Australian Museum Science Festival

There’s always something to do with hands-on science activities, talks, shows and workshops for everyone!

Australian Museum Science Festival #1

Australian Museum Science Festival #1
Photographer: Samuel MacDonald © Australian Museum

Australia's Biggest Science Festival

Bookings opening soon for AMSF Sydney 2016 on the Australian Museum Science Festival bookings website.

The Australian Museum Science Festival (AMSF) celebrates science and innovation over 2 weeks. Our Sydney event offers over 300 interactive workshops, talks and shows to school students, community visitors and industry professionals. Come and talk to scientists from leading institutions, discover the relevance and role of science within your local community and find out how you can be involved with it all!

 Event schedule for AMSF2016 Sydney

  • August 13: Australian Museum Science Festival Community Day
  • August 16 – 19: Primary School Week
  • August 23 – 26: High School Week

AMSF2016 Regional and Outreach Event Schedule

The AMSF tours throughout NSW, connecting regional communities and industries across the state. We help create and support educational networks to share local expertise and knowledge with students and the community.

In 2016, the AMSF is planning to visit:

  • Jenolan Caves
  • Western Sydney (Hawkesbury)
  • Albury

Contact us

For bookings or more information, please visit the Science Festival website or call our Science Communications Team on (02) 9320 6389.

You can also email us, or follow us on Twitter.

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We’d like to thank our major sponsor 3M, and our supporting partners National Science Week and Inspiring Australia. Their amazing support and dedication to the promotion of science literacy has helped us share the wonders of science across NSW communities.

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