General Enquiries

General Enquiries

For general enquiries, where to find us, reception, deliveries and media requests please see below.

  • Department enquiries

    The Department of Anatomy and Physiology is located in the Medical Building and the Kenneth Myer Building (Melbourne Brain Centre) at the University of Melbourne.

    Opening hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday


    Enquiries: +61 3 9035 6704
    Opening hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday

    Email enquiries


  • Our location

    Reception and deliveries

    Enquiries: +61 3 8344 5820
    Opening hours: 9.00am - 5.00pm Monday to Friday

    Level 2, West Wing, Medical Building 181
    (Corner of Grattan St and Royal Pde)
    The University of Melbourne
    Parkville, Victoria, 3010 Australia

    Mailing address

    Department of Anatomy and Physiology
    The University of Melbourne
    Melbourne, Victoria, 3010 Australia

  • How to get here


    Train travellers alight at Melbourne Central station, exiting via the Swanston Street exit. Any tram on Swanston Street heading North-West named "University" will arrive at the University’s "tram super stop".


    The following tram routes will take you to the University of Melbourne:
    Swanston Street

    • 01 East Coburg—South Melbourne Beach
    • 03 Melbourne University—East Malvern
    • 05 Melbourne University—Malvern
    • 06 Melbourne University—Glen Iris
    • 08 Moreland—Toorak
    • 16 Melbourne University—Kew via St Kilda Beach
    • 64 Melbourne University—East Brighton
    • 67 Melbourne University—Carnegie
    • 72 Melbourne University—Camberwell

    Elizabeth Street/Royal Parade

    • 19 North Coburg—City Elizabeth St
  • Driving

    If travelling by car, enter the University via Swanston Street or Royal Parade. Due to the limited amount of public car parking available, it is highly recommended to travel by public transport whenever possible. Further parking information here.

  • Media and communications

    General enquiries:

    • Michelle Kelso, School Marketing, Communications and Events Manager
  • Alumni services
  • Making a gift, donation or bequest

    We are grateful for the many ways in which our alumni and donors support the work of the Faculty: financial donations that support students, research programs or new academic frontiers and the many valuable gifts of books, photographs and memorabilia which continue to enrich our faculty's museums.
    Visit the Giving webpage.