1. Andrew W

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    One of the best kept secrets in Sydney. It’s so amazing to be in this historic location. The tour was amazing and it makes you wonder how amazing the universe is. One tip: Don’t whisper in the dome, as everyone will hear you 🙂

  2. Rob Mulally

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    I went to the Sydney observatory as a child and love it.There were lots of interactive displays with balls to roll and things to play with.Besides that being taken away the displays look like they haven’t been updated since i was a child. The films quality are low and the place is not great value for money. Did two film and observation tours on the same afternoon.With the internet these days a venue like this needs to stay up to date and have the lastest information available.It was a little sad with even the gift shop looking a little dated.All that said, if you go there to observe something through the telescope you won’t be disappointed. the room, function and experience is amazing.Visit quickly in the day, but go for a night experience.

  3. Jason Arnold

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    Love this place, although it’s looking a little dated. I took my wife for Valentines Day and we both enjoyed ourselves even though the weather wasn’t very cooperative. Highly recommended.

  4. Silke Elzner

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    Sydney Observatory is one of the best attractions in Sydney. You learn so much in one of their nightly tours & demonstrations – the groups are small and the guide shares lots of information. You also get to see through the telescope. If you are lucky and the skies are clear you can have fantastic views of the Milky Way. Prices are reasonable for what you get, absolutely recommended!

  5. Freida Williams

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    You should definitely visit that place if you visit Sydney. This is the oldest observatory in Sydney and and it is one of the main tourist attractions. Avoid visting it early in the morning because it is almost always full booked with school visits.