Immerse yourself in a captivating fusion of education and entertainment as you explore our state-of-the-art exhibits, interactive displays, and hands-on experiences. The Power Up Museum is dedicated to fostering a love for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), inspiring curious minds to unlock their full potential and embrace the wonders of the modern world.
The Power Up Electricity Museum delivers an immersive learning experience that the whole family can enjoy. Exploring the development and impact of electricity in Western Australia, you’ll discover stimulating displays and people-powered activities that spark everyone’s curiosity. From the first light bulb to the future of solar energy, you’ll be switched on at Power Up.
The museum is the new re-imagined home of the former World of Energy collection and features some of Western Australia’s first generating sets, examples of early electric vehicles and a range of early electrical domestic appliances.
Plan your visit to the Power Up Museum today and let your curiosity ignite. Unleash your inner scientist, engineer, or inventor as you delve into the wonders of our ever-evolving world. Together, let’s power up our imaginations, explore new frontiers, and embrace the limitless potential of science and technology.
In a building shared by the Manjimup Visitor Centre and Park Café, it’s the perfect place to stop, discover something new and begin your Southern Forests adventure. Or step out to the Manjimup Heritage Park also located within the grounds.
Power Up is fully accessible by wheelchair.
Power Up is fitted with a hearing loop system. For those with difficulty hearing a device can be hired for free that can either integrate into personal hearing aids or to a handheld speaker to better assist with hearing in the museum.
The Manjimup Visitor Centre and Manjimup Heritage Park are dedicated to ensuring that all visitors have an enjoyable experience at the Park and Museums. If you need any assistance during your visit, please ask our friendly staff.
The Shire of Manjimup’s Community Services team are often able to provide access support for visitors. For more information on the Museum and Parks accessibility or for any special requests please contact the Community Services team on 9771 7777.
For visitors on the autism spectrum
Before entering the museum there is a large foyer with seating and access to toilets. Upon entering the museum there is a dark space with feature lighting and changing visuals. Occasional noise and light changes may be overwhelming to a particularly sensitive visitor, however there are more open spaces as you walk through the exhibition where there are less changes in audio and visuals.
There is a children’s area, Bright Sparks, in the corner of the exhibition that provides reading nooks for children (and their parents/guardians) to escape, along with a supply or books and games.
Outside the museum is a large grassed area and playground. Visitors are welcome to leave the museum if they need a break and come back when they are ready to explore some more that day.
The museum offers child size noise cancelling headphones upon request at reception. These are available to borrow, free of charge.
Includes complimentary entry into the State Timber Museum.
$14.00 – Adults
$8.00 – Concession/Child (aged 5-18)
Free – Child (aged 0-4)
$30.00 – Family/Mini Group (Includes 2 adults + 3 children, or 1 adult + 4 children)
Membership includes initial entry and 12 months entry (non-transferable).
$21.00 – Adults
$12.00 – Child
Free entry is available for carers when a Companion Card is shown when purchasing tickets.
Tickets are available at the Manjimup Visitor Centre.
For School Tours or Group Booking please contact the Shire of Manjimup’s Community Services team on 9771 7777.