ANU Open Day was a blast. Lots of sunshine and smiles as current and prospective ANU students, parents and staff came together to soak up the atmosphere and salute the arrival of Spring.
In between learning how to build your own flexible double degree, visiting the College booths to talk about courses and inspecting student accommodation, there was plenty of time for taking in some music, theatre, art and a bite to eat.
In fact Open Day was so good we didn’t want anyone to miss it. So we put together a tidy highlights reel to show you what happened.
Come and meet us
Really, ANU is open everyday. There’s always something happening on campus from film screenings, theatre shows, music showcases and art exhibits to lectures, debates, forums and sporting comps.
If you’re thinking about visiting us and want something a bit more structured, book a free tour. Or if you need course or admin advice, drop into Student Central on Walk-in Wednesdays.
ANU campus sits in the heart of Canberra city. So while you’re here, you can also check out some of the other great things to see and do in the Capital.
The National Film and Sound Archive is located on our campus, and from here you can walk to the National Museum of Australia and the Canberra Museum and Gallery.
If you’ve got a car or a bike, then head to Australian Parliament House, the War Memorial or the National Gallery of Australia.