Our campuses buzz with activity, bringing together students and researchers from all over the world to work and study.
Our oldest buildings date from the 1850s and continue to delight and inspire students, staff and visitors. But we’re always working to improve our campuses so we can attract the most talented people to work and study here. The investment we are making in our infrastructure today will allow us to develop our facilities to support excellence in teaching and research far into the future.
Read about recently completed projects such as the Nepean Clinical School, Concord Medical Education Centre and the Centre for Carbon, Water and Food, and how they will change the future of our students, staff and community.
These are some of our current building projects, which will greatly increase the facilities we offer to current and future researchers and students, and our capacity for research.