About City of Science
In 2020, discover something new at the all new City of Science (formerly known as Street Science!). Taking over Brisbane’s Cultural Precinct, City of Science will wind from Queensland Museum, along the Brisbane River and up to the Osmosis Stage located at Maiwar Green outside of QAGOMA.
Explore from 26 – 29 March
Extending to 4 days, enjoy free activities and demonstrations from a variety of engaging activity providers. Discover magnificent marine life, fascinating physics, new technologies and eco-art workshops. The fun continues into Friday and Saturday evening with entertainment around the Queensland Museum precinct.
The Osmosis Stage
The Osmosis Stage hosts a variety of free family friendly activities on Saturday 28 – Sunday 29 March. From the funky beets of Formidable Vegetable to asking the big questions about space with Astrophysicist Lisa Harvey-Smith, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Located on the Maiwar Green outside of QAGOMA, explore the incredible artworks along the cultural precinct before enjoying a show or two with the kids.
The festival hosts a variety free workshops about science and technology. Can a car really drive itself? Find out at Autonomous Vehicles in our Cities! Or, what can we do now to help build a carbon neutral future? Participants will find out at Sustainability in Our Cities. Each workshop is a great way for teens to engage in relevant topics about science and technology! Find these ticketed workshops at The Edge outside of the State Library of Queensland.