Regional Hub - Townsville

The Townsville STEM Hub was established in March 2017.

Committee Members

  • James Cook University
  • Townsville State High School
  • Townsville City Libraries
  • Global Tropics Future Project
  • Heatley Secondary College
  • Pimlico State High School
  • Cathedral School
  • Townsville City Council
  • Kirwan State High School

Key Activities

  • STEM Sharing sessions – see the results of the August 2017 session
  • STEM Collaborative Planning Sessions
  • National Science Week August 2018 – STEM Hub Community event

Upcoming Community Meetings

  • 14 February (executive)
  • 14 March (community – all welcome)
  • 9 May (executive)
  • 27 June (executive)
  • 5 September (executive)
  • 31 October (community – all welcome)

Find out more

To find out more about the Townsville STEM Hub, contact

The Townsville STEM Hub is currently supporting the following projects (more details coming soon):

  • Entrepreneurs of Tomorrow
  • Townsville Robotics Competition
  • STEM Like a Pat’s Girl
  • National Science Week Photography Competition
  • STEM Faire

The first Townsville STEM Faire will be held Saturday the 18th August at CityLibraries Thuringowa. The STEM Faire will include:

  • A STEM Photography competition that engages people in STEM and encourages them to see STEM in their community
  • A primary student robotics competition and demonstration
  • A secondary student entrepreneurship challenge and demonstration
  • A girls in STEM talk
  • Community science shows by Internationally renowned science communicator Dr Graham Walker
  • Community engagement activities and display

The Townsville STEM Faire is free open to the whole community!


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