Canberra’s iconic Science and Technology centre, Questacon, is visiting Queensland for the first time ever, inspiring children to release their inner mad scientists with the travelling exhibition, Fascinating Science.
The free exhibition, held exclusively at Westfield Garden City, will feature hands-on experiments, mathematical puzzle solving, human perception tests and physical phenomena presentations.
Questacon is one of Australia’s most popular tourist destinations, and was awarded silver in the National Tourist Attraction category at the National Tourism Awards last month.
Now one of Questacon’s most popular exhibitions, Fascinating Science, will provide fun and mystery for kids as they make their way through the interactive play stations and discover puzzling science facts and enjoy mathematical games.
A first-time event in Brisbane, Fascinating Science will provide hours of entertainment for kids of all ages, and is likely to be one of the most popular attractions in town these school holidays.
The exhibition is recommended for kids aged six and up; no bookings are required.
Questacon’s Fascinating Science, located on the upper level of Westfield Garden City (next to Emma and Roe), will run from 10am to 3pm every day from now until Tuesday 10 May.