Canberra Deep Space Communication Complex
As part of NASA's Deep Space Network, they provide the vital two-way radio link with dozens of robotic spacecraft exploring the Solar System and beyond.
Just a 45 minute drive from the heart of Canberra, located in the beautiful Tidbinbilla valley. The Complex is dominated by the giant antenna dishes which send commands to and receive data from spacecraft exploring planets hundreds of millions and billions of kilometres from Earth.
Come and discover the latest news and images from across the universe. Watch a movie or grab a coffee at the Moon Rock Cafe.
It's your universe, discover it today.
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELER RATING
Ranked #1 of 8 things to do in Fyshwick on TripAdvisor
Certificate of Excellence 2015
TRIPADVISOR TRAVELER REVIEWS
Well worth the trip. It's a lovely drive out through some fine scenery - and the restaurant there isv't too bad. Plus, that's an awfully large sattelite dish. A good way to get out of town and kill a...
We took a lovely drive in the outer surrounds of Canberra, visited the Mt Stromlo ruins from the bushfire, then onto the Deep Space Complex at Tidbinbilla. An interesting place with lots to watch and...
We drove out on a Saturday to make a day of the Space complex and Tidbinbilla. It's worth the drive out there and great that the space complex is free. There are two movies playing in different...
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