Jump into a weekend of family fun entertainment with children’s educator and entertainer Ranger Stacey and a stellar cast of the smartest, funniest and cutest scientists ever assembled.
Griffith University’s premier STEM program, Science on the GO! will perform wondrous scientific experiments and mind-blowing demonstrations. Also featuring First Nations artist Tjupurru with his Didgeribone and Neridah Waters teaching you the science of happiness through dance, there will be loads of animal antics and other un-boring science stuff—all to the tune of kid’s rock band Red Rocket 3. This stupendous science show is built for families looking for a fun day out with a side serving of all things science!
Stacey Thomson, more affectionately known as Ranger Stacey is a television personality, presenter, MC, wildlife communicator, writer and producer. As a 1990s pin-up girl for the environment she has entertained,...View Profile
Science on the GO! is the STEM outreach provider at Griffith University. Science on the GO! aims to bring dynamic and engaging science shows, events, programs and teaching resources by...View Profile
Tjupurru is a proud descendant of the Djabera Djabera tribe of the West Australia Kimberleys. He moved to Cairns (North Queensland) where he first heard the didj music of Gondwanaland....View Profile
Red Rocket 3 is a crazy rock band for kids! 3 performers, one rocket and a heap of fun! Explore, Life, Music with Red Rocket 3!View Profile
Jason Jordan of Raptor Vision has been working with birds of prey for more than 17 years. He started working with birds in a bird show and eventually became the...View Profile
Neridah is a choreographer, performer and theatre maker. She has toured her work extensively in Australia and overseas. She has worked as an actor and choreographer for La Boîte Theatre,...View Profile
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Ignite your imagination in SparkLab, an interactive science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) space, ideal for 6 to 13 year olds.
In this activity, students use fractions to create scaled model planets.
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The Wild State Teacher Resource contains an overview of the gallery, key teaching points for each habitat, a glossary, curriculum links and exhibition floorplan.
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Prep – Year 12
Child (3-15 years) $15
Family (2 adults + 2 children) $70
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