200 is:
Melbourne property developer who owns an extensive portfolio.
Truck driver and owner of the Linfox empire.
Owner of Australia’s biggest shopping centre, Chadstone.
Regional TV network owner and investor in Ten Network.
Melbourne property developers behind Grocon and Equiset.
Legendary producer of Australian television programs.
Peak net worth: $2.62 billion (2007)
Low-profile Melbourne investor who owns Portland House hedge fund.
Poultry farmer who recently sold Inghams Enterprises.
Pastoralist who divides his time between Australia and Argentina.
Retail king who controls Premier Investments.
Developer of Dreamworld theme park and property owner.
Westfield Group founder who owns shopping centres around the world.
Investor and producer of television and movie programming.
Founder of Spotless Group who started with one dry cleaning shop.
Perth legend best known as a property investor and owner of Western Australia’s Toyota distributorship.
Well-known investor whose family established – and still controls – Amalgamated Holdings.
Media and mining baron who controls Seven Group Holdings, owner of WesTrac and Seven West Media.
Sydney’s apartment king.
The peak net-worth figures represent the highest valuation attributed by BRW between 1984 and 2012.
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