Edward de Courcy Clarke Earth Science Museum

Edward de Courcy Clarke Earth Science Museum

Our Museum draws on the experience of the University's geology and geography staff and students and a collection of more than 160,000 minerals, rocks, fossils and meteorites to stimulate knowledge and interest in earth sciences.

  • Eocene and jurassic gardens
  • Book a school tour

The Museum is part of the School of Earth and Environment.

The Museum offers a simple and interactive way for visitors of all ages to discover and explore earth sciences.

More than a thousand school students are treated each year to rare experiences such as touching a meteorite, creating their own (non-destructive) earthquake and handling some of Western Australia’s unusual minerals.

  • Entry: Free
  • Location: UWA Crawley Campus
  • Opening hours: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 9.30am to 5pm; Saturday 2pm to 5pm
  • Researchers: open by appointment

Edward de Courcy Clarke Earth Science Museum

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