Reedy Creek Observatory
Reedy Creek Observatory (obs. code: 428) is an astronomical observatory the location for observations of near-Earth objects by John Broughton, an Australian amateur astronomer.
The observatory is located in Reedy Creek, a suburb of Gold Coast, Queensland, at 66 metres (217 ft) above sea level.
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