Brisbane Science Festival

South Bank Piazza

The Brisbane Science Festival returns to South Bank for 3 fun-filled days from August 16 to 18, bringing together Queensland’s top scientists and educators. 

Presented by Street Science, Queensland's award-winning science show production, the festival celebrates the launch of National Science Week with a jam-packed program of interactive and inspiring science activities.

Brisbane Science Festival 2019

Attendees of all ages will be fascinated and engaged in exciting science demonstrations, liquid nitrogen explosions, drone racing, robotics, and reptile displays; while special guests include Lee Constable, host of Network 10's Scope TV, and Reuben Meerman also known as The Surfing Scientist.

Brisbane Science Festival 2019

Kicking off the festival on Friday, August 16 is a free STEM careers day where students will be able to get real world advice around STEM careers from QUT, UQ, Griffith University and USQ, as well as award-winning science researchers, science communicators, pilots, engineers and tech companies.

Brisbane Science Festival 2019

According to Street Science founder Science Steve “As we march into the future - facing global issues like climate change and access to food and clean drinking water - humanity will increasingly rely on science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) skills."

“At this Brisbane Science Festival we will highlight the importance of science and the ways it impacts our lives in fun and interactive ways that will hopefully encourage today’s youth to become tomorrow’s scientists.”

Brisbane Science Festival is a valued partner of Must Do

Brisbane Science Festival 

South Bank Piazza

410 Stanley St

South Brisbane

Aug 16-18

Daily 9-4

A $24.19 Con $18.41

Under 15 Free


Little Stanley St South Brisbane

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