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Neighbourhood Earth

Combining cutting edge technology with the latest in science, NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH tells the story of space exploration like never told before. Guests will travel across the solar system and come face-to-face with Mars sunsets, Venus lightning storms and the surface of Jupiter. Museum quality models, spacecrafts, tools, and astronaut suits will showcase the facts, stories and achievements behind space exploration and its future. Guests can also get hands on with fun and engaging interactive learning activities, holographics, touch sensing projections and building games.

NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH is an exhibition that not only encourages you to leave the house, but the planet, in an experience that can only be...experienced. Taking advantage of the rising interest in space exploration, due to both news around civilian space travel and exciting new NASA missions to the Moon and to Mars, NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH taps into audience desire to travel to a whole new world.

The health and safety of all staff and visitors remains the ultimate priority. NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH blockbuster experience is built to be completely Covid-safe and to exceed government public health guidelines.

NEIGHBOURHOOD EARTH will appeal to all ages, making it the perfect event to fill the void left by another year of cancelled events.


Event details

Venue: ICC Sydney, 14 Darling Drive, Sydney, Hall 7
Bookings: www.neighbourhoodearth.com.au

Opening hours: 10am-9pm Monday through to Sunday
Peak times (Adult $45/Family $119/Child $30/Concession, Group, Student $35)
Off-Peak times (Adult $35/Family $99/Child $20/Concession, Group, Student $25)


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