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The universe awaits you in an inflatable planetarium
Be at the Adelaide Convention Centre on Saturday, March 14 for this year's FREE SciWorld Family Science Day. The adventure commences at 10am and the journey continues until 5pm.
Experience a colourful world of science fun and excitement. Photo courtesy of Sciworld
You and the family will have an opportunity to stargaze in the inflatable planetarium. The universe holds many wonders and mysteries that excite people of all ages. It isn't often we get a chance to have a closer look and learn a little more from experts in the field. Be there Saturday, March 14 so you can experience deep space, and nature, and get busy with science experiments.
How will Mars look inside the inflatable planetarium. Photo courtesy of Sciworld
You can learn to program a rocket and enjoy hands-on science with SciWorld! Who hasn't been fascinated by advances that have developed so rapidly in the past 50 years? On Saturday you get to be the scientist, exploring facts and understanding the processes involved in rocket technology and the amazing world around you.
What in the world will you discover in the universe and in the realm of microscopic things. Photo courtesy of Sciworld
This exciting free family science day is being held to celebrate the opening of the Adelaide Convention Centre's expansion, from 10am-5pm. See science shows featuring liquid nitrogen and glowing chemical reactions.
Hands on fun for everyone - explore and be amazed. Photo courtesy of Sciworld
Get up close and personal with native animals. Help build a dinosaur and meet some amazing bugs and slugs. Tell all your friends and family. Enjoy the adventure. Walk in with your sense of curiosity. Leave with new knowledge and an uplifted spirit, having connected so many awesome parts of your Universe.
Outer space and technolgy meets the creatures of our natural environment. Photo courtesy of Sciworld