QUT Summer Holiday Program

Gardens Point Precinct is a hive of fun activities this January with QUT’s Summer Holiday Program for children aged 5yrs+ happening across the QUT campus.

QUT Summer Holiday

Kids can test drive The Cube's new wind and water simulations, Water Tank and Wind Tunnel, before exploring a range of hands-on STEM activities including Drone Coding Workshops, Sphero Aqua Challenge and Augmented Reality. For the younger kids, colour in drawing templates and watch them come to life using augmented reality.

QUT Summer Holidays

While on campus, drop into the QUT Art Museum to make your own mythical monster shadow puppet, inspired by Japanese folklore, with Artist in Residence Kyoko Imazu.

QUT The Cube

A highlight of QUT’s summer program is the Family Fun Day on Saturday, January 12. Families can enjoy a supercharged day of activities including free virtual reality games and live performances by Street Science.  

Nice to know - Visitors who park on weekdays are eligible to receive a discounted rate of $5.00 per hour or part thereof. Discounts will only apply to parking tickets validated by staff at the Gardens Theatre front desk between 10am–4pm. 

By Deb Lidster

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The Cube & Science & Engineering Centre

QUT Gardens Point

2 George St


Jan 9-18 10-2 



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