We’ve invested heavily in world-class facilities to ensure the best equipment, laboratories and expertise are available to our staff, students and industry for research, learning and collaborations.

Our teaching and research spaces enable us to remain at the forefront of health education and advancements, including state-of-the-art research centres and clinics.

Some facilities are located at UQ’s St Lucia campus, while others are distributed on the Herston campus, our Dutton Park campus (previously PACE), and across hospital sites throughout South East Queensland.

Campuses and teaching locations

Explore our award-winning teaching spaces, both on and off-campus.

Within walking distance of the St Lucia campus, our Dutton Park Campus houses an ultramodern, purpose-built facility that is home to UQ's School of Pharmacy.
The University's main campus is equipped with state-of-the-art teaching and learning facilities, including exercise science laboratories, an aquatic centre, fitness centre, and eight athletic tracks.
Herston is UQ's core campus for clinical health teaching and research. Located alongside the Royal Brisbane Women's Hospital, students learn in the heart of a fast-paced clinical academic environment.
The award-winning Oral Health Centre, based at Herston Campus, is the largest and most advanced tertiary oral health facility within Australia, and home to the School of Dentistry.


The University of Queensland provides a variety of student-resourced, specialised healthcare and rehabilitation clinical services to the general public. These clinics provide our students with a unique learning opportunity, with access to state-of-the-art assessment equipment, tools and research, and hands-on supervision from qualified staff at all times.

Explore our specialised onsite clinics in audiology, dentistry, healthy ageing, nutrition, occupational therapy, psychology, physiotherapy, exercise physiology, and speech pathology.

Research facilities

The Faculty of Health and Behavioural Sciences has a number of world-class research centres where we set national benchmarks for integrated health and social research, producing graduates who are ready to lead the healthcare of the future.

Our research centres explore areas critical to healthcare and the behavioural sciences, including Indigenous health, youth substance abuse, and environmental health sciences.