About QuestaconQuestacon is a National Science and Technology center, which being an interactive science centre was opened in 1988, and was developed by the noted professor of the Australian national university Mike Gore, who was also a physics lecturer and later on also became the founding director of Questacon. Its building was presented by Japan to the Australia for 1988 bicentenary and being opened on 23rd November 1988 with the contribution of ¥ 1 billion nearly being half the cost of an A $19.64 million. It was formerly housed at the old Ainslie Primary School..
Questacon is a part of the Australian government with department of Innovation Industry Science and Research since 3rd December 2007 and its current director is Professor Graham Durant. Its vision is "a better future for all Australians through engagement with science and innovation”. On Thursday 18 September 2008 a Questacons review was released. This review was commissioned by Minister Kim Carr and also chaired by John Simpson of National Australia Bank.
Location: Parkes, Australian Capital Territory, Australia.