Plans are in place to live stream the eclipse from Exmouth. If you’re unable to make the journey to the region, our colleagues at both the Perth Observatory and the Gravity Discovery Centre Observatory will capture footage and stream online via their websites and also to their YouTube channels – Live Stream: Gravity Discovery Centre and https://www.youtube.com/@PerthObs.
Partial Eclipse will occur between approx. 10am through to 1pm AWST on Thursday 20 April 2023, with 62 sec of totality at approx. 11:29am AWST.
Scitech Discovery Centre
Visit Scitech in Perth who have themed their April School Holidays around the Eclipse. This will include hands-on activities as well as an eclipse simulation in the planetarium and live streaming the Total Solar Eclipse on 20 April.
Whats On at Scitech: https://www.scitech.org.au/whats-on
Perth Observatory Volunteers Group
Perth Observatory Volunteers Group (POVG) in collaboration with Astrotourism WA will host 5 events en-route to Exmouth and one in Gascoyne Junction post.
Onsite at the Perth Observatory, the team will live stream the eclipse and activities will include telescopes set up to view the eclipse from Perth’s viewpoint.
For details visit: https://www.perthobservatory.com.au
Working with the Gravity Discovery Centre, a live stream of the Total Solar Eclipse from Exmouth will display on the Yagan Square Digital Tower on Thursday 20 April from 10am to 1pm (approx.).