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VENUES BY STATE

ACT
- Canberra
NEW SOUTH WALES
- Bathurst
- Dubbo
- Newcastle
- Sydney
- Wagga Wagga
- Wollongong
VICTORIA
- Bendigo
- Broadmeadows
- Burwood
- Geelong
- Gippsland
- Melbourne
- Shepparton
- Warnambool
QUEENSLAND
- Brisbane
- Bundaberg
- Gold Coast
- Mackay
- Richmond
- Sunshine Coast
- Toowoomba
- Townsville
NORTHERN TERRITORY
- Alice Springs
- Darwin
SOUTH AUSTRALIA
- Adelaide
- Goolwa
- Port Lincoln
- Victor Harbour
TASMANIA
- Burnie
- Devonport
- Hobart
- Launceston
WESTERN AUSTRALIA
- Albany
- Fremantle
- Geraldton
- Kalgoorlie/Boulder
- Perth
 
PROGRAM

Download your own copy of our 2005 Program [PDF, 615kb]

STUDY GUIDES
Downloadable resources for teachers and parents
'Marine Life' Program
(Locomotion in water, Killers in Eden, Crown of Thorns Starfish) [PDF, 235kb]
'Landscapes' Program
(_grau, MARS: Dead or Alive, Antarctica) [PDF, 259kb]
'Technology & Development' Program
(Ocularist, Propulsion, Cities of Smog, Corollary, Change of Heart, Evil Dust) [PDF, 156kb]

Also available:
MARS: Dead or Alive
by Mark Davis courtesy PBS/NOVA [PDF, 256kb]Ocularist by Vance Malone [PDF, 2mb]
Shake, Rattle & Roll
by Andrew Wiseman courtesy ATOM/Metro [PDF, 2mb]

Venues (alphabetical)

Adelaide
South Australian Museum
North Terrace, Adelaide, SA, 5000
Screening in the VAF Theatre, Armoury Gallery. The South Australian Museum is situated in the cultural heart of Adelaide alongside the Art Gallery of South Australia and State Library of South Australia. It is close to the city’s primary shopping precinct and is an easy walk from accommodation, public transport and undercover parking. Visit the website
Saturday 13 August: 12Noon - 5pm
Sunday 14 August: 12Noon - 5pm
Saturday 20 August: 12Noon - 5pm
Sunday 21 August: 12Noon - 5pm

Albany
Western Australian Museum
Residency Rd, Albany. Ph 08 9841 4844. Overlooking the picturesque Princess Royal Harbour and on the site of the first landing of European settlers in Western Australia, the Museum in Albany provides exhibitions and information on the natural and social history of Albany and the surrounding region. Visit the website.
Monday 15 - Friday 19 August
The WA Museum is screening the SCINEMA program throughout the day during this week.

Alice Springs
Alice Springs Desert Park Theatrette
Larapinta Dr, Alice Springs. The Park is just 10 minutes drive, or a short bike ride from the centre of Alice Springs, with local tour operators servicing the park daily. The park features an easy 1.6 kilometre walking path explore 3 major habitats - Desert Rivers, Sand Country and Woodland, featuring over 120 species of animals and 350 species of plants. Professional guides present aspects of life in the desert, including Aboriginal use of resources, bush foods and medicines. Visit the website.
Saturday 6 August:
Program includes:
The ExperiMentals | Dolphin Bubble Rings | Short (Physics) film competition

Bathurst
Charles Sturt University
Screening in The Ponton Theatre on the Bathurst campus of CSU. Download the campus map for directions. Visit the website.
Wednesday 17 August: 10.30 - 12.30pm & 1.00pm-3.00pm - Environment + Technology & Development

Bendigo
Discovery Centre
7 Railway Place, Bendigo, Vic. Phone: (03) 5444 4400
Discovery, Bendigo's unique science and technology centre is open from 10 am to 5 pm 7 days a week (except Christmas Day). Visit the website.
Sessions will run all day, on repeat.
Saturday 13 August: 1pm - Marine Life
Sunday 14 August: 1pm - Landscapes
Monday 15 August: 1pm - Technology & Development
Tuesday 16 August: 1pm - Biology
Wednesday 17 August: 1pm - Environment 
Thursday 18 August: 1pm - Human Body
Friday 19 August: 1pm - Space
Saturday 20 August: 1pm - Health
Sunday 21 August: 1pm - Short (Physics) film competition

