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Seems to attract a good crowd and seems well cared for by awesome volunteers. Let's raise money for this lovely observatory to arrange more comfortable seating. I LOVE it that they bring in aboriginal knowledge. I wish more Australian businesses and government would follow the...More
We arrived on a cloudy night, so the telescope viewing was not available. However, the presentation and chat from Mike on Mars was very interesting and informative. I must admit I’m not that into astronomy, but I was absorbed in the chat.
Firstly I am so disappointed with all the people who have placed negative reviews on Trip advisor on this place.
This place was so amazing when I went. The volunteers did well I thought, very very informative. I myself didn't know much information about the...More
We were a group of five adults and two 6 year olds. The evening started well with a fantastic telescope view of Jupiter.
The presentation, however, was very poor. It was unclear when the talk started, there was no introduction, the presenter just appeared to...More
First chance to visit this observatory despite being a resident in the late 90's . Sunday night 730pm start . We were about 10min late but could still get in . The Canadian volunteer speaker provided a wealth of information about our solar system ,...More