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Macleay Museum

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The Macleay Museum is a natural history museum that serves to educate and promote Australian history, demography, scientific instruments and historical photography.

Macleay Museum

The exhibits here include more than half a million insect specimens and items of importance to indigenous inhabitants of Australia and the Pacific region. Found on the main campus of the University of Sydney, the Macleay Museum is named after William Sharp Macleay and his family who were committed to scientific knowledge, collections and museums.

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.

Macleay Museum

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.

 
 

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