Brisbane
Queensland Museum Southbank

Queensland Museum South Bank is located within the Queensland Cultural Centre in close proximity to South Brisbane railway station, the Cultural Centre Busway and South Bank CityCat and Ferry terminals. Visit the website.
Saturday 20 August
10am – 10.30am, 10.30am – 11.30am, 2.15pm – 2.45pm, 3.00pm – 3.30pm

Sunday 21 Aug
ust
10am – 10.30am, 11.30am – 12midday, 12.30pm – 1.00pm, 1.30pm – 2.00pm

Monday 22 August
School group sessions, bookings taken by Cassie Van Gilst from QUT 
11.30am – 12midday, 1.45pm – 2.15pm, 2.30pm – 3.00pm

Broadmeadows
Hume Global Learning Centre

1093 Pascoe Vale Rd. Broadmeadows, Melbourne, Victoria. Ph 03 9356 6999. Visit the website.
Thursday 18 August at 6pm - The Adventures of Diablo the Puppet: Hawk Biologist in the Galapagos + After Dolly + Experimentals : Balloon Hunter

Bundaberg
Central Queensland University Bundaberg Campus

CQU Bundaberg is located on a peaceful tree-studded 23-hectare site on Bundaberg's southern outskirts, adjacent to the airport, only six kilometres from the city centre. The city of Bundaberg, about midway between Rockhampton and Brisbane, marks the southern boundary of the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and of the Central Queensland region. Visit the website for directions.
Tuesday 16 August: 6pm - Short (Physics) film competition

Burnie
University of Tasmania Cradle Coast Campus

Cradle Coast Campus, Burnie, TAS. Visit the website for directions.

Burwood
Deakin University

Building W, Level 2, Room 206
221 Burwood Highway, Burwood , Victoria. Telephone: 9244 6333
Hours of opening: Contact University for opening hours. Visit the website.
Sunday 31 July: 10am - 4pm - Marine Life + Landscapes + Technology & Development + Biology + Environment

Canberra
National Museum of Australia
Lawson Crescent, Acton Peninsula, Acton ACT.
Saturday 6 August: 1pm - Marine Life
Sunday 7 August: 1pm - Landscapes
Monday 8 August: 1pm - Technology & Development
Tuesday 9 August: 1pm - Biology
Wednesday 10 August: 1pm - Space
Thursday 11 August: 1pm - Health
Friday 12 August: 1pm - Human Body
Saturday 13 August: 1pm - Environment
Sunday 14 August: 1pm - Short (Physics) film competition

CSIRO Discovery Centre
Located at the CSIRO Black Mountain laboratories in Canberra. Turn right at the main gates to the CSIRO site on Clunies Ross Street and follow the signs to Discovery. Check out the online map.
Saturday 13 August: 11.00am - Easy as Pi |  King of Beer
Sunday 14 August: 2.00pm - Shake Rattle & Roll - A Journey With Parkinsons | Okay, Let's talk About Me
Saturday 20 August: 11.00am - Rockhounds: The Movie
Sunday 21 August: 2.00pm - The sleeping cat - A Journey Through the World of Shapes | Imaging the Brain

Darwin
Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory
19 Conacher St, Bullocky Point, Darwin, NT. 08 8999 0264. This modern complex on Fannie Bay emphasizes the unique geographical position of the territory and its capital. There is an excellent collection of Aboriginal art and artifacts, wealth of fascinating objects from “neighboring” Southeast Asia and Southwest Pacific, and of course the Cyclone Tracy gallery. Visit the website.
Monday 15 -  Friday 19 August: 2pm - Marine Life

Devonport
Imaginarium Science Centre

Visitors are encouraged to expand their imaginations at the Imaginarium. This new centre offers 50 hands-on exhibits that change regularly for fresh appeal. Learn about everything from the night sky to seahorses - click here for a map.
Address: 19-23 MacFie Street  Devonport  TAS  Australia  7310
Saturday 13 & Sunday 14 August: 12.00Noon - 5.00pm
Saturday 20 & Sunday 21 August
: 12.00Noon - 5.00pm
Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 August
: 12.00Noon - 5.00pm
Saturday 2 & Sunday 3 September
: 12.00Noon - 5.00pm
Saturday 10 & Sunday 11 September
: 12.00Noon - 5.00pm

