Science in the Swamp – our National Science Week event – was a smash hit with around 10,000 visitors experiencing the event throughout the day!
Australovenator, the roving ERTH dinosaur, was definitely the crowd favourite and families enjoyed lots of different science experiments, meeting live wildlife and throwing mud pies at a target to help raise funds for the Ian Potter Wild Play Children’s Garden. There was definitely a great vibe throughout the day and we would like to thank all the families who attended and made the event such a success.
Here’s a few snaps to give you a sense of the day…
More images from the day are on our Science in the Swamp Facebook album.
Did you take any good photos on the day? Share them with us by tagging us with @centparklands #scienceintheswamp #centennialpark #natsciwk
We hope you enjoyed Science in the Swamp. It was certainly a highlight for us and we are thrilled so many families enjoyed the day learning about the cool side to science!
We would like to thank our wonderful event partners who made this day so special:
- Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education
- Galit Segev
- Taronga Zoo
- Australian Electric Vehicle Association
- University of New South Wales
- Australian Astronomy Association
- Banksia Buddies
- Fizzics Education
- Longyard SideShow
- Feature Creatures
- Frog and Tadpole Society
- Trinity Grammar
- Centennial Parklands Foundation
- Royal Botanic Gardens