Save Sydney Observatory from yoga sessions – survey closes March 9

A survey is closing tomorrow (March 9) for the public’s thoughts on their experience of the Sydney Observatory in The Rocks, and what they think the building and site should be used for.

Apparently a marketing firm has been commissioned to run a survey on future use of the Sydney Observatory site. We are told that they are looking to “think outside the square” and that the current front runner is to convert it to a place to practice yoga!

Please fill out the survey to express your views. If you ever needed to protect and promote science and astronomy (not to mention significant cultural and historical heritage) this is it.

Those who enter have the chance to win an iPad Air worth $569.00. (To enter the draw you will need to provide your contact details at the end of the survey – but you can choose to keep your survey responses anonymous.)

The Observatory forms part of the Museum of Applied Arts & Science, which also includes the Powerhouse Museum.

The survey can be found here.

One thought on “Save Sydney Observatory from yoga sessions – survey closes March 9”

  1. I think the Observatory should remain just that. If for reason some additional funds are needed to maintain it I have no objection for yoga classes to be held in it.

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