The winners of the 2009 Aurealis Awards were announced at the Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts in Brisbane on Saturday 24 January 2010.
- Best Science Fiction Novel: Wonders of a Godless World, by Andrew McGahan
- Best Science Fiction Short Story: “Clockwork, Patchwork and Ravens,” by Peter M. Ball
- Best Fantasy Novel: Magician’s Apprentice, by Trudi Canavan
- Best Fantasy Short Story: (tie) “Father’s Kill,” by Christopher Green; and “Once a Month, On a Sunday,:, by Ian McHugh
- Best Horror Novel: Red Queen, by Honey Brown
- Best Horror Short Story: tie “Wives,” by Paul Haines; and “Slive of Life-A Spot of Liver,” by Paul Haines
- Best Anthology: Eclipse 3, edited by Jonathan Strahan
- Best Collection: Oceanic, by Greg Egan
- Best Illustated Book/Graphic Novel: Scarygirl, by Nathan Jurevicius
- Best Young Adult Novel: Leviathan Trilogy: Book One, by Scott Westerfeld
- Best Young Adult Short Story: “Seventeen,” by Cat Sparks
- Best Children’s (8-12 years) Novel: A Ghost in My Suitcase, by Gabrielle Wang
- Best Children’s (8-12 years) Short Fiction/Illustrated Work/Picture Book: Victor’s Challenge, by Pamela Freeman, illustrated by Kim Gamble
- The Peter McNamara Convenors’ Award for Excellence: Justin Ackroyd
- The Kris Hembury Encouragement Award for Emerging Artists: Kathleen Jennings
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