The Sapphire Coast Science Festival is on from Saturday August 11 (launch from 1pm-3pm) through to Saturday August 18, 10am – 3pm daily, at the Bega Valley Commemorative Civic Centre.
The festival will feature Questacon’s Fascinating Science exhibition as well as a great range of science activities including: Virtual Reality installation and robotics, music technology, 3D printing, science displays, environmental displays, threatened species information, citizen science, marine science and science movies.
The Atlas of Life in the Coastal Wilderness will have a range of displays including the 2017 photography competition winners exhibition, the amazing Microeye (a very powerful microscope) and a variety of video and image loops telling the story of their work. They will also be using their new projector and big screen to help people explore the NatureMapr database and see some of the wonders it contains.
Visit the Bournda Environmental Education Centre website for more information or contact Doug Reckord, Bournda EEC, 0428 267 956, Scott Baker, BVSC, 0432 604 886 or Libby Hepburn, Atlas of Life, 0458 798 990.