Vernon-Roberts Museum

The Vernon-Roberts Museum houses South Australia's most extensive collection of human disease examples and detailed anatomical prosections.

The museum was designed as a unique teaching space for the Faculty of Health & Medical Sciences as well as a showcase for the extensive collections. At any given time, approximately 400 (of over 2,000) potted specimens are on display.

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Project overview

  • Location: Ground floor, Helen Mayo South, Frome Road. 
  • Size: 103 m2
  • Completed: June 2019
  • Architect: Design Inc.

Features

  • Extensive display areas for unique collections
  • Incorporation of display areas into main walkway, enhancing collection reach and exposure
  • Functional teaching space.

This project was part of the redevelopment of Helen Mayo North and Helen Mayo South.