Power Up Electricity Museum

​​​​​​​​​The Power Up Electricity Museum located in the iconic Manjimup Heritage Park opened to the public on 14 December 2019.

The museum showcases the history of electricity in Western Australia from the 1800s - 1900s, through modern exhibitions, engaging displays and interactive building features, providing educational and interpretative experiences for all visitors.

Power Up serves not only to protect, but to interpret and promote local and national heritage and culture. Through excellence in design, state of the art interpretative content, contemporary curatorial practice and sound local involvement, the museum fosters the community's sense of cultural pride and aims to embed a sustainable energy ethos into locals and visitors to the region and importantly provide an education experience for children of all ages. 

Objects big and small are on display such as; early model electric kitchen appliances to original Bellis and Morcom Electricity Generator set once use at the Pemberton Saw Mill. 

Admission fees
Adults $14
Concession/Child (5-18 yrs) $8​
Child (0-4 yrs) Free
Family (2 adults + 3 children or 1 adult + 4 children) $30


​Image: Kate Ferguson

Page reviewed: 19 Dec 2019 11:49am