Visiting the Planetarium

The information below will help you plan your visit to the Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium. The Planetarium is open Tuesday to Sunday and hosts a variety of shows in the Cosmic Skydome.

See below for:

Opening hours, venue hire and enquiries

Bookings are highly recommended, especially during Queensland school holidays. Shows are subject to change.

To enquire about reservations, venue hire, school bookings and general or observatory enquiries, you can:

  • use our online form
  • phone the Booking Office on 07 3403 2578.
Day Times
Monday Closed
Tuesday to Friday 10am-4pm (Booking office phone lines open from 9.30am-4pm)
Saturday

11am-8.15pm (Booking office phone lines open from 10.30am-6.30pm)

Sunday 11am-4pm (Booking office phone lines open from 10.30am-4pm)

The Planetarium is closed on most public holidays including Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Australia Day, Easter weekend, Anzac Day and Ekka Day.

Admission cost

General entry to the Planetarium is free, however shows in the Cosmic Skydome are ticketed.

Council now honours the Queensland Government Companion Card, allowing free entry for anyone accompanying a person with disability who requires attendant care support.

Single admission prices:

  • adults: $15.80
  • children (3-14 years): $9.60
  • concession card holders: $13
  • Authorised Companion: free.

Group admission prices:

  • family (2 adults and 2 children or 1 adult and 3 children): $43 per family
  • group of adults (10 or more): $13.30 each*
  • group of children (10 or more 3-14 years): $8.80 each*.

*Single payment is required for whole group.

Three-show pass prices:

  • adults: $36
  • children (3-14 years): $22.

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.

Current Cosmic Skydome shows

General admission

For the enjoyment of audiences, these programs are not recommended for children under six.

Shows for children

Getting there

The Planetarium is located five kilometres from Brisbane’s city centre and sits within the Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-tha. There is free on-site parking available, including disabled and bus parking.

You can also travel to the Planetarium by bus. From the city, take bus 471, or the Great City Circle bus (598 or 599) from various suburbs. For more information visit TransLink.

06 February 2017