10 Oct 2014Convention 2014 brings together the fittest minds and engineering talent in the world with national and international speakers exposing delegates to megatrends and thought leadership that will shape the future of engineering in Australia and globally.
2 Oct 2014Last month we marked the centenary of the outbreak of World War One (WWI) with an article about Australian military engineers during the early stages of the war, notably at Gallipoli. Here we take a look at Australian army tunnellers in action on the Western Front.
23 Jul 2014Apart from the obvious difference in weather conditions and vegetation, there is little to tell these two photographs apart.
23 Jul 2014The restoration and repair of the Holland Street tramway bridge is now in its final stages.
23 Jul 2014"Engineering A City" is being brought to life through presentations and now walks through the city.
What is Engineering Heritage?Items of engineering heritage are those that have been designed, constructed and operated by engineers that may be significant for historic, aesthetic, scientific or social reasons. Find out more about Engineering Heritage here.
The BoardThe Board develops policy and represents Engineers Australia nationally on engineering and industrial heritage matters. The Board also manages a number of Australia-wide programs and provides guidance and a degree of co-ordination to the engineering heritage groups located in each Division. Find out more about the Board here.
Activities & PublicationsEngineering Heritage Australia run a number of programs across the country. To find out more about a particular program, just follow the links below.
- Engineering Heritage Recognition Program
- Oral History Program
- Engineering Heritage Practice Notes
- Engineering Heritage & Conservation Guidelines (PDF)
- Engineering Heritage Australia Quarterly Magazine