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World Of Energy

A good place for children and adults to visit, it has many interesting items there

Reviewed 17 January 2012
caycad
,
Perth
interesting

lots of fun, lots to see and do, great for younger kids, very interactive

Reviewed 22 December 2011
imetmytruelove
,
Bunbury, Australia
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17 May 2013
“This place has shut down”
14 Jan 2013
“No Luck!”
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History, science and technology come together in Fremantle's World of Energy. Tracing the development of electricity and gas in Western Australia, it gives visitors a variety of hands-on interactive exhibits and displays covering all aspects of the...more
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12 Parry St | Fremantle, Fremantle, Western Australia 6160, Australia
+61 8 9430 5655
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Reviewed 18 May 2013

They have been closed for more than a year now. They did not re-locate, they just closed down. Maybe try the maritime museum instead.

2  Thank dlzzzz
Reviewed 15 January 2013

This place has either moved or closed down. I visited 12 Parry Street Fremantle with my children this morning and world of energy isn't there. Anyone know of a new address?

5  Thank melissa w
Reviewed 29 November 2012

As a person that has made a career from the electrical industry, this place is the best. History abounds here with vintage generation and modern wind turbines. Check it out.

Thank Rob L
Reviewed 17 January 2012

A good place for children and adults to visit, it has many interesting items there

2  Thank caycad
Reviewed 22 December 2011

lots of fun, lots to see and do, great for younger kids, very interactive

Thank imetmytruelove
Reviewed 20 December 2011

Learn the History of Energy. Can do this while visiting Fremantle Do not need a tour for this.

Thank Blight01
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