Aerial view of CMAR’s Hobart site.

CMAR Locations

The Marine and Atmospheric Research Division is located in five states with headquarters located in Hobart.

CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research

Brisbane: Ecosciences Precinct, Dutton Park, Qld

The Ecosciences Precinct supports CSIRO's ongoing commitment to research and development in promoting industry profitability, managing Australia's unique ecosystems, adapting to climate change, ensuring biosecurity and improving human health.

Canberra: Black Mountain, ACT (Black Mountain laboratories)

CSIRO’s Black Mountain laboratories are the central research facilities of CSIRO Plant Industry, CSIRO Ecosystem Sciences and CSIRO Land and Water.

Cape Grim, Tas (Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station)

The Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station in north-west Tasmania supplies vital information about changes to the atmospheric composition of the Southern Hemisphere. The Cape Grim Baseline Air Pollution Station supplies vital information about changes our Southern Hemisphere air.

Hobart, Tas (Hobart laboratories)

CSIRO's Hobart laboratories provide research into sustainable marine resources and industries, climate, weather and ocean prediction, integrated coastal and oceans management as well as health and sustainable energy use.

Melbourne: Aspendale, Vic (Aspendale laboratories)

CSIRO’s Aspendale laboratories undertake research into the atmospheric environment, including atmospheric pollution and the prediction of climate, weather and ocean processes.

Perth: Floreat, WA (Centre for Environment and Life Sciences (CELS))

The Centre for Environment and Life Sciences draws together the capabilities of seven CSIRO research areas to provide solutions to environmental management problems and to improve the health of Australians.