The Astronomical Association of Queensland (AAQ) is Queensland’s original astronomical body with a history extending back to 1896. The Association’s principal objectives are the fostering of the science of astronomy, encompassing research and public education, and the encouragement and support of observational astronomy. Membership is open to all persons interested in astronomy. At Ordinary General Meetings reports and discussions on astronomical topics are combined with a main presentation on an astronomical subject. The AAQ is based in Brisbane in the South-Eastern corner of the state of Queensland in Australia. However, we have members from across the State and welcome membership from anywhere in Australia or internationally.
The AAQ serves its members and furthers the science of astronomy by:
Further information is available on the AAQ website www.aaq.org.au. Check the website for details of times and locations for meetings and field nights and topics for presentations at meetings.