Astronomy enthusiasts will like it very much. Come and feel the mystery of the universe. It's spectacular.
Australia's largest planetarium. Every day, a large number of astronomy enthusiasts come here to visit. Especially the primary and secondary school students in Australia are the main visitors here. Australian schools attach great importance to encyclopedic education for children.
In fact, the library is very small. We can read all the model and photo captions in 30 minutes at a rather slow speed. At 2 o'clock, Pasport to Universe, 13.2, student price 10.8, went into the dome to watch, first introduced the major stars in the Milky Way where the Earth is. Then the lecturer introduced the Southern Cross with real-time astronomical telescopes. He explained how to look at the twelve constellations. He could see that the telescopes in the center were turning. It was really eye-opening.
Located at the entrance to the Botanical Garden in Brisbane, Sir Tom's Astronomical Center is the only independent astronomical center in Australia. It was also Neil Armstrong's favorite place to visit as a child. There are many different types of telescopes, with special staff to help visitors point out the location of planets. There are also regular exhibitions and science and education film exhibitions in the Astronomical Museum.
After visiting the Botanical Garden, I saw the Astronomical Museum and took the children to visit it to cultivate their interest.