The University of Western Australia, The most beautiful university campus in Australia according to legend

35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, WA, 6009
There are many vintage European-style buildings on the campus.
The campus is located beside the Swan Lake.
The campus is very large and the scenery is beautiful.
4.6

Introduction

The University of Western Australia is a well-known university located on the banks of the Swan River and is one of the eight five-star universities in Australia. Its natural scenery and classical architecture have been repeatedly rated as the most beautiful university in Australia. The campus of UWA is very open, without gates, and can be freely accessed at any time. On one side of the campus, Stirling Highway, there is an iconic building, Winthrop Hall, built in 1932, where important activities and graduation ceremonies are held every year. The art department not far from the campus is particularly interesting because there are several peacocks wandering freely on the campus, which is also a feature of UWA. The last building on the campus is the business school, which was completed and put into use in 2009 and belongs to the modern architectural style. The University of Western Australia covers an area of ​​65 hectares. Even if you walk all the way to the end, it takes more than 20 minutes, and the transportation on the side of the business school at the end of the campus is not very convenient. It is recommended to end the journey at Guild Village midway when the visiting time is limited.

Must-go rating

Worth going
100%

Transportation

67%
Self-driving
Free parking
Expensive parking fees
33%
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Address
35 Stirling Hwy, Crawley, WA, 6009
Transportation
Take bus 78, 79, 23, 102 or 107 at Perth Bus Station and get off at UWA Station. The journey takes about 10 minutes.