Experience the rich Indigenous history of our ANU campus. Learn about the importance of Sullivan's Creek and Black Mountain, navigation across Country, bush foods and medicines, ceremony and tradition, and how local Aboriginal people managed their land. Ngunnawal Elder Wally Bell and Dave Johnston (BA (Hons) '89), Co-Founder of the ANU Indigenous Alumni Network and Australian Indigenous archaeologist, guide us on this unique tour.
The tour will meet at the Kambri Precinct Amphitheatre. Please wear comfortable footwear, bring a hat, drink bottle and sunscreen. This tour travels through a significant part of our large campus.
PLEASE NOTE: This is an in-person event held on the ANU campus in Canberra, Australia. To ensure a COVID safe event, there is a restriction on capacity and prior registration is mandatory. Please only register for this event if you plan to attend in person, and let the Alumni Relations team know as soon as possible if you are no longer able to attend.
It's that time of the year when the ANU alumni community comes together to connect, share and celebrate all the things we care about. This year, we have a week-long program of online and on-campus events to take our sense of community to the next level. So, no matter where you are in the world, we have something for you.
Explore our campus by taking heritage walks and sculpture tours. Connect with networks and attend insightful panel discussions. Watch a movie and enjoy family-friendly events.
Let's come together to celebrate our shared legacy, and all that we care about - our community, our University, our future.