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Science discovers superpowers of wildlife creatures
Science is the study of the natural world based on facts, which are learnt through experiments and observation. We do not realise how much we see in our daily lives that is stored in our brains for future use!
To end off the Sydney Science Festival, Science in the Swamp is bringing you a fun free family festival with lots of science displays, shows and activities on Sunday 18th August 2019. This event is in conjunction with the celebrations of National Science Week – 11 to 19 August 2019.
You all know how courageous, strong and amazing Batman, Spiderman, Wonder Woman or Cat Woman are; here at Science in the Swamp, you will learn about all the other native creatures with fantastic superpowers as well. Such powers as super sight, super hearing, super strength and camouflage are some of the capabilities you will discover in the Centennial Parklands. As well, the incredible roving Dinosaur will be present to show you some pre-historic fauna.
Come along dressed as your favourite superhero and enjoy the day. You are not required to register in advance for this event, however, if you do register in advance, you will have the opportunity to go into a draw to win one of three double passes to one of the WILD PLAY programs. When you register, follow the prompts to enter for a chance to win.
The Sydney Science Festival displays Sydney's diverse science and innovation community through a program of talks by world-leading researchers, exhibitions to see and hand-on workshops to take part in. Science is a fascinating subject and one that your young children will not only have fun but also is a great educational benefit in their schooling.