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J. J. from Inverell, NSW, Australia wrote on 23 March 2017 at 1:36 am:
I was watching a reddish star through the window as it was brought to my attention by a family member. It looked like a star. I asked, 'What is so special?' before I could finish, the light had begun to move in circles. Then, up and down with such a degree of speed and dexterity that I scarcely believe to be possible for an aircraft.
I went outside to get a better view but it had left before I gone out. Above where the red one had been, another bright star-like object moving in swift circles. As soon as I stepped from under the carport, the light stopped dead. After a while it started moving in spirals, circles and moved up and down and stopped again. There was street lighting in the background and this light silhouetted this thing, and I could see its outline.
What I thought was a single light in the centre of three arms, was three lights, one blue, one red, and one green. It seemed to have three arms, but I saw that it had four.
I ran inside, and got a piece of paper and pen, and ran back outside. It was still there moving around, and every now and then, the street lighting would silhouettes it. It was during these flashes, that I drew it's outline.
The first one was moving around for about five minutes.
The second one, seemed to stay longer, but eventually it stopped moving all over the place, then a burst of speed that I could barely explain, up and to the right on angle, at which point it vanished.
This sighting occurred at 00:00 hrs over Inverell, NSW.
Shell Shell from Mt Vincent wrote on 20 March 2017 at 5:41 pm:
We saw what looked like a line of light or lights over the Watagan Mountains looking South toward the Quorrobolong Valley. All of us were having a restless sleep from around 2 am, on the first dry night after a month of rain. The sky was clear and stars were visible. I got up at around 4.15 am to check on our dog and saw a large light, in the sky over the Watagan Mountains. I wasn't sure what it was so grabbed my glasses for a clearer view.
The 'line of light' seemed to be flashing/sparkling red, green and white. I woke my husband to take a look, he is at a loss to explain what it was. It seemed to move a little, but hard to detect. It stayed fairly still then moved behind the mountain and therefore out of view, after about ten minutes.
tony tony from Albury, NSW, Australia wrote on 17 March 2017 at 10:40 pm:
Hi all, second time now.
I have seen the 'moving star', however this time it stopped and has been stationary for about one hour (9:30 to 10:30 pm). I was driving north and saw the moving star in the same vicinity as the last time then it stopped (North by North East). I photographed the object but was too far off so the images were not clear.
Tony Tony from Albury, NSW, Australia wrote on 15 March 2017 at 9:14 pm:
Like Kelly and Stefan, approximately 8:30 pm tonight as my wife and I were out for our nightly walk we saw what looked like a star, moving slowly north, 'There were no flashing lights to indicate it was a plane, and then it just faded to nothing; gone into thin air.' Kelly you took the words right from my mouth so I have used your description. In fact, in the past week I have now seen three including this 'star shaped object' sightings. I believe the first two were possibly shooting stars? This was not! It was also very low in the sky and there was no noise at all, we live in a rural part of town. At this time other than the calls of the Kookaburras it is usually quiet so if it was a 'plane' of sorts we would have heard the 'engine' noises. Just came home and went on the net typed into Google for sightings and found this site.
Kelly Kelly from Charlestown wrote on 12 March 2017 at 6:15 pm:
I had no idea this website existed. I'm so intrigued now.
Stephan, like you, I was looking up at the sky at about 5.40 am on the 12 March 2017, when I observed what looked like a star, moving slowly north. There were no flashing lights to indicate it was a plane, and then it just faded to nothing; gone into thin air.
Stefan Stefan from Wollombi, NSW, Australia wrote on 11 March 2017 at 9:24 pm:
At approximately 9.10 pm on 11 March 2017 I was viewing the night sky when I witnessed a bright object that appeared to be a star. The object started moving gradually, no noise or blinking light to indicate it was an aeroplane. Watched it move across the night sky for approximately three minutes and it faded away completely.
