The new Anglican Archbishop of Sydney is Glenn Davies. You can read about more at Sydney Anglicans.
Glenn is a former lecturer at Moore College, he studied at both Moore and Westminster Theological Seminary, he’s been the bishop of North Sydney since 2002, and he wrote his Ph.D thesis at Sheffield University on Faith and Obedience in Romans (Sheffield: JSOT Press, 1990). I confess that I was rather convinced by his argument for paedocommunion which I summarized here.
According to the COE ordinal, the ministry of a bishop is:
God calls his people to follow Christ, and forms us into a royal priesthood, a holy nation, to declare the wonderful deeds of him who has called us out of darkness into his marvellous light. The Church is the Body of Christ, the people of God and the dwelling-place of the Holy Spirit. In baptism the whole Church is summoned to witness to God’s love and to work for the coming of his kingdom. To serve this royal priesthood, God has given particular ministries. Bishops are ordained to be shepherds of Christ’s flock and guardians of the faith of the apostles, proclaiming the gospel of God’s kingdom and leading his people in mission. Obedient to the call of Christ and in the power of the Holy Spirit, they are to gather God’s people and celebrate with them the sacraments of the new covenant. Thus formed into a single communion of faith and love, the Church in each place and time is united with the Church in every place and time.
May God give ++Glenn a double portion of wisdom to work and strive for the cause of the gospel in the Anglican Diocese of Sydney and to all the world!