Want to nail your debut Instagram post at the University of Sydney? From the iconic to the hidden, these campus locations are seriously photogenic, #usydhereicome.
When it comes to Instagrammable spots, you can’t go past the Quad. With its beautiful 19th-century sandstone and Hogwarts vibes, there’s little wonder that it’s a favourite for tourists and students alike.
Since it opened in 2016, the Abercrombie Building has been a hotspot for aesthetic architecture shots – it’s hard to take a bad shot of that spectacular spiral staircase.
With its dramatic doors and stairways, the Anderson Stuart Building proves that the Quad isn’t the only place on campus to take a killer sandstone shot.
Who’d have thought you could find a grungy tunnel in the midst of our austere, picturesque campus? It provides a colour-drenched backdrop perfect for showcasing street style.
Wander down to Victoria Park for an unrivalled view of the Quad in all its glory.
This hidden gem can be found in the Old Teachers’ College, and is especially stunning in jacaranda season.
The building’s glass façade was designed with wooden louvres to track the light, but even the architects couldn’t predict how spectacularly the windows would reflect the sunset.
With its pearl-white flowing walkways snaking around a six-storey atrium, the futuristic Charles Perkins Centre makes a strong case for coolest interior on campus.
Play with lines and shadows in our state-of-the-art nanoscience hub.
This light and airy cafe is Scandinavian-chic, with the added bonus of Insta-worthy pizzas.
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