Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory, Charleville

Categories: Observatories, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.3/5 based on 190+ reviews on the web
Take an astronomical journey through the ages at Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory, offering a look at some of the clearest skies in the Southern Hemisphere. Discover the mysteries of the night skies and hear aboriginal legends about the stars from experienced guides, who take visitors on a trip through our universe that is both educational and entertaining. This observatory is particularly known for its roof, which can slide off completely to reveal powerful Meade telescopes. Book your viewing session well in advance and remember to wear warm clothes for the night sky observations. Daytime activities include film presentations and guided tours of the center’s huge collection of meteorites. Put Charleville Cosmos Centre & Observatory at the forefront of your travel plans using our Charleville itinerary builder.
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  • We were in Charleville a couple of days ago and had the opportunity to do the 'Astronomy by Day' and the Cosmos by night tours. They were both very amazing and we enjoyed them very much. The Astronomy...  read more »
  • Our family of four attended the night time session over the September school holidays. It was brilliant from beginning to end and really opened our eyes to the wonders of our night sky. So cool being ...  read more »
  • We sadly couldn't do the viewing due to cloud my review is about the organisation....we booked a couple of days out and the process was very well explained. Try to give yourself a few night...  read more »
  • A little cloudy and a bit chilly but that could not damper a great tour around the Charleville Airport. Monique was our informative guide the knowledge she had gathered and continues to researched was fantastic, but the secret is out Monique has disclosed and devulged all, who could have imagined. For those who have travelled to Charleville and did not take the tour pencil it in for your next visit if you are heading that way make it a priority. Thankyou again Monique good luck with your research. Boris and Lynne Dunn
  • Compulsory visit if you are within 200 kms of Charleville! Fascinating exhibition of astronomical information.