The Gary Radford Pavilion at the Broken Hill Regional Events Centre was chock-a-block on Sunday with families turning up for two sessions of fun, flames, and games at the Broken Hill Science Fair.
Excited children filled the space, thrilled by all the activities in the name of science. As many gathered around tables taking part in the range of tasks, others were either in the crowd being mesmerised by Sci Fi Bri’s flaming hands, or dancing like dinosaurs with Professor Flint.
The Maari Ma Early Years team created a toddler corner with wax painting, play dough, building blocks, a music mat, and kinetic sand play to keep the kids entertained. The team’s spokesperson, Tina O’Neil, told us, “there’s been such a great turnout to the Science Fair that has totally exceeded the number that we thought we’d get here in our little corner so it’s been fantastic.”