The CSIRO Double Helix Club is a great way to learn about the world of science through activities, competitions, stories and experiments! Receiving a magazines, email newsletters and invitations to member events and holiday programs, your children will be involved in active learning, discovery and expanding their imaginations. The CSIRO Double Helix Club fosters a real LOVE for learning and helps kids become active problem solvers and scientists.

Check out the CSIRO website for information on age groups, magazines, joining fees, membership benefits and discounts. There’s also the DoubleHelix@Uni deal, which offers special deals for 13-18 year olds. Join now: JOIN THE CLUB

Contact details:

CSIRO Education, National Limestone Avenue, Campbell ACT 2612

Phone: 02 6276 6643

Email: education@csiro.au

Website: https://www.csiro.au/

Holiday programs and events: CSIRO South Australia Holiday program

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