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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 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 & Publications
Engineering Heritage Australia run a number of programs across the country. To find out more about a particular program, just follow the links below.
21 Sep 2016
An engineering tribute to the Hunter Region’s heroes of the Great war, wins top honours at Newcastle Engineering Excellence Awards.
8 Sep 2016
The Bairnsdale to Orbost Railway, built to connect East Gippsland’s remote communities, has been recognised with an Engineering Heritage Marker.
7 Sep 2016
Engineers have modified the tapping hammer to include a microphone and thermal and force sensors and developed algorithms to analyse data collected in the tap tests.
25 Aug 2016
Find out which outstanding projects are nominated for the AEEA Queensland Awards 2016.
25 Aug 2016
Find out which outstanding projects are nominated for the AEEA Canberra Awards 2016.
13 Oct 2016
Australasian Tunnelling Society 2016 Charity Golf Day. Funds raised through sponsorship packages will help fund medical research and life-saving discoveries at the Garvan Research Foundation.
17 Oct 2016
This will be a joint presentation with the Silver Society of Australia Inc.
19 Oct 2016
The Retired Engineers Group will host a visit to Quinlan’s Training Restaurant at Beaconsfield and to the Wireless Hill Museum at Applecross.
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