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Enhancing the quality of life for all Queensland communities

Our purpose is to enhance the quality of life for all Queensland communities by advancing the skills, knowledge and resources available to those involved in the planning and provision of public works and services.

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Learning Hub Intake I/2021 commences 18 January! Choose from six pathways: High Potential Professionals, Senior Leadership, Emerging Professional, Women, Men and just launched - choose your own Pathway! REGISTER ONLINE!

Download the 2021 Every Community Needs an Engineer calendar today!


1 JULY 2020 - 30 JUNE 2021




Up to 5 years post-graduation (bachelor’s degree)

Student (see criteria)

Pro Rata Discount Code: 2QMEMBER2021

Apply this code to receive 50% off your subscription.

Our mission is to create a vibrant, vital, supportive community for those engaged in the public works sector which serves to enhance the quality of life for all Queensland communities.

We do this by advancing the skills, knowledge and resources available to those involved in the planning and provision of public works and services. Our conferences are must-attend events which highlight the strong sense of community our members enjoy. 

Our leading-edge technical products are widely-adopted and our quarterly e-Journal, Engineering for Public Works is valued for its technical and industry-relevant content. 

IPWEAQ's comprehensive, innovative professional development program exceeds the needs of members and industry and our excellence awards are highly sought after.

Our globally recognised Knowledge Centre is an essential resource for anyone involved in public works in Queensland. 

As the central advisory and advocacy body within Queensland’s water industry, qldwater is a collaborative hub, working with its members to provide safe, secure and sustainable urban water services to Queensland communities.

We continue to advocate on your behalf influencing government and industry at every opportunity. Councils are financially more stable when engineers are involved in key decision making particularly with regard to asset purchases and maintenance.

Please contact Tammi.Petre@ipweaq.com on 07 3632 6813 for your next booking!

  • Councils are more financially Sustainable when engineers are involved in key decisions particularly regarding asset purchases and maintenance. 
  • Communities are more sustainable when engineers apply innovative solutions to common problems. 

  • Leave behind a legacy for future generations and make your mark on civilisation.

  • Work with amazing people who also want to make our world a better place. 

  • Green the earth, one community at a time.

  • Communities will thrive because of the work you do.


  • Connect neighbourhoods, cross rivers, shelter people, support a healthier nation, encourage independence and new ways of living.

  • From inspiration, imagination and implementation, you'll never be bored.  

  • Professional Development
  • IPWEAQ Events
  • IPWEAQ Excellence Awards
  • Public Works TV
  • Learning Hub
  • Knowledge Centre
  • Conference Proceedings
  • Publications
  • E-News, Connect
  • E-Journal, Engineering for Public Works
  • Street Design Manual
  • Asset Design as Constructed (ADAC)
  • Queensland Urban Drainage Manual (QUDM)
  • Public Works Technical Subscription (PWTS)
  • Corporate Technical Subscription (CTS)
  • Standard drawings
  • Supervisors Handbook
  • Complete Streets
  • Working Groups
  • NAMS-Q
  • CPD Scheme
  • RPEQ Application