Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre is excited to bring the Questacon Science Circus to Northern Tasmania. The Science Circus is travelling down from the North Island over February and March, to deliver science shows to local schools and bring our Pop-Up Science Centre, bursting with free and spectacular science experiences for the whole community!
The Science Circus Pop-Up Science Centre will be filled with over 30 hands-on science exhibits and unforgettable science shows running regularly throughout the day. You can freeze your shadow, test your reflexes, see how fast you can really throw and even explore angular momentum by spinning yourself silly. It’s a great opportunity for people of all ages and backgrounds to share, discover and engage with science together.
Questacon Science Circus Pop-Up Science Centre locations and times:
- Burnie | Sunday 19 February, 10 am - 3 pm
- Devonport | Saturday 25 February, 10 am - 3 pm
- Launceston | Saturday 4 March, 10 am - 3 pm
- St Helens | Tuesday 7 March, 4 pm - 7 pm
Tickets are free, however pre-booking is essential via Ticketek: bit.ly/QSC-TASSIE23
“Science and technology play a huge part in our daily lives and the Pop-Up Science Centre offers the whole community an opportunity to get hands-on and explore science for themselves,” said Science Circus presenter Leisha Duncan.
The Questacon Science Circus is a proud initiative of Questacon – The National Science and Technology Centre and Founding Partner The Australian National University. Since 1985, the Science Circus has inspired nearly 3 million people with interactive science shows with over 700 visits to towns and communities, including 110 remote Indigenous communities.