SBRC Public Open Day
The SBRC hosts an annual Public Open Day to showcase the research of our staff and students.
The SBRC will be hosting it's annual Public Open Day on Saturday 19th November. This year our Open Day will coincide with the Innovation Campus 10 Year Anniversary Celebrations where other facilities on campus will also be open to the public including free entry to the Science Centre. We will have our research on display and our researchers available to tell you all about our exciting projects. A panel of experts will be free to give you advice on building or retrofitting your home plus a number of industry partners on display. The Illawarra Flame House will also be open as well as information available about UOW's newest Solar Decathlon entry, Desert Rose. So why not make a day of it, we'll be open from 10am to 1pm, we hope you can join us!
We had a very successful Open Day in November 2015 as shown below:
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Sustainable House Day
The SBRC will be open to the public during the annual Sustainable House Day held Australia-wide September 11th 2016.
More details will be posted closer to the date. Find out more about Sustainable House Day and other exciting sustainable venues open on the day!
Public Exhibition Space
The main entrance foyer of the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre is our public exhibition space. This space is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm and all are welcome.
This space displays the key facts about the SBRC and the Illawarra Flame House. Various research prototypes and project posters are on display as well as our interactive digital signage.
Self-guided tours of the Sustainable Buildings Research Centre are free to be taken at your leisure. This informative tour is a great way to find out all about the SBRC building and some of the exciting research we are doing.
We encourage everyone to visit our building and take the tour.
The SBRC welcomes school groups for tours and sustainable school workshops!
If you are interested and want to find out more please contact the Science Centre & Planetarium