September's Explore Melbourne tours have been postponed until later in the year.
If you have a booking already, you'll receive updates from us by email.
To receive an invite for future tours and events please register your interest by creating a UniMelb Account, and opting in to receive marketing communications. If you already have an account, we'll be in touch soon.
In the meantime you can take a virtual tour, discover our new Student Precinct as well as view the online creative arts exhibition exploring our students' connection to campus through their own visual arts, video and written projects.
Explore University Accommodation and our residential colleges now, with UniMelb On-Demand.
About the tours
Our friendly team will be on hand to answer all your questions about studying at Melbourne and every Explore Melbourne tour will be joined by one of our current students who will show you some of their favourite places on campus.
Explore Parkville tours are 90 minutes and begin with an exploration of some of our most iconic places at the Parkville campus before taking a closer look at a number of discipline-specific teaching and learning spaces. We recommend choosing the tour that best matches your future study interests.
Explore Southbank, Explore Werribee and Explore Dookie are all unique 90 minute experiences that take place on each respective campus.
Explore Parkville - Engineering, IT , Science, Agriculture and Health
Explore all that our Parkville campus has to offer, including Murrup Barak and Melbourne Connect. On this tour you'll also see the Engineering precinct and the (CAREN) lab, the Western Edge Biosciences Building and the Biomedical precinct.
Explore Parkville - Arts, Design, Commerce, Law and Teaching
Explore all that our Parkville campus has to offer, including Murrup Barak and Melbourne Connect. On this tour you'll also see the Glyn Davis Building, home to the Melbourne School of Design, The Spot building, featuring the Giblin Eunson Library, and the Arts West building and Old Arts.
Explore Southbank - Fine Arts and Music
Highlights include the Wilin Centre for Indigenous Arts and Cultural Development, the Ian Potter Southbank Centre, the new home for the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music featuring the Kenneth Myer Auditorium and Hansen Dyer Hall and the Margaret Lawrence Gallery and the Buxton Contemporary to see the latest exhibitions.
Explore Werribee - Veterinary Sciences
Explore one of Australia’s leading veterinary hospital facilities, the U-Vet Werribee Animal Hospital, as well as student spaces, and teaching and learning facilities.
Explore Dookie - Agriculture
Explore our regional agricultural facilities at Dookie including the glasshouses, robotic dairy, winery and student accommodation.