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Chinchilla, Chinchilla Cultural Centre: 28 – 29 February 2020
Gladstone, Gladstone Entertainment Convention Centre: 20 – 21 March 2020
Toowoomba, Cobb+Co Museum: 19 April 2020
Townsville, Museum of Tropical Queensland: 16 May 2020
Ipswich, The Workshops Rail Museum: 27 – 28 November 2020
World Science Festival Brisbane kicks off from 25 – 20 March 2020. Twitter.
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World Science Festival Brisbane is held throughout the cultural precinct in South Brisbane in Queensland. This year the all new City of Science will start at Queensland Museum and weave through the cultural precinct up to QAGOMA bringing the area alive with art and science.
To hear more about our festival line up in Brisbane, please click through to the Events Program.
The program offers many exciting, free events including City of Science, family programming at the Osmosis stage and a range of Conversations with leading scientists. To find out about our free events, please visit our Events Program page and click Free in the filtering options.
To find out more about this deal and see the terms and conditions, please visit the ticketing information page here.
Simply navigate to your event of choice and click ‘Add To Cart’ or ‘Get Tickets’.
If you’re having any trouble please contact our friendly team on our Contact Page.
Yes, the Festival runs throughout 2020 at multiple locations across Queensland:
Chinchilla – 28 to 29 February 2020
Gladstone – 20 to 21 March 2020
Brisbane – 25 to 29 March 2020
Toowoomba – 18 & 19 April 2020, with a holiday program 6 to 17 April (closed Good Friday, 10 April)
Townsville – 15 to 16 May 2020 with a holiday program 19 September to 5 October 2020
Ipswich – 27 to 28 November 2020 with a holiday program 27 June to 12 July 2020
Applications are now open to be a part of the biggest science festival in Australia! To find out more information and apply to our volunteer program, please visit our Volunteer Page.
Be captivated by Brisbane’s rich chemistry. From eclectic bars to fine dining, and breezy cafes to boutique-lined streets, explore the beautiful parklands, bohemian markets, enticing galleries and bustling urban precincts, each with its own unique vibe.
World Science Festival Brisbane joins an extensive calendar of major events in Brisbane, from international sporting fixtures to blockbuster shows and exclusive cultural events.
Embrace your inner style and grace at a Queensland Ballet production, sing along to your favourite musical at the Queensland Performing Arts Centre and see blockbuster exhibitions at Queensland Museum, State Library of Queensland and Queensland Art Gallery/Gallery of Modern Art.
To find out where else you can eat, drink, shop, stay and play, go to visitbrisbane.com.au.
Looking to explore further afield while you’re in town for the Festival? Visit www.queensland.com.