Macquarie University is a place of learning, creativity and discovery; together with reflection and reconnection. The University isn’t just a place for students and staff – it’s open to the public and home to one of the largest sculpture gardens in the world, globally recognised by the International Directory of Sculpture Parks. There are specifically designed self-guided tours or you can contact one of the Art Gallery curators for a guided tour. You can also browse through one of the many museums and collections.
Over the coming months, we will provide more information on the Arboretum, Sydney Turpentine Ironbark Forest, a Learning Circle to honour the Darug people, cycling paths and facilities and gardens and walks.