Scitech is world-renowned for the design, development and construction of engaging and interactive science exhibitions. We have 29 years' experience in creating travelling exhibitions, all of which are tested on the West Australian market via a six month season at Scitech before becoming available to rent.
Scitech exhibitions cover a range of timeless science and technology topics, have a broad appeal and communicate effectively beyond cultural differences. Our displays come with full technical support and are a cost effective alternative to building and installing custom-made displays. They are durable, highly interactive and can cater to local venue needs.
Contracts for hiring Scitech exhibitions are negotiated with host venues on an individual basis to ensure all your requirements are fulfilled. We can assist in determining the best layout for the exhibition in the agreed space and can also design a suitable exhibition floor plan where necessary.
Exhibitions are installed, tested and approved by our technical and engineering staff, who ensure that they are ready to open on time and in perfect working order. Host venue staff are trained to carry out regular general checks and maintenance to keep the exhibition in excellent condition during its season.
Scitech exhibitions also come with a package of support resources including marketing and education materials.
For more information, visit the exhibition pages above, or contact:
Jason Poletti - Acting Manager, Exhibitions and Operations
Phone: +61 8 9215 0772
Mobile: +61 417 969 466
Scitech is a member of the following collectives which facilitate and support the sharing, hire and purchase of science centre and museum content:
Asia Pacific Network of Science and Technology Centres (ASPAC)
Australasian Science and Technology Exhibitors Networks (ASTEN)
Network of Australasian Museum Exhibitors (NAME)
Council of Australasian Museum Directors (CAMD)
Association of Science and Technology Centers (ASTC)
European Network of Science Centres and Museums (Ecsite
Australasian Planetarium Society (APS)