#National Science Week
Psychtalks stories from the cosmos: What Indigenous storytelling can teach us about memory, our highways and ourselves
Free event. For over 65,000 years, the night’s sky has served as a map for Indigenous peoples all around the world. Aboriginal Australians plotted the absence and presence of stars to develop celestial maps for navigation to survive the harsh Australian landscape
Discover Destination Moon – Yeppoon
Free event. National Science Week 2019 is all about Destination Moon. Come and explore, play, inquire and be challenged by the complexities and problems of lunar exploration. Yeppoon Townhall will transform into a Space Agency Control Room. Explore the wonders of the moon and test out your skills to see if you could become an astronaut.