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

Congratulations to our 2021 Fellows announced at the WAIS Member Awards Night

Congratulations to the following members elevated to Fellow or Honorary Fellow at the WAIS Member Awards Night on Thursday, 20 May 2021: • Asshe Craven – HONORARY FELLOW • Rob Agnew – FELLOW • Brian Hill – FELLOW • Edrick Delfos – FELLOW The WAIS Member Awards Night was held at Crown Perth to honour the 2021 Fellows of the …

Automatic mutual recognition of occupational registrations – project update May 2021

OFFICIAL Thank you for your engagement with the proposed automatic mutual recognition (AMR) of occupational registrations. Please find our May 2021 update on the project below. National legislation has passed the Senate As per a previous update, the details of the national legislative framework were settled with the benefit of public consultation and the Australian Government introduced the …
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