Celebrating the past, present & future
This year, at Engineers Australia we are celebrating our Centenary.
We are proud of the work that we have done to help shape the profession – a profession that is integral to every field of human endeavour.
But this is not only about our organisation – this is a celebration of Australian engineers who pushed boundaries, defied odds, and come up with innovations that no-one could have imagined 100 years ago. Driven by a sense that anything is possible, engineers have shaped our world. Who knows where it will take us in the next 100 years.
Discover the inspiring story of Dylan Alcott – Australian Paralympic champion and well-known presenter, together with his custom wheelchair developed by Matthew Crawford from the AIS, through our interactive AR experience.
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Making a Difference
To celebrate 100 years of Engineers Australia, we’re profiling 100 current members who are making a difference in their communities.
These members are working on a range of projects – in Defence, Infrastructure, Tunnelling and Environmental. They come from all across Australia, and around the world. While their work is varied, they’re all working towards a united goal – providing benefit to the community.
Volunteers are the cornerstone of Engineers Australia. To celebrate the role that they play, we’re sharing stories that highlight their contribution to the organisation and the profession.
Engineering a Sustainable World: The next 100 years
World Engineers Convention 2019 will be held in Australia, the home of iconic engineering projects from the Sydney Opera House to the Snowy Mountains Hydroelectric scheme.
Hear national and international speakers reflect on the legacy of engineering achievements over the past 100 years — and define the future of engineering disciplines for the next 100 years . At this event, co-hosted by Engineers Australia and the World Federation of Engineering Organisations, you’ll build networks with leaders in global engineering practice. All while enjoying the natural beauty and quality of life for which Australia is world-renowned.