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Gingin Observatory Achievements

GINGIN OBSERVATORY'S ACHIEVEMENTS

CURRENTLY..

Gingin Observatory WA Tourism Awards Finalist 2014

Finalist WA Tourism Awards  2014

 

 

Gingin Observatory were announced finalists in the WA Tourism Awards 2014.  We would like to say thankyou and are greatful to eveyone for you support , especially our Galaxy Team.

 

 

 

Gingin Observatory Joondalup Business of the Year Finalist 2014!!!

2014 Finalist Business of the Year AwardGingin Observatory was a finalist in the Small Business Awards 2014 - Business of the Year - Joondalup Business Association. The Event was attended by the owner  Hans Wunderlin ( aka Hans Solo)  attended the event on the 21st June 2014. We would like to say thankyou to everyone who was involved in helping us to acheive this award.

 

 

 

PAST ....

Gingin Observatory Finalist in the Tourist Attractions category of the 2010 Western Australian Tourism Awards.

The Tourism Council WA announced all the finalists at the Finals Fever Functions held simultaneously in Perth and Margaret River.  All Observatory staff attended the event to hear the exciting news. Gingin Observatory’s Head Astronomer, Mr Grant Thornett (AKA Mr Universe!), said “This is a great achievement for the Observatory. We’re a great team of science communicators at Gingin Observatory and it’s a wonderful reward to be recognised as one of the top attractions in the WA tourism industry.”

FUTURE ....

Gingin Observatory now plan for 2015 now to enter the Awards as we  truly think that this time we have a good chance of winning an award as we believe that the Gingin Observatory is the only one of its kind in Australia.  Following our live stream broadcast for NASA TV Live, The Gingin Observatory is now recognised by over 9 million viewers. It apparently eclipsed the previous title holder - the landing of Mars Science Lab. There were 1.4million viewers during the live commentary on the closest approach of the Asteroid 2012 DA 14. Thankyou to NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) in the California Institute of Technology for allowing us have the privalige of being involved in this historic event and thankyou to our Team for without them we could not of done it !!

DREAM / VISION

 Our new building  our future a new theatre ; cafe; children's playground; and a safe environment for all the family.  Asset to the region.

Cost to build is around 2 million dollars. We are currently seeking funding to continue with this project to be the most unique tourism business in Australia if you would like to contribute  money towards this project contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.   

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