The local Coorow Golf Club is on the outskirts of town. It’s a perfect spot to bring your telescope, binoculars or a favourite picnic rug to lie back for some stargazing.
There’s a big gravel car park and plenty of space to set up for a night under the stars.
In winter you’re welcome to use the fire pit which means there will be a warm place to gather during a stargazing break!
To get to the Golf Club, follow Jensen Street through the CBH grain receival bin area and right to the end of the road.
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Facilities: Toilets. The club rooms will be locked but you’re welcome to use the outside verandah for shelter.
Mobile coverage: Good
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Waddy Forest Hall
If you’d like to travel further out from town for some stargazing there’s another location suitable for observing.
Only 14kms east of Coorow, Waddy Forest Hall is a great place for stargazing. There are no facilities but the site is very dark which makes it a terrific destination for amateur astronomers. It’s quiet and set back off the Coorow-Latham Road.
The historic hall also makes a great subject for astrophotography.
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