What would you see if you had eight eyes? Would you get a better view of the world around you?
People of all ages will engage with science in extraordinary ways with over 200 hands-on exhibits in eight interactive galleries, as well as foyer and outdoor Science Garden experiences.
Feel the force of an earthquake, let lightning spark your imagination and wonder at the grandeur of the universe.
High energy, high impact and highly addictive. Immerse yourself in spectacular physical phenomena.
Meet Robo Q, be mesmerised by the Gravitram and pay a visit to the Q Shop.
Uncover the different aspects of invention, their place in the invention cycle and how they influenced the stories of several Australian inventors.
Discover how water shapes our world and how we use this precious resource.
Custom-built for little scientists, especially babies, toddlers, pre schoolers and school aged children up to 6 years old.
Look at the world differently with microscopes and high-speed, high definition slow-motion footage and live scientific demonstrations.
Enjoy photographic displays, art-science sculptures and hands-on exhibits.
The Science Garden features exhibits inspired by the natural elements of sun, wind, water and rock.
Explore colour, movement, light and sound. You can play music using light beams or try to escape the ever-watching gaze of an emu.