The Powerhouse Museum is bringing the exciting new exhibition Star Wars: where science meets imagination to Australia this December with a two city tour commencing in Sydney (December 2008-April 2009). The exhibition will then be travelling to Scienceworks in Melbourne (from June 2009). With over 100 costumes, props and models from all 6 films, this highly interactive exhibition explores the real-world scientific innovations that are making Star Wars fantasy a reality. If you don't want to wait until the exhibition comes to Melbourne, the Powerhouse is offering fans the opportunity to sign up now for its free Star Wars premium club. A regular newsletter will give club members advance notice of events in connection with the exhibition, behind the scenes views of exhibition development, competitons and prizes, and advance purchase of tickets to view the exhibition in Sydney. You can join the club at http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/starwars/ Fans also have the opportunity to volunteer as exhibition guides. Further information on volunteering in Sydney will be available soon on the premium club website, or if you saw the volunteer presentation at Supanova in Sydney and would like to sign up now, the application form can be found at http://www.powerhousemuseum.com/volunteers/volunteers_posititions.asp Details on volunteering at Scienceworks will be made available at a later date. If you loved Star Wars: the Magic of Myth, previously at the Powerhouse, then you won't want to miss Star Wars: where science meets imagination. "It is your destiny... to see this exhibtion"