I'm very perplexed as to what it could be. As soon as this happened there was another, on a perpendicular trajectory to the first, again no noise or blinking lights to indicate it was an aeroplane. And it also faded away completely after approximately three to four minutes.
Christina Christina from Newcastle, NSW, Australia wrote on 10 March 2017 at 10:02 pm:
I'm sorry it has taken me a few weeks to post this but I didn't know what to do with the information. It has been bothering me and I wondered if anyone else saw this object. As such I had to go back on my calendar, it was either the 11 or 12 of February 2017 (more likely Sunday the 12).
We live fairly high up and look out over the ocean. I was watching TV in the middle of the day. I have windows all along the wall behind the TV facing the ocean. Suddenly, I saw a black odd shaped object moving quickly from the left to right (north NSW, travelling south towards Newcastle). It was so strange, my initial impression was it was a black garbage bag blowing in the wind. I guess because your mind tries to explain something that you only glimpse for split-second, finding something familiar. It was so strange the way it came across that I got up and walked onto the balcony.
There was no noise coming from the object. I watched it and it had moved off to the right and stopped moving and was hovering. I was trying to understand what it was which is why I mention there was no noise, it was hovering like a helicopter. I was transfixed by it, then it reversed direction and travelled back across the way it had come but further out over the water. Sometimes it was moving slow, sometimes fast, sometimes a straight line and sometimes it kind of looped around. It eventually climbed really fast straight up then hovered for awhile now quite a distance offshore.
I was trying to keep watching it when my husband interrupted me, I turned for about three seconds and when I turned back it had vanished.
Nothing, and I mean nothing, could disappear from the skyline in that amount of time. I have lived near airports my whole life and are quite familiar with aircraft due to my previous job. I have never seen anything behave like this object.
As I watched my neighbour was outside doing yard work with his back to the object. Because the object was completely silent it did not catch his attention and I was speechless so I couldn't call out to him to look. I thought this bizarre object has just gone by this man and because it was silent he didn't notice it.
I thought it would be made mention of in the newspaper or local news but I have heard nothing. It has been bothering me ever since and I found this guestbook. I was hoping another person near the coast had seen this object.
The only thing I would add is that observing this object and straining to see clearly, what I initially took for a black garbage bag had a black underside, that for the life of me, I cannot find the words to describe. The object appeared to be more rectangular. The top, which I could see while it was hovering, appeared smaller, shiny silver in colour and circular. The object moved with purpose and made movements that were extraordinarily fast. This object was not a balloon, drone or plane.
I take heart in reading that it's not just me, other people are witnessing UFOs up and down the east coast of Australia.
Sarah Sarah from Edgeworth, NSW, Australia wrote on 9 March 2017 at 11:48 am:
John, I saw something so similar going through the Hawkesbury at 6 to 6.30 am on the same day. It came a lot closer though.

'John wrote on 8 March 2017 at 4:17 am:
Did anyone see a star like object low in the southern sky south of Grafton. NSW on the 8 March 2017, between 3 am and 4 am?
It was situated near the Canopus star and appeared to move left and right and up and down.
There was a reddish/orange light associated with it.'
Eric Davis Eric Davis from Newcastle, NSW, Australia wrote on 9 March 2017 at 10:47 am:
On 8 March 2017, at 10 pm I was standing on my patio looking across the road when I witnessed an object travelling south at high speed. The object resembled a typical flying saucer, it looked like a upturned saucer upon another.
The light emitted from the saucer was very bright white, and it seemed to be glowing. The ends were slightly rounded, and the outline was blurred. It was silent and travelled in a straight line. The saucer was visible for approximately five seconds before my view was obscured by the roof of the house opposite.
John John wrote on 8 March 2017 at 4:17 am:
Did anyone see a star like object low in the southern sky south of Grafton. NSW on the 8 March 2017, between 3 am and 4 am?
It was situated near the Canopus star and appeared to move left and right and up and down.
There was a reddish/orange light associated with it.