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Member Organisations

Australian Members

  • Australian Museum 

  • Australian National Maritime Museum 

  • CSIRO Education 

  • Discovery Science and Technology Centre 

  • MOD.

  • Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences

  • Newcastle Museum 

  • Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery 

  • Queensland Museum and Science Centre 

  • Questacon - The National Science and Technology Centre 

  • Geoscience Australia

  • Science Space

  • Scienceworks Museum 

  • Scitech 

  • TwistEd

  • UNE Discovery

  • Childrens Discovery

  • Cairns Childrens Museum

  • Australian Space Discovery Centre

New Zealand Members

  • National Science Technology Roadshow Trust 

  • Otago Museum / Discovery World 

  • MOTAT (Museum of Transport & Technology)

  • Science Alive!

We are currently in the process of updating our new website. If you are wondering why your organisation is not yet listed here, or would like your organisation featured below, please get in touch!

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Science Space

Dhawawal country

Science Space is founded upon the principles of education, hands-on learning and accessibility. Existing to advocate the value of science and technology, we house over 100 interactive exhibits, a dedicated science theatre, a dedicated STEM zone and makerspace and NSW’s most digitally advanced and immersive Planetarium.


Australian National Maritime Museum

Darling Harbour in Sydney
Tumbalong in Gadigal country

Australia’s centre for maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology


Exhibition Studios

Australia and New Zealand

Exhibition Studios are recognised as one of Australia’s leading specialists in the design and construction of innovative and engaging exhibitions spaces.

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Children's Discovery


Where play inspires lifelong learning


TwistED Science

Echuca and Melbourne

Taking science out of a box and making it creative, fun and messy.


Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Hobart and Tasmania
Nipalunal and Lutruwita country

A combined museum, art gallery and herbarium which safeguards the physical evidence of Tasmania’s natural and cultural heritage, and the cultural identity of Tasmanians.

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