The pharmaceutical facilities at UQ Dutton Park (previously known as The Pharmacy Australia Centre of Excellence) are the primary teaching location for students studying Pharmacy at The University of Queensland.

The $100m precinct was completed in December 2009. The PACE concept was jointly developed by The University and the whole profession in 2000, and creates a leading facility for pharmaceutical research, education and commercialisation.

These facilities aim to create a unique health and medical precinct, with a particular focus on pharmacy and pharmaceutical science.

The project has the support of the Queensland State Government, which has donated land for the project on a site adjoining the Princess Alexandra Hospital.