Did you know Centennial Park is one of, if not THE, darkest parts of metropolitan Sydney! This makes it the ideal location for some stargazing – and you can join the fun with the experts.
Centennial Park’s new astronomy night combines stars and campfire tales for a great night out.
There’s nothing better than a warm fire on a winter night, and on Friday 19 June 2015 you’re invited to a campfire in Centennial Park!
Our new Astronomy in the Park event will light up the night with talk of stars and a cozy campfire, with (literally) out of this world stories and time for toasting marshmallows.
The event will include a presentation by Dr. Krzysztof Bolejko, a cosmologist who studies the dark and mysterious far reaches of the universe. After the talk, step outside to enjoy a campfire and be entertained with stories about the mythical side of stars.
We’ll be celebrating the winter solstice with the tale of Matariki – the Maori New Year – and learning the Blackfoot story of why wolves howl at the moon.
Bundle the family up and come enjoy an enchanted evening out. It’s sure to be a star-studded night!
This great Sydney experience in Centennial Park is on:
- Date: Friday 19 June 2015
- Time: 6.30 pm–8.30 pm
- Price: $17 per person; $55 for a family (2 adults, 2 children)
- Bookings: Book online – details here
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