The Royal Australian Electrical and Mechanical Engineers (RAEME) Association Queensland Inc is a not for profit volunteer organisation, supporting the RAEME National Network by providing leadership to, and a focal point for, all RAEME affiliated Associations in Queensland, by promoting and recognising the corps and its achievements via independent memorial, celebratory, social, fundraising, sporting and other activities.

The goals of the Association are to:

  • Promote the Corps' identity and reputation in Queensland
  • Recognise and celebrate achievements of members of the Corps in Queensland
  • Provide a focal point for Corps activities in Queensland

The role of the RAEME is to ensure maximum operational availability of equipment to enable the commander to win the land battle. RAEME is a technical corps tasked with the maintenance of the Army's modern hardware and equipment. More on the Corps can be found at this link.

This site has been developed as a communication tool for RAEME members in Queensland. All attempts have been made to ensure the accuracy of the information supplied. If any errors or broken links are found, or if you have any item or article for inclusion on these pages, please contact the webmaster.

RAQ Subscriptions

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Meetings and Functions

As everyone knows, 2020 saw us change to an online only format to a number of Committee positions and members. Pleasingly we are confident of being able to hold physical meetings again.

We will confirm details prior to each meeting, however these will be back at the Kedron Wavell Services Club.

All function details are located on the Events page, with updates posted on the individual Event.

Membership & Online Shop

All web based activities will continue as normal, with online shop items purchased sent out via Australia Post. 

Please keep interacting with your Association with updates available via our website, weekly emails and through our ‘Contact Us’ page.


Operation Fiji Assist 20/21

Fiji Assist 20-21

Pictured Above: Australian Army soldiers from the 10th Force Support Battalion drive a LARC V onto the island of Galoa, near Vanua Levu, in Fiji to drop off supplies required to repair buildings affected by Cyclone Yasa

The Australian Army embarked forces from HMAS Adelaide have started work on the island of Galoa, near Vanua Levu, in Fiji. Engineers from the 6th Engineer Support Regiment have been working alongside the Republic of Fiji Military Force engineers to repair a school that was damaged by Tropical Cyclone Yasa.

On Thursday 24 December 20, over 600 Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel deployed on HMAS Adelaide for Fiji to assist with the Fiji Government’s disaster relief in response to Tropical Cyclone Yasa. ADF elements are working with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) to support the Republic of Fiji Military Forces (RFMF) to provide assistance to thousands of Fijians, including many from remote islands, whose homes, schools and other local infrastructure were damaged or destroyed by the category 5 cyclone

Image and Article courtesy of Defence