World Science Festival Brisbane is returning 22-26 March 2023, featuring Curiocity Brisbane from 22 March – 2 April 2023. Get ready for an all new celebration of science.

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Getting to Queensland Museum

The following information is to assist you in getting to and from Queensland Museum and the Cultural Precinct. Should you require information on travelling on public transport to and from others venues call TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.

  • Bus

    If catching a bus to Queensland Museum the closest bus stop is Cultural Centre Busway Station. For more information on travelling via bus call TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.

  • Train

    If catching a train to Queensland Museum the closest station is South Brisbane Station, opposite QPAC on Grey Street. For more information on travelling via train call TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.

  • City Cat/Ferry

    If travelling to Queensland Museum via citycat or ferry the closest terminal is South Bank Ferry Terminal in South Bank Parklands. For more information on travelling via citycat/ferry call TransLink on 13 12 30 or visit TransLink.

  • Road closures

    From mid-July 2022 until 2024, road directions and access around the Cultural Centre will change.

    Access to the Museum and Art Gallery car park (P2) from the south will be via Montague Road and proceeding through Stanley Place. Access from the north will remain unchanged with turning left after the William Jolly Bridge. Reduced speed limits will apply in these areas. We recommend familiarising yourself with the changes to help plan your visit.

    The Cultural Centre bus stop and South Brisbane train station will continue to operate with directional signage for pedestrians.

    Learn more about work around the Queensland Cultural Centre or download the area map.

  • Taxi/Ride Share

    Taxi/ride share set-down and pick-up areas are on either the Grey Street side of QPAC or Stanley Place outside of State Library of Queensland.

  • Parking

    Car parking is available throughout the Cultural Precinct at:

    • Art Gallery/Museum Carpark: enter from Stanley Place
    • State Library of Queensland Carpark: enter from Stanley Place
    • Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre: enter from Merivale Street or Grey Street
    • South Bank Parklands Carpark: enter from Tribune or Glenelg Street.

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Get Tickets

This website is the only authorised channel to sell World Science Festival Brisbane tickets – you are encouraged to purchase your tickets online to avoid queues. Read the terms and conditions.

  • QTIX Ticket Sales

    QTIX is the official ticketing service for World Science Festival Brisbane.

    Phone: 136 246

    +61 7 3842 9505 AEST (Outside Australia)
    Email: [email protected]

  • The Safest Way to Buy

    QTIX is the official ticketing service for World Science Festival Brisbane.

    Any tickets purchased through unauthorised sales channels may be seized or cancelled without refund or exchange and the bearer of the ticket may be denied admission. Unauthorised sales channels include Viagogo, eBay and Gumtree. For more information, visit the QTIX page on The Facts About Purchasing Tickets Online.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Got a question? Find out the most frequently asked questions here. If you have a question that hasn’t been answered, contact our friendly team.

  • What are the dates of WSFB 2023?

    World Science Festival Brisbane is returning 22-26 March 2023, featuring Curiocity Brisbane from 22 March – 2 April 2023.

    Stay up to date with the latest news, program announcements and more by subscribing to our e-newsletter, like us on Facebook, and Instagram, and follow us on Twitter for updates.

    To stay up to date with the latest news, program announcements and more subscribe to our email newsletter at the bottom of the page, like us on FacebookInstagram and follow us on Twitter.

  • What are the dates of World Science Festival Queensland 2022?

    World Science Festival Queensland 

    Townsville
    13 – 14 May 2022
    School Holiday Program: June/July 2022 

    Gladstone
    17 – 18 June 2022 

    Chinchilla
    22 – 23 July 2022 

    Ipswich
    9 – 10 September 2022
    School Holiday Program: September 2022 

    Toowoomba
    9 – 10 October 2022
    School Holiday Program: April 2022 

    To stay up to date subscribe to our email newsletter at the bottom of the page, like us on FacebookInstagram and follow us on Twitter.

  • Where can I get a WSFB program?

    Printed programs will be available at many major information centres and libraries around Brisbane following the program announcement. You will also be able to download a PDF of the program from our website.

  • Is WSFB free?

    Each year World Science Festival Brisbane programs a diverse range of events and activities ensuring there is something for everyone – this includes some paid events and many free activities!

  • Can I volunteer for WSFB?

    Each year volunteers are integral to the success of World Science Festival Brisbane. Subscribe to the e-newsletter at the bottom of this page to be the first to know about future volunteering opportunities.

  • I’d like to become a partner of WSFB

    Like any complex chemical compound, World Science Festival Brisbane is a carefully curated combination of elements. Partnerships feature predominantly in these equations.

    We are serious about partnerships and dedicated to developing genuine relationships based on shared vision, clearly articulated outcomes and a measurable, mutually rewarding impact in STEM.

    If you are serious about partnerships and want to take a leadership role in STEM engagement, contact us on +61 (7) 3153 7841 or email [email protected] to discuss the opportunities available.

  • For more information

    For more information please call 07 3153 7816 or send us an email via [email protected].

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