It's free, it's fun and it's taking over The Cube at QUT these school holidays. The 'Physics Observatory' summer holiday program (January 6-15) will be based around the giant two-storey interactive screens at The Cube and include daily free activities ranging from paper planes and ball runs to treasure hunts and short films
Activities will be held daily from 10am to 4pm for kids aged 3 to 12. They can also explore the wonders of physics and gravity in different worlds via The Cube's interactive screens.
A free Physics Fun Day will also be held on January 7 from 10am to 4pm, with extra activities such as hula hooping with the Vulcana Kids, a live show by 'Science Steve, a 3D space flight simulator game, physics demonstrations, and short films for kids.