Access our facilities

Enquire now to make use of our instruments

Provide us with your project goals and requirements, and our staff will put together a tailored registration and training program to ensure that you can make the most of our facilities.

Access procedure


Consultation. After we receive your project enquiry, our staff will work with you to put together a viable project design, taking into account factors such as experimental scope, instrument requirements, and budget.


Activation. We will assist you in registering your project in our Access System, and will guide you through any ethical approvals necessary.


Induction. We will organise a bespoke training program specific to your needs, giving you autonomous access to our facilities to complete your project.*

Current users. Current users with active projects can proceed to our Access System to manage instrument bookings.*


*Please note that access to the Hybrid Theatre can only be gained by contacting Sydney Imaging staff directly. All activities in the Hybrid Theatre are supervised.

Access Grants

Did you know? If you are a University of Sydney researcher at postdoctoral level and above, you may be eligible for support through the Sydney Research Infrastructure Access Grants program (formerly 'Core Research Facilities User Access Scheme').

These grants support access to Core Research Facilities and Research Service Units for high-quality research by researchers whose opportunities may otherwise be limited. This program supports the University's strategic goals in research excellence and diversity and inclusion.

Download the grant guidelines (pdf, 660kB) for details.


Sydney Imaging

  • Brain and Mind Centre, 94 Mallet St, Camperdown, NSW 2006.
Sydney Imaging operates sites on and adjacent to the University of Sydney Camperdown campus at the Charles Perkins Centre and the Brain and Mind Centre, as well as at Royal North Shore Hospital and the Kolling Institute. Our headquarters are located at the Brain and Mind Centre.