UWA brings together heritage architecture and state-of-the-art teaching and research facilities to provide you with an ideal learning environment.
As a student, you can enjoy a range of recreational amenities and modern facilities, including lecture and performance theatres, tutorial spaces, studios, laboratories and more, to ensure you feel inspired to pursue your personal interests and career goals while studying.
Take a peek at our facilities
Barry J Marshall Library
This library is UWA's hub for science students and researchers. Named after the University's Nobel Prize-winning professor, it has soundproofed study rooms, multimedia suites and a café on site.
Guild Village (Koort Kwoba Dandjoo)
The Guild Village is a hive of activity where you'll find food outlets, bookshops, a print shop, banking facilities, hairdresser, travel agent, medical centre and other useful student amenities. Market day is held twice a week, where vendors sell a range of goods including clothing, jewellery, books, trinkets and more.
Home to the School of Molecular Sciences, this five-storey building is a thriving centre for world-class research, with advanced labs on every level. It's also the largest building on the UWA campus and features an impressive DNA double helix design.
The UWA Business School educates tomorrow's leaders in a $50 million contemporary building, overlooking the Swan River.
Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery (LWAG)
LWAG was the first art museum built at an Australian university and is regarded as one of the finest university galleries in Australia. The gallery presents a diverse exhibition program each year, including works from The University of Western Australia Art Collection, historical and contemporary art as well as travelling exhibitions.
With more than a million books, UWA's newly renovated Reid Library is the largest academic library in Western Australia. Recent works doubled the number of collaborative student spaces and improved the facilities, technology and access available, as well as delivering a brand new café. If you can't find what you're looking for here, there are other specialist subject libraries around campus, including for law, music and more.
The University has swimming pools, tennis and squash courts and numerous social sports, clubs and outdoor programs including stand up paddle boarding, rock climbing and other environment-driven experiences.