The Bruce Hall Packard Wing provides studios with individual kitchens and bathrooms for graduate and later year undergraduate students.
The Packard Wing was named in honour of Bill Packard OAM, the founding Warden of Bruce Hall (1961-1986). Bill was instrumental in shaping the Hall's culture, developed Inward Bound, the University's premier inter-hall event and continues to support the Hall's activities to this day.
The Packard Wing provides 66 single rooms and 12 double rooms for couples. Each room has a single or double bed, wardrobe, desk, chair, fridge, kitchenette and bathroom facilities. The rooms are centrally heated and carpeted.
Rooms in The Packard Wing are self-catered and cooking facilities (sink, microwave, bench top oven/hot plate and bar fridge) are provided in room.