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Overview

    It's all STEAM ahead (science, technology, engineering, arts and maths) this school holidays!

    We're offering a week of fabulous hands-on 'create and make' experiences that involve problem-solving, use of hand-tools, designing, doing and having a lot of fun!

    In true Rube-Goldberg style, our brand new "Rube-in-Box" experience involves everyone constructing a large cube in which to create a series comically over-involved complications, laboriously contrived to achieve....well, either very little, or something incredible.

    Learn safe use of hand-tools, think, design, think more and then construct and innovate, adding mechanical and electrical devices to the cube. There are infinite possibilities.

    Book for a week, or even a day - there's plenty of variety and our signature child-centred approach to learning and discovery.

    We continue to remain a COVID-19 safe venue and will be following all NSW Health Guidelines.

s3 l1/1371-1373 Botany Rd, Botany NSW 2019, Australia

6 - 13 years old

0 hour


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Accepts creative kids vouchers

Where to find us

s3 l1/1371-1373 Botany Rd, Botany NSW 2019, Australia

About the provider

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Children's Discovery

4.8 out of 5 (View 71 reviews)

We’re all about child-led discovery that supports children's natural curiosity, building their creativity and confidence to work things out for themselves. Each day offers a different experience which is adapted to the interests of the children.


We have amazing fun with science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) - we explore, investigate, test & fail and share the joy of discovery. We are a COVID-safe venue providing an essential service for holiday care.


With no proscribed outcomes, our discovery science workshops are designed for children (accompanying adults always welcome) to build their confidence, communication, collaboration and creativity and develop their investigative powers to explore their world.


We also create discovery spaces hosting powerful playful learning experiences; from simulated archaeological excavations and house construction experiences, to "tours" through giant body parts. Discovery spaces are designed for children and their adults to co-create, co-discover, and experience the joy of sharing a playful adventure. See our work in action at the Early Start Discovery Space in Wollongong.


Our national library STEM initiative sees libraries and community venues throughout Australia being trained, equipped and supported to run science and discovery clubs. These include the Little Bang Discovery Club, Big Bang Science Workshops and collection of loanable STEM-themed Spark discovery boxes. Please get in touch if you’d like to know more.


Children's Discovery is a child-safe enterprise committed to safeguarding children and vulnerable people. You are welcome to review our policies and procedures.



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5 out of 5

by Ferdiana J

Super fun activity for the kids! Best way for the kids to experience & learn STEM. Adam & his team are friendly & helpful

5 out of 5

by Samantha S

Amazing! This group are incredible and your kids will love all the fabulous STEM activities.

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by Sojung y

My son really love this class

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by Stuart C

My 7 year old son loves these camps, everyday he comes home telling us all the amazing things that he did and learnt. His highlights from the latest camp were extracting dna from a strawberry, making ...

5 out of 5

by Greta K

If you have a child interested in science, experiments, building/creating electronic gadgets and the like in a fun and stimulating environment, then they will love this holiday workshop with attentive...

5 out of 5

by nicola Z

The kids love the science camp. They always have a great time and come home inspired!!

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