Astronomy Clubs for Kids

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The Wollongong Amateur Astronomy Club has monthly meetings on the first Thursday of each month, except for January, at the Unanderra Community Centre at 7.30 PM. All are welcome to attend. If you have any questions regarding anything that you may have observed or have obtained or own a telescope & you require assistance, then please come along & we will endeavour to help you.

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Perth Observatory
Western Australia's oldest observatory is located 25km east of Perth in Bickley. The Observatory has served WA for 119 years and remains actively involved in the service of public education. In recognition of its scientific, cultural and historical significance, the Observatory was entered on the state's Heritage Register in 2005. Experience our amazing night sky through our wide range of telescopes at our night sky tours. Our Volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the Southern Hemisphere?s ...

Night Sky Tours

From 08-09-2017 To 20-05-2018

Experience our amazing night sky through our wide range of telescopes at our sky viewing nights. Our Volunteers will take you on a grand tour of the Southern Hemisphere’s sky with a wide range of targets ...

Fizzics Education
We care deeply about inspiring kids to learn more about the world around them and this has driven us to become one of Australia's leading science outreach providers of interactive science workshops and shows since 2004, where we now deliver science programs to approximately 300,000 children each year via incursion and video conference across 400 schools and public spaces throughout Australia and around the world. We'll take our multi-award winning science workshops anywhere they are needed; yes ...
Easy Science Tutoring
Easy Science Tutoring is an educational support service specialising in the mathematical & physical sciences. This tutoring centre provides professional private tuition for school and university level students studying mathematics, physics and/or science.
SkyWatch Astronomy Education brings a state of the art digital portable planetarium/360° movie theatre to schools, clubs and even private parties. Our dome will take up to 30 people at a time, and shows exciting short "I-max" type movies as well as being a full-function planetarium that can show the night sky any time, anywhere. This is an exciting and informative way to do astronomy- and suitable for all ages. We also bring telescopes to your camps, schools and even private homes, and conduct star ...
This is Qld's largest, self funded Astro Tourism business which attracts visitors from all over the world, to view the Southern night skies so close to the rural town of Kingaroy. To find us, just head out the local airport and follow there signs. When you book into the Kingaroy Observatory, we show you the Universe up close in large telescopes and explain what you are look at. We also point out various Constellations and Stars, using a registered Green Laser pointer and answer your questions. During ...
Talbot Observatory See the night sky as you have never seen it before! Look at the Earth’s Moon, with its mountains craters and valleys, and marvel at the wonder of our solar system -from a dark sky site. See Mars and its ice caps, giant Jupiter and its family of moons; experience lovely Saturn and its ring system. Take a sky tour by laser pointer into deep space way outside of our solar system and study millions of red, blue, and yellow stars in our Milky Way and beyond. See stellar nurseries ...
We are South Australia's only astronomical society and have been established for 120years. We have over 500 members and regularly hold public viewing nights at a variety of locations. We take bookings for school viewing nights, when we can come to you- and private bookings for people to come to our observatory site at Stockport, 60km north of Adelaide. Please see our website for more information.
ASWA’s new Junior Section for kids aged 11+ is starting in February 2014. There’ll be lots to learn about telescopes, the moon, sun, planets and beyond. Throughout the year we’ll do indoor activities and night-time observing challenges, including the Lunar 100 and the Messier Catalogue. Check our website for membership information and how to join the club.

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