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Wed 26 May

Astronomy in the Park - Lunar Eclipse

Take a front row seat to observe the rare super blood moon.

Weather permitting, you will be able to see the total lunar eclipse while the moon is at its biggest and brightest.

After learning about why the eclipse is happening and having the chance to ask any questions, you will see the moon turn red as it passes through the Earth’s shadow using a high powered telescope and binoculars.

It will be cold so rug up and wear enclosed shoes. Hot drinks and equipment provided but feel free to bring your own picnic or binoculars as well.

This event is weather dependent.

This tour is brought to you by Southern Sky Tours

What to bring: Please wear warm clothes and enclosed shoes.

Tour duration: 1.5hrs

Who is it for: Kids should be older than 5


$66 per adult

$44 per child (5-16 years inclusive)

$165 per family (2 adults, 2 children)

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$44 - $165


Loch Avenue South
Centennial Park, New South Wales, Australia


All welcome


Public transport recommended.