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.
Burton and Garran Hall 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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