UQ welcomes members of the public to visit four unique cultural spaces on the St Lucia campus.
The largest university collection of ethnographic material in Australia cares for cultural heritage of Australian Aboriginal and Pacific peoples and individuals from the late 19th to the present. Other smaller collections from South east Asia and east Africa are also featured.
RD Milns Antiquities Museum
The premier collection of classical Mediterranean relics and artefacts in Queensland, representing the profound impact that the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean have had upon the literature, art, politics, and society of our modern world.
UQ Art Museum
Queensland’s second-largest public art collection of works by Australian artists from the colonial era to the present, the Nat Yuen Collection of Chinese antiquities, and the only National Collection of Artists’ Self Portraits in Australia.
Fryer Library Collections
A rich store of rare books, manuscripts, theses, pictorial collections and architectural drawings, including an extensive Australian studies collection of published and unpublished material.