The Society is based in Melbourne, Australia and includes city and country members, as well some in other states and overseas. It attracts people with a wide range of astronomical interests, ages, abilities and experience. Originally founded in 1922, it is the largest such organisation in the southern hemisphere.
Membership is open to all with an interest in astronomy.
The 2015 Victorian Astronomical Convention will be hosted by Bendigo District Astronomical Society.
The venue will be at Discovery Science & Technology Centre, 7 Railway Place, Bendigo.
Register now for the Early Bird full weekend package, available until February 15th, 2015.
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Great Melbourne Telescope Restoration Project
The restoration of the Great Melbourne Telescope is a key project for the Society. Issue 10 of the Phoenix newsletter is now available for download on the dedicated GMT page. This edition includes an article on the the 150th Anniversary of Melbourne Observatory.
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