Science Time: Colour & Light (Ticket Required)

Boy with coloured liquid and flower

In this topic we explore colours and light. From mixing colours to how light enables us to see the wonderfuly colourful world around us and discover how rainbows are made.

Have you thought about?

  • What are the primary and secondary colours?
  • What colour is light?
  • How are rainbows made?

WHEN AND WHERE

3-5

Learn About

  • Our wonderful world filled with colour!

For Educators

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Thursday 12 December, 2019

3-5
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

This topic explores things that fly, including flying animals and man-made flying machines, and investigates their similarities and differences.

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Join the Questacon Roadie for a musical experience like never before.  Rock on science!

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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Levers, pulleys and wheels. Find out how you can —  Move It!

Friday 13 December, 2019

3-5
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Blue Door Room: Gallery 5

This topic explores things that fly, including flying animals and man-made flying machines, and investigates their similarities and differences.

All Ages
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Location:

Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Join the Questacon Roadie for a musical experience like never before.  Rock on science!

All Ages
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Location:

Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

Levers, pulleys and wheels. Find out how you can —  Move It!

Saturday 14 December, 2019

All Ages
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

A fun and explosive show based upon the science of the amazing substance known as Liquid Nitrogen, one of the coldest substances known.

10+
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Japan Theatre: Main Foyer

From wheels to wifi we have embraced technology, how far could technology go? How far should technology go? What do you think?

Recommended for ages 8 and up