Get pumped for a fun-filled exploration of our most precious resource—air.
An engaging, collaborative, problem-solving task set in the Beyond Perception exhibition.
An exhilarating and visceral film that tells the expansive story of Carriberrie-dance, song and music in Aboriginal culture.
Immerse young children in an imaginative world of sensory discovery and construction‐play that will ignite their lifelong engagement with STEM.
Children take part in an interactive story, working together to build solutions to the problems they encounter.
This exhibition sparks curiosity and raises questions about the more complex, fascinating corners of Science, Engineering, Mathematics and advanced Technology.
Experience Museums Victoria from your classroom with this series of virtual learning sessions.
Learn about electric circuits, conductivity and computer systems through active experimentation and making.
Give your students an experience in hands on STEM problem solving.
Discover how clouds are formed and how they make our most impressive weather phenomenon – lightning!
Moonbase ONE explores the motion of the Moon and related natural phenomena such as phases and eclipses.
An insight into what the new telescopes are finding that will help us better understand our universe.
Learn how to program a robot using a graphical programming language.
Students become engineers as they design their own marble roller coasters.
Set in our unique Lightning Room; find out about static electricity, electrical energy transformations and electrical safety in the home.
Explore the relationships between electricity, magnets and movement and how they are applied in devices such as generators, electromagnets and electric motors.
Learn about CSIRAC, the world's oldest intact first-generation electronic computer.
Travel to and explore the Moon with Tycho the dog and then fly off towards the Sun.
Look at the Earth from space and connect the movement of the Earth to the seasons, and the day and night cycle.
Explore the similarities and differences between Earth and the other planets in our Solar System.
Uncover the mysteries of the stars in this Planetarium show.
See the night sky through different eyes, through stories told by the people of north-west Victoria.
This 45-minute, presenter-led show gives students a new perspective on the universe and provides an opportunity to appreciate our place in the cosmos.
Explore the effects of temperature on solids, liquids and gases using super-cool liquid nitrogen.
How do the Moon and Sun influence life on Earth?
Find out about the forces involved in getting rockets into space and be involved in modelling these forces.
Students use the Sportsworks exhibition to develop their skills in key areas of mathematics.
Explore the historic Spotswood Pumping Station, with videos, animations and expert talks on a portable device.
Think Ahead looks at the way we imagine the future, through innovations in science, technology, engineering and design.
Stretch your mind and muscles at Sportsworks!
Investigate the science of sports, how human bodies work, and design, materials and technologies of sports equipment.
Toys provide an ideal way for young minds to investigate the physical world.
Black Holes – Journey into the unknown traces the story of black holes, from the 18th century through to their detection almost 200 years later.
The Earth’s climate is alive, changing with the passage of time, seasons, and the ebb and flow of life itself.
Investigate forces and energy by exploring how we use simple machines in our modern lives.
Demonstrations of the principles underpinning Year 11 VCAL Electrical, VCE VET Electrical Industry and the VCE Unit 1 Electricity topic, featuring equipment unique to Scienceworks.
This program supports year 11 Physics, Area of study 3: “What is matter and how is it formed?”
An education program with a difference; sleepover at Scienceworks!
Examine how Pluto is different to the planets and how we define the term 'planet': When is a planet not a planet?
An interactive presentation that will encourage students to respond to and pose questions, and make predictions about familiar objects and events.