Discovery Science and Technology Centre, Bendigo

(4/5 based on 85+ reviews on the web)
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TripAdvisor
  • I have been to the Discovery Centre a number of times and always find it interesting with its hands - on displays. There are special shows, but the basics tend to be reasonably fixed. It may not be sp...  more »
  • We took our 7 and 9 years for the morning and they were thoroughly entertained the whole time. The planetarium and the science show were good albeit for the science show the 9 year old was probably ge...  more »
  • There was plenty of interesting things to see and do here, a lot more than expected. It kept the kids engaged for a long time. The planetarium is included in the price but space is limited for the sho...  more »
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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!