Schools in space program

Book your students into one of our free exclusive school sessions at the Australian Space Discovery Centre.

Our program is designed for year levels 7 to 12. If you would like to bring your primary school class, we ask that the teacher attend a general session first.

We offer school standard and workshop sessions from Monday to Friday between 10am and 11:30am.

Teachers can book a session by emailing our team at along with the following information:

  • year level
  • group size including adults and students
  • choice of session (standard, workshop or virtual).

Our school programs are free of charge. You will be emailed a Trybooking link to secure your session. Please note school bookings must be made at least two weeks in advance.

    More information about:

    Students will receive a welcome and presentation from our Space Communicators before exploring our centre, including the Space Gallery, Careers Hub and other special displays.

    • Duration: 75 minutes

    • Capacity: 45 students

    Duty of Care rests with the teachers or adults associated with each group.

    Liability insurance and conserving visitor safety through Workplace Health & Safety initiatives are core components of the Australian Space Discovery Centre’s operations.

    Resources are available for teachers to know more about the Discovery Centre's Certificate of Currency (General Liability) and Venue Risk Assessment.

    The closest drop off zone for school coaches is on the western side of Frome Road, in front of the University of South Australia. There is an event bus park just after the main bus stop.

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    Space: Fun to learn

    Join us for our summer school holiday program from Saturday 16 December 2023 to Sunday 28 January 2024.

    If the event you wish to attend has sold out, please email to join the waitlist.

    Learn more about our upcoming events Learn more about how to plan your visit

    Our department recognises the First Peoples of this Nation and their ongoing cultural and spiritual connections to the lands, waters, seas, skies, and communities.

    We Acknowledge First Nations Peoples as the Traditional Custodians and Lore Keepers of the oldest living culture and pay respects to their Elders past and present. We extend that respect to all First Nations Peoples.