Evening School Visit to Mount Stromlo Observatory

Mt Stromlo Observatory offers evening school/educational group visits. A typical evening visit starts with a welcome by professional astronomers where students will have the opportunity to ask questions. The students then take a tour of the research buildings. The tour includes viewing the labs where instruments for the Giant Magellan Telescope are being built, our Laser Space Debris Telescope, a 250kg meteorite, Professor Brian Schmidt's Nobel Prize and more. The visit then continues with the main part of the evening, a stargazing session using Mt Stromlo's outreach telescopes.

Location

On campus (Mount Stromlo)

Format

Interactive tour

Program duration

2 hours (evening - to begin when the sun sets)

Year group

Years 4 -12

Number of students

40 (maximum)

Availability

Weekdays during teaching periods. Please contact us for availability throughout the rest of the year. At least one month's notice is required. Please note that this session is very popular and it is advisable to book early.

Cost

$10 per student