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University of W.A.
35 Stirling Hwy Crawley WA 6009
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Geological Museum - The E. de C. Clarke

The Museum is located in the picturesque grounds of the University of Western Australia, near Winthrop Hall. It was named in 1963 in honour of Edward de Courcy Clarke, the second Professor of Geology at the University. Step back in time as you pass through an "Eocene Grove" at the entrance of the Museum. This garden consists entirely of plant varieties known to have flourished in Australia 38-55 million years ago. As you enter the Museum you will be transported even further back in time to the birth of our planet some 4,600 million years ago.

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Many museums around Australia rely on volunteers, grants and donations to ensure their survival. If you're able to help the Geological Museum - The E. de C. Clarke in this way, why not get in touch and offer your assistance?

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