Dubbo
Charles Sturt University
Screening in Room 422 on the Dubbo campus of CSU. Download the campus map for directions.
Friday 19 August: 10.30 - 12.30pm & 1.00pm - 3.00pm - Environment + Technology & Development

Fremantle
Maritime Museum
The Western Australian Maritime Museum provides exhibitions on Shipwrecks discovered off the Western Australian coast and Western Australia's Maritime endeavours. They have 3 main sites in Fremantle that bring together Western Australia's Maritime heritage. Visit the website.
Monday 15 - Friday 19 August
The WA Museum is screening the SCINEMA program throughout the day during this week.

Geelong
Deakin University, Science Building, Level B, Room 427
Pigdons Rd, Geelong, Victoria, 3220

Deakin's Geelong campus at Waurn Ponds is located on the western edge of the historic port city of Geelong, 72 kilometres south west of Melbourne. Geelong is Victoria's largest regional centre with a population of more than 190 000 people. Visit the Campus Map for directions.
Check session times for Geelong
Sunday 28 August: 10am - 3pm - Marine Life + Landscapes + Technology + Biology + Environment

Geraldton
Western Australian Museum
Museum Place, Batavia Coast Marina, Geraldton, WA. Ph 08 9921 5080. Visit the website.
Monday 15 - Friday 19 August
The WA Museum is screening the SCINEMA program throughout the day during this week.

Gippsland
Monash University, Room 5n 148
Northways Rd, Churchill, Victoria, 3842

Monash University Gippsland Campus combines the prestige of Australia's largest university with the advantages of a unique rural setting. Visit the Campus Map for directions.
Monday 15 August : 5pm - Marine Life
Tuesday 16 August : 6pm - Technology & Development
Wednesday 17 August : 4pm - Biology
Thursday 18 August :
7pm - Environment

Gold Coast
Bond University
University Dr, Robina, Queensland, 4226

Bond University is located on Queensland's Gold Coast which is world renowned for its magnificent beaches and waterways, national parks, rainforests and mountain ranges. It has a perfect climate of mild winters and warm summers and is a safe, clean and beautiful location. Visit the Campus Map for directions.

Goolwa
Signal Point River Murray Interpretive Centre
The Wharf, River Port of Goolwa, South Australia, 5214

Telephone: (08) 8555 3488. As part of the South Australian Museum’s National Science Week Roadshow, a SCINEMA program will be screened in the Theatrette of the Signal Point Interperetive Centre. Read about Goolwa
Saturday 20 August: 12.00Noon - 4pm
Sunday 21 August: 12.00Noon - 4pm

Hobart
University of Tasmania Sandy Bay

Check out the interactive flash map or download the campus map as a PDF for directions.

Kalgoorlie/Boulder
Western Australian Museum
17 Hannan St, Kalgoorlie, WA. Ph 08 9021 8533. Visit the website.
Monday 15 - Friday 19 August
The WA Museum is screening the SCINEMA program throughout the day during this week.

Launceston
University of Tasmania Newnham Campus

Launceston lies on the Macquarie River in Tasmania's north. The University of Tasmania campus is hosting SCINEMA in the Raymond Ferall Lecture Theatre - Check out the interactive flash map or download the campus map as a PDF for directions.

Mackay
Central QLD University.
The Mackay Campus of CQU is on Boundary Rd, Planlands. SCINEMA is screening in the Cook Lecture Theatre and in Rooms 13/14 of Building 1. Check out the campus map for directions or call 07 4940 7577 for more information.

Melbourne
Deakin University Burwood.
221 Burwood Highway, Burwood , Victoria. Telephone: 9244 6333
Hours of opening: Contact University for opening hours. Visit the website.

Also screening in Melbourne...

Melbourne Museum.
Royal Exhibition Building, Carlton Gardens, Nicholson St, Melbourne City, Victoria. Telephone: 13 11 02 Visit the website.
A selection of SCINEMA films will be screened in the Science Lounge on the Lower ground floor of the Museum 10-5pm daily throughout National Science Week 13-21 August

Perth
Western Australian Museum

Perth Cultural Centre, James St, Perth, WA. Ph 08 9427 2700.

