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Schools in space program

Book a school session, workshop or spot at our holiday program.

Our new Schools in Space program is being piloted at Discovery Centre. The program is intended for school year levels 7 to 12. 

If you would like to bring your primary school class, we ask that the teacher attend a general session first.

Standard session

Students will receive a welcome and presentation from our Space Communicators. They will then have time to explore our Space Gallery and Careers Hub.

This is a 75 minute session.

Bookings are available for up to 40 students.

School holiday program: Term 3 2022

Join us for some school holiday fun in October at the Discovery Centre!

We will be running our usual family friendly sessions, along with some special school holiday sessions designed for various age groups and those curious of heart.

All sessions are free to attend.

Operation: Goldilocks (online)

Discover some of the secrets to life in our solar system as the story of Goldilocks is reimagined in this interactive online presentation.

Operation: Trailblazer

What do you need to live in space? Design a diorama of part of a lunar or Martian habitat.

Storytime session

The Australian Space Discovery Centre invites all little astronauts to join us in person for space storytime.

Jarli goes to space

Join us in person for a special screening of Jarli's journey to explore the solar system.

Student cadet rocket adventure program

A challenge to ignite your engineering and design creativity!

Australis OSCAR 5: Australia’s first student built satellite

To celebrate World Space Week, we'll be taking a look back at Australia's space history with the story behind Australia's first student-built satellite, Australis OSCAR 5.

Prefer to attend virtually?

We run many sessions online as well.

See our digital sessions.

Health and safety information

Duty of Care rests with the teachers or adults associated with each group.

Liability insurance and conserving visitor safety through Workplace Health & Safety initiatives are core components of the Australian Space Discovery Centre’s operations.


Please arrive at your allocated time for induction. All visitors are encouraged to wear masks when inside the Discovery Centre. Masks are not supplied so we ask that visitors bring their own.

Any student or teacher who are displaying symptoms of COVID-19 such as shortness of breath, sore throat, cough or a fever, must not attend the Australian Space Discovery Centre.

See further information on SA COVID-19 directions.

Drop off zones for school coaches

The closest drop off zone for school coaches is on the western side of Frome Road, in front of the University of South Australia. There is an event bus park just after the main bus stop.