Donning an orange space suit, his parents took him to Adelaide Airport, where he was greeted by Darth Vader and Stormtroopers and issued a special ticket.
Dwayne got to sit in the cockpit of a specially-prepared QantasLink plane before the big flight, then took his seat in the main cabin as it “blasted off”.
In what seemed no time at all, the space adventurers arrived at the “moon” to a lunar landscape — created in an airport hangar from rocks, tonnes of sand and special visual effects.
And just as the four-year-old suspected, aliens and superheroes including Spiderman and Batman, really do live on the moon.
That’s no moon…