The University of Melbourne is equipped with state-of-the art campuses. We’re creating a range of sustainable facilities and precincts to enable ground-breaking discovery and collaboration through the 21st century.
Our historic main campus in central Melbourne is at the heart of a network of three globally recognised innovation precincts. Six specialist campuses across Victoria provide immersive education in life sciences and agriculture.
Our diverse museums and galleries, ranging from the Ian Potter Museum of Art to the newly opened Science Gallery Melbourne, provide access to the knowledge, research and culture curated at the University.
Powered by the University of Melbourne and consortium partners, Melbourne Connect brings leading researchers, investors, start-ups, students and artists together in a purpose-built innovation precinct.
A major urban renewal project is creating the University’s newest precinct. A globally connected hub where industry, government and community will transform education whilst supercharging engineering and design innovation.
The Illumina-University of Melbourne Genomics Hub will transform the health outcomes for all Australians by delivering first-hand, practical experience and fostering a pipeline of commercially focused genomics innovation projects.