28 Aug 2015Tasmanian Premier, Will Hodgman, has declared the unique experience of the West Coast Wilderness Railway as crucial to the region’s future tourism.
28 Aug 2015Entura Managing Director and former Engineers Australia (Tasmania) president Tammy Chu FIEAust has been elected to the Board of the International Hydropower Association (IHA).
25 Aug 2015Engineering consultancy report illustrates the substantial savings that can be gained through major transport infrastructure upgrades in Australia.
21 Aug 2015A new hard hat incorporating advanced sensor and navigation technology is able to respond to its exact location in real time and recognise objects around it.
21 Aug 2015The 2015 Queensland Young Australian of the Year offers four nuggets of wisdom to up and coming engineers in Australia.
Engineers Australia Tasmania Division is based in Hobart and has approximately 1,300 members. The Division runs a number of events and activities throughout the year.
The first edition for 2013 of Tasmania’s Division monthly newsletter has been released in print and online, and is very different in appearance to previous editions. This special edition, for February 2013, can be found online here. The printed version of the newsletter will be arriving in the mailboxes of Tasmanian members later this month.
Tasmania Division's Monthly Newsletter is changing to an electronic format!
Plan ahead! Download your copy of the April to June 2015 Event schedule.
9 Sep 2015This breakfast event, "Engineering a Better Tasmania", aims to engage the movers and shakers in the industry with high quality speakers and current topics where the engineering profession can address key challenges and opportunities for the Tasmanian economy.
16 Sep 2015Join us for the next Webinar as part of our Graduate Roadmap Series!
30 Sep 2015This event form's part of the Division's Leadership Series. Please see event details for further information.
28 Oct 2015Join us for the next Webinar as part of our Graduate Roadmap Series!
7 Dec 2015This event, hosted by Engineers Australia and its National Committee on Water Engineering
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