Narrogin offers some wonderful locations for stargazing and astrophotography. Being just under 200 kms south east of Perth, the nighttime view to the south and the magnificent Milky Way is free from artificial light pollution from the city. Why not visit the Dryandra Woodland, a sanctuary for threatened native animals such as the Bilby, Boodie and Woylie. Learn about the Total Solar Eclipse, discover why Western Australia is a world-class dark sky tourism destination and find out all about WA’s amazing space science projects. View through telescopes and be amazed at a spectacular green laser pointer tour of Southern Hemisphere constellations.
This Eclipse Discovery Tour event is made possible by funding from Tourism WA, CSIRO, International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research, Scitech and Curtin University. The event is also supported by Astrotourism WA and 18 regional Local Governments, including the Shire of Three Springs. The Eclipse Discovery Tour is a series of stargazing events around Western Australia, your world-class dark sky tourism destination and space science epicentre!