B&G is a multicultural Hall, with people from all over Australia and all over the world, studying different degrees and at various stages of their studies. The cultural diversity of B&G allows its residents to experience deep and meaningful relationships. We have a focus on the arts, sports, academic and positive community spirit.
B&G is a place where you can learn to be your authentic self and you will be respected and valued for the person you are. People who are keen to be the best versions of themselves, be respectful and appreciative of difference, be a positive contributor to teh local and larger community and treat every person at the college with the dignity they deserve will find a home at B&G.
B&G has 512 single rooms and several larger rooms accessible to returning students.
- Initially, Burton & Garran Hall were separate residences
- Both established since 1965, combined in 1983
- Burton Hall was named after Professor Herbert 'Joe' Burton CBE (1900-1983)
- Garran Hall was named after Sir Robert Randolph Garran (1867-1957)
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