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What's On

Wednesday

  • QTLC Holiday Workshop: for ages 10 to 15 years

    What can you construct with the power stored in a little spring?

    QTLC logo
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    Mutty the Muttaburrasaur looks to the skies and wishes he could fly. In this adventure he has to save Chomper, his little brother from the Raptors with the help of his friends.

    A green and a red puppet dionsaurs
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    The BOC Liquid Nitrogen Show.

    The earth has been invaded by the planet Fwah. Definitely our coolest show! 

    A man dressed in brightly coloured clothes.
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    Join us for a graphic look at the science of mummification. This is not one for the squeamish.

    A woman looking up and smiling.
  • Find out how we perceive the world around us. Is your brain playing tricks on you?

    A man smiling and holding two over sized model nuts through his left arm.

Thursday

  • QTLC Holiday Workshop: for ages 10 to 15 years old

    Can you use conductible thread to sew electronics into a fabric storyboard?

    Logo: Questacon
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    The explosive science of the liquid of life—water and the Murray-Darling Basin.

    coloured drawing of a large fish.
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    Mutty the Muttaburrasaur looks to the skies and wishes he could fly. In this adventure he has to save Chomper, his little brother from the Raptors with the help of his friends.

    A green and a red puppet dionsaurs
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    How does that huge jumbo jet take off and fly?

    A woman an air hostess uniform is holding a yellow and red paper aeroplanes.
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    Our universe is incredible—but just how do we explore it?

    An astronaut in space.

Friday

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    How does that huge jumbo jet take off and fly?

    A woman an air hostess uniform is holding a yellow and red paper aeroplanes.
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    No matter how inhospitable the environment, there is something that lives and thrives there.

    A man wearing a black shirt is pointing and sanding in front of a blue screen that has a bluprint of a bug on it.
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    Do you see what I see?

    A man painting colour patterns on a white surface.
  • All you’ve ever wanted to know about dinosaurs. New theories, old myths debunked, exciting new fossils uncovered.

    A woman with orange hair and black glasses making a funny face.

Saturday

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    A fun and explosive show based upon the science of the amazing substance known as Liquid Nitrogen, one of the coldest substances known.

    A man wearing safety glasses and a brightly coloured shirt, standing beside a white cloud of gas.
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    Our universe is incredible—but just how do we explore it?

    An astronaut in space.
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    Do yourself a flavour. Hang with your buds in this exploration of taste.

    A man dressed as a chef holding a mixing bowl in one hand, an egg beater in the other, and poking his tougue out, which is coloured blue.
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    Answer the call of the wild and compete in the ultimate game of survival.

    A man point into the air, with a large screen of dinosaurs behind him.

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VISITING

King Edward Terrace,
Canberra ACT 2600

Open daily 9.00 am - 5.00 pm
(Closed 25 December)

ADMISSIONS

  • Adult$23
  • Concession$17.50
  • Child (4 - 16 years)$17.50
  • Child (Under 4 years)FREE
  • Family (2 Adults + 3 Children)$70
  • MembersUnlimited
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