The Australian Pavilion at Expo 2020 Dubai celebrated diversity, creativity and cooperation by presenting opportunities for progress, science and the exploration of civilization and nature.
Cultural, scientific and technological diversity
The pavilion provides visitors with the opportunity to learn about Australian astronomy, optical infrared and radio astronomy and theoretical astrophysics, to learn about Australia’s best global inventions such as Wi-Fi technology, the pacemaker, the black box flight recorder and others.
As visitors to the Expo begin their journey, the pavilion draws inspiration from Australia’s diverse landscapes and encounters clusters, embodying the concept of mobility. Australia is a land of diversity and home to multiple cultures.
The pavilion is divided into three main experiences, each containing 360-degree interactive displays. The experiences provide visitors with an exciting 20-minute journey, with each experience constituting an audio and visual journey designed to connect visitors with Australia and welcome them. visitors through an exhibition that embodies Australia’s multiple cultural formation Through the Stars Dream exhibition that explores Australian stories of innovation and the space that connects and mobilizes communities locally and globally, from ancient indigenous knowledge to discoveries and modern inventions, while also introducing visitors to Expo 2020 Dubai’s ethnic and cultural diversity, with nearly half of Australians born in another country or at least one of their parents born in another country.
While the idea of ”Dream Stars” reflects the Commonwealth of Australia’s goal of coming together with other countries to cooperate in solving global challenges and share their innovations for mutual benefit, while one of the main features of the design of the third and final room, through an entertainment screen that is displayed on large interactive screens from all directions at an angle of 360 degrees; As if you are among the marine animals in the middle of the largest Great Barrier Reef, which is the world’s largest coral reef area in the Pacific and Indian oceans, and wander among the picturesque nature of the Kosiceko hills and mountains and the Mason Peak Mountains. , as well as its famous cities Canberra, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.