Information sessions in Tasmania

  • by National Office
  • 16 April, 2013
Information sessions in Tasmania

The exploration, discovery and excitement that is National Science Week in Tasmania is back again with another exciting state-wide program for 2013.

Find out more by coming along to the Hobart or Launceston National Science Week Information Sessions, hosted by the Tasmanian Coordinating Committee.

Our guest speaker is Geoff Crane, Manager of National Science Week, from Questacon in Canberra. Geoff will provide a national perspective on National Science Week in 2013 and talk about links with the Inspiring Australia initiative – and there will also be the opportunity to find out what’s happening at a local level.

If you are planning on running an event during National Science Week or want to know what else is happening for schools and the wider community, then this is the information session you can’t afford to miss!

For catering purposes, if you plan to attend either session, please RSVP by Monday 29 April.


When: 5:00 – 6:00pm Wednesday 1 May
Where: CSIRO Sustainability Learning Centre, Olinda Grove, Mt Nelson (next to Hobart College)


When: 4:30 – 5:30pm, Thursday 2 May
Where: Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, 2 Invermay Rd, Inveresk


If there is sufficient interest, there is the possibility of holding a session in the Northwest on Tuesday 21 May from 4:30 – 5:30pm. Please advise of your availability and we’ll confirm a venue and get back to you.

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