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Warrumbungle Observatory, Coonabarabran

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  • We had a very informative night with Marcus whose patience and knowledge helped us learn how vast the skies above us are. Marcus was very skilled at using the telescopes and answering our questions, A...  more »
  • We visited mid February 2017 and we were greeted by Marcus who was our guide to our universe and beyond. Marcus was clearly passionate about what he spoke about but was able to be approachable and exp...  more »
  • What a great informative night we had Marcus (our guide) showed us so many wonders through his telescope Orion's Belt Jewel box Tarantula nebula ,what he didn't know !!!, every question answered in en...  more »
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  • Wow, loved seeing planets the way l have only seen them in books. Well worth it.
  • Great night. Cam was informative and added a bit of fun too. Amazing to see the planets in "real" time.
  • We had a fantastic time, the presenter was informative and entertaining, I will never forget seeing the Planets with my own eyes. (albeit via a Telescope, since I cannot actually get out into the solar system) worth every cent of admission. I highly recommend this