Trevor Kennedy (born Trevor John Kennedy; born in Perth, Western Australia, on 24 June 1942) is an Australian businessman and company director. He has served on the board of directors of many Australian companies, including Consolidated Press Holdings and Qantas. He is a former journalist and right-hand man of Kerry Packer and a former business associate of Malcolm Turnbull, former leader of the Australian Parliamentary Liberal Party and the 29th Prime Minister of Australia.
Kennedy was founding editor of The National Times newspaper (1972-73). In 1997 he was appointed Chairman of AWA Ltd. He served as editor in chief of Consolidated Press Holdings Ltd. (1981-86) and then as managing director of the same company (1986-91).
He was a member of the Australian Federal Government's Remuneration Tribunal (1995-2000).
During his career he has also served as chairman of Oil Search Limited, Commsoft Group Limited, and Cypress Lakes Group Limited, and as a director of both public and private companies, including Qantas Superannuation Limited, Downer EDI Limited, FTR Holdings Limited, and RG Capital Ratio Limited.
In 1983 Kennedy was appointed to be a Member in the Ordinary Division of the Order of Australia (A.M.)