World Science Festival Returns
World Science Festival Brisbane (WSFB) will take place from 22 - 26 March, bringing a galaxy of scientific knowledge and innovation.
Promising more than 130 free and ticketed activities, shows, and events, including the ever-popular The Hatchery: Turtle Conservation Experience for visitors and Livestream viewers, Queensland Museum Network CEO, Dr Jim Thompson, said that this year's festival would inspire visitors with the wonders of science.
“The festival will feature a new night-time program Social Science which will combine art and science to transform the Queensland Museum into an electric hub of live music, shows, comedy, and science.”
The 2023 program will cover various topics, including space exploration, the science and stories behind humanity, and the care of our planet. The festival will also feature a new night-time program Social Science which will combine art and science to transform the Queensland Museum into an electric hub of live music, shows, comedy, and science.
There will be daily events, weekend activities for Little Learners, Lunchtime Labs in the Queen St Mall, and a comprehensive online program, including the short film series Cool Jobs and podcasts. Fourteen inspiring artworks will be showcased as part of the Curiocity Brisbane program, which will be displayed throughout South Bank.
The festival is expected to attract Queensland and interstate visitors who will spend more than $12.7 million with Brisbane tourism and hospitality providers.
The festival is crucial in bringing science to the public domain and allowing visitors of all ages to engage with and celebrate science.
For more information or to volunteer, visit worldsciencefestival.com.au.