Scitech is a not-for-profit organisation proudly supported by the Western Australian Government through the Department of Jobs, Tourism, Science and Innovation
Join us for some big bangs, beats and dynamic demos, with new and exciting shows and activities to keep young minds entertained and engaged in STEM, all day long.
Your entry ticket is an all-access, all-day pass to the Planetarium, Science Theatre, Puppet Theatre, feature exhibition, dynamic science demos, over 100 exhibits and more!
If that's not enough, level-up your visit with a workshop in the Scitech Lab, hosted by the Telethon Kids Institute (tickets from $15) or experience cinema like never before with a special screening of WALL-E (From $8) in the Planetarium!
Heat is all around us. We wouldn’t be where we are today if we hadn’t tamed fire or been able to create, store and use heat. Our ability to work with heat has helped us thrive. But how exactly does heat move and how do we keep it under control? Find out in this hot, brand new science show.
This spectacular show tells the tale of our planet’s origins and explores some of the greatest questions in science today: How did the Earth come into being? What does its history tell us about our chances of finding a similar world out there in space? And that Scientists now believe that our galaxy is filled with up to a billion planets roughly the size of our own. This incredible film will take your breath away and is an absolute must-see!
What is a young, energetic mouse to do when they want to be the best percussionist in the world, but the household cat hates loud noise? Experiment, of course! Explore a concept most children will relate to – having to be quiet sometimes. Join us to explore how to understand a problem, and find ways to solve it, as we help our cat and mouse find a way to live together in harmony.
Learn how we find science everywhere - including in the food you eat – in our exciting busk-style science demonstrations. We’ll be making ice-cream using liquid nitrogen (back by popular demand). Or learn why you should not always believe what you see, hear or feel in a series of demos all about illusions and tricks of the mind. Catch them twice daily in the grandstand area.
Repeating patterns can be found all around us, such as the symmetrical arrangement of the honeycomb in a beehive. Often these patterns are created from very basic shapes. Create your own unique patterns, such as stripes, zigzags, or even an infinite pattern, using a combination of creativity, coordination, and maths. What unique design will you make?
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