Astronomy Clubs in Sydney & New South Wales

Astronomy Clubs in New South Wales

Clubs Listed : 14

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Astronomical Society of Coonabarabran ---- Visited: 129 Times

    Coonabarabran

    Listing id: 42259

    The Astronomical Society of Coonabarabran (ASC) was founded in 1992 at a public meeting held in one of the local schools. It aimed to serve the local amateur astronomical community whose existence was largely due to the proximity of Siding Spring Observatory.
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  • Astronomical Society of NSW Inc. ---- Visited: 583 Times

    Sydney

    Listing id: 42225

    The Astronomical Society of NSW exists to bring together people interested in Astronomy and related sciences, and to promote public interest and education in Astronomy. The ASNSW provides members and the general public access to Astronomical observing facilities, educational lectures, and assistance in selecting, using and even building telescopes and related instruments.
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  • Centaurus Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 116 Times

    Bathurst

    Listing id: 42396

    The Centaurus Astronomical Society, is a group of people located in the Bathurst region of New South Wales, Australia. It was established in November 2000 and now boasts a membership of around 40 and growing fast. We all have a common interest, Astronomy, and with the use of the Bathurst Observatory we hold regular meetings, and undertake many projects together.
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  • Central West Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 102 Times

    Parkes

    Listing id: 42302

    Meetings are held on the first Friday of every month (January excepted) from 7:30PM in the CSIRO Parkes Observatory Visitors Centre. All are welcome.
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  • Illawarra Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 151 Times

    Wollongong

    Listing id: 42271

    The IAS is a group of amateur astronomers who meet on the second Tuesday of each month (except January) at the Wollongong Science Centre and Planetarium, Squires Way, Fairy Meadow (see map below). Meetings start at 7.30pm . We welcome all newcomers who are interested in learning more about astronomy and joining in our regular activities.
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  • Macarthur Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 190 Times

    Minto

    Listing id: 42232

    We are a group of amateur astronomers of varying levels of experience, based in South Western Sydney, NSW, Australia. We hold dark sky observing sessions for members, invite distinguished professional astronomers to address our monthly meetings at the University of Western Sydney and hold public viewing and public lectures.
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  • Newcastle Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 283 Times

    Newcastle

    Listing id: 42287

    In 1993 Dr Colin Keay founded a completely new Newcastle Astronomical Society with a constitutional requirement to emphasise astronomical education.
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  • Northern Sydney Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 434 Times

    Lane Cove

    Listing id: 42299

    We are a club based in the northern suburbs of Sydney (NSW, Australia), containing a number of streams to cater for astronomy related interests at all levels.
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  • Shoalhaven Astronomers ---- Visited: 123 Times

    Nowra

    Listing id: 42303

    The Shoalhaven Astronomers was started by a group of local amateur astronomers who felt there was enough interest in astronomy to maintain a monthly meeting where they could share information and enjoy the company of like minded people.

    The Shoalhaven Astronomers have two public viewing nights a year where the public are invited to attend and learn about the night sky. During the school holidays, the club sets up demonstrations in local caravan parks owned by the Shoalhaven City Council. Many visitors to these parks enjoy the opportunity to look through telescopes and see the planets and deep sky objects that would be difficult to find in the light polluted city sky.
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  • Sutherland Astronomical Society Inc. ---- Visited: 211 Times

    Oyster Bay

    Listing id: 42252

    Green Point Observatory is open for meetings every Thursday evening commencing at 8pm. Visitors are welcome to attend Guest Speaker Talks and SASI workshops. The Observatory is located at the bottom of a reserve off Green Point Road, Oyster Bay NSW.
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  • Sydney City Sky Watchers Inc. ---- Visited: 298 Times

    The Rocks

    Listing id: 42254

    We encourage the association of amateur observers working with small telescopes, for the mutual help and organisation of astronomical observation, the circulation of current information and the encouragment of the popular interest in astronomy.
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  • Sydney Northwest Astronomy Group ---- Visited: 382 Times

    Kenthurst

    Listing id: 42405

    The Club was formed in April, 2007, and is seeking members to join in regular viewing nights. We are based in the Hills District, of Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.
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  • University of New England and Northern Tablelands Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 53 Times

    Armidale

    Listing id: 42308

    Bill Webster was appointed as UNE photographer in July 1959, and died in September 1989. He bequeathed the telescope to UNE, and in March 1990 the Webster Observatory dome was dismantled and taken to Armidale and erected at the Kirby Observatory. The society was founded in 1997.

  • Western Sydney Amateur Astronomy Group ---- Visited: 305 Times

    Werrington

    Listing id: 42255

    This is a group of fun loving amateur astronomers in the western suburbs of Sydney Australia. WSAAG provides a focus for people interested in astronomy to meet, do astronomy and have fun.
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