Experience the majesty of seven continents with new bespoke narration by Sir David Attenborough.
Nature enthusiasts, rejoice! The highly-anticipated BBC Earth Experience has officially opened its doors in Melbourne, offering visitors an awe-inspiring journey through the beauty and diversity of our seven unique continents, all on an unparalleled scale.
With new bespoke narration by the legendary Sir David Attenborough, this attraction takes guests on an epic adventure without needing to board a plane.
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Located at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, the BBC Earth Experience transports guests to distant corners of the world, making them feel as though they’ve stepped into the heart of the natural world. The best part? No passport is required.
This remarkable experience features the captivating footage from BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit’s television series, “Seven Worlds, One Planet,” projected on multiple multi-angle screens using cutting-edge digital screen technology. Visitors embark on a majestic 360-degree audio-visual journey, immersing themselves in iconic landscapes and connecting with mesmerizing animals, all of which come to life in breathtaking detail.
The BBC Earth Experience has garnered praise from all age groups, offering an extraordinary and educational adventure. With over 1,608 square meters of captivating content, it promises to be one of Melbourne’s most joyful and rousing tourist attractions.
Don’t miss the chance to embark on an epic journey through nature and explore the wonders of our planet at the BBC Earth Experience. No plane ticket required!
BBC Earth Experience is on now at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre, 1 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf. For more information and tickets, visit BBC Earth Experience.