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June 29 2017 - August 26 2017

St. Clare’s Science Fair

St Clare's College, Griffith, ACT

St. Clare's will be hosting it's first large scale science fair which will involve all Year 7's. Students will be developing and testing their hypothesis and producing a science fair project for the SEAACT Science Fair.

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW

The Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum is the home of the internationally renowned Somerville Collection. Highlights of Warren Somerville’s remarkable collection include a T.rex skeleton, dinosaur eggs and fossils from most stages of life on Earth as spectacular minerals from around the world.

July 20 2017 - August 25 2017

Parkinson’s Scientific Art

Lionel Bowen Library, Maroubra, NSW

Parkinson’s Scientific Art is a collection of scientific images from scientists and clinicians in working towards understanding the complexity of the disease and finding better treatments. This exhibition is a celebration of the scientific developments in research in Parkinson’s disease.

July 21 2017 - August 25 2017

Sustainable Stand Up – Science Style

Research School of Physics and Engineering, Acton, ACT

An innovative science communication workshop cleverly disguised at a stand up comedy class. Four live online classes (starting July 21), two in-person workshops, and then a show. Gain confidence and skill in presenting to any audience, including young people, professionals, industry or policy.

July 22 2017 - September 17 2017

Dream Machines

Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, Gymea, NSW

DREAM MACHINES is a contemporary art exhibition that audiences can engage and interact with. It brings brings together five artists and collaboratives who are modern day Da Vinci’s They are simultaneously artist, scientist, engineer, thinker and inventor.

July 25 2017 - October 5 2017

BLOOD: Attract & Repel

The University of Melbourne, Parkville, VIC

The alluring mystery of blood has fascinated scientists and artists for centuries. From biological fluid to artistic medium, Blood: Attract & Repel is a powerful collision of arts and science that will take you on a journey of scientific discovery, social taboo and self-identity.

July 28 2017 - September 10 2017

2017 Astrofest Astrophotography Exhibition

WA Museum – Geraldton, Geraldton, WA

The 2017 Astrofest Astrophotography Exhibition showcases the accomplishments of 23 talented Western Australian astro-imagers who have recorded stunning astronomical landscape images in locations throughout Western Australia and beyond.

July 29 2017 - September 3 2017

Tiny Worlds

Queensland Museum, Whale Mall, South Brisbane, QLD

Sometimes it’s the little things that make all the difference. Tiny Worlds is a special collection of microscopy images and biomedical illustrations from QIMR Berghofer Medical Research Institute that invite you to see the most hidden parts of the body under the microscope.

City Library, Adelaide, SA

The Adelaide City Library Innovation Lab is home to the latest in smart technologies. Learn, explore and create with cutting edge equipment including 3D printers, 3D doodlers, virtual reality and robots. For program bookings, days and times please check the Adelaide City Libraries website.

August 1 2017 - December 1 2017

Space Rocks – Bringing the Universe Down to Earth

Australian Fossil and Mineral Museum, Bathurst, NSW

An exhibition of meteorites and astrophotography by Ray Pickard of the Bathurst Observatory.

Competitions & online activities

  • Tooth Fairy Project 2 NDK

    Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send...

  • CSI activities to do at home

    Looking for at home science activities? Check out our CSI videos for inspiration! Learn about fuming fingerprints, spatter patterns, ink chromatography,...

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Families can register to monitor their oral health and compare with any post code, state or national averages for any age group. Parents can also send the baby molar teeth that fall out from children to the Tooth Fairy for examination at the Australian Synchrotron.


Looking for at home science activities? Check out our CSI videos for inspiration! Learn about fuming fingerprints, spatter patterns, ink chromatography, DNA extraction and more, using materials and ingredients from around your house. All activities take around 30 minutes to do!

The AFP Forensic Science Challenge is open to all ACT Secondary Students and is free to participate. This is your chance to win great prizes, including a Canine Experience*, while having fun! Students are challenged to solve a 1967 bank heist by examining fingerprints, DNA profiles, shoe marks, and more!

The Constable Kenny Koala STEM colouring-in competition is open to all Primary School students and is free to participate. This is your chance to win great prizes while having fun! Choose your colouring-in page and show off your creative talents!


Our fun and friendly Young Tassie Scientists are volunteer, early-career researchers who travel across Tasmania during August in celebration of National Science Week. Appearing at local community Science Fairs and schools statewide - come chat, ask questions and find out what scientists really do!


From drama to documentaries, animations or epic natural history, at Australia's Science Channel we're passionate about the power of the moving image to tell stories about the world, how it works, and our place in it. You can register now for free to host your own screening of the best of SCINEMA.

Your classroom or venue for a virtual tour

Tour a working research vessel from the comfort of your own classroom! Our Education officer and Science party will show you around the ship and answer all your questions during a one hour session broadcast live from the Tasman Sea.


The Pantry Blitz is a unique citizen science activity to learn more about the insects we share our homes with and how everyone can help protect our food, environment and livelihoods from damage caused by household pests.


The Sound of Science is a daily science show broadcast on the Community Radio Network, featuring luminary scientists and nobel prize winners, exploring practical discoveries of science and frontiers of human understanding, with a focus on Australia's role in the expansion of humankind's knowledge.


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