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Something for everyone

The gravity discovery centre has something for everyone, from astronomy to Astrophysics and indigenous culture to biodiversity.

Something for everyone

The gravity discovery centre has something for everyone, from astronomy to Astrophysics and indigenous culture to biodiversity.

Opening Times

10.00AM to 4.00PM

Tickets & Passes

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How to find us

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Daytime Attractions

Recreate a 300-year-old experiment from atop the leaning tower, explore the history of the universe in our cosmology gallery, take a walk through the wildflowers and discover the rich biodiversity of the region, or get hands on with some of the fundamental forces of in our discovery gallery.

The Leaning Tower of Gingin is our pride and joy here at the Gravity Discovery Centre.

View the Gravity Discovery Centre Cosmology Gallery.

The Solar System Walk is an enjoyable and educational 1km scale model of our Solar System.

The Gravity Discovery Centre is located on DBCA land and the surrounding bush land is untouched and in its original state.

In our Biodiversity Gallery, you can get up close and personal with some of our local flora and fauna.

The GDC Gingin Observatory is part of the Gravity Precinct and shares this special piece of pristine bushland...

Nighttime Attractions

Spending a night under the stars with our astronomers at the GDC observatory is an experience you will never forget. Observe planets, clusters, galaxies and nebulae as our talented staff take you on a journey throughout the cosmos.
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Leaning tower of Gingin

The Leaning Tower of Gingin is our pride and joy here at the Gravity Discovery Centre. It is an awesome feat of engineering. The Tower is an impressive 45 metre tall steel structure, leaning at an angle of 15 degrees and held in place by 180 Tons of concrete.

 

The extreme angle it leans at may very well make it the “leaniest” purpose built tower in the world. Its model and inspiration, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, leans at a mere 5.5 degrees.

 

A safe, yet thrilling climb up the 222 steps will take you to the very top of the Tower. The view from up there across the Wallingup Plains all the way to the Darling Scarp is no less than breathtaking.

Visit the Gravity Café

GREAT FOOD, GREAT COFFEE, GREAT PRICES, GREAT ATMOSPHERE!

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