Tours

A tour of our site in Sydney’s Darlinghurst will give you the chance to see Garvan’s state-of-the-art scientific facilities first hand, and learn how technology is enabling medical research to progress at an increasingly rapid rate.

Tours are open to the general public, but bookings are essential.

Tour times and dates in 2018

Tours start at 10am and run for approximately 1.5 hours, including coffee or tea. They are held multiple times throughout the month with a maximum of 15 participants per tour. Our tours are free of charge, however, a gold coin donation is always appreciated.

If you are enquiring on behalf of a probus group or club please contact Julia Kiss (contacts below) directly to organize a free private tour.

 

January

Monday the 22nd of January

Thursday the 25th of January

February

Thursday the 8th of February

Tuesday the 20th of February

Wednesday the 21st of February

March

Monday the 5th of March

Wednesday the 14th of March

Monday the 19th of March

April

Monday the 9th of April

Wednesday the 11th of April

Monday the 23rd of April

Thursday the 26th of April

May

Tuesday the 8th of May

Thursday the 10th of May

Monday the 21st of May

Thursday the 24th of May

June

Monday the 4th of June

Tuesday the 19th of June

Thursday the 21st of June

July

Monday the 2nd of July

Wednesday the 4th of July

Tuesday the 24th of July

August

Tuesday the 7th of August

Monday the 20th of August

Tuesday the 28th of August

Thursday the 30th of August

September

Monday the 3rd of September

Wednesday the 5th of September

October

Tuesday the 16th of October

Thursday the 18th of October

Wednesday the 31st of October

November

Tuesday the 13th of November

Monday the 26th of November

Thursday the 29th of November

December

Monday the 10th of December

Julia Kiss

Interested in coming on a tour?

Please contact Julia Kiss, Public Engagement Officer at the Garvan Institute of Medical Research. Note that our tour dates do fill quickly, so we have to operate on a first in, first served basis.

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