Discover how our planet works, from the core to the top of the atmosphere. (Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 4)
Hear first-hand from our students and discover where a science degree can take you. (Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 4)
Enjoy free pancakes made for you by our student club (Monash Atmospheric, Geosciences and Environmental Society). Chat with them about their experiences studying this dynamic subject.
Listen to volcanologists explain what happens as pressure builds up in a magma chamber as we recreate an explosive volcanic eruption by blowing up a rubbish bin full of red water 'magma' and more.
Tour our award-winning Monash Earth Sciences Garden with the Monash EAE Outreach Team and discover how you will use the space in your undergraduate studies and learn about the geology of Victoria.
Antarctica preserves many fossils from the supercontinent Gondwana. Talk to the Monash EAE palaeontologists and examine fossils discovered during recent research trips to the continent.
Find out where in the world a degree in Earth Sciences can take you with our fieldwork photo display and talk to our student club MAGES about their activities in their dedicated EAE Club Room.
Learn about the volcanoes of western Victoria from Monash EAE volcanologists while examining 303,000-year-old Pele's Hairs and Tears and recreate their formation with freshly spun fairy floss.
See how crystals form while we freeze delicious ingredients into tasty ice cream. Watch while the bowl overflows with fog as water vapour in the air condenses on contact with -200ºC liquid nitrogen.
Measurements of the Earth's gravity field can be a powerful tool for understanding processes that occur deep within the Earth. Learn more by acquiring data in the Monash Earth Sciences Garden.
Watch as the Monash EAE meteorologists create a tiny weather model using a tank of water on a spinning platform to create a cold Antarctic and swirling eddies just like those on Earth.
Come and speak to staff and students about studies in Earth, atmosphere and the environment. Find out what you can study as part of your science degree.
Model real-world scenarios in the Augmented Reality Sandbox and watch the 'landscape' come to life in 3D as the sand is augmented in real-time with projected overlays. (Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 1)
Learn about how people and society make our cities hotter using an infrared thermometer to take a thermal selfie.(Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 2)
In this interactive display, learn about why soils are critical for life on Earth. Determine the fertility of a range of Victorian soils by examining physical, chemical and biological properties.
Have you collected a rock or fossil that needs to be identified? Bring it to the Monash EAE geologists, who will identify it for you. (Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 3)
Learn about Earth, atmosphere & environment subjects and win an iPad! Pick up a passport for a chance to win. Free lucky dip goodies bag for each entry. (Scavenger Hunt - Checkpoint 8)
Study the results of more than 1000 different climate model experiments and learn more about the physical processes acting on the climate system by deconstructing the climate of Star Wars planets.
In this interactive display, learn how Monash EAE use drones, with examples of data gathered on research trips across the world. Discover how drones will be used in your undergraduate studies.
Talk to Monash EAE academics and student ambassadors about how to structure your degree, the topics we cover and the transferrable job skills you will gain for a wide variety of careers.