USQ has a range of facilities supporting its education, research and outreach activities:

Mt. Kent Observatory: This facility is located at a dark-sky site near Cambooya on Queensland’s Darling Downs and is used for astronomical education and student research training, staff research, and occasional outreach (as a USQ laboratory USQ is not open to the public). The facility has a suite of modern remote-access telescopes housed in separate domes as follows:

Visit the Mt. Kent Observatory web site for comprehensie information on the site's facilities.

Northern sky access: Remote access to Moore Observatory in the USA though USQ’s Shared Skies Partnership with the University of Louisville enables southern hemisphere dwellers to observe otherwise inaccessible northern skies.

On-campus Public Access Facility: This is a USQ Toowoomba campus observatory used for education and outreach purposes and is equipped with special filters for solar viewing.

Computing facilities: USQ has extensive computing facilities including a High Performance Computing (HPC) cluster, and the provision of specialised software for stellar astronomy and planetary systems research.