Special augmented reality tours will give people an opportunity to see Westmead Hospital like they've never seen it before this month.
The special tours will be the first hospital tours of their kind in Australia and will take place on November 17 and November 24 in celebration of the hospital's 45th birthday.
Augmented Reality - or AR, allows digital visual elements to be displayed onto the physical environment.
The exclusive tours will showcase the history of Westmead Hospital through archival footage, documents, photographs and written historical information. They will also feature interactive design constructions of operating tables and other medical tools.
Western Sydney Local Health District chief executive, Graeme Loy said the tours offered a rare opportunity to celebrate the hospital's past, present and future.
"Westmead Hospital is a cornerstone of the western Sydney community and we are honoured to celebrate the legacy of the service and care of our staff over the past 45 years," Mr Loy said.
Westmead Hospital general manager, Jenelle Matic said tours will be hosted by expert guides and will include access to areas of the hospital the general public would not normally get to see.
"This hospital has so many spectacular achievements and stories to its name, and we are a part of so many families, from births to significant moments, and this is a wonderful way to experience it all and celebrate what is to come," Ms Matic said.
The tour is free and numerous sessions are available on each day. For more information or to register click here.
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