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Planetarium shows

Strap yourself in to explore the stars with our full dome projector as we guide you through a tour of the night sky. However, the show doesn't stop there, with all planetarium shows followed by one of our many immersive shows with topics ranging from astronomy right through to dinosaurs. Planetarium shows are performed on a regular basis in the Planetarium on weekends, school holidays and public holidays.

Weekend Planetarium shows for Dec 2017

12pm Perfect Little Planet

1pm Cosmic Journey

3pm Oasis in Space

Please note: 

  • In peak busy times such as school holidays or wet days, planetarium shows can sell out. Please arrive early to avoid disappointment.
  • Planetarium tickets are unable to be reserved and are sold on a first come, first served basis. Extra shows may be programmed on busy days.
  • Doors open 10min prior to start of show. For safety reasons there is no late admission to planetarium shows.

Weekday Planetarium Shows (during school terms)

Planetarium shows on weekdays during school terms are scheduled for pre-booked schools and groups. Limited tickets may be available for public to purchase but are not guaranteed. Ask at reception upon arrival for more information.

Planetarium Shows available for booked groups

Schools and other groups can choose from an extensive range of planetarium shows to enhance their students visit to the Centre. Shows run for varying lengths and are suitable for a range of audiences. Our planetarium shows may be brought to your school, library or community hall through our portable planetarium, as a part of our Outreach program.

Planetarium Show Descriptions

Please use the following age groups to select the most appropriate show for your group.
Preschool to Year 4
Year 5 to Year 12
High School Only


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Phone: (02) 4286 5000
Fax: (02) 4283 6665

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