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Museum of Tropical Queensland, Townsville, QLD
Natural Curiosity: Discovering the Secrets of Queensland's Greatest Collections

We are all curious about the natural world. We are intrigued by how things began, what they are like now and how they will be in the future. Venture across land and sea, over millions of years through Queensland’s State Collection to learn how researchers today work with the past to predict the future.

April 26 2019 - September 20 2019

The Navigators

Jervis Bay Maritime Museum, Huskisson, NSW

This Exhibition explores the Navigators who have shaped our world. Explore the people, the technology and the events over four centuries and see how exploration of space still utilises some of the same concepts.

May 24 2019 - November 3 2019

HEDONISM at MOD. Exhibition

MOD. at UniSA, Adelaide, SA
HEDONISM at MOD. Exhibition

In its third exhibition, MOD. is exploring HEDONISM. We are talking about things we can do to excess that make us feel good for a lifetime, not just for a weekend.

July 6 2019 - November 10 2019

Planet Shark: Predator or Prey

WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle, WA
Planet Shark: Predator or Prey

Leave the outside world behind as you immerse yourself in the incredible underwater world of sharks! Whether sharks fill you with fear or fascination, this exhibition will have you captivated from start to finish. Don’t miss out on this unique experience for young and old alike.

August 1 2019 - October 7 2019

Molecule

Royal Adelaide Hospital - Emerging Artist Galleries, Adelaide, SA

'Molecule' is a visual art exhibition showcasing a series of artworks by Tutti Artist Charlie Taplin. His latest works are an exploration of microscopic inspired imagery and have a particular focus on medical themes.

August 9 2019 - October 13 2019

Stories and Structures – New Connections

Museum of Geraldton, Geraldton, WA
Stories and Structures – New Connections

This exhibition explores images that pass on knowledge and shape our understanding of the world. It brings together Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art and the microscopic structures hidden in the natural world. Prepare to be amazed!

Elizabeth College, Hobart, TAS

Science activities and workshops facilitated by Elizabeth College students; with "Paper Pilots" Flight school focusing on STEM aspects of flight as a new inclusion, with an external presenter. These activities provide science engagement for facilitators, primary students, parents and teachers.

The Duke of Brunswick, Adelaide, SA
"We Survived National Science Week" Celebrations!

Join the National Science Week SA Coordinating Committee and the SA branch of the Australian Science Communicators as we review the highlights of National Science Week. An ideal networking opportunity for everyone involved in communicating science.

September 19 2019 - October 10 2019

Walrus of Peace

Dudley House, Bendigo, VIC
Walrus of Peace

Walrus of Peace investigates a non-toxic, environmentally friendly, recyclable, alternative set of materials for temporary street art installations.

Sydney Mechanics School of Arts, Sydney, NSW
Anne Harbers: Electricity, Astronomy and Natural History

Anne Harbers discusses the drive to seek scientific knowledge shared by Fanny Macleay in colonial Sydney, Dutch Golden Age painter Rachel Ruysch and Queen Lovisa Ulrika of Sweden and the first women's academy of science, The Ladies Society of Natural Sciences in Holland.

Competitions & online activities

  • Create It Comp

    If anything is possible and you had unlimited time, money, help, and skill, what would you engineer? Draw or make your creation, then share it with us...

  • yourMelbourne

    Win one of four $5000 educational grants to fund your future, and a 6-month family loan of a BMW or MINI plug-in hybrid. Tell us how you imagine Melbourne...

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Create It Comp

If anything is possible and you had unlimited time, money, help, and skill, what would you engineer? Draw or make your creation, then share it with us for the chance to win an iPad Pro and Apple Pencil. Entries close 30 Sept.

yourMelbourne

Win one of four $5000 educational grants to fund your future, and a 6-month family loan of a BMW or MINI plug-in hybrid. Tell us how you imagine Melbourne is in 2040, and how you’d improve its city design, transport infrastructure sustainable mobility or transport technology.

Waterbug Blitz Workshops across Australia!

Calling on all citizen scientists to participate in a Waterbug Blitz workshop to learn how to collect and identify waterbugs and use the Waterbug App. Australia’s first nationwide waterway monitoring event, find a workshop near you.

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