WA Institution of Surveyors

We're the peak representative body for the surveying profession in Western Australia.

Work in surveying? We've got memberships to suit all levels of experience.

Ordinary Members

Associate Members

Affiliate Members

We’re always striving for excellence in the application of the science of surveying for the benefit of society.

As the leading industry voice for its members, the Western Australian Institution of Surveyors (WAIS) is part of the change management process for surveyors.

As the peak representitive body for surveyors in WA, we represent members from a wide range of surveying specialisations including Land, Mine, Engineering, Hydrographic and Geodetic.

WAIS offers a variety of memberships, suitable for everyone from surveying students through to senior practitioners.

What We Do

WAIS represents and promotes the profession of surveying by:

Advocating to government and industry on issues relating to land, its planning and development and other survey and land tenure matters that are constantly evolving in today’s technological world.

Building strong relationships with the private and public sector, government, tertiary institutions and relevant industry bodies both locally and interstate.

Encouraging the study of surveying to improve the professional and technical knowledge of surveyors and of those intending to become surveyors.

Promoting the professional practice of surveyors as important contributors to the community.

Events

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News

WAIS is proud to sponsor a new Get Kids Into Surveying poster

Tying in with NAIDOC week across Australia, the surveying profession has proudly launched a new Get Kids into Survey Australian activity poster, which not only encourages children to delve into the world of surveying but to also respect the land and culture of our Traditional Owners. The new poster is now available online at www.getkidsintosurvey.com and …

Roy Hill Mine – Surveyor Required

A surveyor is required for an ongoing project at Roy Hill mine for the next 5 to 6 months to assist with a brown fields construction project Contact: Darren Dawes, Senior Contracts Specialist T +61 8 9352 5900    M +61 451 108 266   E ddawes@aerison.com     www.aerison.com             

Regulatory Reform Conference, Canberra, 22-23 July 2021

The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet is co-organising a Regulatory Reform conference to be held on 22-23 July 2021 in Canberra. The aim of the conference is to build connections between different arms of government and the business community – to share innovative approaches to deregulation, regulatory reform and regulator performance. The conference …

Occupational registrations within the AMR scheme – UPDATE

Thank you for your ongoing engagement with the development of the automatic mutual recognition of occupational registrations (AMR scheme).  The Commonwealth Parliament passed the Mutual Recognition Amendment Bill 2021 (the Bill) and the AMR scheme was implemented in NSW, Victoria, ACT and NT on 1 July 2021. Other jurisdictions are expected to progressively enter the AMR …
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