Science Safari adheres to all NSW Health COVID 19 policies to ensure a safe, worry-free incursion. We have completed the Australian Government Department of Health COVID-19 infection control training and we’re ready to work with your onsite plans to make our visit both safe and rewarding for all involved. Our safety measures are detailed in your booking information but you can also request these at any time. Rest assured there will be no penalty if shows need to be cancelled due to changing restrictions.
K - 2
Liquid Nitro Show
What happens to everyday materials when we combine them with Liquid Nitrogen i.e make them cold REALLY quickly? Do they snap, crackle, pop? A super cool show which leads to an explosive finale. Hot, cold, solid, liquid, gas! This show has it all.
How does a balloon move? Why does it move? What's it made of and why? Explore jet propulsion, air pressure, the Bernoulli Effect, elasticity and more in this colourful and thoroughly engaging show about the humblest of toys. A total crowd pleaser!
What is sound? How is it made? What is pitch? Volume? How do we hear sound? What sounds can we create using DIY materials? Your students will learn everything they need to know about sound energy and make some crazy sound effects. Book our hugely popular, good vibes show now!
Physics and chemistry combine to create a truly fun-packed, colourful and explosive event for your students. This show starts small and builds to a crescendo demonstrating just how FUN and educational science can be. A favourite of the Australian Museum and absolutely not to be missed!
Come on a wild journey with Vice Captain Solar Pants who reminds us how scientific knowledge helps us to understand the effect of our actions and assists us in solving the problems we create. Global warming, climate change, gassy cows and more are tackled and overcome in this show about sustainable actions on Planet A.
A sub zero show which takes a forensic look at how certain materials cope when subjected to the extreme temperatures of liquid nitrogen. Are the changes reversible or irreversible? What happens to solids, liquids and gases? An awe-inspiring show with the main guest of honour being none other than liquid nitrogen...of course!