Grey St & Melbourne Street
South Brisbane, QLD 4101
The Queensland Museum presents How to Save the Whole Stinkin’ Planet with Captain Garbology (aka Lee Constable). Go on a garbological adventure and learn how to compost, recycle, minimise waste and help protect the environment in the process!
Stick around after Lee's show for a book signing or to ask Lee some big stinkin' questions!
About How to Save the Whole Stinkin' Planet:
How to Save the Whole Stinkin' Planet will take you on a garbological adventure like no other. From diving into the rubbish bin and delving into landfill, to rummaging through the recycling and digging about in compost.
As a waste warrior in training, you will earn badges as you work your way through each chapter, completing activities, DIYs and eco-experiments. Every part of this training will enhance your understanding of waste management and the impact our household rubbish is having on the (stinkin') planet.
About Lee Constable:
Lee Constable is the host of Scope, Network Ten's science and tech show for kids aged 7-13. A proud science communicator, Lee has been a Questacon Science Circus presenter, radio show host, Antarctic expeditioner, Education Ranger and more! How to Save the Whole Stinkin' Planet, illustrated by James Hart, is her first book, and draws on her science background to encourage environmental consciousness in kids.
A Night at the Museum is a family-friendly event at Brisbane's Queensland Museum. Tickets are $21 for adults, $15 for children and $64 for a family (2A+2C). Please refer to the Queensland Museum's website for more information.