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Recreate a 300-year-old experiment from atop the leaning tower, explore the history of the universe in our cosmology gallery, take a walk through the wildflowers and discover the rich biodiversity of the region, or get hands on with some of the fundamental forces of in our discovery gallery.
Spending a night under the stars with our astronomers at the GDC observatory is an experience you will never forget. Observe planets, clusters, galaxies and nebulae as our talented staff take you on a journey throughout the cosmos.
Join our astronomers as they guide you through the cosmos at our world class stargazing facility. Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
Aboriginal Astronomy Night
Join our astronomers and elder Noel Nannup as they guide you through the cosmos at our world class stargazing facility. Duration: 2 Hours (approx.)
Tame Your Telescope
Do you have a telescope and don't know how to use it? Tame your telescope is the class for you. Duration: 3 hours (approx)
The Life Cycle Of Stars: From Dust To Destruction
Learn all about stellar evolution from the birth of stars to their spectacular death in this lecture style tour. Duration: 2.5 hours (approx)
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Bringing the Total Solar Eclipse to WA and the World
The Grand Eclipse Expedition of 2023 by Richard (Rick) Tonello Chief Astronomer GDC Observatory On the 20th April 2023, […]Read More ›
A slow transient Magnetar has been found with the MWA
Ok so my suggestion to name this object LGM (Little Green Men) 2 was declined by my team Haha but […]Read More ›
The Neergabby Star Party Timetable of Events 2023
Neergabby Star Party Timetable of Events The Gravity Discovery Centre & Observatory along with the Shire of Gingin presents […]Read More ›
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) What do we know and how can you see it?
Comet C/2022 E3 (ZTF) is a newly discovered comet that was first observed in 2022 by the Zwicky Transient Facility […]Read More ›