Animals AliveDominic College
Come and meet and learn about a variety of animals large and small!
ANTARCTICA!Australian Antarctic Division
Explore the icy continent with the Australian Antarctic Program.
Ship's wake © Hosung Chung/AAD
Hacking Minecraft - Code your own worldCoder College Pty Ltd
Come and see how you can use the power of code to build structures, create cities and design worlds in Minecraft!
Hands on marine science activitiesWoodbridge Marine Discovery Centre
Hold animals in the touch tank, view live plankton under a microscope, learn about marine pest species.
Photo credit: Chloe Simmons
Playing with 4D Fun Innovative Augmented RealityEKIDAZ
Inspire your kids with STEM. EKID offers innovative augmented reality solutions that help children learn and thrive.
The Stories Behind our TreesForest Education Foundation
Explore the layers of the forest: From the soil beneath our feet to an eagle’s nest high in the canopy. How do we care for our forests?
Photo credit and copyright: Forest Education Foundation
Tackling complex environmental challenges with geography and spatial sciencesGeography, Planning, and Spatial Sciences, University of Tasmania
Fly our mini-drones to learn about threatened species management, bushfire mapping and other complex environmental challenges.
Designing Medications for the Future!School of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, College of Health and Medicine, University of Tasmania
Learn how drugs work and design your own model drug delivery system.
Devil RoboticsDevil Robotics
Interactive demonstrations including FIRST competition robots, arduino-based robots, and LEGO SPIKE Prime robots.
Place-Based PlantsTasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Join TMAG staff for a taste of the interconnections between First People’s knowledge of Country and the evolution of edible plants in lutruwita.
Photo credit: TMAG
Acids, acids everywhere!Elizabeth College
How can indicators be used to determine the pH level of water? Make a natural indicator out of cabbage, see how dissolving carbon dioxide gas affects acidity and make a volcano using an acid reaction.
Photo credit: Elizabeth College
Inspiring Tas presents the Young Tassie ScientistsInspiring Tasmania, University of Tasmania
Meet real scientists and see if you can work out their magical science! Have fun while learning a trick or two.
How do we keep our lakes and rivers healthy?Hydro Tasmania
By exploring various water quality issues in a hands-on activity, learn how Hydro Tasmania keeps our lakes healthy for trout species.
Photo credit: Brad Harris Photography.
Tiny Science LabMake Science Fun Pty Ltd
Hands-on Chemistry fun with the amazing Tiny Science Lab. Real Science. Real Small!
Photo credit: Matthew Strickling
Magnificent Marine ParksCSIRO Marine National Facility & Australian Marine Parks
Explore the where and why of Australia’s marine parks and discover how a unique ship reveals what lives beneath.
Photo credit: Fraser Johnston
STEAM at Hobart CollegeHobart College
Come and interact with edible bugs, robots, electronic gadgets, science activities, art exhibits and more - all created by Hobart College students.
Photo Credit: Hobart College
Be a Changemaker - Have your cat and wildlife too.Ten Lives Cat Centre
Explore the work of Ten Lives and through Maths and Science games learn how to improve the welfare of cats and wildlife.
Create your own world in a jar, see the water cycle in action.
School Solar Car ChallengeTasmanian Model Solar Challenge
Come and learn about the School Solar Car Challenge and discover the STEM behind these miniature solar powered vehicles.
The Science of FisheriesDPIPWE - Fishcare
Learn about the science needed to ensure that we have fish into the future and marine resources are sustainable.
Our planet: Natural Hazards and RisksEarth Sciences & CODES
Learn about the natural hazards we face living on our dynamic planet. From earthquakes to volcanoes, tsunamis and landslides, explore what makes Earth unique and sometimes dangerous!
Robot Coding ChallengeTasNetworks
An introduction to coding and robotics, come and see the TasNetworks STEAM team and challenge yourself in the Robot Coding Challenge. Using simple logic that can be applied in STEAM related fields, you’ll learn how to program a robot to drive forward, turn, detect obstacles and changes in colour. You’ll also have heaps of fun along the way.
Wild Kids!Nature. Be in it
Spark your wild side with a few creative nature challenges to get you reconnecting to nature.
Discovering the secrets of the forest floorBiological Sciences, University of Tasmania
Use microscopes to discover the incredible diversity of invertebrates that live in forest leaf litter. And try your hand at 'Match the Scat' - using animal poos to identify mammal species.
Earth and the Environment: An ExplorationScience Communicators' Initiative (SCI)
Learn about the environment and biodiversity with hands on experiments & experiences!
Seeing the world anewBush Adventures, City of Hobart
Explore the earths biodiversity and become part of a global citizen scientist project with iNaturalist.
Machine Learning: Teaching Robots To See.Hobart Hackerspace
Training a robot to recognise hand signals.