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Western Australia


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Tele : (08) 9260 3701

Fax : (08) 9470 4912


PO Box 301,

Victoria Park WA 6979


Suite 4, 342 Albany Highway,

Victoria Park WA 6100


Branch Forums

ACS members in Western Australia are invited to monthly forums on a diverse range of topics, as well as recognised and accredited professional development sessions. For more information and to find out what's on this month, check the upcoming events page.


The ACS Mentoring Program will improve career development opportunities for members who are looking for career guidance in the ICT industry by matching them with leading industry veterans in a structured support program. Together, mentors and mentees set goals and work through a planned approach. After six months in the program, a mentee will be well placed to understand professional and leadership requirements typical in ICT today.


Meeting Room

The WA Branch has a meeting room suited to small gatherings and SIGs of up to 20 members. It is available free of charge to members and affiliated organisations, and is conveniently located in Victoria Park with ample free parking. Contact the office on (08) 9260 3701 or e-mail to enquire about availability or to make a booking.

The ACS WA 1962 Prize

This prestigious prize is annually awarded to an individual Computing/Information Systems student in Western Australia. The prize awards recognition of student excellence in ICT and a $1,000.00 cash prize. To learn more and apply, please click HERE.

The ACS WA 1962 Prize


This prestigious prize is annually awarded to an individual Computing/Information Systems student in Western Australia. The prize celebrates the year in which the first digital computer was installed in Western Australia and is sponsored by Dennis Moore. 

Apart from recognition as the most able student in the field in Western Australia, the prize includes cash of $1,000.00.


WA university students who have completed undergraduate studies (including Honours) in a course with a substantial component of Computing/Information Technology (as represented by the ACS Core Body of Knowledge).


  • Universities to nominate final-year undergraduate students to apply
  • Students may apply directly
  • Selection will be based on an applicant’s student record, their achievements and potential
  • From the finalists, the overall “winner” will be selected and The 1962 Prize will be presented at the Dennis Moore Distinguished Oration Dinner held in the second half of each year.

The closing date for submissions is TBC

How to Apply:

Please email Alexandra Mollo at with a 500 word brief outlining the applicant’s strengths, areas of interest, academic studies, past achievements, related work experience (if any), ambitions and desired career path. (Required)

Applicants must attach a copy of their Academic Transcript to the above and include full name, mobile number, university, course and email address.


Ms Sarah Newland AACS

WA State Manager

Ms Alexandra Mollo AACS

WA Events Coordinator

Branch Executives

Mr Tony Errington FACS CP

Branch Chair

Mr David Cook FACS CP

Immediate Past Branch Chair

Ms Michelle Sandford MACS (Snr) CP

Vice Chair

Mr George Coldham MACS CP

Vice Chair

Mr Jim Owens FACS CP

Honorary Secretary

Dr John O'Sullivan FACS CP

Honorary Treasurer

Mr Arnold Wong FACS CP

BEC Member

Mr Brett Killen MACS CP

BEC Member

Mrs Anle-Marne Pretorius AACS

BEC Member

Mr Matt Moncrieff AACS

BEC Member

Ms Ming Johanson AACS

BEC Member

Mr Anthony Sciorilli AACS

BEC Member

Mr Eric Torres AACS

BEC Member

Dr Vivienne Conway MACS CP

BEC Member

Mr Denis Coldham MACS CP

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