Warman-Weir Engineering Competition

Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 September,

All day 10-3:30

Powerhouse Museum, Harris St, Ultimo , Sydney

Free with Museum entry


The Powerhouse and Engineers Australia, present the 21st National Warman Student Design-and-Build Competition, sponsored by Weir Minerals. This university competition pits teams of undergraduate mechanical engineering students from across Australia and New Zealand against an environmental dilemma on the fictional planet of Gondwana.


 This years final will run in the Powerhouse Museum's Turbine Hall with robots competing for the International trophy. This is a very exciting competition of active and interested young engineers, using cutting-edge technology


Museum Visitors can watch the competitors set up and practice their runs in the PLC all day Saturday,

and see the final competition Sunday from 10am to 3.30pm in the Turbine hall, free with museum entry.


If you want to see what they look like check out last years competition videos at"


Allan Kreuiter
Education Officer,Powerhouse Museum,
61 2 92170122
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