Welcome to the Australian Branch
The Australian Branch comprises Panels in the larger States of New South Wales, Victoria, Western Australia, South Australia and Queensland and provides support for regional activity in the Australian Capital Territory (by NSW), the Northern Territory (by QLD), Tasmania (by VIC) and Papua New Guinea (by Branch). Branch Contact Details.
The worldwide membership of IMechE is approximately 106,000 with 1421 members in the Australian/Papua New Guinea Branch. There has been a 2.97% increase in the last twelve months in Australasia. During the period up to December 2013 membership figures have increased in Australia & PNG by 41 members. Thus giving a total in the Panels/States are as follows:
- ACT 24(29) loss 5
- New South Wales Panel 289 (310) loss 21
- Papua New Guinea 5 (5) no change
- Queensland Panel 294 (281) gain 13
- South Australia Panel 108 (114) loss 6
- Tasmania 14 (14) no change
- Victoria Panel 326 (324) gain 2
- Western Australia Panel 362 (306) gain 56
- Northern Territory 4 (2) gain 2
Numbers in brackets represent December 2012
For details of the mutual recognition arrangements with Engineers Australia select Country Information.
The News Bulletin is issued in hard copy 3 times a year to members in Australia and PNG with a valid mailing address. The News Bulletin is also emailed to members and back issues can be found online here.
The News Bulletin editor is looking for interesting articles for the next edition. Copy should be sent directly to the editor in your last News Bulletin. Copy should be provided to Matt Springer
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Are your details up to date in your account? If you are unsure log in to www.imeche.org and check your profile. Please fill address field as your suburb. NB a city is not required as well as a suburb. Address field 5 should be reserved for you state and should be expressed as ACT, NT, NSW, QLD, SA, WA and TAS.
Most Panels in the Australian Branch conduct joint meetings with Engineers Australia and other learned societies. Engineers Australia is rolling out webcasts of technical presentations on their websites. These can be viewed to aid your professional development.
Membership for Mechanical Engineering Students is free
On line application form for Affiliate membership is available on the website
Australian Young Members
2014 is set to be a year of growth in Young Members and engagement with Young Members, with more events, content and development opportunities. The Year starts with the - #Engtravaganza weekend in combination with the Australian Branch AGM.
2013 was the year of resurgence for Young Members in Australia! We had our inaugural annual Young Members event - Engtravaganza weekend in combination with the Australian Branch AGM. This year that was a trip to Gold Coast's Dreamworld, with a behind-the-scenes tour. (Check out the photos on our Facebook page). More events are being planned around the country.
We also have a growing Australia Young Member committee, check out what is going on this year and who is representing you, and how to get involved.
The Australian Young Members have an active Facebook page and Twitter feed.
Current and Future Events
Please click the event heading for further information.
Event Type: Technical lecture
15 May 2017 17:30 to 19:00
Bradley Forum - Adelaide
Come along to hear from Josh Smith, Sundrop Farms Project Manager and Angus Tulloch, Sundrop Farms Engineer, and learn how the;
•Project was developed from a scaled pilot facility
•Project was faced with technical, construction and delivery challenges
•Solar Energy system was constructed and commissioned
Industry: Renewable energy
Event Type: Conference
16 May 2017 15:30 to 17:30
Village Roadshow Theatrette - Melbourne
IMechE Victoria has been invited to attend the next Metro Trains quarterly engineering forum, where the company’s rail industry experts share experiences and best practice.
Event Type: Seminar
16 October 2017 08:00 to 20 October 2017 16:00
The Institution of Chemical Engineer's (IChemE) flagship process safety course covers the fundamentals and aims to provide an understanding of the key principles of process safety and its management.
Drawing upon examples and case studies from a range of sectors, this practical, workshop-focussed programme references the framework of the IChemE Safety Centre: knowledge and competence, engineering and design, systems and procedures, assurance, human factors, and culture.
Industry: Safety & reliability
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