Australian Space Agency

We are transforming and growing a globally respected Australian space sector. Learn about our strategic priorities and initiatives.

What we do

Space technologies and services benefit all Australians.

They underpin a lot of the daily conveniences Australians have come to expect, including things like:

  • weather forecasting
  • emergency management
  • internet access
  • online banking
  • GPS.

Space technology can also help:

  • farmers monitor the health of their crops
  • emergency response workers track bushfires
  • mining vehicles work autonomously.

Learn about how we support these important activities. 

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Developing Australia's space industry capability

What we are doing to develop our space industry and how we collaborate with businesses in the industry.

Leading international space collaboration

We are actively involved in the national and international space industry.

Regulating Australian space activities

Rules and regulations for Australian space activities and how they are enforced.

Space funding and initiatives

Australia’s space projects and funding opportunities for businesses.

Australian Space Discovery Centre

Be inspired at the Australian Space Discovery Centre with stories of innovation, curiosity and technology from the space sector.

About the Australian Space Agency

Meet our executive team and advisory board.

Latest news

Silentium Oculus technology
Australian Space Agency

World-class observatory to track space objects

Silentium Defence has created the first observatory of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere, using passive radar and neuromorphic imaging technologies to provide critical data.
Saber operations room
Australian Space Agency

Software to help satellite enterprises off the ground

Saber Astronautics has created a user-friendly software link between satellites and mission control centres, to help emerging space enterprises can earn revenue faster.
Image from cover of the Robotics and Automation roadmap showing an illustration of the lunar surface with multiple rovers and Earth in the distance.
Australian Space Agency

Robotics and Automation on Earth and in Space Roadmap webinar: pitch your organisation

The Australian Space Agency is calling for expressions of interest to pitch at an upcoming Robotics and Automation public webinar.
Outline of ‘flip-flop’ shoe print in the surface of the moon with text in the centre of the footprint which reads ‘G’day Moon’
Australian Space Agency

G’day Moon: Australia’s boldest adventure yet

The Australian Space Agency’s new campaign to promote Australia’s first lunar mission.
Rocket ready for launch
Australian Space Agency

Proposed changes to space and high power rocket activities: have your say

We are seeking feedback on proposed changes to the Space (Launches and Returns) (General) Rules 2019 and Space (Launches and Returns) (High Power Rocket) Rules 2019.