The Postgraduate Village at Burgmann College was completed in 2004 and features some of the most modern and comfortable accommodation on campus. It accommodates 120 self-catered places for postgraduate and Honours students in a village street setting. It blends the best of collegiate values in a contemporary way and is located in a splendid bush and parkland setting on campus.
The Burgmann Postgraduate Village is a vibrant community of postgraduate residents in a stunning corner of the ANU campus. It is next to Lake Burley Griffin, and has National Botanic Gardens as its backyard. The Village has six buildings (called blocks) and sits at the rear of the College site, with everything on campus a short walk or bike ride away. The 'street' running through the centre of the Village is a place to meet or hold social events during the warmer months.
- Completed in 2004
- Named after the former Anglican Bishop of Canberra and Goulburn Ernest Henry Burgmann
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