Welcome to J L Kilby

Provider of quality project engineering services to local councils and private consultants across Australia.

Established between Walgett and Brewarrina in north west NSW, we are able to provide civil engineering services and project management resources for your business operations - where ever that may be...

Operating from Walgett to Western Australia, from Bourke to Sydney Harbour - J L Kilby is a dynamic and innovative enterprise offering reliable project engineering services.

We have a strong focus on improving infrastructure and creating cooperative partnerships between clients and contractors. We enjoy developing solutions that meet the needs of the community, the budgets of clients and promote the sharing of ideas and technology. J L Kilby aims to deliver projects that exceed expectations and add value to the community.

For more information or to talk about your next engineered solution, feel free to contact us.


Walgett Laundromat

J L Kilby has been engaged by Murdi Paaki to manage the conversion of a vacant rural store to a commercial laundromat and public coin laundry.

Barwon Electorate Road Project

Portfolio 89 strategic road projects from the 13 Councils of the Barwon Electorate for funding.

Goodooga Community Hall and CYSS Training Rooms

Refurbishment of the Goodooga Community Hall, CYSS Training rooms and toilet block.

Goodooga Bowling Green

J L Kilby has been engaged by Murdi Paaki to manage the refurbishment of the Goodooga Bowling Green.

Supermarket and Fuel Depot

J L Kilby is researching the feasibility of refurbishing the Goodooga Superkmarket and establishment of a Fuel Depot.

Grain Loading Facilities

J L Kilby is undertaking concept planning research for grain handling facilities.

Buidling Regional Cities Funding

J L Kilby was contracted by Dubbo City Council to assemble the application for the Building Better Regional Cities program.

World Engineers Convention 2011

In September 2011 Jillian travelled to Geneva to work with young engineers on sustainable solutions for daily life in urban regions.


12/10/2011 Engineering a Success in the Bush for Kilby
Civil Engineer Jillian Kilby from Walgett in country NSW. Source: The Australian
04/05/2011 Transfer of Ownership of Goodooga Hall
A historic agreement with the Commonwealth Government, which effectively transfers ownership of the Goodooga Memorial and CYSS Halls to the Department of Families, Housing, Community Services and Indigenous Affairs’ (FaHCSIA) Indigenous Economic Development Unit, (IEUD).
28/11/2010 National Young Engineer of the Year
Snowy Hyrdo National Young Professional Engineer of the Year Awarded to Sydney Division Representative - Jillian Kilby.
04/11/2010 2010 Young Engineers Gala Dinner
The 2010 Young Engineers Gala Dinner is a night to recognise and celebrate the achievements of young engineers from around Sydney and NSW. The Gala Dinner was help on Thursday November 4 2010 at Cockle Bay, NSW.
30/10/2010 Bridging the Divide
Taking on the blokey world of engineering is no easy ask for a young woman but as JEN COWLEY found, Jillian Kilby, is doing just that - with style, substance and a liberal dose of good old fashioned country commonsense.
29/10/2010 Alumni of the Year
Both of this year's Faculty of Engineering and Information Technologies alumni of the year - have a strong entrepreneurial bent.
16/10/2010 Brewarrina to Bunbury for Better Roads
The ALGA Roads and Transport Congress was held in Bunbury with Brewarrina Shire Council attending to investigate road planning and new road industry initiatives across Australia.
20/09/2010 2010 Young Professional Engineer Announced
Jillian Kilby was announced as the 2010 Young Professional Engineer of the Year for Engineers Australia Sydney Division on the 17th of September at the Engineering Excellence Awards.
18/08/2010 Project Flowing: Brewarrina WaterFIRST Report
Work has commenced at Brewarrina Shire Council to prepare a Conservation Action Plan for Water.
01/08/2010 Riding the Spirit: Coonamble Rodeo Arena
This exciting new project is gaining momentum as Engineers volunteer their time for the benefit of the Coonamble community.