Blue Mountains Stargazing Astronomy Tour


Embark on a captivating space journey in the endless beauty of the World Heritage-listed Greater Blue Mountains skies. Join us for a fun, interactive and insightful nocturnal tour and stargazing experience starting at Wentworth Falls Picnic area. 
Perfect night out for all ages, date nights, singles, families, groups and locals. This unforgettable tour features Australia’s spectacular night sky away from the city lights. A wonderful opportunity to experience the Southern Sky and its celestial wonders only visible from the Southern hemisphere.

We'll start the tour with a quick introduction of the history of the Blue Mountains through time. We'll follow with tips and hacks on how to identify stars and constellations with the naked-eye and introduce you to the celestial dance of planets, satellites, navigation, the Universe, our home Galaxy and beyond...

You will then observe through the professional-grade telescope objects such as (depending on the time of year and night):

- The Moon and its craters and seas 
- Saturn’s rings
- The moons of Jupiter
- Mars & Venus
- The Orion Nebula
- Star clusters 
- Double & triple stars
- Deep space objects such as galaxies and our fabulous Milky Way 
- Shooting stars if you are lucky!

We will explain in detail every object and answer to your questions.

We will meet at Wentworth Falls Picnic area, at the Jamison lookout. It is easy to access for everyone, wheelchair friendly, there is plenty of parking, it is accessible by public transport with train and bus. Toilets are nearby, there is also a large wooden bench if you want to sit down or lay down with the binoculars. It offers a fabulous sunset vista at the lookout!

Tours start after the sun sets, at 6.30pm in September, 7pm in October, 7.30p, in November and 8pm in December. The tour is 1h30. 
Max 10 people.
Private group available on request 10 max

We look forward to sharing this moment with you in this special place in the world.

Dimitri & Caroline

About you guide, Dr Dimitri Douchin

When I was a child, my parents told me that I was always looking at stars up into the sky. Fast-forward 25 years later, I was graduating with a PhD in Astronomy & Astrophysics from Macquarie University. 

I absolutely love sharing my passion with the public. I have 10+ years experience and an extensive experience working with children. I worked as an Astronomy guide at Sydney Observatory, at Mt John Observatory, the world-renowned astronomical observatory in Lake Tekapo (New Zealand) and as an Astronomy & Field Guide at the luxury resort Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley (Blue Mountains).

I spend my time exploring the Blue Mountains looking for aboriginal engravings, making my natural-materials survival gear and developing my men’s coaching business. My fiancé Caroline and I found our home sanctuary in Leura in the Blue Mountains.

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Wentworth Falls Picnic area