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Engineers Australia is committed to serving your interests, discipline and industry.

Dedicated to your development

Put yourself at the heart of the largest network for engineering and technology professionals in the country.

As Australia’s preeminent body representing engineers from all disciplines, Engineers Australia is well-equipped to promote and support engineering in all its facets.

We provide engineers with training, development and community. We accredit the institutions that mould inquisitive students into inventive professionals. We assess the skills of engineers from all over the world, enabling them to migrate and contribute to Australian industry.

Engineers Australia combines heritage with innovation, drawing from a vast store of knowledge with a view of the future. Our dedication to the advancement of engineering and the lives of its practitioners is unmatched.

With over 100,000 members, we are the largest professional body for engineers in Australia — and no matter what your role is in the profession we can cater to your needs.

Become a member today.

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