National Space Society of Australia (the Australian division of the worldwide National Space Society)
Mars Society of Australia
Space Association of Australia
Australian Space Industry Chamber of Commerce
Radio Amateur Satellite Organisation of the Wireless Institute of Australia
Space Licensing and Safety Office (Australian Government)
CSIRO Office of Space Science and Applications
Curtin University Astronomical Research
Space Plasma Physics Group - University of Newcastle
Space Physics Research Group - Latrobe University
Australian International Gravitational Research Centre / Observatory
Australian Centre for Astrobiology - UNSW
Australian Centre for Space Engineering Research - University of New South Wales
Australian Space Research Institute
Apogee International based in South Australia was established
in 1995 to provide high quality satellite imagery and analysis.
Asia Pacific Aerospace Consultants was established in 1994 to provice consulting services to the international space industry with a main focus on the Asia-Pacific area.
Electro-Optical Systems based in Canberra is involved in satellite laser ranging, and has interests in tracking space objects and mitigating space debris.
Genesis Software manufactures meteor radar systems, and conducts research in this area. They are based in Adelaide.
Optus owns and operates the Australian geosynchronous communications satellite network. This provides essential communications and television to sites all over Australia.
The Canberra Deep Space Communications Complex at Tidbinbilla is one of three NASA Deep Space Network (DSN) sites for tracking interplanetary spacecraft missions. The other two are located in Spain and in California. The CDSCC is located in the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) about 35 km south-west of Canberra, and hosts an excellent visitor's centre. It is the only site in Australia where you can see a piece of moon rock retrieved by Apollo astronauts.
The Zadko Telescope - University of Western Australia
The Anglo-Australian Observatory - Siding Spring NSW
Australia Telescope National Facility (CSIRO) - radio telescope network
Mount Stromlo and Siding Spring Observatories (The Australian National University)
The Murchison Radio-Astronomy Observatory WA
Astronomical Group of Western Australia
Astronomical Society of South Australia
Southern Astronomical Society (southern Queensland)
Astronomical Society of Victoria
SETI Research and Community Development Institute Ltd
Russian Federal Space Agency
European Space Agency
French Space Agency
German Aerospace Centre
Italian Space Agency
Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency
China National Space Administration
Indian Space Research Organisation
South Korean Space Agency (Korean Aerospace Research Institute)
Indonesian National Institute of Aeronautics and Space
In New South Wales in Wollongong:
In Queensland in Brisbane:
In South Australia in Adelaide:
In Tasmania, at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery:
In Victoria there are two main planetariums. In Melbourne the H V McKay Planetarium has been replaced by the:
In Western Australia at Scitech in Perth:
In New Zealand in Auckland:
The Australasian Planetarium
Society is an organisation for the exchange of information and ideas
relating to planetariums in the Australasian region.