This special event kicks off with an amazing exhibition, showcasing images from some of the best astrophotographers in WA at the Turquoise Coast Visitor Centre in Jurien Bay from 2 May to 6 June. The Astrophotography Exhibition showcases images from the latest Astrofest Astrophotography Exhibition and competition and celebrates the best of Western Australian astrophotography from all over the state. It is exciting to exhibit these spectacular pictures here at the Turquoise Coast Visitor Centre in Jurien Bay.  

Then, be inspired and join our Astrophotography Workshop held at the incredible Pinnacles Nambung National Park.  Learn the secrets of nightscape astrophotography from helpful astrophotographers and experience the Pinnacles under a world-class dark night sky.

Exhibition: Mon 2 May – Mon 6 June 2022

Held at the Turquoise Coast Visitor Centre

Free Entry                            


Astrophotography Workshop: Sat 4 June 2022 

Pinnacles Desert Discovery Centre Undercover Area

Nambung National Park, Pinnacles Drive, Nambung 

6pm – 6.45pm – Astrophotography Basics

6.45pm – 8.30pm – Astrophotography Practical Session                                           

$79.00 per person.

 BYO chairs, rugs, picnics, drinks, torches, warm clothes, fly net, insect repellent.

The Jurien Bay Education and Conference Centre will be the back-up wet weather venue.

Astrophotography Workshop Book Online at
This event will go ahead rain, hail or shine.

COVID Safety Plan & Guidelines

Astrotourism WA Pty Ltd has a COVID Safety Plan and is open and committed to maintaining the WA Government’s safety measures. We’re doing our part to keep you safe. Please respect the rules, our workers, volunteers and other customers.

Please read our plan and guidelines here…

More information

Tickets available online soon

$79/person for Astrophotography Workshop

Admission to Astrophotography Exhibition FREE

Where to Stay

Make a weekend of it and stay a few nights to explore the area!

More Details

Download the flyer for the event program and more information.

Supported by...

This event is made possible by the Shire of Dandaragan and is part of the Astrotourism WA project that’s promoting Cervantes as a destination for stargazing and astrophotography.