Explore our campus

Students at the Quadrangle

Our University is an amazing place, why not join our tours on Open Day to find out where you can study, hang out, and even live, on campus?


Campus tours

Tours depart at 9am, 9.30am, 10am, 10.30am, 11am, 11.30am, 1pm, 1.30pm, 2pm, 2.30pm and 3pm from under the Clocktower at University Place

Come on a 30-minute guided tour of the Camperdown Campus led by one of our Student Ambassadors to get an insider's look at the campus and ask any of those burning questions.


Accommodation tours

Living on campus at one of our residential colleges adds another dimension to your life at university. It can be a whole lot of fun. The colleges provide academic support as well as plenty of social and sporting activities for you to take part in.

You can visit our residential colleges (Sancta Sophia, St Andrew's, St Paul's, Women's College, Wesley College, International House, St John's and Mandelbaum House) on Open Day to tour their facilities and meet current residents.

Visit the accommodation stalls (stall 10–13) in the Quadrangle for more information about residential colleges.


Museum tours

Guided tours depart at 11am, 1pm and 2pm. Curator Dr Georgia Cole will give a talk in the Art Gallery at 12pm.

Visit the Nicholson Museum (archaeology and antiquities), the Macleay Museum (natural and cultural history) and the University Art Gallery (visual arts). See permanent displays ranging from Egyptian mummies to taxidermy specimens and browse the current exhibitions.

Our museums are open from 10am to 4pm.


Charles Perkins Centre tours

Tours depart at 10am, 11am, 12pm and 1pm from the foyer of the Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub.

At the new Charles Perkins Centre research and education hub we're bringing together brilliant minds from various disciplines to tackle some of the world's greatest health challenges: obesity, diabetes, cardiovascular disease and related conditions. Join us for tours of the hub's stunning atrium and learning spaces, including the X-lab, the most advanced wet-lab teaching facility in Australia.

Tours run for 30 minutes. You will need to wear enclosed shoes to join this tour.


Faculty tours

Visit the faculty that teaches your area of academic interest and get acquainted with the broad range of resources available to you.

Architecture, Design and Planning

Wilkinson Building

Our impressive digital fabrication and robotics facilities are instrumental in expanding our students' design capabilities. Our annual collaborations with Sculpture by the Sea and Vivid Sydney are testament to the importance of turning abstract concepts into workable, tangible, full-scale projects that push the limits of technology in design.

We welcome Open Day visitors to our showcase exhibitions of 2D and 3D work created using multiple mediums, as well as the mid-year Master of Architecture graduate exhibition and the long-standing Noel Chettle Art Awards across level one of the Wilkinson Building.

While you're here, have fun with our interactive robot games, where you can race a robot through a skills challenge.


Engineering and IT Precinct

Our labs, teaching spaces and learning hubs are designed to help you get the most out of your university experience. Take a tour of our extensive facilities, including more than a dozen different labs and workshops, our motion and static flight simulators and our wind tunnel. You'll even get to check out our 3D printers and new robots.

Join us for a free BBQ lunch on the Engineering lawns, 12.30 – 2pm

Aeronautical Engineering

Tours depart at 9.30am and 12.30pm from the PNR Building foyer after the mini lectures.

Take a trip through our labs where you will see our flight simulators, wind tunnel, unmanned aerial vehicles and a prototype aircraft.

Biomedical Engineering

Tours depart at 11.30am and 2.30pm from the PNR Building foyer immediately after the mini lectures.

Explore biomaterials engineering, find out about total hip and knee replacements and our work on synthetic scaffolds for bone reconstruction and microspheres for drug delivery.

Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering

Tours depart every half-hour from 10.30am to 2pm from the upstairs entrance (on the footbridge) to the PNR Building.

Experience a first-year teaching session and check out the three-storey distillation column, crystalliser and other facilities.

Civil Engineering

Tours depart at 10am and 1pm from the PNR Building foyer after the mini lectures.

Join us for a tour of our structures, soils and fluid labs.

Electrical and Information Engineering

Tours depart every half-hour from 9am to 3pm from the PNR Building foyer.

Visit our power lab, where students work in a professional environment with actual industrial systems. See the new solar power switching demonstration and the national broadband network fibre optics display.

Information Technologies

Tours depart at 11am and 2pm from the PNR Building foyer after the mini lectures.

After hearing about computer science and information systems at our mini lecture, take a tour of our facilities and participate in demonstrations of information visualisation, tabletop technologies and robotics.

Mechanical Engineering

Tours depart at 11am and 2pm from the PNR Building foyer after the mini lectures.

Explore the mechanical labs where you’ll see our 3D printer, the motorman robot, rapid prototyping and the clubman car.
we will also visit the materials engineering lab in the Madsen Building.

Mechatronic Engineering

Tours depart at 10.30am and 1.30pm from the PNR Building foyer.

See our new robots on the lawn and in the labs, including the Ladybird and Baxter – our new humanoid robot and brand new to Australia. Our world-renowned field robotics lab will also be open, showcasing our autonomous underwater vehicles and cow-herding robots, Shrimp and Mantis.

Project Management

Tours depart at 11.30am and 2.30pm from the PNR Building foyer after the mini lectures.

See our new state-of-the-art teaching spaces and hear about the complex systems research that informs our teaching. Check out visualisations of social network models and have a go at making one yourself.