The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct is recognised as Australia’s, and one of the world’s, leading biomedical precincts delivering outstanding clinical care, education and world-class research.
The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct Office was established by the Victorian state government in late 2016 to drive economic development in the Precinct and strengthen its position as a world leader in biomedical research, development and innovation.
The Office has three key roles across strategic planning, advisory and promotion of the Precinct. It works collaboratively with a range of stakeholders and in 2017-18 will deliver a 20-Year Strategic Plan, as well as a Framework Plan for the Precinct (with Victorian Planning Authority).
766 Elizabeth Street,
Melbourne Vic 3000
About the Precinct
The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct is made up of 30 hospitals, research, teaching and biotechnology organisations largely collocated to the north of Melbourne’s CBD. The reach of the Precinct goes beyond geographical boundaries with collaborations and impact extending across Australia and internationally. Our biomedical capabilities are unparalleled in Australia and among the world’s best. Collectively the Precinct Partners employ around 28,000 people, including 10,000 researchers and contribute around A$3.6 billion to Victoria’s gross regional product.
Partnering with the Precinct
The Melbourne Biomedical Precinct represents an outstanding opportunity for investment, employment and learning. We want to partner with people who share our vision to create better health outcomes for people all around the world, at every stage in their lives and tackle the big health challenges facing our world.