Port Macquarie Astronomical Association Observatory, Port Macquarie

Categories: Observatories, Museums
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2.8/5 based on 25 reviews on the web
Port Macquarie Astronomical Association Observatory is located in Port Macquarie. To visit Port Macquarie Astronomical Association Observatory and get the most from your holiday in Port Macquarie, create itinerary details personal to you using our Port Macquarie tour planner.
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  • A humble little observatory with a small group of dedicated volunteers. Learnt some great facts about the stars and also got to hold a meteorite. Did manage to catch a glimpse of Saturn as well but it...  read more »
  • The passionate and well informed volunteers that run the observatory made for a great night out with a difference in Port Mac. Thanks to some wet and cloudy weather, we didn't actually get to look in ...  read more »
  • Went along with our two littlies, saw the moon first through the telescope before a 50min talk about the solar system and beyond. Was very interesting although a little difficult for our preschoolers ...  read more »
  • For a small observatory this is a gem, the 30-40min presentation delivered great practical articulation of knowledge, the chance to hold a piece of meteorite and was thought provoking, view of the half moon and then an excellent view of Saturn was outstanding. For $10 each it was a fabulous investment - we left wowed!!
  • It is well worthwhile doing a tour of the Observatory at Rotary Park as it gives you a true appreciation of the size of this galaxy!
  • very nice old building
  • Universal interest
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