Self-driving is ill-advised - We understand that there are some who would like to self-drive to the site location to join us, even though the expedition package is inclusive of transport. This will be allowed provided the attendee commit to the full fees even if he/her does not take the catered transport. Do note that the transport is already pre-booked in advance regardless of attendees being able to make it there on their own or not. Additionally, it can be a hassle driving to-and-fro the site (over 200km total) and can be dangerous.
Use red light - All attendees are required to adhere to the red light policy. This means that during night fall, especially when the night is clear, all are advised to refrain from using white light. Unless it is an exigency, attendees are highly recommended to use red light torches. This is practiced to preserve the night adaptation of the other attendees.
Electricity - One can use electricity to power their telescope equipment. Attendees are advised to use the electricity for telescopes, laptops, dew heaters, cameras, etc. However, please refrain from using coffee makers, microwave ovens, clothing dryers, large screen TVs, and other high current draw devices. Everyone loses if a breaker pops.
No WiFi - Please note that there is no WiFi on site. Enjoy the natural surroundings.
Music - Do help yourself but please be considerate to those who may not have the same taste in music. When in doubt, ask.
Sleep - After endless hours of viewing and imaging the cosmos, rest is a much needed thing. If you happen to be an early rise, please keep quiet. Courtesy allows for observers/imagers to sleep until noon, so please be considerate.
Behaviour - Please observe common courtesy towards others on site - be considerate of all and if you have any doubt, ask.
Green Lasers - Do note that although there is no strict policy against the use of green lasers, do not point them at any person, land target, or aircraft and be considerate of imagers.