The Murchison Region of Western Australia is home to some of the darkest skies in the world. Vast expanses of cattle country and mulga bush, with very sparse human activity mean very little light pollution to interfere with astrophotography.

Wooleen Station owners David and Frances have pioneered a sustainable approach to agriculture in Australia, and their efforts to restore the lands native flora and fauna make this the perfect location to learn Astrophotography.

Workshop includes:

  • 3 nights accommodation and all meals
  • 2 night workshops
  • 2 processing workshops