The Western Australian Museum provides an insight into WA's history and environment. situated in Perth's cultural precinct and close to public transport, the Museum offers a wide range of Permanent and travelling exhibitions. Visit the website.
Monday 15 August: 1pm - Marine Life
Tuesday 16 August: 1pm - Landscapes
Wednesday 17 August: 1pm - Technology
Thursday 18 August: 1pm - Biology
Friday 19 August: 1pm - Environment

Port Lincoln
Port Lincoln Public Library
2 London St, Port Lincoln, South Australia, 5605. Tel: 08 8688 3622.
Located on the Spencer Tafe Port Lincoln campus, the Port Lincoln Public Library dates back to the 1860s. Visit the website.

Richmond
Richmond Civic Centre
Set on the banks of the Flinders River, 500km west of Townsville on the Flinders Highway. Read about Richmond, QLD.

Shepparton
Shepparton Science & Technology Centre

McGuire Secondary College, Wilmot Rd, Shepparton. ph 03 5831 8000 fax 03 5831 6676
The Shepparton Science and Technology Centre operates from the grounds of McGuire Secondary College, Wilmot Road Shepparton, providing adult education, primary and secondary science programs. Visit the website for directions.
Monday 15 August: 7.30pm - Landscapes
Tuesday 16 August: 7.30pm - Short (Physics) Film Comp
Thursday 18 August: 7.30pm - Biology
Friday 19 August: 7.30pm - Environment
Saturday 20 August: 7.30pm - Landscapes
Sunay 21 August: 7.30pm - Technology

Sunshine Coast
Performing Arts Building, Mountain Creek State High School,
Lady Musgrave Drive, Mooloolaba QLD 4557
Mountain Creek State High School is the largest and most popular school on Queensland's Sunshine Coast. Located in the suburb of Mooloolaba, 100 kilometres north of Brisbane, Mountain Creek has grown from an enrolment of 360 in its foundation year in 1995 to 2090 students in 2005.
Monday 15 August: 5.00pm - 8.30pm

Sydney
The Powerhouse Museum
Target Theatre, 500 Harris St, Ultimo, NSW, 2007
The Powerhouse Museum, Australia's largest and most popular museum, is located in Darling Harbour, Sydney. Its unique and diverse collection of 385,000 objects spans history, science, technology, design, industry, decorative arts, music, transport and space exploration. Visit the website for directions.
Saturday 20 August: 10.15 – Health | 12.00 – Human Body | 01.45 – Environment | 03.30 – Biology
Sunday 21 August: 10.15 – Space | 12.00 – Landscapes | 01.45 – Technology | 03.30 – Short Film Comp

Townsville
Picnic Bay Surf Life Saving Club, The Strand

The North QLD Science Centre are organising SCINEMA to be screened on the beautiful Strand promenade for our lucky Townsville audience.
Monday 15: 6.30pm – Landscapes
Thursday 18 August
: 6.30pm – GPS | Corollary | Easy as Pi | ExperiMentals: Propulsion | Universe; The Cosmology Quest

Victor Harbour
Crown Hotel
Esplanade, Victor Harbour, South Australia, 5214
As part of the South Australian Museum’s National Science Week Roadshow, a SCINEMA program will be screened at the Crown Hotel and The Whale Centre.
Saturday 20 August: 12.00Noon - 4pm
Sunday 21 August: 12.00Noon - 4pm

Wagga Wagga
Charles Sturt University
Screening in the Joyes Hall on the Wagga campus of CSU. Download the campus map for directions. Visit the website.
Wednesday 17 August: 11.00am - 1.00pm - Environment + Technology & Development

Warnambool
Deakin University, Building B, Level 3, Room 301
Pigdons Rd, Geelong, Victoria, 3220

Set on the banks of the picturesque Hopkins River, Deakin's Warrnambool campus is arguably one of the most beautiful university campuses in Australia, appreciated by students for its friendly and informal environment. The 114-hectare campus is extensively planted with native trees and flowering shrubs and has become a haven for numerous bird species. Visit the Campus Map for directions.
Sunday 14 August: 10am - 3pm

Wollongong
University of Wollongong Science Centre
Located on the University of Wollongong campus in Fairy Meadow, the Science Centre is home to a planetarium, Observatory and visitors centre where the theme is 'hands-on'. Visit the website.
Screening throughout National Science Week August 13 - 22 - For further enquiries call 02 42 865022

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