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Map of EHRP Marker Locations

A list of all the items that have been recognised with a marker since the commencement of the Engineering Heritage Recognition Program in 1984 is available here.

The image of a map of Australia to the right indicates the location of all EHRP markers in Australia. Click on this image to open an interactive map that will:

  • provide a brief description for each item,
  • a link to an items webpage for additional information; and
  • a link to the location in Google Maps which can then provide directions on how to get to the item from any nominated location.

HERITAGE ENGINEERING COURSE - Implementation of Heritage Engineering Solutions (Sydney 2024)

This course will introduce engineers and other professionals to heritage materials and construction methods, including the ways in which heritage materials deteriorate, and processes for conserving them. The course is a professional development course co-designed by Engineering Heritage Australia and the University of Canberra.

The course is now open for enrolment on the University of Canberra website at:

The course includes self-paced study from 1 June and an onsite workshop from 9-10 July at Cockatoo Island (Sydney). More detail including descriptions of the topics covered and information on the presenters/facilitators is available here.


Engineering Heritage Australia has two engineering heritage awards, the John Monash Medal and the Colin Crisp Award. The Colin Crisp Award is presented at the biennial Australasian Engineering Heritage Conference. In 2024, this conference is being held in Adelaide on 24/25 October.


This award recognises outstanding contributions to engineering heritage over a significant period. The John Monash Medal pays tribute to Sir John Monash, a distinguished civil engineer and respected Australian military commander during World War I. Recipients of the John Monash Medal are presented with an inscribed medal and certificate at an Engineers Australia award event.

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Criteria and submission guidelines
Achievement Awards Guidelines (note self nomination not permitted for JMM)

Nominations now open
Nominations close on 2 July 2024.


This award perpetuates the memory of Colin Crisp, who was a structural engineer well-known for his work in the conservation of heritage structures. This project award is given for excellence in the conservation and recording of items of heritage significance; in recording engineering accomplishments and the development of technology; or in education and raising awareness of engineering heritage.

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Criteria and submission guidelines

Copy of CCA Nomination Form
Nominations now open
Nominations close on 2 July 2024.

For assistance with the awards please contact:

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