The Innovation Games 2018

See Science and Technology in Action Join us at the 2018 Innovation Games and learn about what we do at One Giant Leap Australia. Come down to meet us, and get the opportunity fly a drone or test out one of our flight simulators.  Find Out More When? Saturday18 August 2018 What? Science Festival as

Earth and Space Science Discovery Seminar

Space, STEM and your Future Learn about Space and STEM from: Mars Robotics Engineer – Paulo Younse and Marine Biologist – Debra Brice Register Now When? Tuesday24 July 2018 What? Public STEM discovery seminar Where? Shore School, North Sydney Campus, Blues Street Earth and Space Science Discovery Seminar Join us and hear from our amazing guest speakers: Discover

Send Jett to Space

Meet JettHelp send him to Space! Jett suffered a brain tumour and lost his vision suddenly and permanently at 8 years of age, but that hasn’t stopped him. Jett has won a scholarship to Space Camp for visually impaired students at the Space Centre in Alabama, USA. The first vision impaired primary student in NSW

GAVRT Training

Deep Space Teacher PDLearn how to operate the Goldstone Apple Valley Radio Telescope (GAVRT) After completing this training, you will be able to guide your students to take control of a 34-metre decommissioned radio telescope. Students can collect real-time data on deep space and collaborate with professional radio astronomers in analysing the data. Interested? Register

Space, STEM and your future at MQ

Learn more about For the first time in our history, Macquarie University and One Giant Leap Australia will host 3 days of unique science and engineering experiences for high school students. Register before 20 July 2018 to get involved and be inspired! Register Now When? Wednesday 25 – Friday 27 July 2018 8:30am – 3:00pm

Why Huntsville?

Huntsville Alabama used to be the ‘watercress capital’. It is now Rocket City. Australian companies are now starting to open there! It used to be number 10 on this list. Now it is number 1. The top STEM City – read this and you will understand why we have been taking Australians to Huntsville since

Australian Scout Jamboree

We had a great opportunity this January to have a stand at the Australian Scout Jamboree. This is the same as your Boy Scouts in the USA, with one exception; we have both boys and girls in our scouting movement. This Jamboree is only held once every three years and circulates through three different locations

Space Camp 2016 was a HUGE success!

On July 8-15, Space Camp hosted our annual International Space Camp week, and this year we had more than 15 countries attend. The U.S. Teachers of the Year from U.S. territories and all 50 states also attended. International educators participated in a comprehensive program to promote interest in space science and exploration as well as