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We Invite You To Join Us!

...for a week of observing under some of the darkest and most stunning night skies in the world!

The 2016 OzSky Star Safaris (aka Deepest South Texas Star Safari) to Australia will be held in April and October, 2016.

Stunning Southern Skies We meet in Sydney and then head out to our dark site for seven nights under the pristine Southern Skies.

Register Now to secure your place at either of these unique OzSky Star Safaris..

The primary aim of these OzSky Star Safaris is to provide astronomers from the Northern Hemisphere with not only a unique Australian cultural experience, but more importantly a unique opportunity to experience the grandeur of the southern night skies through a number of large, high quality astronomical instruments without the need to transport one's own telescopes from one side of the world to the other.

Formerly known as the Deepest South Texas Star Safari due to it's founding attendees coming primarily from Texas, the new name "OzSky Star Safari" has now been adopted to reflect the expanding demographic of amateur and professional astronomers now attending this popular event on a regular basis.

The "Classic" OzSky Star Safari is held on the outskirts of Coonabarabran, NSW ("The Astronomy Capital of Australia") and is scheduled for April 2-9, 2016.

The "Southern Spring" OzSky Star Safari is held in the pristine NSW Southern Highlands, about 3 hours drive south west of Sydney and is scheduled for October 28 - November 4, 2016.

For more details please use the above menu links or Register Now to secure your place at OzSky 2016.

*New* OzSky "Southern Spring" Star Safari (read more...)

Can't make it to the "classic" OzSky Star Safari in April? - Or have you already been to several OzSky Star Safaris and you're now looking for a different time of year to explore the Southern night skies? Why not consider an OzSky "Southern Spring" Star Safari.


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