- Burnley campus
The Burnley Campus is a dynamic multidisciplinary research centre with a focus on green infrastructure, urban ecology, ecohydrology and forest science. It is renowned for teaching and research in environmental and ornamental horticulture. Set on 9 hectares of heritage-listed gardens, the grounds began operating as a learning centre at the forefront of horticultural education in 1891. A strong collective of academics and contributors continue to develop education in horticultural processes to meet industry demands.
- Creswick campus
Situated on 20 hectares of land with adjacent native and plantation forests, Creswick has been an important location for forest science education since 1910, the historic campus containing original goldfields architecture significant to Victoria's heritage. It is Australia's only dedicated forest ecosystem science campus. Staff and students undertake extensive research in forest ecosystem conservation, forest industries and molecular biology.
- Parkville campus
Parkville is the central University of Melbourne campus, located just north of the Melbourne CBD, and is home to over 30,000 students. The campus dates from the mid-nineteenth century with many historic buildings and gardens. The seven schools in the Faculty of Science all have a presence in the Parkville Campus.