Stardome Observatory & Planetarium

Mon 9:30am–5pm Tues– Sun 9:30am–5pm & 6pm–10:30pm

Sharing the love and mātauranga of all things space since 1967

An exciting programme of events all year round including Music and Lasers Tuesday nights 8pm (must be seated by 7.45). Relive two of the greatest rock albums of all time in our planetarium theatre – ‘Dark Side of the Moon’ and ‘The Wall’. Sit back and revel in the surround sound with psychedelic images projected on the dome ceiling, to go along with the music. Bookings essential.

Entry to Space Gallery & Exhibits $2 per adult,Planetarium Show: Our Night Sky Adults $15 Concessions available

For more info visit:



670 Manukau Rd
One Tree Hill Domain


09 624 1246



Stardome's entrance, planetarium, and toilets are wheelchair accessible. The planetarium has space for 3-4 wheelchairs depending on size and type. The Zeiss telescope is not wheelchair accessible and has four steps leading up to it.


Free parking outside Stardome or on Haydn Ave. 90 minute parking available in other areas of Cornwall Park. If visiting in the evening, please be aware that the Cornwall Park lower playground carpark is locked after 7pm.

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