Diorama challenge

Get your craft on for the Quantum Diorama Challenge!

If your class or school group is being visited by the National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip then you’re eligible to participate in our quantum diorama challenge for a chance to win prizes for you and your school.  Prizes for individual first, second and third place, and for the best overall school.  For more details, download the challenge flyer or contact Kristen Harley.

Find inspiration on our resources page.

Download the flyer


Terms and Conditions

  • This challenge is open to all students in the classes/school groups being visited on the 2022 National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip.
  • This challenge is a game of skill.  Chance plays no part in determining the winners.
  • All entries will be judged individually on their merits.  The entries judged to have the best balance between creativity and informative value will be the winners.  The judges’ decision will be final and no correspondence will be entered into regarding the result of the challenge.
  • Entries will be judged by members of the 2022 National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip team during their visit, and the winner announced on conclusion of the trip.
  • The winners will be notified directly and announced on the National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip website.  Winners will also have the opportunity for their entries to be showcased on the National Quantum & Dark Matter Road Trip website.
  • From the pool of all entries received from all schools, first-, second- and third-place entries will receive $100, $85 and $65 prize vouchers, respectively.  In addition, the school judged to have contributed the best array of dioramas across all schools will receive a $250 voucher.



Thank you to all the schools who participated in the Quantum Diorama Challenge, and to everyone who entered! We’re thrilled to announce the winners are:

  • First place ($100): Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle by Isla Wilkinson, Camden Haven High School
  • Second place ($85): MRI Machine by Abbey Lenane, Camden Haven High School
  • Third place ($65): Tensegrity by Declan Seaman, Stawell High School
  • Best school ($250): Camden Haven High School

Heisenberg’s Uncertainty Principle by Isla Wilkinson


Tensegrity by Declan Seaman


MRI Machine by Abbey Lenane