Technology of Transport
Where did you go today? How did you get there? Did you walk or cycle? Did you take a plane, train or boat? How about a parachute, airship or rocket?
Humans have developed many modes of transport to get around much faster than our legs could ever take us, so that travel is possible like never before.
Going Places is an interactive science exhibition that explores the technology humans have developed for travel. If you have ever wanted to pilot an airship, ride on a hovercraft or control traffic in a city, now is your big chance!
As well as exploring the technology that gets us around everyday, visitors will explore how travel has shaped the social fabric of our time. Visitors will also see new technology and get a glimpse of where our future is headed.
With 17 exhibits detailing the incredible technology pioneered by humans to make the farthest reaches of our planet accessible, Going Places will be a wild ride!
2 x 40ft shipping containers
Children ages 5 to 12 and their families
Transport, technology, physics, innovation
Marketing and education materials
Exhibition installation/dismantling team
Floor area: 400 - 600 square metres (4,300 - 6,500 square feet)
Ceiling height: minimum 3 metres (10 feet), optimum 4 metres (13 feet)
Entry/exit: at least 2.7 x 2.7 metres (9 x 9 feet)
Storage: secure and dry
Power: standard 240v/120v electricity supply
Available to rent now
Negotiations with individual venues will be conducted to determine the appropriate fee structure for the exhibition period.
Contact and enquiries
Gary Foxton - Travelling Exhibition Manager
Phone: +61 8 9215 0710
Mobile: +61 400 114 744