Watch this Space Summer School Holidays Sat 5 Jan 2019 – Sun 27 Jan 2019 10:00am – 2:00pm Discovery Zone Summer School Holidays 5 January – 27 January 2019 These school holidays Watch this Space! Get ready for a range of space-related activities, from meteorites to constellations. Have you ever wondered what a falling star is? How planets are formed? Join us and find out! Age: All ages Cost: Free Make Your Own Constellation Learn about constellations by making your own. Your special creations will glow in the dark, so you’ll be able to see it every night and show it to your family and friends. Everyday 10am - 2pm Stories in the Sky Aboriginal people are considered the oldest astronomers in the world, their knowledge providing very important clues to our ancient past. Join us to find out about these amazing stories from the sky. Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 10:30am How are Planets Formed? Planets are made of rock, gases, water...and plasticine? Have fun in this brains-on, hands-on activity that will teach you about our solar system from a very entertaining perspective. Throughout the day (times vary). Creating Craters What shape is a meteorite? How big a hole does it make? How could one meteorite wipe out all the dinosaurs? Work with us to learn lots of meteor-facts–you’ll even get to touch a real meteorite from Mars! Throughout the day (times vary). Caption: Learn about the wonders of space at the Discovery Zone! Credit: WA Museum Getting Here Address Discovery Zone Discovery Zone State Library of Western Australia 25 Francis Street Perth WA 6000 Australia Phone 1300 134 081 View the discussion thread.