Our Facilities

Our Main Building: ANZAC 1

The Institute's state-of-the-art building creates a bright and pleasant working environment that aims to integrate work and social interaction researchers. The innovative design uses modular and flexible elements for economy and efficiency in a modern biological sciences laboratory. Our design featured at industry seminars and has been adopted for redevelopment of the University of Sydney's Medical Foundation building. All the Institute's efforts aim to obtain similar recognition in leadership and innovation.

The building covers 2100 m2 and includes an office block, animal facility and laboratory block. The office block includes research student and scientist carrels each fitted with data ports, library/reading room with hot-desk computers, all standard office and communications facilities and staff room with full kitchen facilities opening onto a courtyard with barbeque facilities.



The ANZAC Research Institute (ANZAC 1) building.


The Bernie Banton Centre - Level 2: ANZAC 2

A major milestone in January 2009 was the opening the Bernie Banton Centre. Located next door to the ANZAC 1 building, the Bernie Banton Centre houses an extension to the ANZAC Research Institute on the upper floor (ANZAC 2). The upper floor contains a meeting room, dry lab office area and wet laboratories. The ANZAC shares this building with the Asbestos Disease Research Institute (ADRI), who occupy the ground floor.



The ANZAC (ANZAC 2) space.


Concord Building 4: ANZAC 3

The ANZAC Research Institute has also expanded into an office area and wet laboratory space in building 4 on the Concord Hospital campus. This area is labelled ANZAC 3. With the increase of space, multiple research groups now take advantage of these added facilities.



The Concord Hospital campus.