This fun daytime event with astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith transports curious kids and inquisitive adults on an incredible journey through the atmosphere and rockets them into the night sky.
In this show, explore our solar system, find out why the sky is blue, understand how rainbows are made and discover the link between shooting stars and astronaut poo!
When Lisa Harvey-Smith isn’t looking skyward, she is answering the smart questions of school kids. Her engaging storytelling in her children’s book “Under the Stars: Astrophysics for Bedtime” brings the night sky to life, giving amazing new perspectives to young explorers who are always asking, ‘Why?’
Lisa Harvey-Smith is an astrophysicist, author and the inaugural Australian Government’s Women in STEM Ambassador. She is responsible for increasing the participation of women and girls in STEM across the...View Profile
What you get
Lots of free stuff starting in the morning and into the night
Are you old enough
Yes! Its for all ages 0 – 100
Can I buy food?
Yes choose from one of our many food outlets or pack a picnic lunch. We will also have water stations available to refill your bottles
This is an outdoor event and the World Science Festival Brisbane ensures that its venues are as physically accessible as possible. The precinct is relatively flat with a mix of grass and paved surfaces. To discuss your access requirements and to book any access services for performances, please call the World Science Festival Brisbane 07 3840 9103.
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Free, Non Ticketed
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