SEQAS provides many free community activities, such as Urban Observers, Dark Sky nights and away camps. Come on in and see the stars, planets, nebulae, and galaxies in the night sky.
We can help you make the right decision when looking to buy a telescope or give you some guidance in using your telescope if you are having problems with handling it. Our members have many years of experience in the field of amateur astronomy and we would love to help you get the most out of this fascinating hobby. :)
Free community star viewing
Become a part of the club!
Let your students see the moon and planets up close through our telescopes.
Get away for a weekend of dark skies and see faint deep sky objects like galaxies, nebulae and more!
|May 27, 2022 | 12:00||numbers to be confirmed and subject to availability|
The Multicultural Taste of the World Festival 2022
|June 4, 2022 | 12:30||Proudly sponsored by the Brisbane Malayall Association. The event runs from 12:30 to 20:30. SEQAS is looking at participating in this event as a means of kickstarting our public outreach|
Observing Session Barrett St. Reserve
|June 11, 2022 | 17:00||Open to SEQAS members and their guests|
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May 2022 Update
As you are all aware, Astrofest is being held at Duckadang from Friday 22nd July through to Sunday 31st July 2022 for the first time since 2019 and everyone is encouraged to consider supporting this event by attending one or more nights or purchasing raffle tickets. Please read the open letter from the Astrofest committee.
Registration for Queensland Astrofest 2022 is available online. Goto the Queensland Astrofest website. Full details of the sponsors and prizes they have donated can also be found on the website.
The SEQAS display continues at the Bracken Ridge Library until the end of the month. Come and have a look!
Also, don't forget Boondooma Homestead from Friday 27th July - the committee is keeping an eye on weather conditions and will keep you informed...
The next general meeting will be on Tuesday 17th May at 7.30pm at Bracken Ridge Library. There will be a presentation about the upcoming astrocamp at Boondooma Homestead, a once-a-year event at a great dark sky location.
The display of current and old SEQAS/general astronomy items continues at the Bracken Ridge Library. Come and have a look!
Registration for Queensland Astrofest 2022 is now available online. Goto the Queensland Astrofest website - scroll down the page and you will find some important booking infomation and a direct link to the registration page, or just use the registration link in the top menu.
Our next general meeting will be held on Tuesday 19th April 2022 at 7.30pm at the Bracken Ridge Library. Light refreshments will be available at the meeting. Skype should also be available for those not able to or not wishing to attend.
From the 19th April through to the end of May, SEQAS will have a display at the Bracken Ridge Library. We are looking for members to provide suitable items - photographs, small items of equipment etc. If you have something suitable, please contact Julie for more information.
The National Australian Convention of Amateur Astronomers [NACAA] is being held on the 16th and 23rd of April [two days] - a decision was made by the NACAA Committee to hold the event online. Registration is free. Members should have received advice of this upcoming event.
The recent weekend camp at Watts Bridge was well attended and those present had an enjoyable time. The next camp will be held at Watts Bridge from Friday 29th April to the Monday for those able to stay the extra night - more details will be available at the upcoming general meeting.
Also, as you know, the club is planning to travel to Boondooma Homestead again this year, 27th to 30th May. Could you please let a committee member know if you are intending to attend. More details were in the email sent to members 28th March.
Our next general meeting will be held on Tuesday 15th March 2022 at 7.30pm at the Bracken Ridge Library. A mask may be required to enter the building, so please have one with you if you are planning on attending the meeting. The mask may be removed at the meeting and light refreshments will be available. Skype should also be available for those not able to or wishing to attend.
Hope everyone stayed safe during the recent rain event - unfortunately, our first camp of the year was a casualty and was cancelled. Our next camp will be held at Watts Bridge from Friday 1st April to the Monday for those able to stay the extra night - more details will be available at the upcoming general meeting.
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