Discover ancient Indigenous knowledge while gazing at the stars
For thousands of years Australia’s Indigenous people have looked to the stars. Indigenous people used the night sky as a navigational tool and calendar, as well as to try to make sense of the world and their place in it.
Learn all about astronomy from an Indigenous perspective as elders recount their ancient history of the stars through songs and stories. The night will include a presentation, 3D movie, tour of the observatory dome and telescope viewings of the night sky.
|Venue name:||Penrith Observatory||Contact:|
Western Sydney University Penrith Observatory
Great Western Hwy
|Opening hours:||Daily 9am-5pm|