Hands-on learning at Science Alive

HUNDREDS flowed through Mount Gambier City Hall on Sunday at the free Science Alive hands-on science event.

The young and young at heart enjoyed a native animal show presented by Animals Anonymous, with a number of brave youngsters handling a three metre python.

Marty McBubble presented his famous Scientific Bubble Show fresh from his success in creating the world’s largest indoor soap bubble.

Families explored robotics, dinosaur puzzles, astronomy in huge Stardomes and a number of Questacon hands-on exhibits.

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