Alissa Van Soest goes to new extremes. Photo: ANDREW PERRYMAN

Summer Holidays at Discovery is Extreme – there will be extreme robots, extreme temperatures and extreme experiments.

Discovery manager Jonathan Ridnell asked if are you ready to get Extreme.

“At noon and two, the Extremes! Science Show will explore life outside our everyday experience, and investigate what happens when we take things to their limits,” he said.

“In the Planetarium you will meet the most extreme creature on this planet and travelling beyond this planet to find more extremes we
will explore just how big the universe really is.”

Due to extreme demand, the planetarium show will be on at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 1.30pm and 2.30pm.

“And summer at Discovery isn’t the same without a hands on activity,” Mr Ridnell said.

“We’re rolling out our Sphero robots and you will be challenged to take control of our robots and bend them to your will.

“Our lab will be open for programming from 11am to 3pm supported by our extreme volunteer team.”

The program will run until January 25.