Illustration of two dinosaurs in  forest

Fulldome Flicks

What
PLANETARIUM
When
General information
January: Dinosaurs at Dusk
February: Ningaloo

All ages welcome. Best suited to families with children aged 7+
See below for show details
Tickets
Member Adult $15
Member Child $10
Adult $20
Child $15

See below for details and tickets
Information for your visit

Fulldome movies for all the family are screening at the Melbourne Planetarium this summer.

Presenting the most immersive ‘fulldome’ movies from all around the world, the entire family will be delighted, enchanted, and mesmerised by a cinema experience that wraps all around you.

Journey through the land of dinosaurs, marvel at coral reefs, fly into space, and go on a magical adventure in the latest showcase of family-friendly movies on the dome.
Screening on Sundays at 4.30pm, Fulldome Flicks at the Melbourne Planetarium will capture the imagination of the whole family. Each screening also includes the popular What’s in the Sky Tonight (WITST) presentation, a presenter-led tour through the night sky.

This is an experience that kids, big and small will not want to miss.

Schedule

Dinosaurs at Dusk (44 min) + WITST

4.30pm: Sunday 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 January 2022

Dinosaurs at Dusk is a whirlwind time travel adventure back to the days when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. Journey back through time to explore a world teeming with Pterosaurs and feathered dinosaurs the ancestors of modern-day birds!

Join Lucy and her father as they fly through the Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous to soar with Quetzalcoatlus, escape from raptors and ride behind Argentinosaurus while searching for clues to the origins of flight. When time runs out they experience first-hand the cataclysmic “last day” of the dinosaurs.

Ningaloo (45 min) + WITST

4.30pm: Sunday 6, 13, 20 27 February 2022

Young marine scientist, Anna Cresswell, takes an extraordinary submarine voyage in search of the key to life on Australia’s iconic Ningaloo Reef. Anna is on a mission to witness the annual, synchronized, mass coral spawning, one of nature’s most spectacular and mysterious reproductive events.

If scientists can come to understand how it works, it may well offer them solutions to protecting coral reefs from the ravages of climate change. Along the way, Anna navigates through a maze of spectacular coral structures, inhabited by an abundance of exotic marine life, in one of the most diverse and complex eco systems ever discovered.

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