We’ve rounded up some of our favourite photos shared on social media earlier this year that document the museum, exhibitions, and experiences through your eyes.
Dinosaurs on tour at the Discovery Centre
Dino on dino on snakes! Do you remember visiting the museum as a kid? Visit the Discovery Centre.
Hanging out at Café Muse
@evie.ourlittlefairy spent time at the perfect pitstop – Café Muse. View the menu and opening hours here.
Seeing Science on the Sphere at SparkLab
Curious about our world and how it works? Our interactive Science On a Sphere exhibit helps illustrate complex environmental processes through animated images of atmospheric storms, climate change, and ocean temperature. Learn more about SparkLab.
Did you know our whale family was expecting? The stunning life-sized sea mammals hanging in the Whale Mall are actually a pregnant cow, young calf and bull.
It’s a bird.. It’s a plane..
No it’s an Australian Pterosaurs skeleton! Peterosaurs were flying reptiles with a wingspan of 4 to 5 meters. Their membrane wing was supported by a single extraordinary long finger, hence the common name ‘pterodactyl’ meaning wing-finger.
Discover more of Queensland’s long-lost inhabitants at Lost Creatures.
Give me a home among the gum trees
The koala (Phascolarctos cinereus) is one of the most familiar native Australian mammals. Did you know to obtain enough food, an adult koala must eat more than half a kilogram of leaves every day?! They even have cheek pouches which store extra food until it can be chewed. View more incredible animals and their habitats at Wild State.
Sparking young minds
SparkLab sparks the imagination of young scientists. Discover how STEM affects your everyday world when you test it out for yourself. Learn more here.
What do you call a dinosaur with one eye? Do-you-think-he-saurus. Sneak a kiss at ENERGEX Playasaurus Place and take a snap with Triceratops.
Visiting old friends
Just hanging out with an old friend from 100 million years ago, Muttaburrasaurus at Lost Creatures.
What big eyes you have!
Have you ever seen a preserved specimen of a Southern Giant Squid, Architeuthis sanctipauli with an artificial eye before? Take a look for yourself on Level 2.