The Faculty of Science's museums and other collections of objects and images.
Inspiring and transforming curious minds through the collision of art and science. Pop-up exhibitions will be held around campus before the official opening of the gallery in 2020.
A collection of zoological specimens dating from the late 19th century to the present. Holds a working set of all types of animals, both vertebrate and invertebrate.
A cultural heritage collection of over 300 items relating to teaching and research in chemistry, dating from the 1850s to the 1960s.
Ed Muirhead Physics Museum
A collection of items of historical and scientific interest, concentrating on scientific apparatus constructed by former professors and staff for research purposes.
University of Melbourne Herbarium
The largest university herbarium in Australia, with an estimated 150,000 specimens. A vibrant and active teaching and research collection of international significance.
Wilsons Promontory Virtual Herbarium
Provides free public access to images and information for almost 500 taxa of plants and algae from Wilsons Promontory National Park.
Creswick Campus Historical Collection
Objects, documents and photographs relating to more than a century of forestry education at the University of Melbourne's Creswick campus.
The Burnley Archive Collection consists of over 50 metres of material that relates to the Burnley Horticultural College and its subsequent ownership by The University of Melbourne.