Seal Your Favourite Memories Of Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium In A Time-Capsule

The Sir Thomas Brisbane Planetarium in Mt Coot-tha will be celebrating its 40th anniversary on 26 May. To celebrate this milestone, a time-capsule will be built beneath a new display in the Planetarium.

The Brisbane City Council is asking everyone to share their favourite memories of the Planetarium through a 150-word essay or an image. The best ones will be included in the time-capsule.

On July 2037, the time-capsule will be opened whilst the city gets enveloped in darkness for its first total solar eclipse in more than 200 years.

Make sure you submit your favourite memories on or before 14 May. To do so, fill up the form here.

On the Planetarium’s actual 40th anniversary, expect a lot of fun activities as Dr Carter Emmart from the American Museum of Natural History will be there for a free public lecture of Astrovisualisation.

There will also be new shows to enjoy plus 40% off on tickets. There will also be a historical photographic display of the early days of the Planetarium.

Address: 152 Mt Coot-tha Road