Engineers Australia Divisions

Serving our members in nine major geographical areas across Australia.

Engineers Australia is the largest engineering body in Australia. We operate nationwide, with locations in 9 geographical areas called Divisions that act as the delivery arms for services to members.

These services include being the VOICE of the profession through our advocacy work with key stakeholders including the community, government, media.

Our Divisions drive KNOWLEDGE through access to face to face and online technical presentations, networking, and other resources.  

We also ensure RECOGNITION of individual and engineering outcomes through our Chartered members, an array of awards, assessment of competence, accreditation of engineering courses, global mobility through our international Accords.

Talk to your Division today about the services available to you online or in your local area.    

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