The Mornington Peninsula Astronomical
Society prides itself on extending its facilities and
services to the general public, educational bodies, and
other public societies.
than just a club, the Society aims to be a resource to the
community and to its members.
school extra-curricular activities, the Mornington Peninsula
Astronomical Society has numerous flexible solutions to
bring astronomy to the people. Either having engagements
held at our public viewing dark site in Mount Martha (Briars
Park, see how
to get there...), or at your school
can provide interesting and informative presentations using
our or your in house facilities, with Powerpoint being one
of our preferred medias. In addition to this, we have a
group of dedicated members who will bring their telescopes
to your location (note this is location limited).
For our presentations, we can bring along a
range of impressive meteorite samples, including rare ones
from Australia and overseas, and sometimes, possibly a piece
of the famous Cranbourne meteorite.
To date over 38,000 visitors have enjoyed
the MPAS presentations and telescopes.
If you are interested in more information,
please click through on the below link:
EMAIL US FOR MORE INFORMATION