The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium is located in the Brisbane Botanic Gardens, Mt Coot-tha. It features entertaining and informative programs for children and adults. Learn more about our universe as you enjoy the different Planetarium facilities available, including the Cosmic Skydome, Display Zone, Mini Theatre, Observatory, and the Galaxy Gift shop. One of the venue's highlights is the optical star projector used to recreate a stunning realistic night sky on the 12.5 metre diameter projection dome. The display area takes you on an astronomical journey, and includes a life-size replica of Neil Armstrong’s lunar space suit, as well as digital and other displays.
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The Planetarium's regular shows are:
For the enjoyment of audiences, these programs are not recommended for children under six.
The Planetarium is open from Tuesday to Sunday and is closed on Mondays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Easter weekend, Anzac Day and Ekka Day. The Planetarium will also be shut on Sunday 27 December 2015.
|Tuesday to Friday||10am-4pm|
Bookings are highly recommended, especially during Queensland school holidays. Shows are subject to change.
The Planetarium Booking Office can be contacted on 07 3403 2578 for general, school group and venue hire enquiries. The Booking Office is closed on Mondays, Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Easter weekend, Anzac Day and Ekka Day. The Booking Office will also be shut on Sunday 27 December 2015.
|Tuesday to Friday||9.30am-4pm|
Entry to the Planetarium is free. Show admission prices are:
Group prices for the Planetarium are:
Three show pass prices are:
Three show pass tickets are transferable and valid for one year, but can only be used to admit one individual per show. Bookings are required.
The Planetarium is located within the Brisbane Botanic Gardens - Mt Coot-tha. It's a 15 minute drive from the city centre. The main car park and entrance is off Mt Coot-tha Road, Toowong. Free on-site parking, including disabled and bus parking, is available.
You can catch a bus to the Planetarium. From the city, take bus 471, or the Great City Circle bus (598 or 599) from various suburbs. For more public transport information visit TransLink.