Engineers Australia

Australia's preeminent engineering body.

Vision

Engineers Australia is the trusted voice of the profession. We are the global home for engineering professionals renowned as leaders in shaping a sustainable world.

Dedicated to engineering

Engineers Australia is the largest and most diverse body of engineers in Australia. As Australia’s principal engineering association we serve and represent around 100,000 professionals at every level, across all fields of practice. We are committed to advancing engineering and the professional development of our members.

We are the trusted authority of a profession that shapes the lives of every Australian. With countless organisations, institutions and government agencies relying on our expertise to create, accredit and assess engineering programs and practitioners, our proven dedication to engineers and the Australian industry is unparalleled.

With a rich history and awards programs to highlight the dedication and accomplishments of engineers, we have created a legacy for all to take part in. And with diverse groups and thousands of events each year, we have created a unified forum for engineers like no other.

Explore the pages below to find out more about Engineers Australia and gain a better understanding of its governance, advocacy and many regional facets.

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