The Aurora Australis on the south coast of Western Australia, taken on Tuesday night. (Andrea Deegan :Supplied)
Last Tuesday night, those up in the wee small hours may have witnessed a breath taking sight Aurora Australis or the Southern Lights. The sighting was a particularly spectacular one with sightings as far north as NSW
Click on The Bureau of Meterology facebook page to see some amazing photos of the event
or connect with the sites below to read more about why the southern lights happen
Science club runs every Wednesday in 2nd break. It is a time when students from Prep-12 can mix and have fun in the science room. This term we have made oobleck, watched how lungs inflate, dissected a heart, started to build solar powered machines, explored body parts on the iPad and looked under the microscopes.
Add a comment and let us know what has been your favourite activity for science club.