Where to send your samples

The table below sets out an overview of our service areas and where to send your samples. Full address details are located at the bottom of the page. 

Where to send your samples by service

Node address

Where to send your samples by service


Service/application  State
Next-Gen Sequencing  Library Preparation        
DNA sequencing (Illumina)    
RNA sequencing (Illumina)      
Microarray Gene Expression Illumina array        
Diversity Profiling gDNA submission        
raw sample submission        
Genotyping  Array SNP        
Custom SNP        
Mouse speed congenics        
Fragment analysis

Fragment separation  
Cell line Identification        
DNA Methylation Whole genome        
Targeted sites      
DNA Extraction          

Whole Human
Genome Sequencing

Please send your samples to your local node
or drop off at one of our convenient locations
Sanger Sequencing 16s bacterial ID        

Please send your samples to your local node
or drop off at one of our convenient locations


*coming soon

Node address

All packages should be labelled 'Attention AGRF' and specifically what service type e.g. Next-Gen, Genotyping.

PO Box 285
Westmead NSW 2145

Level 5 Gehrmann Laboratories
University of Queensland Research Road
St Lucia QLD 4072

The Walter and Eliza Hall Institute of Medical Research
1G Royal Parade
Parkville VIC 3050

Plant Genomics Centre University of Adelaide
Hartley Grove, Waite Campus
Urrbrae SA 5064

Harry Perkins Institute for Medical Research
QEII Medical Centre QQ block
level 1 6 Verdun St
Nedlands WA 6009


Aboriginal mitogenome analysis shows 50,000 years of connection to country

16 March 2017

Genomic analysis of hair samples collected from Australian Aboriginals across the nation have indicated that cultural connection to country has existed for as many as 50,000 years. 

The Aboriginal Heritage Project, led by the University of Adelaide’s Australian Centre for Ancient DNA recently published their findings in the journal Nature (online 8th March 2017).  AGRF is proud to be associated with the work as part of an ARC linkage grant, with the AGRF’s Operations Manager Dr John Stephen as a Partner Investigator.

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