Explore the beautiful night sky at Carnarvon and discover more about Dark Sky Tourism and why low light pollution makes Carnarvon a great place for stargazing! Marvel at our world-class night skies as you view the beautiful quarter Moon, Mars and Venus!

Astrotourism WA Astronomy Guides will take you on a cosmic adventure, using a laser pointer to point out the constellations and look through telescopes to see the wonders of the cosmos. Fun for the whole family!


When: 6:00pm – 8:30pm, Saturday 24th June 2023

6pm – 6.45pm | Presentation: Dark Sky Tourism
7pm – 8.30pm | Laser Pointer Tour & Stargazing through Telescopes

Where: Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum, Mahony Avenue, Carnarvon

Food and Drinks: Please note that the Carnarvon Space and Technology Museum closes at 5pm. However light refreshments can be purchased during the event from the museum kiosk.

What to bring: BYO chairs, rugs, torches, warm clothes, fly net, insect repellent if needed. You don’t need a telescope or binoculars but if you have them, bring them along! This event will go ahead rain, hail or shine.

Bookings: Please register for your free ticket. Free community event. For inquiries phone 9941 0000.


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Supported by...

This event was made possible with funding from the Shire of Carnarvon . It is part of the Astrotourism Towns Project promoting Carnarvon and Coral Bay as destinations for stargazing and astrophotography.