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Stargazers Club WA

Have you ever wanted to know more about the stars? Join “Galaxy Girl” and discover stargazing and astronomy for beginners under the beautiful Western Australian night sky.



Stargazers Club is a great place to learn about astronomy and telescopes, meet people with the same interest as you and to find out what to see in our beautiful night sky.

Membership is suitable for adults and children aged 10yrs+. Events are run regularly throughout the year.

Stargazing is great for the soul, inspires the mind and is so much fun with friends and family. All you have to do is turn out the lights!

 

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