The Christmas Treasure Hunts will be a fun learning experience for individuals, groups and families as a part of the the City of Melbourne’s Christmas Festival in December 2022. Catering for people of all ages, activities will take participants all around the City of Melbourne, exploring key Christmas installations to win prizes as well as increasing awareness of Melbourne’s iconic and lesser-known landmarks and locations.
Examine Port Phillip’s historical changes, the geological landscapes that shape our foreshores and the bays, the impacts of climate change and more with Geography Victoria and the Association of Bayside Municipalities.
Join us from the comfort of your living room as Jon Seltin winds the clock forward on beer brewing. How will climate change and advances in sensory science affect beer production? How might our beer tastes change in the future?
**Please be advised this event has been cancelled to minimise transmission of COVID-19 and undue pressure on the Victorian health system.** Come and learn how to get involved in restoring native habitat and species at Organ Pipes National Park. Hear from experts, learn about using DNA to find species, go ‘Fishing for Science’ and hear from Wurundjeri elders. Activities for all ages and abilities!
Join us in Lilydale for a unique ‘Campfires and Science’ event where we will hear from experts in the area of forest management, and help us inform our response to government proposals for new Regional Forest Agreements in Victoria. You can also learn about the work ‘Science for All’ has been doing to understand biodiversity in the region, and learn how you can get involved! We’ll also be covering the principles of ‘critical appraisal skills’ for those who want to learn how to take part in the process of creating peer reviewed science.