Astronomy Clubs in Melbourne & Victoria

Astronomy Clubs in Victoria

Clubs Listed : 12

Displaying all Clubs & Associations :
  • Albury-Wodonga Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 114 Times


    Listing id: 42349

    Meetings are held on the first Wednesday of each month (except January and December) at Charles Sturt University, Thurgoona Campus. Access is via Elizabeth Mitchell Drive. They are held in room 114 in the Learning and Teaching Hub, AKA building 754 with access from Car Park 2.
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  • Astronomical Society of Geelong ---- Visited: 234 Times


    Listing id: 42353

    The ASOG is an amateur astronomy club in the city of Geelong, Victoria located at the Geelong Show grounds. We are dedicated to all aspects of the hobby.
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  • Astronomical Society of Melbourne Inc. ---- Visited: 1044 Times


    Listing id: 42359

    The Astronomical Society of Melbourne Inc.Astronomical mission is to advance astronomical observation in greater Melbourne, Australia.
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  • Astronomical Society of Victoria, Inc. ---- Visited: 603 Times


    Listing id: 42230

    The Society is based in Melbourne, Australia and includes city and many country members. The Society attracts people with astronomical interests, from a wide range of ages and with a wide range of abilities and interests.
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  • Astronomy Benalla ---- Visited: 109 Times


    Listing id: 42423

    Astronomy Benalla, formed in 2010, is incorporated under the Associations Incorporation Act (1981). Monthly General Meetings take the form of a brief administrative session, followed by member speakers or guest speakers.
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  • Ballarat Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 126 Times


    Listing id: 42356

    The Ballaarat Astronomical Society was founded in 1958 on the initiative of members of the Astronomical Society of Victoria. Since then it has been custodian of the Ballarat Municipal Observatory, which was established in 1886 through the generosity of James Oddie, sometimes referred to as 'the father of Ballarat'.
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  • Bendigo District Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 121 Times


    Listing id: 42360

    The Bendigo District Astronomical Society (BDAS) has been actively promoting astronomy in the Bendigo region since 1988. Members of the club have various interests in different fields of astronomy, but all share a passion for Space!We hold regular events such as public meetings, sidewalk astronomy nights, general club meetings, dark sky site nights and school star nights. Check out our Calendar for details of upcoming events.
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  • Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 146 Times


    Listing id: 42363

    The Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society caters for all with an interest in astronomy, from the budding star-gazer to the more established amateur astronomer. The society began in Moe back in 1954 and has an observatory located on Coach Road Hill in Yallourn.
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  • Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society ---- Visited: 369 Times


    Listing id: 42233

    The MPAS (formerly the Astronomical Society of Frankston) was founded in 1969 with the aim of fostering the study of Astronomy by amateurs and promoting the hobby of amateur Astronomy to the general public.
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  • Oasis Stargazers Club Mildura Inc. ---- Visited: 187 Times


    Listing id: 42380

    The Oasis Stargazers, is a Mildura based amateur astronomy club for those interested in all things "astronomical". Mildura is located in Victoria on banks the Murray River.
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  • Snake Valley Astronomical Association ---- Visited: 124 Times

    Snake Valley

    Listing id: 42234

    Snake Valley is nestled between Ballarat and Beaufort in western Victoria, Australia. We meet & observe as a group each month from 7:30pm, but members and visitors are welcome to come along any Friday night.
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  • Space Association of Australia Inc. ---- Visited: 294 Times

    Mulgrave North

    Listing id: 42382

    The Space Association of Australia Incorporated is a non-profit, non-political group of people who are keen to learn about, and share with others, the excitement of space exploration. We aim to promote the peaceful exploration, utilisation and occupation of Outer Space.
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