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Offering breathtaking views across Sydney Harbour, Sydney Observatory in The Rocks is a public observatory open day and night. It is Australia's oldest observatory and one of the most significant sites in the nation's scientific history. Beginning with Indigenous astronomy, take a close look at amazing historic and interactive exhibitions before climbing up into the famous telescope domes and exploring the sky with experienced guides. At night, observe the moon, planets and even beyond the solar system to stars and nebulae that are light years away. By day, you can observe the active sun through telescopes fitted with solar filters or perhaps even glimpse the brightest stars and planets in the sky. Visit the 3D Space Theatre and see the universe come to life through amazing 3D technology. Decode the flags on the reinstalled flagstaff on historic Fort Phillip, or simply enjoy the heritage gardens and harbour views.

Check In: 1000 Check Out: 1700

Disabled Access:
First floor accessible and toilets on site. Assistance available on request - phone in advance and telescope can be set up outside.

Children:
Children's program available including pizza nights and school holiday activities.

Email: observatory@phm.gov.au

Phone: 02 9921 3485

Website: www.sydneyobservatory.com

Address:
Watson Road, Observatory Hill
Sydney, New South Wales, 2000

Guest Facilities:
Access With Assistance for the Disabled, Child Activities, Guide, Public Toilet, Shaded Area, Shop

Experiences you can enjoy at Sydney Observatory:
Family Friendly, Historic/Heritage, Science and Technology


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