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Visting the museum

Visiting the Museum

Currently, the Berndt Museum does not have a permanent exhibition or display space that is open to the public.

However, we welcome visits from Indigenous and descendant communities, artists, students and researchers by appointment. As we are a small team, we recommend getting in touch about a visit at least 6–8 weeks in advance.


Office hours
Deliveries: Monday – Thursday, 9am–4pm
Visitors: By appointment

+61 8 6488 2854

[email protected]

The University of Western Australia
35 Stirling Highway (cnr Fairway)
Perth, Western Australia

Postal Address
35 Stirling Highway
Perth, Western Australia

Getting here

The Museum is part of UWA’s Crawley campus on the corner of Stirling Highway and Fairway.

Located within the Dr Harold Schenberg Art Centre, underneath Lawrence Wilson Art Gallery
Fairway entrance number 1
Enter via Carpark 52 (formerly Carpark 20)

View the campus map 


Visitor parking is available in Carpark 52. Take Fairway entrance number 1 to enter and follow it to the left. Take a right into the second carpark.

Bus routes
Multiple bus routes service the Crawley campus, including the 23, 97, 950, 995, 999/998 circle route and free Purple Cat Bus. Visit the Transperth website for more.

Access the collection

To access our collection please complete the Access Request Form online. If you would like more information about what is held in the Museum's collections or access protocols, please get in touch.

We recommend getting in touch at least 6–8 weeks in advance when organising a collection visit.

Download the PDF version if you wish to submit an access request via post or email.

Access Request Form [PDF File, 102KB]

Berndt Field Notes Archive

If you are interested in accessing the Berndts' field notes, please fill out the below form to arrange an initial conversation. We recommend reviewing our access protocols around the field notes, and detailed list of locations visited by the anthropologists before making a request.

More about the Berndt Museum

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