21 March 2011
It's a year since the newly refurbished Carter Observatory opened its doors to the public, and to celebrate, they're putting on a fun day for the whole family this Sunday (27 March).
Children will have free entry to Carter Observatory on 27 March
Children will be given free entry to mark the occasion (admission is usually $8 for children over four years old), and there'll be a party atmosphere with balloons, a sausage sizzle and face painting. Be there for 2.00pm to see the birthday cake being cut, and also to get a piece.
Activities include working on a huge paper mache earth, and there'll be extra screenings of Tycho to the Moon in the planetarium at 10.15am and 1.00pm and The Problem with Pluto at 3.00pm.
For more information, phone
(04) 910 3140 or go to:
Carter Observatory website