Essential partnerships: Energex Limited

Partnership continues giving to Queensland Community

Queensland Museum Network and its longstanding partner Energex Limited have announced new partnership initiatives to support the creation of two additional public spaces at Queensland Museum over the next four years – the Queensland Remembers gallery and the Nucleus play space.

Energex has made the first significant contribution towards the Queensland Remembers gallery, a space that explores World War One in Queensland and will become the permanent home for one of the world’s most significant war relics – the A7V Sturmpanzerwagen armoured assault vehicle, Mephisto.

The Queensland Government has already pledged $7.6 million towards this project, and the remainder will be raised through community contributions, corporate donations and industry support. Energex is the first corporate supporter of this landmark development, scheduled to open in late 2018 and is a vital component of this important project.

The continuing partnership between the Museum and Energex will also see a new children’s play space at Queensland Museum.

Nucleus will be a new focal point for families at the museum where they can explore, discover and learn through play, burn off energy or rest and refuel before embarking on their next adventure at the museum.

Whether looking for a place to reflect, a place to learn or a place to play, visitors to Queensland Museum will enjoy and appreciate these iconic spaces for many years to come.