Adult: $30
Concession: $25
Child (Ages 5 to 17): $20
Location: Perth Observatory
Date: Saturday, 19th of March
Time: 8:00 pm (Doors open at: 6:00 pm)

Learn about WA’s first steps into space!!!

This year, we’re thrilled to have the Director of the Space Science and Technology Centre (SSTC) at Curtin University, Dr Phil Bland presenting our annual Summer Lecture.

Join us on our back lawn as Dr Bland presents his talk on WA’s first satellite Binar-1 (Noongar word for fireball). He will bring to light the Binar Space Program which is developing WA’s spacecraft engineering capability so we can take our place amongst space-faring nations. Dr Bland will also explain how the program will help NASA’s Artemis missions to the Moon.

Come early and have dinner as there will be a coffee van, and the Lesmurdie Club will be selling food at the Observatory on the night. You’re more than welcome to bring your own picnic dinner as well.

Please Note: The summer lecture will still go ahead, rain, hail or alien invasion. If on the day there is a good chance of rain then the summer lecture will be moved to Lesmurdie High School (View Map) and you’ll be informed via email and a phone call.

Book Now

To book your spot(s) at the Summer Lecture right now, you need to enter the number of people coming in and then click the date in the booking calendar. A green background denotes there is still space on the Summer Lecture, while the red background denotes the Summer Lecture is fully booked.

Once you’ve done that, click on the Book Now button and that will take you to the checkout section where you can pay.

You’ll get a confirmation email and on the night the host will ask you for the name the booking was under and then mark you off on the booking sheet.

Step 1: Choose the number of people that are coming