Port Macquarie Astronomical Observatory, Port Macquarie
(3.6/5 based on 25+ reviews on the web)
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  • I have never had the opportunity to learn about the stars and planets in my life. I took the opportunity whilst on holiday in Port Macquarie to take my family along to the Sunday night session. There ...  more »
  • We had a great time with our 5 year old and he loved looking in the telescope and enjoyed the talk. He was so excited to see Saturn and although we thought it would be too cloudy but we still managed ...  more »
  • Talk went on for far to long , with many people becoming very bored, very quickly, lacks any fresh air in there especially in the warmer months. Only get a glance in one telescope before being shown t...  more »
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  • 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