The Macleay Museum is a natural history museum that serves to educate and promote Australian history, demography, scientific instruments and historical photography.
Sydney University boasts some incredible architecture, and a small and modern community environment thrives amongst its historic buildings. A walk through the university grounds can be almost as inspiring and educational as the Macleay Museum itself. After visiting museum you can relax with a meal or a coffee in one of the stylish university establishments.
Newtown and Glebe are also vibrant locations within walking distance, and are filled with cafes, old book shops and street art. Address: top floor of the Macleay Building, Science Road, University of Sydney, NSW, 2006.