25 relations: Alex Robertson (Australian rules footballer), Brennan torpedo, British Astronomical Association, Charles Anthony Corbett Wilson, Clive Steele, Cycling in Melbourne, History of broadcasting in Australia, Kernot, Lawrence Coombes, Leslie H. Martin, Lindesay Clark, List of Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors and Presidents of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology, List of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology people, List of University of Melbourne people, McMillans Bridge, Melbourne School of Engineering, Pitfield Bridge, RMIT Melbourne City campus, Royal Parade, Melbourne, Royal Society of Victoria, Victorian Institute of Engineers, Wallaby Club, William Thwaites (engineer), 1845 in Australia, 1909 in Australia.
Alexander John Robertson (4 January 1887 – 6 August 1915), a geologist and mining engineer, was an Australian rules footballer who played for the University Football Club in the Victorian Football League (VFL) in 1910.
The Brennan torpedo was a torpedo patented by Irish-born Australian inventor Louis Brennan in 1877.
The British Astronomical Association (BAA) was formed in 1890 as a national body to support the UK's amateur astronomers.
Charles Anthony Corbett Wilson (1827–1923) was an important figure in the history of engineering and bridge building in Victoria, Australia.
Major General Sir Clive Selwyn Steele, (30 September 1892 – 5 August 1955) was an engineer and a senior officer of the Australian Army who served in both the First and Second World Wars.
Cycling in Melbourne, the capital city of Victoria, Australia is enhanced by the city's relatively flat topography and generally mild climate.
The history of broadcasting in Australia has been shaped for over a century by the problem of communication across long distances, coupled with a strong base in a wealthy society with a deep taste for aural communications in a silent landscape.
Kernot is a surname.
Lawrence Percival Coombes (9 April 1899 – 3 June 1988) was a British aeronautical engineer who served as the first Chief Superintendent of the Australian Aeronautical Research Laboratories from 1938 until 1964.
Sir Leslie Harold Martin, (21 December 1900 – 1 February 1983) was an Australian physicist.
Sir Lindesay Clark (7 January 18963 January 1986) was a renowned Australian mining engineer and company director.
This is a list of Chancellors, Vice-Chancellors and Presidents of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT).
This is a list of Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology people.
This is a list of University of Melbourne people, including alumni and staff.
McMillans Bridge, is a riveted wrought iron open web truss bridge, located over the Woady Yaloak River on the Rokewood-Skipton Road between Rokewood and Werneth on a historical route between Geelong and the 1850s goldfields at Ararat and Streatham.
The Melbourne School of Engineering at the University of Melbourne is the oldest engineering faculty in Australia.
Pitfield Bridge, is a riveted wrought iron, Warren truss road bridge, located over the Woady Yaloak Creek on the Rokewood-Skipton Road near Pitfield in Victoria, Australia.
The Melbourne City campus of the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT University) is located in the city centre of Melbourne in Victoria, Australia.
Royal Parade is a major urban road in Victoria, Australia, linking Melbourne City to Brunswick and the northern suburbs.
The Royal Society of Victoria (RSV) is the oldest learned society in the state of Victoria in Australia.
The Victorian Institute of Engineers (VIE) was founded in 1883 in Melbourne, Victoria Australia.
The Wallaby Club is a private walking club in Melbourne, Australia, which was established in 1894.
William Thwaites (1853–1907) was a civil engineer working in Melbourne, Australia in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.
The following lists events that happened during 1845 in Australia.
The following lists events that happened during 1909 in the Commonwealth of Australia.