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Discovery Science and Technology Centre, Bendigo
(4/5 based on 80 reviews on the web)
Discovery Science and Technology Centre is located in Bendigo. To visit Discovery Science and Technology Centre on your trip to Bendigo, use our Bendigo family vacation planner.
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  • This was very interesting both for young and old. The girls had a ball trying their skills against science .Allow about 2 hours to go and try each display 
  • We went to the museum as we were in Bendigo anyway. The kids were keen to have a go at the vertical slide as it is bigger than the Questacon one! It's a great spot, good for the kids and a great way t...  more »
  • Great place to take the kids, lots of fun things to do, you will never get bored while you're there. The slide is scary but super fun. 
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  • Kids loved it. Many fun interactive things to do. Planetarium was excellent and staff were friendly. Only issue was it seemed a little dated and a few things didn't work but nonetheless would go back.
  • A great time for kids and adults alike. Lots of fun activities for all ages - and you might even learn something...
  • Educational and informative. So much fun for the whole family
  • Just in case you think that your inner child does not need stimulating(and I mean more than just doing the vertical slide twice in a row!) this is the MUST SEE venue when in town. Just across the road from the Bendigo Railway Station. This has a bit of everything: I definitely like the 'vortex' simulator(think "disaster movies"). Also enthralled with the 'echo tunnel'. Lots of displays(hands-on fortunately!) demonstrating those essential principles of science that we mortals take for granted every day. I recommend this for ages: 3 to 90 years of age. Will be looking forward to the improvements that are getting underway. Keep up the good work team!
  • I really love the planetarium, walking through the Tardis doors... it is great!