The UNE Natural History Museum is located in the Agricultural Education Building W077 on the University of New England’s main campus in Armidale NSW. It can be accessed from Trevenna Road, adjacent to Pharmacy in the McClymont Building (W034). A campus map is available by clicking here.
For more detailed directions put your location in the map below, or view our location which is marked.
You can use the turning circle at the front of the W077 building to drop visitors right at the door of the Museum. There are two 2-hour parking spaces on Trevenna Road near the grassy area out the front of the Museum building, or alternatively, there is a visitor carpark (Western Carpark) further down Trevenna Road on your left.
Monday – Friday: 9:30am – 4:30pm
The Museum is closed on weekends, public holidays and from 24 December – 1 January (inclusive) each year. Keep your eye out for special events in our what’s on page!
Self-guided tours: groups of 10 people, or less, are welcome to visit our Museum without notice for a self-guided tour. For groups of more than 10, please contact us via email to ensure Museum availability; we use the Museum for undergraduate teaching during trimester as well as intensive schools.
Guided tours: we offer 30-minute guided tours to groups of any size. Please book a guided UNE Natural History Museum tour for school and community groups directly via email. Our students and academics offer insight into the evolutionary history of our biological collections, and can talk specifically on their area of expertise.
Exploratory Activities: for larger groups, including school and education-focused visits, we also offer a choice of six, 45-minute exploratory activities for groups of up to 30 students from preschool age through to Year 10. Please click here for more information.
Please feel free to contact us by email to find out more about any of our group tours and programs.