East Perth

The abandoned East Perth Power Station is one of Australia’s most significant industrial heritage buildings due to its unique assortment of machinery and equipment that covers the five different stages of power generation technology that took place in the 20th century.

Built between 1913 and 1916 by the Western Australian State Government, the power station was decommissioned and shut down in 1981.

Since 1993 there have been several plans to protect the site. All failed. In April 2020 the West Australian Government named the companies which will transform the former industrial site into a residential and commercial area. ONE

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    By: ONE Team

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