Stellar Summer Days – Summer School Holiday Fun

Recommended 4-12 years

Stellar Summer Days - Summer School Holidays

It’s all stars and sunlight at Stardome these school holidays! Catch We Are Stars, an immersive planetarium show, which takes you on an adventure through space and time to discover our explosive origins. After the show, head into the Space Room to learn all about lights, stars and solar energy through interactive experiments and activities. 

If the Sun comes out, we’ll head outside and launch water-powered rockets. 

Suitable for ages 5 -12 years. Don’t forget to book – it’s going to be stellar! 

Please note that you must arrive at least 15 minutes before the show as late entry into the planetarium is strictly prohibited. Please factor parking in to your travel times. If you arrive late, we can swap your tickets for another session (subject to availability), but we cannot offer refunds. 

Tickets

Please choose a session from the list below to buy tickets securely online. Bookings essential. 

Adult/Senior– $10

Child (3-16 years) – $12

Please note you must arrive at least 15 minutes before the show. Late entry is strictly prohibited. If you arrive late, we can swap your tickets for another session time, but we cannot offer refunds. 

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