The Faculty of Science has a presence at three of the University of Melbourne’s seven campuses: Parkville, Burnley and Creswick.
Explore our campuses
Located just a few minutes from Melbourne's central business district, the Parkville Campus is the main campus of the University of Melbourne. Most teaching and research in the Faculty of Science occurs here.
Teaching and research in horticulture and landscape management takes place at the Burnley Campus. Burnley is located around 5km east of the centre of Melbourne, and is set among heritage-listed gardens.
The Creswick Campus is home to the University's teaching and research in forest ecosystem science. Located approximately 130km west of Melbourne, Creswick is set among gardens including an arboretum, and is close to native and plantation forests.
Museums and collections
From the newly-opened Science Gallery to the largest herbarium in Australia, the Faculty of Science boasts a number of impressive museums and other collections of objects and images across three campuses.
Researchers, visitors and collaborators with the Faculty of Science have access to world-leading technology platforms, facilities and research services, including experimental equipment, advanced analytical services and collaborative projects with other world-leading organisations across the globe.