Category Archives: New Science Exhibitions

New Explore-a-saurus Dinosaur Exhibition is Now Open

A new dinosaur exhibition is open to the public at Queensland Museum and Sciencentre. Explore-a-saurus has taken the place of the successful Mummy exhibition on level 2 at Queensland Museum and Sciencentre. The Learning Services team thought that teachers who read … Continue reading

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“Going Places” – Physics on show at QM Sciencentre

A new exhibition has arrived called “Going Places” at Queensland Museum & Sciencentre. This interactive exhibition is all about travel on the sea, in the air and over the land.  It is also a fantastic hands on demonstration of the science of physics … Continue reading

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New “WhoDunit” Science Exhibition at QM

The Sciencentre at Queensland Museum features a new Scitech exhibition this month. The exciting murder mystery experience Whodunit? opens on 20 January and will run until 8 July. A break-in, a body, fingerprints, and an eyewitness report means there’s a major mystery … Continue reading

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Adriana Bauer says Goodbye!

My contract at Queensland Museum ends today. For the last three years and four months I have been working in the Strategic Learning section of Queensland Museum. During this time, my colleagues and I have produced online learning resources such … Continue reading

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New Fossil and Marine Science Exhibitions

A small two case exhibit opened on Friday 27th May called ‘100 years of fossils’ which is located near the entrance of the Queensland Museum South Bank (QMSB) on Level 2. The display marks the 100 year anniversary of the collection … Continue reading

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