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Science Shop

Extended Christmas Shopping Hours 2018

The Science Shop will be open until 6pm every Monday up until Christmas Day for all your shopping needs. (Open 10am-4pm other days, closed on Wednesdays during school terms). Many items are heavily discounted for Christmas including posters, jewellery, wall clocks, selected science kits and much more!


Do you know a budding scientist or looking for a gift that is a little more unique? Our Science Shop is one of the most extensive science shops in Australia and carries a huge range of science products suitable for all ages. From products such as glow-in-the-dark stars, moon necklaces, galaxy slime and lava lamps there is something here for everyone!

We also feature a range of barometers, thermometers and the ever popular Galileo thermometers that would make the perfect executive gifts.

Take science home with you through our extensive range of science kits that explore topics such as solar power, robots and weather. We also feature Stars Wars Metal Earth 3D modeling kits and the Little Thinkers range.

Whether you are looking for products for teaching, exploring or for just having fun, the Science Shop has it all!

Our Science Shop is located just inside the Centre, and is open every day from 10am - 4pm (closed on Wednesdays during school terms).

UOW staff, Science Centre and Early Start members will receive 10% off most Science Shop purchases. For any enquires about our product range or available stock, please contact us or call the Shop directly on (02) 4286 5022.

Some of our featured products include: 

newtons cradle web lava lamp web star wars metal earth
Newton's Cradles Lava Lamps Star Wars Metal Earth kits
     
Galaxy Lab Slime galileo thermometer1 web Barometers
Slime & Putty Galileo Thermometers Barometers 

 

 



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

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