Science Groups in Melbourne and Victoria Australia
Science Groups and Links in Melbourne and Victoria
Astronomical Society of Melbourne Inc
Astronomical Society of Victoria – The society was formed in 1922. It is based in Melbourne and also has members from regional Victoria.
Bendigo District Astronomical Society – Meetings are held monthly at the Discovery Science & Technology Centre.
Latrobe Valley Astronomical Society – The society has an observatory on Coach Hill Rd, Yallourn. Founded in 1954.
Melbourne’s Astronomy Central – Created by Astrophysics Group, School of Physics, at The University of Melbourne with the aim of educating the general public.
Mornington Peninsula Astronomical Society – Formerly the the Astronomical Society of Frankston. Founded in 1969.
The Royal Society of Victoria – Formed in 1854 to foster and promote science including astronomy, anthropology, agriculture, geology, and other natural sciences, engineering, meteorology and more. Housed in Victoria St, Melbourne.
Science Teacher’s Association of Victoria – A non-profit organisation that aims to provide leadership, support, services, programs and resources for all levels of science education.
Snake Valley Astronomical Association – Meet monthly to observe. Visitors are welcome on Friday nights. Located on Carngham Linton Rd, Snake Valley.
Victorian Skeptics – Victorian branch of the Australian Skeptics, a science-based organisation run by volunteers. The Skeptics encourage people to be careful about what they believe. Science Centres and Observatories in Melbourne and Victoria